1. overcome by a strong emotion due to a letterhead design.
Edited by me, Shaun Usher. I also run Letters of Note.
Frank Lloyd Wright, 1932 | Source
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s business letterhead, as used in 1932; seven years later, it looked like this. See also, Wright’s slightly manic, personal letterhead from 1946.
Queen, 1991 | Source
Queen letterhead used by Brian May in 1991, shortly after the death of Freddie Mercury.
See also: Queen letterhead from 1973.
Marlon Brando, 1963 | Source
Robert Bloch, 1985 | Kindly submitted by A. Kearns
Fantastic Bates Motel letterhead, as used for many years by Robert Bloch, author of Psycho.
John Steinbeck, 1958 | Source