National Geographic : 1919 Aug
t1I Both the men and women of this little war-torn country wear linen smocks spun, woven and madeinto garments athome. Over this garment the men wear gayly colored waistcoats and the women short velvet jackets decorated withmuch embroidery. Another feature of the feminine dress is the two gaudy aprons worn tied over the white linen skirt. This little old lady, who hasstopped herlabors fora moment and smiles up from before her crude loom, is creating the family's supply of white cloth.