Sunday, May 10, 2015


San Francisco, 

Interfoliata is the technical term for items that are found between the pages of rare books. These unexpected discoveries often add a fascinating dimension to the volume, telling us something about its history. Such is the case for this reservation book from Bergez-Frank’s Old Poodle Dog in 1908, the year it reopened in San Francisco after the Great Earthquake and Fire. Interesting in its own right, the book contains eighteen pieces of paper randomly scattered between its pages, revealing small details about the operation of this restaurant and its clientele.