Runaway Expansion of S.F. Airport
Late 20th Early 21st Century
22.625 in HIGH x 16 in WIDE
(57.47 cm HIGH x 40.64 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Waller Press" followed by the GAU (#192) logo printed vertically in black at the bottom right corner.

Poster has black ink printed on yellowed newspaper. Text at the top reads "from the folks who brought you freeways, bay fill, smog, and highrises" follwoed by larger text reading "runaway expansion of S.F. airport". Beneath the title are three lines of text. At the right near the middle id a text box illustrating a windshield text along with text on exhaust pollution from airplanes in San Mateo. Centered near the middle of the poster is a text box with a bulleted list in two columns of what the airport expansion will mean for San Francisco and San Mateo taxpayers. At image at the left middle shows cars sitting in traffic on the freeway (UPI photo). The rest of the text is divided into five columns with the following headlines: "how will people get to the airport?". "how much noise?", "how much air pollution", "heads they win, tails you lose", "who asked you?", and "what can you do?" At the end of the last column on the right near the bottom is "San Francisco Ecology Center" and their directors'' names in italics. At the bottom of the poster is a dotted line separating it from the rest of the poster content. Beneath the line are five columns with addresses and pre-written requests/donations for readers to fill out and send to stop the airport expansion.
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