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Las Vegas Charter Service from Lockheed Air Terminal, circa 1945-1950. "The Lucky Las Vegas" was piloted by Paul Mantz who looks on as actress Gail Russell waves goodbye. Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Lockheed Vice President Carl B. Squier (pictured right) talking with Howard Hughes in the Main Street Lockheed Air Terminal, ca. 1940. Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Max Rauch, Manager of the Airport Barber Shop at the Hollywood-Burbank Airport. Coralie Hewitt Tillack remembers him as "...barber extraordinaire from 1941 until 1972, and confidant of clientele who came to the terminal for a haircut, a shave, and Max's special type of therapy, the art of listening." Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Hollywood Way, looking south, approaching Lockheed Air Terminal in 1944. Camouflage is visible on the roof of the plant. On the left is the Vega Plant which was the first plant to use fluorescent lighting. Sign for the Skyroom Cafe is on the left; the Terminal Drive-In is on the right. Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Jean Brockway, Field Accessible Computer Terminal System (FACTS) operator for the Glendale Police demonstrates this new technology, July, 1977. Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Good Humor Ice Cream truck with the salesman at Lockheed Air Terminal during World War II. His truck advertises that he sells War Bonds. Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection.