Dedication of Los Angeles International Airport — then named Mines Field — in June 1930.
How did LAX emerge from the bean fields of Westchester? Find out in L.A. as Subject’s latest KCET contribution, “From Mines Field to LAX: The Early History of L.A. International Airport.”

Dedication of Los Angeles International Airport — then named Mines Field — in June 1930.

How did LAX emerge from the bean fields of Westchester? Find out in L.A. as Subject’s latest KCET contribution, “From Mines Field to LAX: The Early History of L.A. International Airport.”

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    Dedication of Los Angeles International Airport — then named Mines Field — in June 1930.
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