This May 20, 1929 photograph looks to the southeast from over what will become Universal City. The farmland has been cleared and some of Randolph’s initial roads have been paved, including the entrance road, later named Harmon Drive. The railroad and Seguin Road runs left to right across the top of the bottom third of the photograph. A railroad spur bends southeast from the mainline and was used to bring in building materials for the construction of the field. The farm buildings at the lower right center were located on what is now West Langley Boulevard. (USAF)

This May 20, 1929 photograph looks to the southeast from over what will become Universal City. The farmland has been cleared and some of Randolph’s initial roads have been paved, including the entrance road, later named Harmon Drive. The railroad and Seguin Road runs left to right across the top of the bottom third of the photograph. A railroad spur bends southeast from the mainline and is used to bring in building materials for the construction of the field. The farm buildings at the lower right center were located on what is now West Langley Boulevard. (USAF)

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