This was an early test print of the mass-produced lithographs that would later be sent out by the studio in response to Snow White fan mail. This test print (done on drawing paper, complete with ink drops, rather than the later card stock, and minus the production stamp) was personally gifted to Disney cousin Rilla Hussey of Ellis, Kansas, by Walt himself.
Givens helped kick off the Golden Age of Disney Animation with his work on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
One of many licensed products from the year of the film's nationwide release.
A narrative coloring-book journey through the newly-opened resort.
A novelty book inspired by Disney's first full-length animated feature.
Walt's vision is realized...twenty-eight years later.
Disneyland in the summer of '61.
The young actress (turned Hollywood legend) behind Disney's first princess.
An early collectible map from one of the park's biggest sponsors.
A first-year map from the bank on Main Street.