National Geographic : 1911 Sep
Those Tough Envelopes "The only complaint I have to make about your firm is that your envelopes are so hard to cut open. - So said the Treasurer of a large cor poration to the writer of this page. Haven't you noticed that same firmness of fibre about some of the letters you receive? It not only signifies very good stationery, but in nine cases out of ten it identifies The tougher the envelope the better the paper-also the better the envelope. For an envelope is first of all a container, and should be strong enough to insure the safety of every enclosure. Let us send you the Old Hampshire Bond Book of Specimens. It contains suggestive specimens of letterheads and other business forms, printed, lithographed and engraved on the white and fourteen colors of Old Hampshire Bond. Write for it on your present letterhead. Address Hampshire Paper Company The only paper makers in the world making bond paper exclusively. Makers of Old Hampshire Bond, " The Stationery of a Gentleman," and also Old Hampshire Bond Typewriter Paper and Manuscript Covers. South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."