“1955”


Einstein- was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany, he died on April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA. Einstein contributed more than any other scientist to the modern vision of physical reality. His special and general theories of relativity are still regarded as the most satisfactory model of the large-scale universe that we have.


James Dean- Born in Indiana in 1931, his portrayal of the red-coated rebel Jim Stark would strike a cord with American culture and propel him to superstardom across the world. He was the first actor to be nominated posthumously for the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in East Of Eden, but the tragedy is he died in a car accident driving his Porsche Spyder.





Davy Crockett- was a celebrated hero and was born in a small cabin on the banks of romantic Nolichucky River, near the mouth of Limestone Creek. Davy Crockett did a lot of thing in his day like Pioneer, Patriot, Soldier, Trapper, Explorer, State Legislator, Congressman, Martyred at The Alamo, and lived from 1786 – 1836.


Peter Pan- Peter Pan was a popular melding of American television and Broadway Theater, first broadcast on NBC in March 1955 and repeated annual for many years thereafter. It formed part of an ongoing series titled Producers\' Showcase, a loose rubric for high-quality dramatic presentations put together by producer Fred Coe for the network about once a month between 1954 and 1957.


Elvis Presley- Elvis Presley signs a contract with Bob Neal, who becomes his manager. And they go on to tour the country and make teens go wild. Born January 8, 1935 at 4:35 AM in a two room house in Tupelo, Mississippi. First born twin brother Jesse Garon is stillborn.


Disneyland- this is a nice group of vintage disneyland paper from 1955. This is the first year disneyland was open. The disneyland guide, measures, 9" by 6", includes a golden horseshoe musical review program and has a tanner gray line motor tours ticket stapled on the second page.