While the rest of the Disneyland guests visited the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Jungle Cruise, or the Submarine Voyage, sensible children always wanted to go to the INA Carefree Corner. Whoo hoo! "Dad, are you sure you are fully covered in case of a zombie attack?"
The Insurance Company of North America sponsored the Carefree Corner from 1956 until 1974. It was a "hospitality and guest information center", according to The Nickel Tour. There were also guest books (one for each state!) that you could sign. I believe that some of those guest books can be seen on the shelves behind the blonde. Maybe they had one BIG book for folks from other countries? I wonder if you ever received anything in the mail after signing the guest book. There are countless little INA Disneyland guidebooks out there, and a friend of mine has a first edition Disneyland map (1958) with an INA imprint.
Anyway, since this is an uncommon view, I thought that you might like to see it.