As you can probably tell just by our last few OOM posts, we really get into the Halloween spirit here at Scholastic. That made me think that we've probably always been quick to embrace the creepy and spooky. So, this week, Deimosa and I ventured down into the Archive to look through our old classroom magazines.
In the card catalog, we checked out the cards under the categories "holidays" and "Halloween" for a few of our magazines. We found some great things!
The Scholastic, October 13, 1923
A one-act Halloween play written for high schoolers
Scholastic Newstime (now Scholastic News), October 27, 1969
An article about trick-or-treating for UNICEF
Dynamite, Vol. 1, No. 4, October 1977
Fun puzzle games from Count Morbida
Junior Scholastic, Vol. 92, No. 4, October 20, 1988
A graph showing the breakdown of Halloween costumes sales
Junior Scholastic, Vol. 59, No. 7, October 28, 1966
A photo of kids trick-or-treating for UNICEF
Special thanks to Librarian Deimosa Webber-Bey for her ongoing help with this series!