Crane & Co.

More than 200 years ago, Stephen Crane decided to make a statement. And it wasn’t with his fashion forward breeches or well-groomed mutton chops. It was with his Liberty Paper Mill, named so just two years after the British occupied Boston – and just five miles away. A tres bold move, if we do say so ourselves. Today, Crane & Co. still calls Dalton home, our 100 percent cotton paper still incites swoons, and we’re still making bold statements. Still not with breeches.
Tools of the trade.

Tools of the trade.

Reason #577 why we love classic correspondence: Family stationery…

Reason #577 why we love classic correspondence: Family stationery…

Precision…

Precision…

Reason #303 why we love classic correspondence: A most charming motif…

Reason #303 why we love classic correspondence: A most charming motif…

From our archives: Art Deco perfection courtesy of this dainty folded note with an all-lowercase monogram on pink stock with a white border.

From our archives: Art Deco perfection courtesy of this dainty folded note with an all-lowercase monogram on pink stock with a white border.

Reason #409 why we love classic correspondence: Copper ink on navy blue paper.

Reason #409 why we love classic correspondence: Copper ink on navy blue paper.

Reason #805 why we love classic correspondence: The monarch card.

Reason #805 why we love classic correspondence: The monarch card.

Did you know we tie about 4,000 ribbons each week?

Did you know we tie about 4,000 ribbons each week?

Out to dry.

Out to dry.

From our archives, personalized stationery fit for a 1950s Hollywood starlet…

From our archives, personalized stationery fit for a 1950s Hollywood starlet…