Sorry for my opaque post.
In the same Kelleher envelope with the hardbound Levy catalog I rec'd was an 8" x 10" paperback about 80 pages in length (it is unpaginated, so that is an est).
An introductory page explains that this production is a "reprint" of what was Mr. Levy's personal album. Kelleher photographed it, then superimposed lot numbers on what they were selling. Some of the pages and facing commentary/explanation by Levy are quite interesting for his approach.
Here are some quick photos.
No Scott numbers, and a big effort to arrange things to elucidate what was happening to create the various types.... This is what I tried to denote by my word "quirky," although I should hasten to add that absolutely no disrespect was intended. "Highly personal" would have been a better choice on my part.
the page holding his Pan-Am inverts and facing page with commentary which I mentioned in my post
a representative album page,
last a facing page with album page holding some of his 1851-57 1c Franklins.