Photograph of an aerial view looking southeast on crowds at Sid Chaplin's airport at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, 1920. Dozens of cars are parked in rows in the foreground, with several airplanes parked behind them in the more open field, around which crowds of people move about. A vendor tent is visible farther up the image, near more parked cars. A billboard to the left reads "Racine Tires". Sid Chaplin, the owner, was also Charlie Chaplin's brother. The airport later came under the ownership of Emery H. Rogers.