National Geographic : 1937 Jun
TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY-THAT IS HER QUESTION Typically Breton is this venerable shopper of Guerande, with her little flat coif and big umbrella. Brittany's ancient Celtic language, allied to the Welsh and Cornish tongues, is still spoken in many places. Photographs byF.W. Goru FINDING A PLACE INTHE SUN, MADAME STOPS TO KNIT Rain or shine, the women seem always tokeep their coifs spotless. Ithas been estimated that more than 1,000 different styles are worn inBrittany. Many women can tell where a stranger hails from byglancing ather headdress.