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Today is Disneyland history – April 22, 1964: The 1964/1965 New York World’s Fair opened, featuring many popular attractions that eventually moved to Disneyland. In the early 1960’s Disneyland was embarking on the largest expansion since the park was built. The plans, ideas and construction for New Orleans Square were well under way when Walt … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Studios buildings as they appeared in the spring of 1931. The lot was located at 2719 Hyperion Ave. in Los Angeles. Notice a worker toward the top of the ladder painting the building that would be a big step toward the building of a wonderful and tremendous kingdom. The large building on … Continue reading
This is a printed page that the management of Club 33, Royal Street gives to visitors to the club: Club 33, Royal Street, New Orleans Square, Disneyland The colorful realism and precise architectural detail of New Orleans Square in Disneyland captures the atmosphere of the 19th century New Orleans French Quarter. Glancing upwards to the … Continue reading
Here’s an October 1959 photo of John F. Kennedy‘s only visit to Disneyland. He was the the Senator of Massachusetts at the time and was here with the President of Guinea, Ahmed Sékou Touré.