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    President John F. Kennedy in Oval Office previewing Caroline's, left, and John Jr.'s Halloween costumes, in 1963.
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    President Jimmy Carter and Mrs. Rosalynn Carter stand by as daughter Amy and some of her friends carve pumpkins during Amy's 10th birthday party, Oct. 19, 1977, in the White House. Amy is seated directly in front of the president.
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    President Reagan and Nancy Reagan standing next to a Stay the Course-carved Pumpkin, Nov. 1, 1982. "Stay the course" was popularized by Reagan while campaigning for Republicans during the 1982 mid-term elections, arguing against changes in his economic policies.
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    Barnabas Collins (aka Jonathan Frid) of TV's "Dark Shadows" put the bite on Tricia Nixon at a Halloween party for underprivileged children hosted by Tricia Nixon at the White House, Oct. 31, 1969.
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    The north front of a White House decorated for Halloween with a giant pumpkin jack-o'-lantern at the door. Orange marigold flowers bloom in the foreground, October 1973.
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    President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greet trick or treaters at the White House as they celebrate Halloween in Washington, Oct. 31, 2009.
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    Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1993, dressed up as James and Dolley Madison.
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    Betty Ford and her personal assistant, Nancy Howe, dress a skeleton in President Ford?s study in 1974.
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    The Clintons at their 1994 Halloween party.
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    The President and Mrs. Clinton dressed as country-western singers at their 1995 Halloween party.
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