Friday, June 27, 2008

May 1959 in Living Color, Pt. 4



Yeehaw! Today our May 1959 visit is in Frontierland! Feeling hot today? Couldn’t you just jump right into photo #1 and get some ice cream from that vendor in the lower right corner? Yum! Or better yet, catch an air-conditioned show at the Golden Horseshoe. Shot #2 shows the corner of the Silver Banjo Barbecue and Aunt Jemima’s; if you look at the included closeup, you can just barely see Aunt J herself behind the trees.





The Strawhatters are playing a little jazz for guests along the river in this now defunct bandstand; you can also see the bridge to the Chicken Plantation on the left.



Last one for today is of the Indian Village; who left the tin can on the rocks?!?



See more vintage and current Frontierland photos at my website.



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3 comments:

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Super views!!! Hey, you got the "bridge" in one of your photos too! Gorilla don’t blog has one too. I've never seen it from either angle, THANKS! Aunt Jemima shows up in lots of photo's, was she there everyday?

Major Pepperidge said...

Maybe the can was for tips! I always like views of the old Aunt Jemima restaurant, especially with Auntie herself in the picture.

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Amazing !!!!! 2 (Gorilla and You)Plantation House area and bridge photos on the same day. Its a conspiracy theory I subscribe to.