National Geographic : 1934 Apr
IU)National Ueograpnic society READY FOR A PEASANT'S SATURDAY NIGHT Don Juans of rural Transylvania, having finished their farm work for the day, don holiday attire. The one at the right wears an unusually fine black coat slung loosely across his shoulders, as is often the custom. Cockades of flowers add a touch of jauntiness. Natural Color inotograpns Dywineim looien EVEN THE BLACK SHEEP HAS ITS DAY The girl at the upper right istransferring from distaff tospindle natural black wool for somber garments, such asthe apron ofher friend in the foreground. A Roman design, probably aheritage from early colonists, adorns the white underskirt ofthe spinner atthe left.