My grandfather, Sig Levy, had quite a comedic side to him that I don’t know that I ever saw. But here’s some photos to prove it!
Sig Levy – front row, middle
I looked through my dad’s baby book hoping to find some photos of him dressed up for Halloween. I bet one day I’ll run across some but for now, I’ll have to settle for this photo of he and Mom dressed up for some occasion.
Gerry (Martin) and Gordon Levy
I found lots of photos of Halloween costumes with my sister in the Family Photo Album – you can some of them here and here.
Here’s a cute one that didn’t make it into the Family Photo Album since the album ended at my brother’s birth. But here is an awfully cute little pilgrim!
Even my husband and I got into the act in 1979 – what a stud! I might have to sleep in the guest room tonight after sharing this!
Of course the kids then became the star attractions. Here’s a few of them growing up.
1977 – I made the costume!
Later that year we went to the Dickens Fair in San Francisco. While not Halloween, we did decide to dress in character that year for some extra fun. Little sister stayed home.
In 1979 Daughter #1 decided she would take after Mom and Auntie and be a cheerleader. And she will be happy to know that while not an “E Box”, she started that tradition early with an “E” on her sweater!
Now the pictures start getting a little more scarce (I’m sure I’ll come up with them some day) and a little out of order but I think I have the majority of them right.
Hope the cat doesn’t eat the mouse!
Butterfly and Princess
Baby and Ballerina
Clown - 1988
Punk rocker and Mrs. Baker - 1988
Hope you have a safe Halloween!