National Geographic : 1938 Aug
U iNantonal ueograptnc society Finlay Photograph by W. Robert Moore SHEEPSKIN COATS ARE REVERSIBLE: LEATHER SIDE OUT IN DRY WEATHER, WOOLLYSIDE OUT WHEN IT RAINS After the breakup of a parade in Jasina, participants pause to chat. There has been a shower; some stillcarry umbrellas and wear their coats inside out. High-heeled slippers contrast with the rest of the apparel of the woman at the right, and with the pointed moccasins ofhercompanion (Plate XXI). Immediately after the World War, America sent food to the starving Ruthenes. "I helped distribute it," awoman said. "We gave them cocoa. They didn't know it was food. We found them mixing it with water to paint base strips around their whitewashed houses."