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A true Disneyland Heroine

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  • A true Disneyland Heroine

    Walking in her footpaths
    Landscape designer Ruth Shellhorn helped shape two essential symbols of the state -- the shopping mall and Disneyland.

    A fabulous article:
    http://www.latimes.com/features/home...l=la-home-home
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: A true Disneyland Heroine

    Wow, what a great article! Thank you so much for posting it.
    Oh, and I am SO counting down to Alias with you! My excitement cannot be stifled! :clap:

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      Re: A true Disneyland Heroine

      It's so wonderful to read about somebody who had so much influence on how Disneyland looks today.
      Oh I can't WAIT to see it (again) for the first time!


      War is over if you want it...

      Peace - Love - Mickey Mouse

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        Re: A true Disneyland Heroine

        OOOoooo she is so cool... especially because I also want to study landscaping architecture!!!!! She's one of my new role models!!!!! :ap:
        I have a dream
        A song to sing
        To help me cope
        Trough everything

        If you see the wonder
        of a FairyTale
        You can take the future
        even if you fail...

        I believe in Angels
        Something good in everything I see
        I believe in Angels
        When I know the time is right for me...

        I'll cross the stream.... I have a dream

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          Re: A true Disneyland Heroine

          Thank you all for taking the time to read it. What a treasure this woman is, so inspirational to find out about her tremendous contributions. Growing up here there is so very much to take for granted. Unfortunately, so much of her work has disappeared over time (and definitely NOT been improved upon or rivaled!) thankfully, this is not the case at Disneyland.
          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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