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Walsh Envelope Company has been in the Office Supplies business since 1927 and has continued to provide quality business filing products, folders, labels, mailing envelopes, inter office envelopes and many other types of custom office supplies.

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Click Strip™

Offers you the efficiency of a color coded shelf filing system without applying multiple labels to your folder. It is the perfect way for small offices to enjoy the benefits of high density filing with minimal labor and cost.

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ColorBar® Integrated
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Achieve maximum file room efficiency through color coding and automated label printing. Integratable with records management software packages.

The Professors Blog

It's HOT out there!

Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Here in the northeast we are currently experiencing a heat wave.  Yes, it is summer…and yes, it gets hot during this season.  According to Wikipedia, a heat wave is measured relative to the usual weather in the area and relative to normal temperatures for the season.  

If you are experiencing unusually hot weather, here are some tips to stay cool according to Reader’s Digest:

-Make a peppermint tea mist by brewing a pot of peppermint tea and placing it in the fridge for several hours.  Pour it into a spray bottle and mist yourself.  The menthol gives your skin a fresh feeling.

-Chill your mattress by filling socks with rice and placing them in the freezer by day and at night about a half hour before getting into bed, put the sock between the sheets.

-Eat spicy food, which increases blood circulation so you will sweat and feel cooler as the sweat dries.

-Lower your body temperature by applying a bottle with ice-cold water to pressure points like ankles, wrists and behind your knees.

Pumpkin Trivia

Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Autumn is upon us and we thought you might enjoy some fun facts about pumpkins.

  1. The word pumpkin comes from the Greek word "pepon," which means large melon. Pumpkins are native to the Americas.
  2. More than 1.3 million pounds of pumpkins were produced in the U.S. in 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 
  3. A single pumpkin vine can grow up to 30 feet in length and contains both male and female blossoms. The male blossoms attract bees, which are necessary for pollination of the female blooms.
  4. According to Guinness World Records, the record for the heaviest pumpkin was set in 2010 with a pumpkin that weighed 2,323 pounds. The record for the largest pumpkin pie, also set in 2010, was 3,699 pounds. The record for the fastest carving of a jack-o'-lantern was 16.47 seconds and was set in 2013.
  5. Pumpkin is low in calories (about 80 for 1 cup puree). It's a very good source of fiber, vitamins A and C, and the minerals iron, potassium and manganese. Pumpkin seeds are also a source of omega-3 fatty acids.
  6. Pumpkins that are specifically grown for eating are smaller, sweeter and less watery than the larger, stringy pumpkins sold for carving.
  7. Pumpkin flowers, leaves and seeds are all edible.
  8. Pumpkin is a versatile ingredient. It can be made into a soup, sauce, puree, mash or custard (pie filling). It can be sauteed or roasted. It can be a main ingredient in pancakes, muffins and bread.

Neither Lion nor Lamb

Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, September 20, 2017

In the Northern Hemisphere, the official start of fall is Friday, September 22 at 4:02PM EDT. This day is also called the Autumnal equinox.  By definition, Equinox means “equal night”; night and day are about the same length.  

Fall is also defined by nights of below-freezing temperatures combined with days of temperatures below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.  From Friday on, the temperatures begin to drop and the days start to get shorter than the nights.

Walsh Monthly Newsletter

Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Do you know that Walsh sends out a Monthly Newsletter Update?

Are you on the list?

Walsh stays connected to you, our clients, through a monthly newsletter.  The articles are interesting and a change from what you may read in the headlines today.  We strive to offer you a moment of relief in your busy day with Sports picks, inspirational quotes and trivia as well as a new seasonal recipe each month.  

If you are not receiving our UPDATES, we invite you to subscribe by emailing professor@walshenvelopes.com

If you are a recipient, we welcome comments below.

Today is Eclipse Day!

Christine Hopkins - Monday, August 21, 2017

Get ready for the Great Eclipse

Excited about it? We sure are!  On Monday, August 21st, a total eclipse of the sun takes place. Even if you are not in the direct pathway of the total eclipse, you will see a partial eclipse.  That is still something at which to marvel.  Many Walsh Envelope Company clients are located in the direct pathway of this incredible event.  So, in between filing and posting, take time to look up in the skies (safely!)

