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SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The story of William Stout Books

12:52 PM PDT on September 25, 2009

"William Stout, owner of San Francisco's eponymous bookstore, William Stout Architectural Books—and, as of late September, SPUR's new neighbor—will tell the story of his store, which first opened as an urban salon for local architects in 1978. He'll also talk about his publishing arm—which has produced books on architecture, urbanism and design theory—as well as his adventurous forays into building his own private collection of nearly 10,000 volumes."

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