Photograph of people entering the headquarters building of Rocketdyne Company, 6633 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, [s.d.]. Three men, several feet apart, walk to the entrance of the Rocketdyne building. All three are dressed in suits, one is at the door, the second is on the front steps, and the third is walking through the parking lot in front of the building. The large doors are glass and plants decorate the building on either side. Men walk towards the street in the background where a car sits. A second building stands across the street with tall trees and a mountain side behind it. Photoprint reads: "HQ building - Canoga Par, "a small residential and farming community in the west San Fernando Valley", main offices, ranch, developments and manufacturing of liquid, propellant(?) rocket engines. Press release: 'High-thrust rocket engines for the arrived forces are designed, developed, and manufactured in this ultra-modern main plant of Rocketdyne, a division of North American Aviator, above. Located at Canoga Park in California's San Fernando Valley, the plant contains in addition to 316,000 square feet, engineering and warehousing facilities nearby. In the Santa Susana Mountains near Canoga Park is Rocketdyne's propulsion field laboratory, where the large, liquid-propellant rocket engines are static-fired in huge steel test stands. It is the free world's most extensive and advanced rocket research center.' -- unknown source".