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From the Archives: 1958 fog closure of Los Angeles International Airport

This photo by staff photographer John Malmin appeared in the Jan. 30, 1958, Los Angeles Times. The image won best metropolitan spot news photo of the year in the California-Nevada Associated Press competition. A story in the Los Angles Times on Jan. 30, 1958, reported on the fog: Fog threw a 1,000-foot-deep...

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