A hand silk-screened poster for the Sailing Ship Columbia attraction at Disneyland. Featuring a striking image of the Columbia sailing ship, the designs bring to life the 110-foot-long replica of the Columbia Rediviva, the first sailing ship to travel around the world. The poster, designed by acclaimed Disney artist Bjorn Aronson, references early travel posters of the 1950's and welcomes guests to "Sail Aboard the Full Rigged 3 Masted Sailing Ship" along the Rivers of America. Due to the laborious process of silk-screen printing, the park printed multiples of this poster when it was designed in 1958, and as the park displayed poster would fade and wear, a replacement would be pulled from the printed inventory. The early silk-screened posters are some of the most identifiable and vivid representations of the early park. Measuring 54"x36", the poster is in very good condition with expected edge wear around the entirety of the poster, including small tears and wrinkling. The wear in the lower right corner is the most noticeable, but overall the artifact is still highly presentable. The poster is presented in a simple, black square frame (not pictured), which has some wear with chips and scuffs in the molding and plexi.