Saturday, August 15, 2009

Christmas in August: Main Street U.S.A., December 1962, Pt. 2



There are a few large gifts in Town Square; we might need the assistance of Bekins!

For your holiday shopping list, maybe something from the plastic flower market?



And while we’re here, how about a nice juicy closeup of the Sunkist Citrus House window? I have a feeling those oranges might have come from the plastic flower market!



At the very least, you should pick up a card or two at the Hallmark Communication Center to send to the loved ones.



Here’s a detailed peak inside:



See more Main Street U.S.A. photos at my regular website.

3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

I love the peek inside!

Katella Gate said...

Does anybody else remember the Orange-squeezing contraption? You put a bucket of fruit in a hopper and the oranges were led along an elaborate conveyor path to be automatically squeezed and the juice collected in a self-stirring vat? That alone was worth the price of admission.

Heidi Ann said...

I love seeing these pictures. Ah, Disneyland nostalgia - it doesn't get much better than this.