Between 1931 and 1968, Disney won 32 Academy Awards and still holds the record for most individual Academy Awards won. This includes special and technical awards. Disney's first Oscar was the first ever Academy Award for animated Short Subjects, his Silly Symphony "Flowers and Trees." That same Academy Award Ceremony in 1932, Walt was also given an Honorary Award, which was presented to him for the creation of Mickey Mouse. In 1939, Disney received a custom-made Oscar statuette for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The first ever nature documentary Academy Award was awarded to Walt in 1948 for Seal Island. Disney also holds the record for the most academy Award nominations with 59 nods. Disney, along with members of his staff, received more than 950 honors and citations from throughout the world, including 48 Academy Awards and 7 Emmys in his lifetime. In 1932, the film Flowers and Trees won Walt the first of his 32 personal Academy Awards. Walt was nominated 59 times and won 22 awards as well as 3 additional special awards and one honorary award, he had 64 total Oscars in competitive categories. By 1953, Disney had run up an incredible amount of Academy Award nominations, Disney cried onstage when he was given the Irving Thalberg Award in 1942 for the production of "Fantaisa." For the first and only time in Oscar history, one person won 4 Academy Awards for 4 different films, and it was Walt Disney.