National Geographic : 1938 Oct
FINLAND: LAND OF SKY-BLUE LAKES FINLAND FOSTERS FLAXEN TRESSES AND WILD STRAWBERRIES Rural boys and girls in this north European republic, northeast of the Baltic Sea, sell fruit at railroad stations and steamboat docks. Cranberries and blueberries also grow wild in abundance. V~ iNational tCeographtc Society Kodachrome Photographs by Dr. Konstantin J. Kostich BETTERR DO THE POLKA IN THIS FINERY: WE CAN FOX TROT TONIGHT" Groups of young people in Helsinki, Finland's capital, perpetuate folk dances at the Outdoor Museum. where a collection of national costumes is preserved. But modern steps are popular evenings.