Friday, May 10, 2013

B&W Memories, June 1958

This charming batch of guest snapshots from June 1958 show what I can only surmise are a boy and his mother, most likely taken by poor old dad, who didn't get to be in any of the photos. The first shot is typical; what kid wants to stand and pose when the entire Park is waiting to be explored and experienced?!?

Mom and son casually stroll through the Frontierland gates.

This kid is not about to remove his souvenir hat, not even for the Pack Mule attraction!

Zipping through the Autopia, he manages to keep his hat on.

At the end of the day, the boy proudly beams while showing off his booty of souvenirs:

He can't wait to read his comic book on the way home!

Looks like another satisfied customer, don't you think?

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Major Pepperidge said...

"A Boy and His Hat"... man, he loved that Keppy Kap! It's amazing how many of those things you see in vintage photos, they must have sold a jillion of them.

...But It Wasn't Always That Way! said...

And yet, where are these caps now? Certainly none in my house... yet...........

Happy Friday!