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DRESSED FOR THRILLS

10/31/2009

Phyllis Galembo’s DRESSED FOR THRILLS – a photographic history of Halloween costumes:

01

Phyllis Galembo, Two-Tone Mask, c. 19th-Century

02

Phyllis Galembo, Evil Bunny, c. 1930’s, waxed, painted buckram with cotton tie

03

Phyllis Galembo, Rag Doll, c. 1940’s cotton mask with acrylic yarn, cotton dress and separate leggings. Yankiboy Play Clothes, manufactured NYC

04

Phyllis Galembo, Mickey, c. 1930, cotton mask with gauze face, cotton-twill four-finger gloves

05

Phyllis Galembo, Snow White, 1950’s, manufactured by Ben Cooper

06

Phyllis Galembo, Hep Cats, early 1950’s, rayon jumpsuits, plastic mask (one with bells), manufactured by Ben Cooper

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. sjwinston permalink
    11/01/2009 02:42

    wow. really cool.

  2. pavloskaralis permalink
    11/01/2009 21:02

    If a kid rang my door dressed as that little orphan annie Id spray them with a hose

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