File:Braniff Operations and Maintenance Base Architectural Rendering.jpg

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English: Luckman & Pereira design in graphical form prior to construction. Building located at 7701 Lemmon Avenue on the east side of Dallas Love Field. In 2012, the City of Dallas Aviation Department filed a petition to demolish the building. No public hearing has been held.
Source Original publication: 1957
Immediate source: University of Texas at Dallas Special Collection Archives
Author Braniff International Airways
(Life time: 1989)
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Camera location32° 59′ 13.8″ N, 96° 44′ 52.2″ W  Heading=86.667742° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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