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Roadside pumpkin stand, 1985

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Jack Cains of Georgetown, climbed into a wagon of pumpkins at a roadside stand on US 27 north of Nicholasville to pick one for his daughter to carve into a jack-o-lantern on October 18, 1985. The pumpkins were grown by Hubert Caudill, background on the left, who was talking with Faye and Edith Collette. Caudill grew produce and pumpkins on his farm on Vince Road and sold them from the back of his farm wagon on Nicholasville Road.  Photo by David Perry | Staff

Jack Cains of Georgetown climbed into a wagon of pumpkins at a roadside stand on U.S. 27 north of Nicholasville to pick one for his daughter to carve into a jack-o’-lantern on Oct. 18, 1985. The pumpkins were grown by Hubert Caudill, background on the left, who was talking with Faye and Edith Collette. Caudill grew produce and pumpkins on his farm on Vince Road and sold them from the back of his farm wagon on Nicholasville Road. Photo by David Perry | Staff

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