As many of you know, this is the 40th anniversary of the New York World's Fair and, therefore, the anniversary of the Carousel of Progress, It's a Small World, Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, and what remains of the Magic Skyway on the Disneyland Railroad. One thing that has always disappointed me was the lack of good images from the INTERIORS of the attractions (particularly Progressland and The Ford Wonder Rotunda). You may know Bill Cotter from his incredible book about Disney Television, but he also happens to be a huge world's fair fan and had the foresight to take voluminous photos of the pavilions. He offers these on assorted CDs via ebay....15 in all! Though I've been tempted to purchased them, I was really ONLY interested in the Disney pavilions and the prospect of buying them all was an expensive venture. So I emailed him and requested a "Disney-only" version for those of us Disney fans who would like a nice photo collection of the Disney pavilions. His response was rather positive and he said he would email me soon to let me know the status. If you might be interested in such a collection, give me a shout out and I'll let you know when I hear from him. In the meantime, please check out his website (www.billcotter.com) to see what he offers in the way of vintage Disneyland photos on CD and supplements to his book. Also, if you are curious about the fair, please check out Bill Young's website www.nywf64.com. It's an excellent site and features wonderful pieces by our very own Eric Paddon.