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San Francisco Airport Commission Meeting
KRON-TV (Television station: San Francisco, Calif.)
Date Created and/or Issued
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SFMTA Photo Archive
California Revealed from SFMTA Photo Archive
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Black and white footage taken on January 26, 1966, by KRON 4 TV news station at the San Francisco Airport Commission meeting showing a presentation to the commission on a San Francisco International Airport project with illustrations of San Francisco International Airport terminals and runways. PUC Public Utilities Commission Manager James K. Carr giving presentation from approximately 00:20 to 01:17.
Label on film can: "KRON-TV 4 / AIRPORT MEETING / NEWS 1-26-66"
moving image
Black and White
16mm film
Nonfiction films
1 Reel of 1
SFMTA Photo Archive
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