Vendors, At The Lane County Fair, Eugene Oregon

Ye Olde Tyme Photo Emporium
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One of the booths was labeled, "Ye Olde Tyme Photo Emporium," and allowed you to dress up as "Saloon Girls," or "Cowboys," or a "Victorian," or "Gangsters," or "Civil War," characters or as "Pirates," and to have your portrait taken.


Vendors Booths   •  At The Lane County Fair external link   •  Lane County Fairgrounds external link   •  796 W. 13th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon   •  (Photo Taken 11:38:20 Wednesday 22 July 2015)   •  (Story Posted Tuesday 1 September 2015)   •  © 2015 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_3645
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The Frightuary
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A "Terrifying Haunted Attraction at the Lane County Fairgrounds, The Frightuary" external link sold hardware and accessories suitable for Halloween. The Frightuary itself is a haunted house that is held each October.


Vendors Booths   •  At The Lane County Fair external link   •  Lane County Fairgrounds external link   •  796 W. 13th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon   •  (Photo Taken 12:55:02 Wednesday 22 July 2015)   •  (Story Posted Tuesday 1 September 2015)   •  © 2015 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_3807
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Henna Tattoo by Shahi Design
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A booth sold temporary henna tattoos by Shahi Designs external link. In it, one young woman was having a henna tattoo applied to her upper arm.


Vendors Booths   •  At The Lane County Fair external link   •  Lane County Fairgrounds external link   •  796 W. 13th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon   •  (Photo Taken 12:56:36 Wednesday 22 July 2015)   •  (Story Posted Tuesday 1 September 2015)   •  © 2015 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_3808
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The Ride Ticket Booth
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All rides and games required tickets to play. Most games required 1 or 2 tickets to play. Rides took 5 tickets for children's rides to 20 tickets for some of the more popular adult rides. Tickets could only be purchased using cash. For those without enough cash, an ATM was located nearby.

Although the sign said that food required tickets, the majority of food stalls took cash.


Vendors Booths   •  At The Lane County Fair external link   •  Lane County Fairgrounds external link   •  796 W. 13th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon   •  (Photo Taken 13:03:59 Wednesday 22 July 2015)   •  (Story Posted Tuesday 1 September 2015)   •  © 2015 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_3820
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