50 page archive of documents and newsletters related to the never-built 1967 World's Fair in Long Beach, California. According to documents in the archive the fair was supposed to run 4/3-10/30 in both 1967 and 1968 with anywhere from 40-50 million people attending and cost $400M.
A fascinating 1958 proposal to GE to sponsor a new attraction at Disneyland called Edison Square. This is essentially an early version of the Carousel of Progress that was never built. Click on the image for a pdf.
"How To Draw Cars Of Tomorrow" was written by Henry "Bob" Gurr in 1952 as he was graduating from the Art Center College of Design. This early insight into his talent and passion for futuristic design is an important document in the history of Disney Parks since he designed so many of the ride vehicles.