I've been away from my home computer for a couple of days, sorry about that! Here's an unusal look at something that I've never seen before, a temporary exhibit of Disney art for sale. This is from a "souvenir" slide, which I would ordinarily ignore, but I thought that Disneyland fans might find it of interest. The slide was in a box (which I found at Pasadena City College's swap meet) labeled "Main Street - Disneyland", "10 Mounted Color Slides". No maker's name or anything. Anyway, the color is pretty good, though the focus is soft on most of them. At least they are quite different from the later PanVue slides. And they appear to be very early, there was one other box of Tomorrowland slides, and there is no skyway pictured.
This "Artist's Exhibit" looks like an early version of the Art Corner. Since it is from a Main Street collection, I am wondering where the exhibit was located. Looks like it might be somewhere over where the Mickey Mouse Club circus was? If anybody has any info, I would love to know.