A LOOK Back: Halloween 1952

Students in Mrs. Dome’s kindergarten class dress up for Halloween in 1952. The children are decked out in costumes of basic characters—rabbits, clowns, devils, cowboys, cats, and a pig, in the classroom which was located behind Mrs. Dome’s house at 403 College Circle. Although the street and the house are no longer there, and costume choices have evolved over the years, these Edmond children enjoyed celebrating Halloween by dressing up and trick-or-treating, which became popular across the U.S. in the 1930’s. Photo provided by Edmond History Museum.

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