Thursday, September 23, 2010

Posing at Disneyland 1955 (And Maybe Knott's Berry Farm)

Families love to pose in group shots...or at least Dad's like to pose their families in group shots. Here is the family from yesterday's cutouts posing at various locations. Note the various expressions presented by the family. First up is the family on a Horse Drawn Streetcar in Disneyland.

Next up is the family in front of a Stagecoach (now this one might not be Disneyland but rather Knott's Berry Farm...there is no graphic on the stagecoach and the person unloading is female and all the images I have seen of Disneyland's Stagecoach features male cast members.)

The last one is just mom and what looks like an aunt. Of course the aunt is holding a wonderful souvenir from Disneyland.

3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Love the stagecaoch photo. You're right, it probably isn't Disneyland. Doesn't Knott's stagecoach say "Butterfield" on it? Maybe this is from before they added that.

Progressland said...

I think I've seen something (maybe a newspaper article not yet in the thesaurus?) about the first female to work in that area. I'll let you know if I ever find it again...

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

The boy is wearing the same clothes on the stagecoach as the trolley? Did they park hop back in 1955?? Love the expression on the boys face in the stagecoach pic, there's gotta be a great caption for that!