The only part of the General Electric's Progressland to make it to Disneyland was the Carousel of Progress, which became America Sings and is now currently home to Innoventions.
The Disney Legends that signed this book are as follows, starting at the top:
Robert Henry (Bob) Gurr - designer who worked on all four Disney produced World's Fair shows including working on the ride systems for both Small World and Ford's Magic Skyway as well as the internal mechanisms for the Lincoln figure
Richard Sherman - songwriter who along with his brother Robert wrote the iconic song "it's a small world" but also my personal favorite, "It's A Great Big, Beautiful Tomorrow" for the Carousel of Progress which was part of Progressland
Rolly Crump - best known for creating the stunning Tower of The Four Winds in front of the "it's a small world" at the World's Fair but was the designer for Ford's Magic Skyway and also the art director for it's a small world
Alice Davis - costume designer who created all the costumes for the figures for "it's a small world."
Blaine Gibson - sculpted all four shows including his most famous creation, Abraham Lincoln for the Illinois Pavilion.
Marty Sklar - writer of concepts, narrations and publications for the Ford, G.E. and Small World shows.