The murals of Estrada Courts. If we could share, 1976, 3322 1/2 Hunter Street (near Concord Street), by Lydia Dominguez -- Dunitz, Street gallery, p. 303, # 28 AV. ""I had a dream / It was a beautiful dream / There was happiness everywhere / The Holy Spirit stood strong / And angels were serene / We were united. I dedicate this mural to Louis Garcia who shared his love, happiness, and warm friendship with many people. He was one person who gave and not only received. Of all the gifts God offers his children, love is the greatest. If only we could share. Lydia Dominguez" -- on the mural. "The murals were produced by a number of Chicano artists from Los Angeles, San Diego, and Northern California between 1972 and 1978, during the height of the Chicano civil rights and art movements" -- Estrada Courts at http://www.heritagepreservation.org/RPM/archive.html (viewed on Dec. 2, 2012).