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Photos: Zozobra Through the Years


Each year, thousands of Santa Feans gather to set fire to a giant marionette stuffed with “glooms.” The Burning of Zozobra, which has taken place yearly since being created by Will Shuster in 1924, has become one of the symbols of the city, a potent reminder of the madcap celebrations of Santa Fe’s past, and one artist’s generous dedication to his adopted home. Take a look back at how the event has evolved over the past 92 years.

Photos courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe.

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