Monday, September 08, 2014

1950's Disneyland Gems, Pt. 4



More treasures from this batch of approximately 1957-1958 Disneyland vintage photos, with today's post featuring Adventureland. Love these Oceanic Arts Tiki/Tribal masks! The skull on top of image 2 is a very nice "plus."



The skulls in the park today are a bit more ornate and less white-washed:



One of the first buildings that you see as you enter Adventureland:



Back in the day, it was known as Casa de Huespedes, which means Rooming House/Guest House.



Today, it has no identity.



Last one for today shows the back side of water; a very rare shot for this time period!



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3 comments:

K. Martinez said...

I'm enjoying this 1957-1958 Disneyland batch you've been posting and hope there's a part 5. I always loved the Oceanic Arts stuff along the Gateway to Adventureland. At one time I used to pick up trinkets or souvenirs at the Adventureland Bazaar. Not anymore.

Looks like a screw wasn't screwed all the way down in the painted skull. Thanks, Dave.

Fifthrider said...

That screw might have been the cause of death, you never know. I miss the volume of water at Schweitzer Falls, it's considerably scaled back today. Nice to see a pic of it back in it's glory.

Major Pepperidge said...

The psychedelic skull looks like a prop from "Apocalypse Now".