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Frontierland Entrance

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Title

Frontierland Entrance

Description

The principal subject is a fort. Its semblance is very military. It has a grand palisade made of wooden poles filed to points. On its left side are protruding poles that bear different flags. In the center of the camp on a very tall and imperial pole reigns the American flag. The setting is very symmetrical. On both sides of the camp are two large trees, more trees can be seen further inwards. On the outside of the palisade is a bridge that is flanked by vegetation. And a small moat. A lone goose or swan with black and dusk grey feathers swims in the green water. On the bridge people are walking into the camp. A log horizontally placed over the entrance holds a swinging sign that reads Frontierland.
A wooden cabin-like entrance greets families at Disney's Frontierland. As guests' approach the amusement park, they are met by a small pond, surrounded by lots of greenery and home to a black swan. A woman stands at the bridge admiring it. Lining the fence are various flags leading to the American flag in the middle of the frame.

Date

February 21st, 1[9]160

Rights

Under Copyright

Format

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

PC-GC 7-1349

Postcard Item Type Metadata

Card Title

Frontierland Entrance

Material

Orientation

Classification

Genre

Writing on Card (Yes or No)?

Coloring

Type of image

Printed Text (Back)

Disneyland
Walt Disney Productions
The Magic Kingdom

Disneyland Inc., Anaheim, California

Post Card
Pray for {peace]

Frontierland entrance
The saga of the West is relived in Frontierland as guests enter a fort which is a replica of one which linked the American Frontiers together.

Frontierland [above an illustration of a police boat that has a rifle point up on its stern, a large star that reads Sheriff completes the image.]

User-Added Text (Back)

BC [hoo] [yot]
Feb ~9-60

Hello Folks. Thanks for that you sent while I was in the hospital. We went to Disney [loved] on [I] [hours]. I am staying only 2 miles for there. Yours.
Roy.

Mr & Mrs. Joy [Grodnough]
Lyons N.Y.
Wayne. R.D.

Stamp (Yes or No)?

Price of Stamp

3 cents

Postmarked Yes or No

Postmark Location

Santa [Anaheim], [California]

Postmark Date

February 21st, [1960]

Card Addressed (Yes or No)?

Address

Mr & Mrs. Joy [Grodnough]
Lyons N.Y.
Wayne. R.D.

Archivist's Comment

SZ entered 6-10-18. How could one send a postcard and address it to a location without including the numbers or streets? I found that to make no sense.
AK edited 6-12-18

Collection

Citation

Disney Land Walt Disney Productions, “Frontierland Entrance,” FSU Card Archive, accessed June 23, 2018, http://fsucardarchive.org/items/show/6309.