National Geographic : 1938 Nov
AN AMERICAN GIRL CYCLES ACROSS ROMANIA Photograph by Dorothy Hosmer UNMARRIED SAXON GIRLS WEAR HIGH HATS-AND HIGH HOPES! Voluminous skirts of intricate needlework, with black-velvet trimmings and large fancy silk or satin kerchiefs fastened at the waist, are seen on Sunday on the cobbled streets of Cisnadiora. Photograph by Baron Albert Kaas WATER BUFFALOES, PULLING A LOAD OF STRAW, LEND A TOUCH OF THE ORIENT In this southeastern European borderland, many times invaded, the influence of Eastern customs is often seen. Water buffaloes, originally from India, are still used in some rural sections of Romania, both as beasts of burden and as sources of meat and milk (page 579).