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Vintage photos of:
Disneyland about 1967. The "vomit cups," as I recall them. Here are my indefatigable mom, still alive and kicking, my little brother and moi. These were the days of the ticket books. The letter coded rides! From what someone told me, it is now nearly $80 to be admitted to Disneyland. Kinda makes me NOT want to go. This was one of a series of my dad's crystal clear 35mm slides. Dad was a fine amateur photographer. He just had a nice touch! Of course, depending on where he sent his film to be developed, results could vary. Here's a link from a popular Disneyland site showing how the ride has changed over the years. View full size.