Crane has been making paper for 250 years. Stephen Crane purchased the Liberty Paper Mill in Dalton, Massachusetts, establishing the business in 1770. Paul Revere chose Crane paper for the first currency of the American colonies. Crane pioneered anti-counterfeit measures with complex, embellished engravings. By 1879, they became the paper supplier for the Federal Reserve Bank.
Crane is exploring new ways of expressing the depth and design of their timeless, premium-quality 100% cotton products, while honoring the heritage, craft, and legacy of their work.