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THE PAST STARTS NOW

Dublin is a young city with an old history. Help us collect and preserve it for ourselves and future generations

WHO ARE WE?

The Dublin Historic Society is a nonprofit organization. For 40 years we have supported the heritage and history of the City of Dublin and surrounding areas. Becoming a member, donor or sponsor of this organization is a benefit to residents, visitors, and businesses within our community. Your support of Dublin’s history and heritage says volumes about you or your business. Your support of Dublin’s history and heritage says volumes about you or your business.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DUBLIN

Although the history of Dublin is long and winding, this year we will be celebrating the 40s birthday since Dublin became an official city. Don’t miss out on celebrating the big day. Check our events calendar and join our email news and be the first to know.

SCHEDULED EVENTS

Please join us for these local events to celebrate our town together

DUBLIN PHOTO GALLERY

Enjoy photos telling the history of Dublin

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Dublin Historical Society of California

1 week 3 days ago

We're happy to announce there is a wonderful new video about Dublin's history. You can see "Dublin: The Making of a City by going to

Dublin Historical Society of California

2 weeks 4 days ago

A local history mystery for the end of July and the beginning of August.

Dublin Historical Society of California is in Dublin, California.

3 weeks 5 days ago

Ever wonder how Gleason Drive got its name? It is named after Alameda County Sheriff H. P. Gleason, who served from 1940 through 1963. #dublinca

Dublin Historical Society of California is in Dublin, California.

1 month 1 week ago

Dublin 40th Anniversary Art winners on display at the Civic Center. Congratulations to all of them. #dublinca #dublincahistory

Dublin Historical Society of California is at Dublin/Pleasanton station.

1 month 2 weeks ago

A little known memorial to Dublin’s first mayor who went on to have a huge impact on local transportation. As a BART director he helped