Science fiction writer Ray Bradbury, a longtime Disney fan, finally goes to Disneyland.

The new appreciation of history begins with the responsibility in the hands of a man I trust, Walt Disney. In Disneyland he has proven again that the first function of architecture is to make men over make them wish to go on living, feed them fresh oxygen, grow them tall, delight their eyes, make them kind.

“The Machine-Tooled Happyland.” — Ray Bradbury, Holiday Mag, Oct. 1965