Next up is the Carnation Milk truck parked in front of the Carnation Ice Cream parlor. Note the janitorial bucket parked in front of the restaurant.
Final image is of the double decker Omnibus driving down Main Street. Note the bus has a license plate issued by the State of California to travel on city streets. Now the bus is not licensed as it is used only on private streets.
The Disneyland band playing in the center of the Town Square. Quite a fun crowd listening this afternoon concert.
Next up is a shot of the interior with the Disneyland Band putting on a concert.
A group shot of the dinosaurs with a large crowd visiting Dinoland on this day.
Next image is of the water skiers before entering the water. The clown is one of the scariest I have ever seen....
Next up is a view of the friendly Indian village along the banks of the Rivers of America. A nice you are there image.
A group of kids are entertained by an Indian Dancer in Indian Village. His traditional outfit is very colorful.
Next up is the authorization memo for WED to design the interior of the shop and also the sign on the building. It is interesting to see that the initial design for Main Street was a different contractor. Also, note that the opening date listed was July 19th.
Final document is from July 30, 1955 discussing a proposal to remodel the interior of the store. I am not sure if the Disneyland managers felt the store was not working or if it was management from US Time.
Next up is a view of the Frontierland station with the station across the tracks.
Next up is a snowman with the kid posing in his hands. I am posting this as the prediction is for snow tomorrow in Denver.
Next up is a view of the mighty sailing ship Columbia as she docks. Note the lovely Matterhorn in the background.
Final image is of the cartoon style posters used to promote the Golden Horseshoe Review. I have very strong memories of looking at these when I visited Disneyland in the 1970s and 1980s. I think I enjoyed these as they look like classic Sunday pages from Alex Raymond, Burne Hogarth or Milton Caniff.
The next image was taken in Fantasyland featuring yellow and purple flowers, the Big Bad Wolf greeting guests and the Matterhorn in the background.
Next up is a neat view of the little mining town of Rainbow Ridge. A nice scenic element is one of the Disneyland Stage Coaches sitting ready to take on passengers.