Photograph of the Union Air Terminal at Burbank Airport, August, 1935. Short trees and low hedges decorate the grass yard in the foreground while automobiles sit parked around the perimeter. The long building stands at center with its tallest portion at center. What appears to be a large light sits on top of the building's tall, center portion.; Photoprints reads "Over 98,000 air travelers passed through the administration building of Union Air Terminal in 1936, ranking it as one of the busiest airports in the nation. The most beautiful airport in the west, its carefully landscaped grounds, and scenic setting give it the appearance of a country estate".