(March 5, 1917 – October 27, 2010) was an American school librarian who co-created Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF in 1950. Her three children were the initial participants in the fund raising effort, which by the time of her death had brought in $160 million to be used for the benefit of needy children around the world.
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05.11.2010 by aparedes Trick-or-Treat for Unicef began 60 years ago by Mary Emma Allison. She noticed the number of children who were dressed in costumes knocking on every door and gathering treats. Allison wanted to use trick-or-treating as a way to gather ...
En kveld i 1947. Etter endeløs utdeling av godteri til unger : Mary Emma turned to her husband and said: “It's too bad we can't turn this into something good.” Clyde replied: “We can.” Halloween. Kvelden før Alle helgens dag.http://tommetanker.wordpress.com/