Sea-Tac International Airport "...was constructed by the Port of Seattle in 1944 to serve civilians of the region, after the U.S. military took control of Boeing Field for use in World War II. The Port received $1 million from the Civil Aeronautics Administration to build the airport, and $100,000 from the City of Tacoma." (Link 3.) This airport included a chapel.
From the Seattle Times Archives, 1992.
"At Sea-Tac, A Journey Of The Spirit, Too -- Chaplain Tends To Vast Airport's Travelers, Workers
Airport Chapel and Meditation Room, 2013.
Photos: Taken in 2013 by SW.
Link 1: http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=19921231&slug=1532867
Link 2: http://www.nccac.us/SeattleTakoma.htm
Link 3: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle%E2%80%93Tacoma_International_Airport
Link 4: http://www.woodsidebrasethgallery.com/artists/johsel-namkung/
(Note: In the fall of 2016 I was at SEATAC Airport and noticed that the chapel
was no longer there. I asked an employee about it. She said it hadn't
been there for about a year because of remodeling of the airport. But
she said she thought it would be relocated when the remodeling was