My favorite image is of the Dapper Dan's posing on their custom bike built for four. I love that the Dan's have put their hats on each of the kids. Also I am sure you will all notice the Hills Brothers Coffee House in the background with the great sign on the building.
The next image is from either the LA or San Diego Zoo. I love the outrigger canoe for the monkeys to play on while the alligator sleeps peacefully.
The next coin is from the Pieces of 8 Shop in New Orleans Square. I would assume this was from the opening of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, but may have even been available prior to the opening. It is a rather heavy coin.
A view of the truck and drive system for the Monorail. This is an image with the skirt removed and shows the way the bogie is attached and runs against the rail.
Final image is of the driver's seat and controls.
Next up is a shot of the beamway going through the city.
Final image is a shot of the steel beamway in the city.
Next is a view of the fun zone with the brightly colored poles.
A close up shot of one of the ticket booths. Check out the prices.
The next two snapshots are of the stadium built on the Fair grounds. This stadium is still used to this day for football games and other events.
Next up is a shot of one of the carnival style rides being set up.
Another view of a scrambler type ride. I like all the hearts in the background.
Here is an example of a postcard which may have been sold in this bag. A nice rendering of the park as seen from the air.
Prior to smoking areas, you could just sit down and smoke a cigarette.
Last image is of the ladies being devoured by Monstro the Whale.
Next up a night shot of the Avis Car Rental car ride. I believe this is still in existence at the Centreville park in Toronto Canada.
Next up is an action shot from the African Pavilion. I like the large dolls.
The best image from the batch is important to Disney fans, an interior shot of the Carousel of Progress final act. I like that there is a cat sitting on the couch. You can also see that they reworked Father a bit before premiering at Disneyland.