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Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

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  • Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

    Does anyone know of a website where there are pictures (or scanned images) of those old guidebooks from way-back-when?
    sigpicThe Kid

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    Re: Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

    Originally posted by trojanrobmc View Post
    Does anyone know of a website where there are pictures (or scanned images) of those old guidebooks from way-back-when?
    Try This...

    http://www.perry.com/disney/disney.html

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      Re: Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

      This is also a good site to check for guide book covers - http://users.sisna.com/matkinson/index.html

      Here's another very good one - http://www.mattlori.ca/themepark/dl.htm

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        Re: Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

        Originally posted by TiaDalmaFan View Post
        This is also a good site to check for guide book covers - http://users.sisna.com/matkinson/index.html

        Here's another very good one - http://www.mattlori.ca/themepark/dl.htm
        Those are awesome websites! Thanks!
        sigpicThe Kid

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        • #5
          Re: Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

          There are a slew of them for sale on ebay right now. All from the same collector. From the 50's thru the late 80's. All starting at about $2.99ea. I recognized several from my childhood. Good times.
          Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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            Re: Complimentary Guidebooks (remember those?)

            I really loved those books as a kid. I liked that they included not only attractions, but shops and restaurants, too. My brothers and I would pore over these books for hours, plotting our next excursion. Back then I could have told you exactly what shop was in any location anywhere in the park. Thanks for posting the links!

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