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[20 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
D23 to Bring ‘Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives’ Exhibit to Chicago

Last year, D23 gave Disney fans an exciting look at many of the Walt Disney Archives’ most iconic pieces when the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit opened at the Reagan Library in California. This week, it was announced that Midwestern Disney fans will soon be able to see the exhibit as well, as it will travel to Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry this fall.
The Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit will open at the museum on October 16, 2013 and run through February 17, 2014. Walt …

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[8 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
‘D23 Presents: Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives’ Exhibit Opens at Reagan Library

This week, a momentous occasion for Disney fans occurred, as Disney and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library officially debuted the D23 Presents: Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit. This exhibit, which is housed at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California, is the largest Disney archives exhibit in the world, giving Disney fans a look at more of the historic and legendary items in the company’s Archives than ever before.
While the exhibit officially opened to the public on Friday, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, where Walt Disney …

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[9 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Maleficent Dragon from ‘Fantasmic’ at Disneyland Transported by Truck

Did you happen to catch a glimpse of something… unusual on the L.A. freeways yesterday morning?
In preparation for D23 Presents: Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives, the Maleficent dragon head from Disneyland’s Fantasmic! nighttime spectacular was transported via truck from the resort to The Ronald Regan Presidential Library & Museum.
The dragon departed Disneyland at 6 a.m. and was on the freeways until around approximately 8:30 a.m. yesterday morning, when it was dropped off at the library in Simi Valley. The dragon will join more than 500 items on display during …