Happy Halloween Everyone! Vintage Photo Tuesday this week is in the spirit of all things Halloween.
What happens when 2 clowns come to a Halloween Party? They clown around!
The littlest Boxer.
Taking a break from all the party fun-1955.
Children at a Halloween party at Highlands Community Hall in 1948 (Edmonton, Canada).
Bobbing for apples is a must at a Halloween Party. -1949-
Snap Apple-an apple is suspended from a string and the players try to take a bite.
Rum and Coke! Such creative costumes. -1954-
Continuing with alcohol as a costume. It’s an Molson Export (A Canadian Beer)! Inuvik, 28 October 1961. Audrey Wark (school teacher) at Halloween party in the single staff quarters.
Inuvik, 28 October 1961. Lorna and Lee Post (Northern Affairs Administrator) at a Halloween party in the single staff quarters.
1935 Trick or Treating.
Side Fact: Halloween in Canada-Largely considered a holiday for children, Scottish and Irish immigrants brought Halloween to Canada in the 1800s. As a non-religious, non-ethnic, and non-political holiday Halloween quickly became popular (Source).
Have a wonderful Halloween Friends!
Before you go make sure you check out PART 1 of this series for more Halloween Vintage Photos.