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Disneyland Picture Souvenir Book in Natural Color (1955) by not givenNatural Color 1955
The Story of Disneyland by Walt Disney Productions1955
Disneyland -- A Complete Guide To Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Main Street, U. S. A. (1956) by Walt Disney Productions1956
Disneyland -- A Complete Guide to Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Main Street, U. S. A. (1957) by Walt Disney1957
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1958) by Walt Disney Productions1958
Disneyland Summer 1959 Special Insert (1959) by Walt Disney ProductionsSummer 1959
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1959) by Walt Disney Productions1959
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1960) by Walt Disney Productions1960
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1961) by Walt Disney Productions1961
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1962) by Walt Disney Productions1962
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1963) by Walt Disney Productions1963
Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland (1964) by Walt Disney1964
Walt Disney's pictorial souvenir book of Disneyland by Walt Disney Productions1965
Summer '67 -- Disneyland U. S. A. by Walt Disney ProductionsSummer 1967
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir and Guide (1968) by Walt Disney Productions1968
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir (1972) by Walt Disney Productions1972
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir (1974) by Walt Disney Productions1974
It's a Small World -- A Disneyland Pictorial Souvenir (1978) by Walt Disney Productionssupplement 1978
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir (1978) by Walt Disney Productions1978
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir (1980) by Walt Disney Productions1980
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- A Pictorial Souvenir (1981) by Walt Disney Productions1981
A Pictorial Souvenir of Walt Disney's Disneyland (1986) by Walt Disney Productions1986
A Pictorial Souvenir of Walt Disney's Disneyland (1987). by Walt Disney1987
Walt Disney's Disneyland -- Pictorial Souvenir (1993) by Walt Disney Company1993
Disneyland 1955: In Natural Color by tkreprint of Natural Color 1955

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Series description

Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California, to the general public on July 18, 1955 after a televised press preview on July 17. However, even before the park opened there were pictorial souvenir guide books available for purchase. The titles remained similar over the years but the photos included evolved over time to represent the attractions a guest might see that day.
Most guides have copyright dates or date codes but a few can only be estimated by the attractions which were included inside. Please be careful if combining editions.

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