Perhaps you do not have a pamphlet by Richard Astro about Ed Ricketts. But very likely you have something of the kind:
the program from a long-remembered concert,
the menu from the restaurant where you celebrated your 25th (or 1st) wedding anniversary,
your guide book from The Uffizi.
You get the picture.
Get whatever it is out of the drawer, shoe box, bag in the garage and put it out where it can inspire your memory, and introduce that memory to your friends.
This version features two panes of glass vertically and spaced apart enough to nestle the pamphlet. Between the glass, the pamphlet rest on a sliding bar that allows one to pop the contents up for ready access.
Obviously, since your keepsake is exposed to ambient conditions, this display isn’t suitable for your Gutenberg Bible; it is for your treasures which embody sentimental rather than monetary value.
Natch, your version will be tailored in style, shape, tone and gravitas to fit your personal tastes.