Friday, August 14, 2009

Disneyland The Early Years.

Ariel view of what would become Walt’s Disney’s Disneyland In July 1953 Walt Disney engaged in the services from the Stanford Research Institute to find the ideal location for his "Mickey Mouse Park." the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Decides on is Anaheim this would be the best location to build Walt’s Disney’s Disneyland

Brother and sister watching the construction of soon to be Disneyland.

Looking North on Harbor Blvd.

Walt’s plans for his amusement park Date back as far back as 1932 when Walt Disney had considered building an amusement park to house his cartoon characters on the back of his Burbank Studio lot. However, as Walt's activities expanded, so did his dream, it became apparent that he needed large site.

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