Gallery view

1954

Halpern, Joel Martin

Barbara Halpern leads sheep down Aran?jelovac main street

Serbia - Barbara Halpern, left, with Deda, right, guide sheep for sale along main street with tracks of manure. Man on left has evidently bought a vent pipe for his stove at a government shop.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Trading clothes at Belgrade market

Serbia - Another view of Barbara Halpern trading some of her clothing for peasant costume parts at Najlon pijaca, Belgrade.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Barbara Halpern at Belgrade market

Serbia - Barbara Halpern (in center) buys costume parts for the American Museum of Natural History in New York from women from Vojvodina.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Market day, Pe?

Serbia - Barbara Halpern (with back to camera) bargains for peasant costume with Muslim gypsy in women's section of village market.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Barbara Halpern trading clothes at Belgrade market

Serbia - Barbara Halpern trades some of her clothing for peasant costume parts at Najlon pijaca, Belgrade.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953 Nov. 4

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Field notes (pages 139-141) by Joel Halpern about Serbia. These notes were typed in Belgrade, Serbia and describe a trip to the market in Aran?elovac, Serbia during Halpern's study of the village of Oras?ac, Serbia. The notes describe the process of purchasing a piglet and the livestock market. Also includes descriptions of Barbara Halpern's shopping for other goods at ... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Men watching clothing trade at Belgrade market

Serbia - Men look on as Barbara Halpern trades clothing at Belgrade market.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953 Oct. 24 – 1953 Oct. 29

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern and Barbara Kerewsky Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Field notes (pages 118-137) from the village of Oras?ac, Serbia. These notes include detailed descriptions of two different wedding ceremonies, a ceremony in a cemetery to remember a woman who had died the previous year and the Slava ceremonies of a number of families in Oras?ac. There is also a discussion of attitudes towards sex, prostitution, adultery and abortions w... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers