An aerial view of airplanes flying around and landing at a small circular grass field. It is the early construction of Lindbergh Field, San Diego's international airport. One of 23 connected postcards. Each of these images is printed on paper rather than a heavier cardstock, made to fold up inside covers of card stock. This mailpiece must have been produced between 1927 (when the El Cortez Hotel pictured here was built) and 1930, when the Bank of Italy changed its name to the Bank of America. Listed as image #40 with a postcard # of 31741 in the lower right-hand corner.