Wouldn’t it be fun to be a “Courtesy Guest” at Disneyland? They always seem to get free tickets!!!! This 5 Adventure Courtesy Guest ticket book is from October 1966.
This book is special in a few ways, first it was never used. The tickets are wonderful and printed on the somewhat rare “castle & star” paper as opposed to the usual "Globe Safety" paper. And the most special thing about this ticket book is that it’s the last one that has Walt’s stylized signature on the Welcome sheet. By early 1967 the message would be from “Walt Disney Productions”
Magic Key tickets were magic indeed, good for use on any ride or attraction in Disneyland!
I could stare at this paper all day long, heck sometimes I do…
A somewhat abbreviated attraction list. No “New Orleans Square” yet and the New Tomorrowland ’67 was just getting ready to be built so all the old attractions were closed.
This post needs some color, from the November 1966 issue of The Disney World. Sorry to bring the holiday's to you so soon, but it was the closest I could get to October 1966.
“Bulldozers end career of parks old Ad, New Building takes over”
Come back on Bonus Sunday for the entire November 1966 issue of The Disney World.