National Geographic : 1938 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A FINNISH LASS KEEPS AN AYRSHIRE BULL AT BAY Only in southern Finland are imported dairy strains common. Finnish cattle, of a breed native to the Baltic area, greatly outnumber all others. Half the farm land is given over to the dairy industry. One tenth of the Nation's exports are milk products., SNational Geographic Society Kodachrome Photographs by Dr. Konstantin J. Kostich ICE CREAM PATTIES COMPETE WITH CONES IN FINLAND Thin, cup-shaped containers of pastry, heaped high with " vanilla " or " strawberry " are popular. The proprietress sets up her spotless stand near a Helsinki suburban railroad station.