National Geographic : 1937 Apr
FOR EACH STEADY CUSTOMER, A PRIVATE MUG In a special cupboard of this Salzburg beer parlor, the proprietor keeps the favorite steins of his best patrons. Some have silver or pewter covers and are embellished with German sayings like: "If you drink, you die. If you don't drink, you die. So drink!" Photograph byHelga Ulassner FUR HATS AND HANDMADE DRESSES, FOR THE BAND CONCERT Seldom made now, such festival costumes often represent alifetime's work. Adorning the fronts are gay flowers, carved bone pins, and heavy silver neck laces. These ladies of Salzburg hold big, brightly colored "rain-roofs" (um brellas), and market baskets inwhich they may carry home live chickens orgeese.