National Geographic : 1932 Jun
RAINBOW HUES FROM HUNGARY THE WELL IS A SOCIAL CENTER FOR COWBOYS OF THE PUSZTA Proud, fearless, self-respecting men, they spend their days and nights tending the enormous herds of horses, cattle and sheep which graze on the wind-swept plains. Their cloaks are of unshorn sheepskin or heavy felt. Garments of the latter type are gaily decorated with embroidery and colored braids. The sleeves are sewed up at the wrist and used as pockets. lOnal TeuCgrapnl o ciCty natuia l .Uu X lutlauglap uy rlaiia iaauc. MAIDS OF MARKO DRESSED FOR CHURCH Sunday services provide country folk with an opportunity to visit friends and display their fine raiment.