For decades, Ghost Town’s Main Street was the place to go as Joe’s Saddlery offered them. You could find Joe’s at the entrance to the Pitchur Gallery in 1941, but it quickly moved next to the Post Office where it stayed until Ghost Town Alive’s newspaper moved into the facade for its local announcements. Above both locations was a wooden horse sign promoting its Harnesses. That sign moved more often than Joe’s business but finally disappeared in the late 1960s. There’s still a version of that horse on Main Street, misplaced on the front of the sheriff’s office (which doesn’t offer horse harnesses, so why is it there and not on the Livery barn?), but a new horse sign has popped up on the backstage Ghost Town expansion that was Gingerbread Lane. Find that new horse at Henry’s Livery.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".