When Ed Ruscha’s first artist’s book “Twentysix Gasoline Stations” was published in 1963, the Library of Congress turned it down, noting the book’s “unorthodox form and supposed lack of information.” View materials in the archive related to the book, including snapshots of gas stations and Ruscha’s notes

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