Pumpkin queen

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Photograph of a postcard depicting a Barnesville pumpkin queen and a photograph depicting a Danbury pumpkin queen.

A pumpkin queen may be either a fictional character or a real person associated with a variety of beauty contests held in North America.

"The Great Queen Pumpkin" served as a major character in the film Curse of Halloween.[1] In R. L. Stine's Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It, "Priscilla is crowned Pumpkin Queen."[2] Recently, Marlane Kennedy published the book Me and the Pumpkin Queen.[3][4][5]

Pumpkin shows and festivals in various American states include pageants to determine their pumpkin queen.

Major Festivals and Shows

The Circleville Pumpkin Show, the oldest pumpkin show with a Miss Pumpkin Show contest, has been held annually since 1903 (except during World War II).[6][7][8][9] Other notable pumpkin shows and festivals featuring contests in which winners can become pumpkin queens include Confluence PumpkinFest (2003–2006),[10][11] Danbury Pumpkin Harvest (1966),[12] Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival, 2006: Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival Queens[13][14] The Barnesville Pumpkin Festival (1964–2006),[15][16][17][18][19][20][21] The Bradford Pumpkin Show (-2006),[22][23] The Halloween Pumpkin Princess Tea and Pageant (1965–2007),[24] The Spring Hope National Pumpkin Festival (1971–2006),[25][26][27] The Versailles Pumpkin Show (1902–2005),[28] The West Virginia Pumpkin Festival (1985–2006),[29][30] and Tioga Pumpkin Festival (2006).[31]

See also

References

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