I am trying to figure something out for my grandma and I heard this was THE place for Disney info. Hope someone here can point me in the right direction. Here's the story
My great grandfather was an editor for Walt Disney way back when (1949 or before), Walt was also a friend of his. In fact, My dad was given a banjo, by my great grandfather, that Walt drew Steamboat Willie on - which Walt had given to my great grandfather. But that is another story . When Disneyland first opened, the people who had attended on the opening day, or maybe a day before, we're given these "lifetime passes". My grandmother and her brother had received one each. She had lost whatever it is that she was given as this "lifetime pass". Kids and their ability to lose good stuff, right?! Anyway, is there a record of who got them? Is there anyway to reunite her with this? My great grandfather died about 20 years ago, my great grandmother has just recently passed and her brother passed a few years back. I thought I would partake on this journey to bring back a happy memory to her.
If there is a better place on this forum to direct the question, please let me know. I figured this was the obvious place to start. Thanks in advance!