You always know when Fall has arrived at Disneyland because the first thing you see after making your way onto Main Street is a giant Mickey pumpkin. Never mind the orange and yellow bunting or the hundreds of hilarious jack-o-lanterns. They all pale in comparison. In a strange way, the great Mickey pumpkin sort of replaces the castle as the primary point of focus.
More than 400 flickering candles create a ghostly glow on the façade of the Haunted Mansion. Each night, more than 100 jack-o-lanterns shine their ghoulish light.
Nabisco candies trade ad, 1970s
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Mt. Royal Hotel
East Mt. Royal Avenue and North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland
1929 (top), 1931 (bottom)
8x10 inch negative
Subject Vertical File (Baltimore - Hotels)
Maryland Historical Society
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Google Maps Street View of the hotel today (now apartments):