Letters of Note is a Personal Diary That Features Famous Notes

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Apr 9, 2014 • References: lettersofnote and coolhunting
Letters of Note is a personal diary that reveals the personal side of public figures and humanizes great events. The book documents a time before Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr where people wrote about their feelings on notepads, scraps of paper and personal stationery.

Letters of Note brings back the art of correspondence despite the advent of the Internet. Letters of Note used to be a popular site for sharing thoughts and feelings online, which paved the way for this exceptional hardcover version under the same name.

The book can be described as "a museum of letters," which is as addictive as it is enlightening, featuring letters from Ernest Hemingway, Fidel Castro, Nick Cave, Elvis and more than a few world leaders.