National Geographic : 1940 Feb
©Suomen-Matkat by Pientinen DAUGHTER SPINS, MOTHER WEAVES, FATHER READS, AND BABY PLAYS OF AN EVENING INAFRUGAL FINNISH HOUSEHOLD This scene in a Karjalohja home could be duplicated nearly anywhere in Finland's interior. The girl is spinningwool yarn from which her mother makes rugs on the old-fashioned loom. Overhead, large doughnut-shaped loaves of bread are strung on a pole. As the Finns retired before Soviet advances they burned many such country homes in the path of the invader.