True Story: I've been traveling a bit, and I find myself constantly taking pictures of stained glass everywhere I go. (Disclaimer: I used to make stained glass pieces, mostly when I was an undergraduate and had time for this kind of hobby work, so I've always had a real interest in this area.)
In my recent travels, I took a picture of this window, and was just standing there in the nave admiring it. While standing I started chatting with someone there who mentioned that the designer of the window had written an important book on stained glass design. Sounds interesting--I'd like to read that book.
But he couldn't remember the designer's name OR the name of the book he'd written.
This was a perfect search challenge falling into my lap! So I returned to my computer and started searching for the book.
CAUTION: This is a hard problem. It took me quite a while to figure it out.
So, with that cautionary note, here's the problem for this week:
Where can I read a nearby copy of the book written by the designer of this window?
For the sake of argument, assume I'm in Mountain View, CA, and I want the copy to be as near to Mountain View as possible.
Can you figure out what the name of that book is and where I can read a copy that's somewhere near me?
As usual, please let us know how you found the answer, what search resources you used, and how long it took you to come up with the answer!