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    Walt Disney at Coney Island Photo Group (c. 1950s). A series of five original 7" x 7" photo prints of Walt Disney with Bob Dorfman, his New York head of publicity at New York's famous Coney Island amusement park. Walt visited the park during the early days of Disneyland to see how it was run, and he's seen in these photos riding the wooden roller coaster, eating cotton candy, at Nathan's eating hot dogs, and looking into a 3D vending machine. All are stamped "Photo by Kas Heppner Metropolitan Photo Service Inc." The original 8" x 10" negative and four extra prints of Walt eating cotton candy are included (one is framed with glass). Overall Fine condition. From the Bob Dorfman Collection.

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    April, 2015
    9th-10th Thursday-Friday
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