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A book to be shared by adults and children featuring two sets of text designed for easy reading. Text is accompanied by sketches drawn by one of Disney's veteran illistrators, Carson Van Osten. The cover art of Walt Disney was painted by Bob Byerley, America's leading artist of children at play. The story tells about the milestones in Walt Disney's life using a series of barns that actually existed. A sub-theme is the importance of every family saving their own history for future generations. The postscript suggests ways to begin the process of saving family stories. A basic family tree diagram is included at the front of the book.
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Michael Broggie is the award-winning author of "Walt Disney's Railroad Story," which won the coveted Benjamin Franklin Gold Medal as the best biography in 1998. This 432 page book is considered by many as the definitive story of how Walt Disney created Disneyland. In addition to writing, Michael lectures nationally on Disney history and is the founding chairman of the Carolwood Pacific Historical Society, a membership organization that manages Walt's Barn at the Los Angeles Live Steamers facility in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California.
Michael is currently researching and writing the history of Disneyana merchandise.
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Book Description Donning Company Publishers, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111578641527
Book Description Donning Company Publishers, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1578641527