Garrett Scott


The antiquarian bookseller who considers Theophilus Gates the thinking man's Lorenzo Dow.

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Less well known was Borrow's ground-breaking collection of macros, "Romano Lavo-LOL."

Newly arrived, a little light holiday reading.

One of my favorite pieces picked up for my own wall on my recent trip east, silk screened, n. p., "Children's Class, 1974."

When are the City Fathers going to do something about the scourge of crows? Creepy creepy loud defecating crows?

Sisal! Jute! Burlap! Our hemlocks aren't just wrapped this year, they're ARTISANALLY wrapped.

Pleased to see this latest PAMPHLETEER from the resettled , who here includes a grouchy biblio-memoir.

Bacon=granola (a curious equation, at Eat, Ann Arbor).

"The 11th century was mostly dull." (60s-era basement wallpaper was not.)

Trunk loaded with three cartons of new stuff (with more to follow). Let's go home.

I'm not sure the black paint over the graffiti on the YMCA underpass is a huge aesthetic improvement. Stupid The Man.

Free desk for the taking behind Morgan & York in Ann Arbor, first come, first served!

Baldwin and Brooklyn. A blurry picture on a grassy knoll. Now more than ever!

Safety first! (Home safe from with this year's pumpkins.)

Today's infographic: enthusiasm for raking the yard as a function of time.

Catalogue 39, just back from the printer. Let me know if you need a copy!

Fighting the urge to give an edifying chalk talk, overlooking Lake Chautauqua.

This picture keeps getting sent, I will send it AGAIN. # again

What's left after you talk about books.

Yeah, we were talking about books.

Danboner? Or Dadboehner?

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