Add a dash of historic charm to your correspondence with our delightful Salutations and Signoffs Note Cards
. The front of each blank 4½"x5¾" note card bears a real-life greeting from a "celebrity" mailbag, including "Miss Adorable," from a 1762 letter penned by John Adams to his future wife, Abigail; "I like you very much,"
from a 1933 exchange between longtime friends Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe; "No matter what happens it will have been worth the trying,"
written by Amelia Earhart to her mother just before her first transatlantic flight; "love you madly,"
declared by Duke Ellington in a telegram to his friend and collaborator Ella Fitzgerald. There's a brief description of the quotation's source on the back of each card and blank space inside for your own notes of admiration, encouragement, and gratitude. Boxed set of twelve different cards includes envelopes.