20 Famous Letterheads From The Desks of 20 Famous Letterheads

Letterheads are one of the oldest forms of professional and personal stationery. Not only do they announce a person or organization's name and address, they invite you there, to the penner's most private space: their desk. You can tell a lot from a person's letterhead. The font, stock, ink, and design are like a palm reading on paper. To receive correspondence on letterhead is an invitation to read more than just words, it's a token of time and space - a sign that you have been written into someone's history.

And since April is National Letter Writing Month, what better way to celebrate than to rifle through the internet desks of some of the most famous letter senders ever? So without further ado, here's some of the most interesting personal stationery we could scrounge up from past and present. 






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Marilyn Monroe, 1958






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Princess Diana, 1997






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Marcel Marceau, 1994






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David Bowie





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Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, 1961





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Ray Charles





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Queen





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Frank Lloyd Wright





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Lena Dunham





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Helen Gurley Brown, 1971





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Muppets, Inc., 1963





Charles D'Angelo

Richard Simmons





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The Church of Scientology, 1976





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MTV Animation, 1995





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Albert Einstein, 1932






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Adolf Hitler, 1943-1945





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John Denver





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J.K. Rowling, 2009





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Back to the Future, 1985





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Andy Warhol




 

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