Sabena, Iberia, BOAC, Alitalia, and Air France were just some of the airlines that called the International Terminal home, while arriving flights from American airlines like Pan Am and TWA would also disembark here for customs clearance. The building, designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, even featured a massive Alexander Calder mobile above the bustling atrium.
Outside, a landscaped space named "International Park" wowed with the Fountain of Liberty. Rainbow lighting schemes, 916 nozzles and water jets of up to 60 feet in height were there for the entertainment of departing and arriving passengers, as well as for those who would come out to see what was new on the tarmacsthe first jetplane spotters. Have a ground-level view of the fountain right here.
It's just a parking lot now. Sad face.
[Images: scans, Jaunted]