Photograph of the arrival lobby at the Los Angeles International Airport, in May 1961. People wait on rows of cushioned seats in the center of the lobby. Right of center stand three concrete posts that extend from floor to ceiling. Another two can be seen at the leftmost background. In the background is a phone booth area where several coin-operated phones are divided into small cubicles. A man and woman stand together in the narrow space of one of these at center. In the left part of the background, a staircase leads from this floor to a higher level. In the rightmost background, a man in light-colored clothes pushes a cart.; Photoprint reads: "Portion of public level in one of the six spacious satellite buildings where passengers will arrive and depart at the new Los Angeles International Airport Jet-age terminal. Each building has approximately 55,000 square feet of floor space, and offers such accommodations as an attractive first-class restaurant, a coffee shop, cocktail bar, news-gift stand, waiting room and check stand, as well as access to the ten plane positions which encircle the structure. From Peggy G. Hereford, Public Relations Director, Department of Airports, #1 World Way, L.A. 45 Spring 6-0060".