The Library of Congress's National Film Registry has a mandate to preserve "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant films." It is an exclusive club that few films belong to. Well, now a home movie has been added to the list: Robbins Barstow's 1956 Disneyland Dream. The Home & Amateur blog explains, "The Barstow family films a memorable home movie of their trip to Disneyland. Robbins and Meg Barstow, along with their children Mary, David and Daniel were among 25 families who won a free trip to the newly opened Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., as part of a ‘Scotch Brand Cellophane Tape’ contest sponsored by 3M. Through vivid color and droll narration (”The landscape was very different from back home in Connecticut”), we see a fantastic historical snapshot of Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Catalina Island, Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios and Disneyland in mid-1956." You can watch it over at The Internet Archive.