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Fourteen years ago Dublin, California was a crossroads on U.S. 50 and Highway 21. The population was less than 1,000 (most of them cows). Today Dublin is the crossroads of Interstate Highways 580 and 680 with a population over 25,000 people. We now have fifteen gas stations, six supermarkets, two department stores, and a K-Mart. And we're still growing.

1972 (print 1998)

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  • Medium

    Gelatin silver print

  • Accession number


  • Dimensions

    Paper: 8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm)

  • Credit

    The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
    Gift of Gary A. Richwald, MD, MPH in memory of Ann and Marvin Richwald