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Blast from the Past: 1950s Seguin Newspaper Article

by Imagineer Harriet on 03/16/11

Here is a little glimpse into Harriet's pre-Disney life in an article from the Seguin, TX newspaper, "Seguin Girl In Hollywood". In this early 1950s article Harriet was already making her hometown proud with her work in props, modeling and a potential Hollywood career. Of course it didn't work out exactly, but we're so glad she didn't become an actress and instead went on to be the first female Imagineer for Disney! Enjoy this fun blast from the past!

Cheers,

Pam Burns-Clair and team

"Seguin Girl in Hollywood" Article

Comments (3)

1. jim sarno said on 3/17/11 - 06:58AM
Just love this! She was a GREAT actor. Our world was her stage, she always had me completely entertained, even till this day! Now that's an Actress!
2. Haley Clair said on 4/9/11 - 05:53AM
What a BABE!!! she was so stunning!
3. JohnPatrick said on 7/20/11 - 06:36AM
"Feminine pulchritude" says it all. I can see Harriet as Madame Esmeralda on Main Street greeting all the guests and walkabouts, and giving them good fortune in their lives as well as a good laugh and some quick witt.


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