1964 World's Fair
1939 World's Fair
Disney Signed Letters
Harper Goff Collection
Joseph Mankiewicz Collection
"The Disney World" Magazine
A folder with three WDW guides for Contemporary Hotel room guests.
This is one of my favorite pieces - a wonderfully-illustrated RCA proposal to design WDW's communication systems.
Marketing material used in the midway point of construction, two years before the park opened.
This document covers the costs to move the CoP from Disneyland to Walt Disney World where it officially opened on 1/15/1975.
A pre-opening booklet detailing reservation processes at WDW hotels.
A retired Orlando Public Library copy of the Project Florida book made in the spirit of the Florida Project movie.
66-page, detailed manual covering the operations of AA figures.
A 1968 WED proposal for a residential community at Walt Disney World. An outside consultant was used to create the document.
Detailed list of costs for Walt Disney World as of late August / early September 1971.
1975 version of a Walt Disney World cast member manual.
WED aerial construction photos of Walt Disney World used to show progress to Disney executives.
1969 publication for Disney employees as the company gears up to create Walt Disney World.
Marty Sklar authored this 1971 guide to the proper names for many elements of Walt Disney World.
1976 publication with insights into demographics of WDW visitors based on a 1975 mail survey to 14,000 guests.
Very detailed early 1980s Disney University guide to serving food at WDW restaurants.
April 1970 edition (#1) of this oversized publication covering WDW construction
Binder containing multiple brochures for WDW-related hotels both on and off property.
Colorful 1971 brochure for WDW with particular emphasis on the Preview Center.
1973 report detailing many different types of performance data for each ride at WDW including attendance levels, hours worked, trip times and capacity.
1984 press kit with new news about Walt Disney World in 1984 including ticket prices, Summer additions and vacation packages.