National Geographic : 1938 Jun
"SIMPLE BEAUTY AND RUSTIC HEALTH" Only the scarf about the head of the Polish country maiden fails to fit Whit tier's description of Maud Muller. On a summer's day she "raked the meadow sweet with hay" on a farm near Wilno. If she is selected as the queen of the village at the fall harvest festival, a wreath of flowers will replace the kerchief. rnotograpns vjan nuinaK ANOTHER COPERNICUS OR PADEREWSKI? Laughing eyes, freckledface, and aheritage ofathousand years ofculture belong to this boy. If hecares little for astronomy ormusic, hemay turn to Kosciuszko or Pilsudski for military heroes; Joseph Conrad orSienkiewicz, author of Quo Vadis, forliterary models, and Madame Marie Curie forscience.