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Sweltering sidewalks: catching the heat in 1970s America – in pictures

In his essay for McDonough’s book, Headed West, Albert Mobilio writes: ‘On several trips to California and other points around the country throughout the 1970s and into the 80s, New York-based photographer Paul McDonough brought his streetwise eye to parking lots, pools, sidewalks, gas stations, and parks where he trained his camera mostly on young people sunbathing, skateboarding, hanging out on corners, lounging against cars’


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