I am concerned about the care and quality of the "Fifty Year" historical display in the Main Street Opera House.
The display board for the Jungle Cruise includes a metal plate that includes text akin to, "... as illustrated here." -- The illustration alluded to was the Jungle Cruise's lost safari that is treed, thanks to the horn of a rhinoceros, with laughing jackals.
But it refers to an illustration that is NOT on display!!
Since the metal plate refers to a missing illustration, I was thinking that someone is placing "quality" on a low priority for the displays.
Granted, the metal plate is impressive.
But the error in the text of the metal plate makes me suspicious.
Did someone post a note recently that the model of 1955 Disneyland contained an error in the orientation of a building in Tomorrowland?
This might be a symptom of something greater looming.