Today, we have a collection of vintage cups from Disneyland. These cups were used for serving beverages at various restaurants throughout the park. Like the matchbooks from my earlier posts this month, I acquired these during routine visits to the park, both as a kid and as a teenager. They are in relatively good shape considering their age.
In the photo above, we have two wax-coated paper cups with the same graphics, but with two slightly different color schemes. The one on the left is from the early to mid eighties, while the one on the right is older and was used through the seventies.
The next pic shows the back and front of a cup that was used during the park's 25th birthday celebration in 1980. Again, this is a wax-coated paper cup.
Below, we have a cup from 1984, the year that Donald Duck was celebrating his 50th birthday.
I don't remember the date of the Cafe Orleans cup below, but I would guess it is from the early to mid-eighties. The cup on the right is made of styrofoam and was used for hot beverages during the park's 30th birthday, in 1985. At that time, PSA Airlines was the sponsor of the CircleVision Theater ("World Premiere CircleVision") in Tomorrowland.
And last up today, we have a pic showing the front and back of another cup from the park's 30th birthday year. It has the same 30th birthday logo as the one above, but this one is made of wax-coated paper and would have been used for cold beverages.