Next image is of one of the pigs meeting his admirers in Fantasyland. The characters are crowded with visitors but are able to roam the park.
Next up is the Richard Irvine a paddle wheeler that traversed the Rivers of America leaving from Liberty Square. Walt Disney World has two river boats, a side wheeler named Joe Fowler and a rear paddle wheeler named Richard Irvine.
The second image is of the Castle from a side view. Note the number and Gothic design of the turrets.
Next image is of a Big Bad Wolf heading through Fantasyland with a crowd of admirers. I like the large tongue hanging out.
Although not part of the Storybook, I do like the family portrait on this Sphinx. The statues must have been located close to the park and the zoo.
Next up is The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe, although in this case the shoe looks more like a cowboy boot. The crowd of kids standing at the top of the boot looks like there is a preacher.
Here is the happy couple posing in front of the old miner that was at the entrance to the park. I am particularly enjoying the girl wearing the large sombrero.
The second image also features two buddies, Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket. This is when they first meet.
The prints have this label on the reverse.
Final image shows our hero now wearing his glasses standing opposite the Enchanted Tiki Room. The gate decorations were purchased from Oceanic Arts and then embellished by WED and Disneyland Decorating.
Next up is the standard view of Main Street Station and the Mickey topiary. I do not think the kids in the photograph belong to the photographer.
Next up is a busy day at it's a small world. Note the great flying saucer lights that would be used to light the esplanade at night.
The next is of Dumbo which is one of my favorite characters. Dumbo is shown with his magic feather behind the big top.
Next up is a blurry picture of the family posing at the backside of the Adventureland sign. Check out the huge elephant tusks on the sign.
This shot features the family posing on the drawbridge and we get to see the castle at an angle. Note the sparse landscaping in the background and that you can see the edge of the castle.
Next a clearer image of the family posing in front of the restaurant. Check out the line to order a tuna burger or tuna salad.
Next up a cool image of two sisters sitting and waiting for the Mark Twain at the dock.
The third souvenir is from the Japanese Village located in Buena Park. A cute sticker showing two of the Fuji Folk, which happen to be my favorite theme park mascots. The sticker features Oto-Moto and Flip-Flop.
This lucky guest was able to shake hands with Sherrif Lucky. Lucky kept Frontierland from devolving into lawlessness and fought with his nemesis Black Bart. In the background is the line for the Pack Mules. These images date to circa 1957 prior to the construction and opening of Rainbow Caverns.
A view of the town with all the houses and other structures. Definitely some craftsmanship on display.
Another view of the structures with the variety of buildings.
Any readers out there have an idea where this small town was located?