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    Walt Disney World - Background and Philosophy Employee Booklet (Walt Disney, 1967). A very rare inter-office communication booklet created by WED Imagineering for employees working on Walt Disney World. This 115-page booklet features an introductory page by Imagineer Marty Sklar who writes that the main purpose of this book is to provide the "philosophy" of the Disneyland-style theme park so that it can be applied towards Walt Disney World. The booklet is dated September 21, 1967 inside the front cover. The booklet contains a variety of documents, quotes, information, and other materials that span the life of Disneyland from its earliest planning days in 1953 until this booklet was created in 1967. The booklet measures 11" x 8.5" and is housed in a frame of 9.75" x 12.25" with a removable back to access the booklet. Frame is sold as-is. The booklet is in Very Good condition. From the MacLaughlin Family Disney Collection.

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