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What Halloween Was Like the Year You Were Born

Embed from Getty Images This is nice: a “year you were born” timeline that actually goes that far back. Look at how Halloween was celebrated from 1916 to 2016, with an image and a blurb about each year. There are costumes, customs, decorations, games, movies, world events, and more. The magazine shown here is from 1924, when Halloween parties kept children from mischief, before the rise of trick-or-treating as we know it.
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