National Geographic : 1939 Jun
Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams SHABBY HER CLOTHES, BUT FAT HER GOOSE Fondly a woman of Kos6w clings to the plump bird that will make a savory holiday feast for her husband and children. She wears a sheepskin coat with the natural wool for lining, a wrap-around skirt, and a scarf tied around her head. Photograph byDorothy Hosmer A POLISH PACK TRAINCARRIES CASKS OFSHEEP SMILK CHEESE Two Huculs lead their ponies down from upland meadows tomarket atZabie. These people bake no bread; diet staples aresoft cheese, cornmeal mush, and inch-thick potato cake withacornmeal crust.