1. overcome by a strong emotion due to a letterhead design.
Edited by me, Shaun Usher. I also run Letters of Note.
David Bowie, 1966 | Source
Letterhead used by David Bowie in 1966, a few months after changing his name from David Jones. 8 years later, his stationery looked like this.
Walt Disney, 1940 | Source
Letterhead used by Walt Disney himself in March, 1940, a few weeks after Pinocchio premièred in the US.
Previously featured Disney letterheads: Peter Pan; Alice in Wonderland; Fantasia; Jungle Book; Wonderful World of Color; Silly Symphony.
Back to the Future, 1985 | Source
Studio letterhead used during production of Back to the Future in the mid-’80s.
Dick Gregory, 1970 | Source
Letterhead used by comedian and activist Dick Gregory in the 1970s.
Jayne Mansfield, 1956 | From the Collection of Larry Rivers
The personal letterhead of Hollywood star Jayne Mansfield – as used in 1956, 11 years before her death at the age of 34.