National Geographic : 1934 Jul
COUNTRY-HOUSE LIFE IN SWEDEN Photograph by G. Heurlin THE "SUNDAY BEST" OF RATTVIK AFFORDS A PAGEANT OF HISTORY The author found that at her aunt's house custom decreed the wearing of sober garments when the family went on an errand of piety (see text, page 26). Photograph by Knud Sorensen THIS CHAPEL WAS NONE TOO LARGE FOR OCCUPANTS OF LACKO AND THEIR RETINUE "Kingdoms in miniature" were the large country estates of Sweden. With private chapels, tenants' dwellings, fowl runs, dairies, looms, and gardens, they were sufficient unto themselves. Now the old order is passing.