Considered some of the earliest forms of branding, letterhead is a fun way to look back on our history.
The history of letterhead
Considered some of the earliest forms of branding, as you can see our letterhead from the 1920s letterhead was printed on much thinner stock than what is commonly used today. (It turns out Connecticut has a rich history of paper production. Visit the Connecticut Digital Archive to learn more).
Like many businesses at the time, the 1920s version featured a lithograph of the Bank’s Main Office at 28 Main Street. While modern-day letterhead is still printed, we now also have electronic versions which are used for emails and other documents.
Stay tuned as we share more throwbacks from the past 150 years.
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