Crane Stationery - An American Tradition

Crane Stationary Collection at Overhead Station


Crane Stationery - an American Tradition 
Crane's story started over 200 years ago in 1770. The resulting Liberty Paper Mill was just five miles from Boston. With the mill’s very name, Crane stood for spirited individuality from day one. Paul Revere used Crane paper for his engraved banknotes – banknotes that went on to help finance the American Revolution.
In the 21st century, Crane’s values continue to stand out. Like you, they hold honesty, passion and freedom of expression close to their hearts – meaningful, personal communication should be worth the paper it’s written on.
Forward-thinking individuals still swoon over Crane's eco-friendly 100 percent cotton paper and still choose their handcrafted, personalized stationery to express their style and creativity.