That's a great pic. My father was transferred from SFO to LAX in 1976 so we moved down and actually lived in Westchester. (Graduated Westchester High School in 1982). By '76, those neighborhoods south of Manchester Blvd. were gone. There used to be a Jr. High there called Airport Jr. High, but it was closed by the time I had to start Jr. High in '76, and I went to Orville Wright JHS above Manchester Blvd (we lived above Manchester on W. 85th place).. In high school, we used the old bought out and torn down section of those neighborhoods as our drivers training course.Someone asked about the underground walkwasys at LAX. I totally forgot about those,I guess now evrtying is accessible from past the ticket counters on the 2nd level, but yes, then you checked in on the ground level (I guess the 2nd level was not built until the early 80's??) I left LA in '82, so it s hard to remember.. But those walkwasy were LONG, stark white, and had NOTHING in side of them except some childrens artwork on the walls, then you took an escalator up to the terminal. Some terminals had connecting walkways to the next one. MY experience was always with Pan Am and Western (which is now where Delta is). PA was in the intl terminal (I think what is now T1 or 2 but looked completely different then) and you could literally go up to the gate and watch everyone board the plane. I do remmeber flying British Airways in 1985 from the 'new' Tom Bradley terminal, which was built to replce the old Intl terminal I assume in time for Olympics.. I don't think the 2nd level was built by '82 though, I have a pic of my flight on UTA French to Papeete and I took a snap of the outdoor signage and I dont' remember seeing that. I ll have to dig it up.. Anyway, thx to the orignal poster for this pic, it brings back memories!!