National Geographic : 1935 Apr
A SUNDAY IN MEZOKOVESD 503 MORE THE FIDDLERS, MERRIER THE WEDDING' Wandering Gypsy entertainers attune their music to the mood of the occasion. When not quick and fiery, it is filled with sadness and melancholy. The scroll of the contrabass serves as a convenient hat-tree. Photographs by A. W. Cutler THE LAST STAGE IN THE MAKING OF CLOTH FOR A MAN'S TROUSERS This work is done by individual families, not by a firm or company. The weaver moves the vertical frames up and down with her right foot and passes the bobbin of thread from right to left and left to right-a rather complicated affair. The long lever in the upper right releases the warp as desired; the four-handled spool winds up the finished cloth. In winter the loom is moved indoors.