Is there really anything better than getting something in the mail? Take advantage of the extra time social distancing is giving us and send some letters to people you love.
See below for a small selection of our expansive stationery collection.
Mail a bit of postal history. This charming set of 20 different notecards and envelopes features images of stamps from the Smithsonian's National Postal Museum. A mini mailbox with a magnetic closure that shuts with a satisfying snap houses the notecards and inspires the joy of sending letters.
• Novelty gift with charming keepsake box shaped like a classic mailbox
From Anna Marlis Burgard, author of The Beachcomber's Companion: An Illustrated Guide to Collecting and Identifying Beach Treasures, with illustrations by Jillian Ditner, comes this companion set of notecards. The Beachcomber's Companion Greeting Assortment Notecards Set from Galison includes 16 cards, 4 each of 6 different shell illustrations.
Share the magic of the ocean with this set of 20 different photographic notecards and envelopes.
Frank Lloyd Wright Designs Greeting Assortment Notecard boxed set from Galison features Wright's geometric decorative designs in bright color and gold foil stamp. This set features a sliding drawer box which includes 16 gold embellished cards in 4 decorative designs and 17 envelopes.
- 16 tent-folded cards, 17 colored envelopes, 4 designs
- Sturdy box packaging: 5.75 x 4.5"
Evoking memories of book-filled libraries, this handy notecard set reproduces the original cards used to keep track of literary classics. Enclosed in a keepsake replica card catalog box with tabbed dividers, each card features a different beloved work of literature straight from the storied collection of the Library of Congress.
An icon of American poetry, Emily Dickinson was also an avid gardener and botanist. Her knowledge of the natural world profoundly influenced her poetry, her gardens inspiring the language and metaphors of her poems.
Environmentalist, political activist, walker, tax resister, or just interested in a simpler life? If you're one or more of these, you're influenced by Henry David Thoreau, one of our most beloved writers and iconoclastic thinkers.