Photograph of a view of a 707 Continental Airlines jetliner with the Los Angeles International Airport behind it, September 29, 1961. In the foreground sits a plane on the south ramp of the airport's new jet age passenger terminal. The plane is marked "Continental Airlines" on its side and "Golden Jet Continental" on its tail. Behind the plane, the "great parabolic arches of futuristic theme structure form impressive backdrop" to the left. Beside it stands a tower with the number 7 on it. To the right of the background is a large car parking lot lined with street lamps. In the distance, several structures can be made out, and a residential part of the city can be seen beyond that. Photograph is from Peggy G. Hereford, Public Relations Director, Dept. of Airports #1 World Way, L.A.-9 646-5260.; Photoprint reads: "Great parabolic arches o futuristic theme structure form impressive backdrop for 707 jetliner taxiing along the south ramp of Los Angeles International Airport's new jet age passenger terminal. From Peggy G. Hereford, Public Relations Director, Dept. of Airports #1 World Way, L.A.-9 646-5260".