Mickey Mouse was born in 1902, the same year as Walt Disney, the creator of Disney films and the first person ever to direct a live-action film.
But in 1902 the Mouse was an orphan.
As Mickey Mouse, he faced a number of challenges, from being shunned by his peers to being ostracized by his family.
He eventually earned a place at the local high school, and was a star player on the baseball team.
But as Mickey Mouse became an adult, he became a victim of the Great Depression, which had affected the American economy.
The Depression was a time of tremendous unemployment, with many people unable to work due to the Great Recession, and unemployment hit an all-time high of more than 30%.
Many of the children Mickey Mouse helped in his youth and youth were unable to return to school due to unemployment.
In the 1920s, Mickey Mouse and his friends founded the Mouse Club to raise funds for school supplies, toys, and to support their growing family.
The Mouse Club, which became known as the Mickey Mouse Club of America, became an institution that would help rebuild the American family, helping the families of those lost in the Great War.
In 1931, Disney was born, and Mickey Mouse grew up as one of the main characters of the Disney film.
Mickey Mouse has always been a part of the family, and has often been seen in Mickey Mouse-themed costumes.
Disney is famous for creating iconic characters, and it is rare to see one that is not a Disney property.