Monthly Historic Replica Subscription
Curated with care from the best archives in the world
Each document accompanied by context pages telling relevant details surrounding the historic event
High quality graphically designed replicas with historically themed stamps and high quality envelopes and paper
Themes (every 4 letters) delve deep into topics such as: Historic inventions, American Wars, and Foreign Diplomacy
Perfect as a keepsake, learning materials, or collectible items
How did Albert Einstein communicate with President Roosevelt about the atomic bomb? How did the Queen of Hawaii protest America's annexation of the Islands?
Instead of learning about history from a book, we invite you to learn directly from history through replicas of the historic letters themselves. Read for yourself, in the original words and handwriting, what the people who shaped our history had to say about the events and topics of their times.
Our team of history buffs curate fascinating historic documents and letters from the best archives in the world and deliver our most interesting gems directly to your doorstep. Each document comes alive with an additional historical context document. Every month we will explore a different theme from various angles using the letters and documents as our guides.
Visit www.HistoricCartoons for a novel and entertaining way to learn history! Over 200 years of historic cartoons touch upon major moments in American history from the colonial period through the civil rights era.
I love this! I learned a lot and highly recommend this product to anyone interested in history. Jaysen (Illinois)
I wish that I had learned history from History By Mail when I was school, so that I could get the facts straight from the source and get a peak behind the history curtain to see famous people come alive through their letters and writings. -Sheryl (Michigan)
History by Mail is a unique way for your kids to learn about history. There is just something special about holding a piece of history in your hands and seeing the documentations yourself that makes history come alive. -The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine