National Geographic : 1932 Aug
Photograph by Georg Gr. Paskoff A SOUTH BULGARIA TOBACCO FIELD Tobacco is one of Bulgaria's chief products, its value sometimes rep resenting two-fifths of the total value of the country's exports. Each variety bears the name of a locality from which it comes, but it is later grouped with tobacco from Greece and Anatolia as "Oriental" or "Turkish." Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams A SUCKLING PIG FOR SALE INASOFIA STREET On market day peasants invade the capital, where modern Western dress is the rule. But Sofia and other Bulgarian towns have large covered mar kets. Such homemade rawhide footwear isbeing supplanted byrubber sandals made by machineryinBulgaria.