Sunday, June 29, 2008

May 1959 in Living Color, Pt. 6

Today is the last entry into this particular May 1959 series. Our fashionably retro miss is enjoying a trip on the Mark Twain. Aren’t those pants the bee’s knees?!? The next few shots show various forms of transportation around the Rivers of America, starting off with The Columbia, parked in Fowler’s Harbor.

And here’s the best way to work off a Monte Cristo:

Two of the Mark Twain, with the soon-to-be-finished Matterhorn looming in the background.

Last but not least, Bertha Mae:

No, this isn’t Grad Night; it’s a Ceremonial Dance over at the Indian Village. Back in 1959, you didn’t need a computer to be "interactive."

Alas, it’s time to go home. It’s always difficult to leave the happiest place on earth when Main Street looks its most enchanting. Enjoy this farewell shot and all the vintage cars!

See more vintage and current Rivers of America photos at my website.

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Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

A perfect end to a great series! WOW, those pants are cool, are those nautical signs? Where are the remote controls and score keeping units for the "Ceremonial Dance at the Indian Village"???

Thanks Dave, as always, your posts ROCK!!!

Major Pepperidge said...

LOVE the photo of the woman (maybe you CAN be too thin?), yes, her pants are awesome. And that farewell shot is a beauty!!

Kevin Kidney said...

That woman is adorable!! I love her.

walterworld said...

This has been a great series Dave.

The photographer took some very nice shots; I wonder if that adorable lady was his wife?