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Walt & Abe

Walt Disney

Walt Disney,1935

Walt, relaxing on a bench of Disneyland Town Square.

Walt Disney at the studio, late 50's, I.V.

Pictures & Photos of Walt Disney

Diane Disney Miller | ... Disney Family Museum founders Diane Disney Miller and her son Walter E. Disney Miller

Last year, at the Disneyland Resort, Diane Disney visited Disney California Adventure park for the first time since its expansion. Upon seeing the Storytellers statue, Diane remarked with a sparkle in her eye that she didn't remember him being this young, saying, "He was older when I met him!" Her last visit to the resort.

Diane Marie Disney Miller (December 18, 1933-November 19, 2013) Diane Disney Miller died at the age of 79 from complication from a fall. Diane Disney Miller was the only biological daughter of Walt Disney and his wife, Lillian Bounds Disney. Her husband Ron W. Miller was CEO of The Walt Disney Company until 1984. Diane Disney Miller was one of the driving forces behind the opening on the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a project that faced a plethora of setbacks and was finally completed in 2004.

Diane Disney Miller (December 18, 1933 - November 19, 2013) was the elder & only biological daughter of Walt & Lillian Disney. She was instrumental in pushing ahead with the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, ensuring the original design by Frank Gehry. Disney Miller was also the cofounder of The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, with the aid of her children.

Walt & Lillian Disney at the 5th Annual Academy Awards where he won the Honorary Special Award for the creation of Mickey Mouse as well as an Oscar for Short Subject (Cartoon) for the Silly Symphony "Flowers and Trees." The event was held on November 18, 1932 at the Fiesta Room of the Ambassador Hotel.

Walt Disney and Roy Disney at Disney Studios in the 1950's.

Diane Disney Miller with the DCA statue of her dad.

Walt Disney viewing a model for the "Adventure Through Inner Space" attraction at Disneyland. About 1966.