I. Magnin & Company was a San Francisco, California-based, high fashion and specialty goods luxury department store. Over the course of its existence, it expanded across the West into Southern California and the adjoining states of Arizona, Oregon, and Washington. In the 1970s under Federated Department Stores ownership, the chain entered the Chicago, Illinois, and Washington, DC, metropolitan areas. Mary Ann Magnin founded the company in 1876 and named the chain after her husband, Isaac. The chain's flagship San Francisco store was located next to Macy’s California flagship on Union Square.
The Joseph Magnin Company was a high-end specialty department store founded in San Francisco, California by Joseph Magnin.
Trans World Airlines (TWA) renamed TWA Airlines LLC in 2001 was a major U.S.-based airline with hubs in St. Louis and New York (JFK), with focus cities in Kansas City, Missouri; Atlanta, Georgia; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Los Angeles, California. The airline operated from 1930 until it was acquired by American Airlines in 2001.