The interior of the Pan Am terminal, now Miami's City Hall, as it was in the mid 1930s. Crowds gathered to watch the planes, greet travelers, and marvel at the globe, made by Rand McNally.
The interior of the Pan Am terminal, now Miami's City Hall, as it was in the mid 1930s. Crowds gathered to watch the planes, greet travelers, and marvel at the globe, made by Rand McNally. Miami Herald archives
The interior of the Pan Am terminal, now Miami's City Hall, as it was in the mid 1930s. Crowds gathered to watch the planes, greet travelers, and marvel at the globe, made by Rand McNally. Miami Herald archives

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