Photograph of six views of the National Air Races, 1936. Photograph features six distinct images presenting different views of the Los Angeles Air Races. In the upper-left corner, a man is seen seated in a small white aircraft with the number "39" painted on its side. In the background, buildings can be seen. At center-left, a small biplane turns on its side as it passes above the ground. In the background below, various vegetation can be seen. At center, the logo for the National Air Races can be seen. The logo is composed of the heads of three pilots placed atop pictures of wings. At center-right, a close-up view is given of a biplane as it lands. In the bottom-left corner, crowds watch several vehicles move across a field. At center-bottom, crowds of seated spectators turn their heads up to the sky. In the bottom-right corner, a close-up of Roscoe Turner, prize-winning pilot is given with his trophy. The upper-left corner of this image appears to be missing.