Halpern, Joel Martin
Serbia - Urban men browse clothing for sale at the "Najlon" pijaca (market) in Belgrade.
Joel M. Halpern Papers
1953 May 1
Serbia - Another view of cilims (carpets) spread out on wooden trestle table at Belgrade market. By dress, these merchants they appear to be workers rather than peasants.
Serbia - Second hand household items for sale, (sewing machine, clothes wardrobe, etc.). In foreground, boy and girl each hold loaf of bread to take home.
Serbia - Another view of Barbara Halpern trading some of her clothing for peasant costume parts at Najlon pijaca, Belgrade.
Serbia - Barbara Halpern (in center) buys costume parts for the American Museum of Natural History in New York from women from Vojvodina.
Serbia - Gypsy woman (on left) standing with Slovak woman from Vojvodina (Stara Pazova) at Belgrade market, where both appear to be selling women's shoes.
Serbia - Women from Vojvodina at Belgrade market wear pleated skirts, kerchiefs (indicating they are married), woolen (sheepskin) vests and scarves.
Serbia - Gypsies sell used clothing at peasant market in Belgrade.
Serbia - Barrels for sale at market in Aran?jelovac.
Serbia - Women prepare to leave market.