Disneyland opened in Anaheim, CA on this date in 1955. Having worked for The Walt Disney Company at various points in my career, I have a special fondness for all things Disney.
A recent vacation took me to Germany where I was able to visit Neuschwanstein, a castle that was “a tremendous inspiration to Walt Disney as he designed the Sleeping Beauty Castle.”*
The Walt Disney Company has a variety of businesses under its umbrella: film, television, radio, book publishing, consumer products, stores, sports, video games, travel and amusement parks are a sample of the company’s many ventures.
The Walt Disney Company website provides a history of the company and there are a number of publications found within our catalog on the company and the man, Walt Disney, himself. For tips on company research take a look at our reference guide, Doing Company Research.
Through the remainder of this month there is a display in the Science & Business Reading Room on the 5th floor of the Adams building representing the various businesses of The Walt Disney Company along with a selection of books on the topic.
*Excerpt from Adventures by Disney, Germany Family Vacation information (daily itinerary, day 8).
This is very nice picture
i like and respect and love dysney and his plots
here i found something hiding behind
if some body can expose the real beauty of the castle from different view more near
it is very surprising
any how I appreciate and promot the owner of this foto done a wonderfull jos
Dr.Karunan kannampoyili,l India
I hate the movies of Walt Disney, but i must watch them! in this world is necessary.
A stitch on time saves nine!
I’m not too fond of Disney movies, but I got to admit some of the songs are good.
I also love Disney world and land
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