uispeccoll:

As it turns out, we have quite a few Sherlock Holmes related cookbooks in the Szathmary culinary collection.  Here’s one from “Mrs. Hudson.”  Enjoy!

The Sherlock Holmes cookbook, by Mrs Hudson / compiled by Fanny Cradock ; ill. by Val Biro.  London : Allen, c1976. TX717 .C687 1976 

See it in the catalog.

Esteemed sundries!

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shirtigo:

Night Burgers

shirtigo:

Night Burgers

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It turns out this is in Scranton! I went home, saw it, and thought “I recognize this from tumblr.”

It turns out this is in Scranton! I went home, saw it, and thought “I recognize this from tumblr.”

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uispeccoll:

whitesparrowbindery:

Corner Repair
The corners on the cover of this book were badly worn.  The cover material had worn away and the binder’s board was delaminating.  I inserted adhesive between each layer of board, and then dried it under pressure.  Then I adhered a custom-dyed Japanese paper over the exposed area of board.  


That’s a great GIF!

uispeccoll:

whitesparrowbindery:

Corner Repair

The corners on the cover of this book were badly worn.  The cover material had worn away and the binder’s board was delaminating.  I inserted adhesive between each layer of board, and then dried it under pressure.  Then I adhered a custom-dyed Japanese paper over the exposed area of board.  

That’s a great GIF!

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strandbooks:

Underlined and annotated passage Siddharthaby Hermann Hesse, page 115.

CynWhy? – Naive Melody (52 plays)

cynwhy:

I made a thing today!!

I love this, Cyn.

pricebullington:

3D

pricebullington:

3D

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emilyisobsessed:

Leslie Knope tries impressions and accents

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artmonia:

Book Art by  Thomas Allen.

LOVE these.

vintageanchorbooks:

“There  are the those whose own vulgar normality is so apparent and stultifying  that they strive to escape it. They affect flamboyant behaviour and  claim originality according to the fashionable eccentricities of their  time. They claim brains or talent or indifference to mores in desperate  attempts to deny their own mediocrity.”  ― Katherine Dunn, Geek Love

vintageanchorbooks:

“There are the those whose own vulgar normality is so apparent and stultifying that they strive to escape it. They affect flamboyant behaviour and claim originality according to the fashionable eccentricities of their time. They claim brains or talent or indifference to mores in desperate attempts to deny their own mediocrity.”

― Katherine Dunn, Geek Love