Give the Gift of History By Mail

Looking for the perfect gift for the history enthusiast in your life? Look no further than History By Mail - a monthly subscription service that delivers the richness of history directly to their doorstep.

Why Choose History By Mail as a Gift?

  1. Unique and Educational: History By Mail offers a one-of-a-kind experience by providing meticulously recreated replicas of historical letters and documents, accompanied by detailed explanations of their significance. It's like having a personal history lesson delivered right to your mailbox every month.
  2. Wide Range of Themes: With themes ranging from historic inventions to American wars and foreign diplomacy, there's something to captivate every history buff's interest. Each themed package offers a deep dive into a specific aspect of history, providing hours of educational entertainment.
  3. Convenience: Gifting a History By Mail subscription is convenient and hassle-free. Simply select the subscription plan that suits your recipient's preferences, and we'll take care of the rest. No need to worry about wrapping or shipping - we handle it all for you.
  4. Flexible Subscription Options: Whether you're looking for a short-term commitment or a year-long exploration, we offer flexible subscription plans to fit your budget and timeframe. Choose from monthly, 6-month, or 1-year subscriptions, ensuring your gift aligns perfectly with your recipient's needs.
  5. Suitable for All Ages: History By Mail is suitable for history enthusiasts of all ages, from curious students to lifelong learners. It's a gift that keeps on giving, fostering a lifelong passion for history and learning.
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Instead of learning about history from a book, we invite you to learn directly from history through replicas of historic letters.

Each month, subscribers receive high-quality replicas of fascinating historic documents, accompanied by context pages telling relevant details surrounding the historic event.

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? 

Our team of history buffs curates fascinating historic documents and letters from the best archives in the world and delivers our most interesting gems directly to your doorstep. Each document comes alive with an additional historical context document. Every four months, we will explore a different theme from various angles using the letters and documents as our guides.