My friend and MiceChatter Peoplemover1, recently got ahold of a vintage Disneyland postcard and was kind enough to give it to me - but it's not like any other postcard. Walt Disney's Dial Guide to Disneyland serves as nothing short of your own personal 1974 Tour Guide to the Magic Kingdom, and also, a neat little keepsake you can drop off in one of Disneyland's many mailboxes and send to your friends and family back home.
With pink dots on a white paper wheel, you spin the wheel to the numbered attraction you're interested in, and a pink dot handily highlights it's location on the Park map. One the backside of the Dial Guide to Disneyland, there is a list of attractions, and their corresponding numbers, for guests to easily search for their attraction on the frontside's map. There is also a small window for the wheel on the back which highlights information on your selected attraction.
Also, on the back is a place for a stamp, and your mailing info, so Aunt Lillian back in Missouri can enjoy a little piece of Disneyland while you're on vacation.
Here are some scans of this very neat and interesting piece of Disneyland history and memorabillia. Enjoy!
WALT DISNEY'S DIAL GUIDE TO DISNEYLAND
FRONT CLOSE-UP - LEFT
FRONT CLOSE-UP - RIGHT
BACK CLOSE-UP - LEFT
BACK CLOSE-UP - RIGHT