From the “this just in” department here is a seriously Vintage Disneyland Ticket. From late 1955 to early 1956 the first batch of lettered tickets used the word “Ride” under the letter. This would change in early 1956 and be replaced with “Coupon” (link) which would remain on the tickets until the end of letter tickets in 1982. The Freight Train was worth 10¢ more than the other rides, even the Phantom Boats?
Vintage Globe Paper, say “ahhhhh” with me.
A buck fifty bought some amazing memories for some lucky youngster. Do you think that’s a replica of Walt’s real signature? Looking at this spring 1995 Sketches article (link) it does look like Walt’s signature.
May your visit be a happy one! All tickets in this book void after December 31, 1956.
Take another ticket to ride, I dare you (link).