Weekly Review: July 15 – 19, 2019

Hello, everyone!

Pack Mules – Rainbow Ridge Pack Mules from Disneyland? Riding stagecoaches, ponies, carts pulled by goats, and seeing animals like buffalo.

Story Land – statues of Little Miss Muffet, Woman in the Shoe, Cat and the Fiddle. Mock-up of a village found in a fairy tale, Rocket Rides, and carousel.

Africa USA – Safari tour (ostrich, camels, zebras, donkeys, giraffes) and garden tour.

Miami Seaquarium – dolphin show and diver helmet.

Dressel’s Farm – New Paltz, New York (mini train ride, Merry-Go-Round, pony rides).

Freedomland USA – tuba band, San Francisco (1906) portion of the park, burning cabin.
The Great Plains (1803-1900) – Borden’s Barn Boudoir and Elsie the Cow. Chicago (1871) – The Chicago Fire, The Great Plains (1803-1900) The Mule-Go-Round, San Francisco (1906) – Chun King gateway in Chinatown, Northwest Fur Trapper, New Orleans-Mardi Gras – Spin-A-Top, Civil War, Satellite City-The Future – Space Ship, Little Old New York (1850–1900) – family waiting in line for Horseless Carriage (1909 model Cadillac) ride.

Second family: Downtown Lucerne, Switzerland (Jesuit Church, bridge over the Reuss River, Zunfthaus zu Pfistern Restaurant), Paris, France (Family pose for picture with Eiffel tower in the background, Luxor Obelisk, Place de la Concorde, Notre-Dame de Paris, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, artists, girl gets a portrait made of her), Busch Gardens (petting miniature horses, Stanley Falls Flume, Swinging Vines), Swissminiatur in Melide (miniature Shell sponsored train, miniature cable cars), Venice, Italy – taking gondola ride (Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute in the background), William Tell Monument in Altdorf, Canton of Uri, Switzerland.

Third family: 1958 Chevrolet Nomad, 1958 Chevrolet Impala, 22. Dodge City, Kansas – Boot Hill Cemetery Museum entrance, reconstructed shops on Front Street at the Boot Hill Museum, hanging tree, graves (Tom Clark, Little Joe Blackburn, others).


Author: 57r3l574d

I am currently a Graduate Student at the University of Central Florida and simultaneously employed by the university library's Special Collections and University Archives as a Other Personnel Service (OPS) Student. Expected to graduate in 2019 with a History MA - Public History Track.

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