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I can’t put a year on this, and my copy of Nick Farago’s original WDW card list is buried somewhere in my office (only a few feet away from me to be sure…but it would take a while to dig out!
Over the years I have shared selections from my vintage postcard collection, from Palm Springs to Portland, but I have never shared any of my vintage Disneyland ones! This is the first in what will be a series of five posts, each themed to one of the lands of Disneyland.
This card, 0100-12406, shows an image of Fort Wilderness looking toward the Contemporary Resort and Space Mountain at the Magic Kingdom.
It’s 4X6 and it’s original owner only saw fit to write “Florida” on the back!
But that hardly explains why the pre opening cards came in both varieties.
A few months back I had the chance to ask the Disney company archivist Dave Smith about this.
The area closed due to several reasons, but ultimately to make way for what is now New Orleans Square.Next time we’ll venture into the wilds of Adventureland! For a guide on how to use this list, go to the Checklist Instructions page.These cards were also sold in the park in its early days based on the fact that he has some postmarked after opening, and mentioning the park. yes and no; the images are the same, the captions, and the card numbers on the back of the card are the same on each card, but the logo for Walt Disney World (both the ones you can see in these images and the ones on the back of the card) vary from card to card.There is also some question of how many varieties of these cards there were , and that number can vary greatly depending on how you count them for example look at these two cards... The difference in the logo is simply that on the lower pictured card there is a flag with the word Florida on it attached to the Walt Disney World logo.