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Disney Vintage

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vintage Mickey Mouse

Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto pattern - 1945.

Disneyland Fantasyland Skyway Station Postcard by Drive-In Mike, via Flickr ... wish they would do something with that old building. It really is beautiful.

Disneyland Main Street, 1956

Too cute :)

Walt Disney's Tomorrowland Rocket to the Moon Game

Disneyland Gold Pass, 1959

disneyland hotel

1960's Disneyland

Disney artist Bruce Bushman's concept drawings for Disneyland: various ride concepts

The original Trophy Room in Club 33 displayed a prized 9-foot long ivory mammoth tusk. Walt Disney hid microphones in the chandeliers so his audio-animatronic animals, such as the great horned owl and turkey vulture, could converse with guests!

I love vintage Disney photos!

Disney's four layer camera, an invention of the Disney studios, photographs four celluloid drawings together giving an illusion of depth to cartoon action - Photographer: J. R. Eyerman - September 1953.

Anne Armstrong McClellan, pilot trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment, sporting an official dress uniform of white blouse, tan slacks and overseas cap & a Fifinella mascot pin designed for the girl pilots by Walt Disney - Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas - Photographer: Peter Stackpole - July 1943.

vintage disneyland parking pass

imagineeringdisney: Backstage Disneyland..


It's A Small World Thermos Mary Blair Art

vintage Disneyland monorail bag

Season's greetings. #disney

A beautiful Snow White doll someone sold.... :(

vintage mickey mouse club membership card.... need to make one for these for my hubs!!

McCall's at Disneyland - cover McCall's magazine photographed a fashion spread at Disneyland for their February 1956 issue. The park had only been open about six months when these pics were taken!

The Rescuers!