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Disney Bookshelf: Jack Lindquist, 'Pixar Treasures' and the Walt Disney Family Museum

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by , 01-03-2011 at 08:44 PM
Happy 2011! I hope it's a great year for you.

Santa was good to me this Christmas, dropping off three excellent books that you should add to your Disney collection as well.

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[B][I]In Service to the Mouse[/I]
Jack Lindquist (with Melinda J. Combs)[/B]

For 38 years, Jack Lindquist worked for the parks division of Disney. He began his career as an advertising manager at Disneyland just months after it opened in 1955 and stayed until Mickey Mouse's 65th birthday in the fall of 1993. Most of his time was spent at Walt's original Magic Kingdom, but Jack also did a significant amount of work at Walt Disney World in the 1970s and 80s before being named Disneyland's first president in 1988. In In Service to the Mouse, Lindquist recalls some of the highlights of a four decade-long career where he rubbed elbows with celebrities, world leaders and Walt Disney himself.

[B]Full story at[/B] [url=http://www.themousecastle.com/2011/01/disney-bookshelf-jack-lindquist.html]The Mouse Castle: Disney Bookshelf: Jack Lindquist, & "Pixar Treasures" and Inside the Walt Disney Family Museum[/url]

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