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The Write Stuff

It’s fitting that one of the owners of Scriptura—a New Orleans letterpress studio filled with antique presses and a huge array of stunning custom and ready-to-mail stationery and invitations—claims to have the best thank-you note story ever.

“There’s always a dog or two in our shop—three if no one’s looking,” says Margaret Jones, who opened Scriptura with her sister, Sallie Mykris, in 1995. One of those shop dogs is Rupert, a mixed breed Jones adopted from the Louisiana SPCA. She became

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