Airplanes in front of Los Angeles Municipal Airport at Mine’s Field, July 21, 1935


Mine’s Field was the predecessor to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and is seen here surrounded by fields of wheat, barley, and lima beans

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Airplanes in front of Los Angeles Municipal Airport at Mine's Field, July 21, 1935

Here, mono- and bi-planes line up in front of the terminal buildings at the Los Angeles Municipal Airport in Westchester. The first structure built at Mine’s Field was Hangar No. 1, in 1928, and is visible as the topmost building in this image. Hangar No. 1 is on the National Register of Historic Places and still stands. The original Mine’s Field airstrip can be seen in the image looking north across the field towards the intersection of Century Boulevard and Aviation Way.

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