In my Wilde essay in this week's New Yorker, I mention the Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop, which closed in 2009, after a historic four-decade run in Greenwich Village. In the online collection of the New York Public Library I found two photos of Craig Rodwell, the founder of the store. The first appears to date from 1971 (you can see Wilde's letters on the top shelf on the left), the second from 1973-74; both are by Kay Tobin Lahusen. Rodwell passed away in 1993. It always makes me happy to see the OSCAR WILDE sticker on the inside flap of one of my books — notably, a copy of Eve Sedgwick's Epistemology of the Closet that my shivering younger self bought in 1990.