For more information, including maps, schedules and live streaming, visit https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/

Late August 2017

Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, August 15, 2017
As August winds down, so does vacation time for many of us. Do not forget though, there are still so many things to do and places to explore-especially our state fairs.  The list below includes many that are just getting started this week.  If you have ever been, or are a regular visitor to any of these fairs, share your experience for others to read in the comments section or better yet, write a letter, stuff it in an envelope and mail it off to a colleague or family member.
17-27, Kentucky State Fair (With World’s Championship Horse Show). Kentucky Fair and Expo Center, Louisville, KY. www.kystatefair.org.
17-20, Milwaukee Irish Fest.  Henry Maier Festival Grounds, Milwaukee, WI. 37th annual. www.irishfest.com.
17-20, Sun Prairie’s Sweet Corn Festival.Sun Prairie, WI. Family-oriented fun. www.sunprairiechamber.com
18-20, Machias Wild Blueberry Festival. Machias, ME. 42nd annual. www.machiasblueberry.com.
18-27,. Western Idaho Fair.  Boise, ID. 119th annual. www.idahofair.com.
19-Oct 1, Minnesota Renaissance Festival. renaissancefest.com.
19, Norskedalen’s Threshing Bee. Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center, Coon Valley, WI. norskedalen.org
21, Solar Eclipse. Total eclipse of the sun. Visible in North America.
24-Sept. 4, Alaska State Fair. Palmer, AK. www.alaskastatefair.org.
24-Sept. 4, Maryland State Fair. Timonium, MD. marylandstatefair.com.
24-Sept. 4, New York State Fair. Syracuse, NY. nysfair.org.
25-Sept. 4, Colorado State Fair.  State Fairgrounds, Pueblo, COcoloradostatefair.com.
25-Sept. 4, Nebraska State Fair. Grand Island, NE. statefair.org. 
25-Sept. 4 Oregon State Fair. Salem, ORoregonstatefair.
26-Sept. 3, National Championship Chuckwagon Races. Clinton, AR. 32nd annual. chuckwagonraces.com.
31-Sept 4, National Sweetcorn Festival. McFerren Park, Hoopeston, IL.
Aug. 31-Sept. 4, South Dakota State Fair.  Huron, SD.


Welcome 2017

Christine Hopkins - Friday, January 20, 2017
Color code into 2017 with Tabbies year code labels....

Color coding with year labels helps you easily and accurately locate and organize all your files. Tabbies year labels are designed to match 
the Col'R'Tab / Tabbies series of year labels. Available 5 years before and after the current year. Contact us today for more information. (800) 879-2574. 

Are you ready for some Football ?!?!

Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, February 03, 2016

February is finally here you know what that means, right? SUPER BOWL SUNDAY!!!  The most popular Sunday “Fun-day” celebration across the United States. Just like in the old days a king was dethroned and a new king crowned. The Super Bowl will determine who wears the crown in football after a long series of elimination games. Congratulation to this year’s teams- the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.

Super Bowl Sunday has become more than just a championship play-off event. We could even go as far to say a national holiday for most of us. . It’s been stated that even criminals take Super Bowl Sunday off !

In 1985, when the San Francisco 49ers played the Super Bowl in Palo Alto, CA, the crime rate in San Francisco dropped by 75%.


Happy Thanksgiving

Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, November 25, 2015

We want to take this moment to let you know how much we appreciate all of our loyal customers. As we sit down to dinner this Thanksgiving, we are thankful for the many blessings bestowed upon us everyday. Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!  From All of Us at Walsh Envelope Company

Thanksgiving 101

Christine Hopkins - Friday, November 20, 2015
You've been invited to dinner and you're told to "Just bring yourself."  What do you do?

( Don't just bring yourself ! )
  • Wine- A chilled Riesling for white wine or a nice Pinot Noir if red is preferred.
  • Flowers- Save your host/hostess time by bringing flowers trimmed arranged, and in a container that you don’t mind leaving.
  • Beer- A craft beer or something different they wouldn't’t normally buy for themselves. 
  • Breakfast items- Your host may have guests from out of town staying overnight. Help out by bringing items they can cook for breakfast the next morning. Pancake mixes, breakfast meats, bagels and cream cheese are a few good suggestions.
  • Side Dish or Dessert- Bringing a side dish or dessert is always nice. Just make sure to ask your host before you do. Their menu has probably been planned out for weeks. If you choose a hot dish make sure it’s something that can be heated up in the microwave. The oven is your host's territory!
  • Be Helpful- Offer to be a runner or lend a hand where needed.  If you have teenage children coming along, remind them NOT to text at the table and ask them to offer with clean up.