Cedar City’s First Halloween Party

William R. Palmer

William R. Palmer

During the 1950’s Cedar City historian and businessman William R. Palmer had a weekly radio program on local radio station KSUB. During his show, Forgotten Chapters of History, Palmer told tales of local history and sometimes covered other topics. Thanks to Special Collections at the Sherratt Library on the campus of Southern Utah University, many of these programs are available to listen to. On October 26, 1952, Palmer presented the story of Cedar City’s first Halloween Party.  Click the links and enjoy your holiday as you listen to Forgotten Chapters of History.

Cedar City Halloween Party

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2 thoughts on “Cedar City’s First Halloween Party

  1. Hello, I was wondering if your decorations crew could use a pine coffin, no lid, but with some paint and spiderweb it could be scary. also a manican torso. tom, 435 592-0063, im just down the street from you, kinda, 546 N. 300 West > WordPress.com > homesteadtelegraph posted: ” During the 1950’s Cedar City historian > and businessman William R. Palmer had a weekly radio program on local > radio station KSUB. During his show, Forgotten Chapters of History, > Palmer told tales of local history and sometimes covered other topics. > Tha” >

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