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Unfinished History

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Mills Field in 1927, which eventually grew into San Francisco International Airport. Originally part of the D.O. Mills estate, which in turn was later subdivided into the town of Millbrae and the airport.

Photo: San Mateo County History Museum

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Gilded Era plutocrats: (l to r) Elizabeth Mills Reid, Whitelaw Reid (editor, New York Tribune), Darius Ogden Mills, Elihu Root (Secretary of State for President Theodore Roosevelt, Secretary of War for Roosevelt and William McKinley), J.P. Morgan (banker), and Ogden Mills, at the Mills estate in Millbrae, long before air travel, c. 1900.

Photo: provenance unknown

Waterfront property east of the Bayshore Highway before airport improvements 1927 pub 2011.032.0021 1.jpg

Waterfront property east of the Bayshore Highway before airport improvements, 1927.

Photo: courtesy San Francisco Airport Museums

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Mills Field, before it was renamed San Francisco International Airport, c. 1930s

Photo: Shaping San Francisco

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Mills Field, 1927.

Photo: Shaping San Francisco


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