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A New Bookstore For Berkeley!

Later this week a new bookstore will be opening in Berkeley.This is good news after so many stores are closed and gone.Here’s the press release:

William Stout Books will open for business at 1605 Solano Avenue (at the corner of Tacoma) in Berkeley on September 15th.

William Stout Architectural Books, a venerable San Francisco institution for 35 years, is opening a new branch in Berkeley. Expanding their scope, William Stout Books on Solano Avenue will specialize in new, used, and out-of-print architecture, photography, fine arts, landscape design books, and the decorative arts.

Matthew Swiezynski, longtime staff member at the San Francisco shop, will become the manager of the new location.William Stout is a recognized authority on rare architectural books and related ephemeral material. In addition to his two book shops in San Francisco, for past 15 years he has published architectural, design and landscape design books through his publishing company William Stout Publishers, located in Richmond, CA. William Stout Publishers, has co-published with The Environmental Design Archives at UC-Berkeley and other major universities.

Recognizing the vibrant book community in the East Bay, William Stout Books will add yet another dimension to the Berkeley book scene.

See also »Berkeleyside article 

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