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  • Vintage 1967 Disneyland Guide

    In my mom's collection she had her 1967 Disneyland guide! This is from one of her first visits to Disneyland! I spent most of the scanning the book so I could share it with you!

    Enjoy!!!


















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    WOW, I was going to post a question about a restaurant, and what do you know, the answer is right there in that guide

    Hills Bros. Coffee house and garden, my mom and I were just talking about it yesterday...huh, funny coincidence....

    Thanks
    procrastibating

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      I remember those guides--I used to spend hours reading it over and over again after our once-a-year trip to Disneyland. The section with the ride descriptions was my favorite part. Thanks for posting that.

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        OH MY GOD I SO WANT ONE!!! This was my birth year!!

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          i've got two from 1968 i think and i don't think i'll be needing both.
          Last edited by DLcub; 06-07-2006, 08:37 PM.

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            Originally posted by Olympicnut
            OH MY GOD I SO WANT ONE!!! This was my birth year!!
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              Very cool! Thanks for sharing. I just love looking at vintage Disneyland stuff.

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                Another thread with more great memories..I've shared elsewhere how important 1967 was to me in my lifetime of Disneyland experience. Just check out the food prices, especially at the Blue Bayou. And your "BankAmericard" (which became VISA about a decade later) is always welcome!

                --Barry
                God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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                  Thanks Melissa, for sharing. I have quite a few previous year guidebooks. Very cool to see another out there.
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                    I have a couple of these, there so interesting thanks for sharing.
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                      Thanks, that was really cool!
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                        Thanks! Very cool. My parents have some old Disney memorabilia that I should look through someday. Hmmm.... )
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                          Impressive!
                          Good morning, son
                          In twenty years from now
                          Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                          And I can tell you 'bout today
                          And how I picked you up and everything changed
                          It was pain
                          Sunny days and rain
                          I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                            That was cool! Thanks for sharing! I think I remember the guides being somewhat similar in the late 70's when I first remember these sorts of things. I wish I still had one, that and some of the ticket books with all the leftover A tickets that we never used that would sit in our junk drawer for years.

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                              I loved seeing the Matterhorn Mountain in Tomorrowland with the buckets going right through the middle. I miss those things. I was just a kid when they were taken out.
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