It is now September at the Disneyland property and grading has started for the Rivers of America. The caption for the photo reads: The beginning of our cut and fill for the river boat ride in Frontier Land. I have circled the Dominguez house as well as the what I believe is the white house where Van France worked (and on opening day was center of operations for the CHP.)
A nice image of Ruggles China and Glass Shop in the early 1960s. The scary figure of the grandmother seen in Jordan's Perky Pickle and my pin up posts has been removed and the porch now has wicker seating and a table on the other side. Some early windows on Main Street can be seen for a painless dentist with no name and eyeglass shop for Nat Winecoff who was an early member and promoter of the Disneyland project who later tried to open Bible Storyland designed by Bruce Bushman and also opened Apacheland in Arizona. The Nat Winecoff window is no longer in existence from what I can determine from an online listing of all the current windows. Also there is the wild tree shaped horse ring sitting in front of the China Shop.