Gifts & Home Corrick's has been known for nearly a century for carrying unique and hard-to-find products, from stationery and fine gifts to artisan hand-crafted local goods. We carry fine pens and leather accessories, and top-brand and local journals and jewelry. Our baby department is full of the traditional and the unique.
Books & Games Our book and toy department offer games from companies such as BlueOrange, chess sets, and puzzles by Springbok and Ravensburger. We have a nice selection of local interest books, and we carry a unique collection of children books that you won't find at the Big Box stores!
Office & Art Supplies We have one of the largest collection of business and wall calendars in the Santa Rosa area. Planners include Day Runner, At-a Glance, and Quo Vadis planners and refills. Check out our Early Bird Sale every August!
We have an extensive office supplies department. We carry everything from notebooks, binders, pencils and pens, computer accessories, and more. We're happy to special order most items that are not in stock. We also have an art department for your basic needs. We have sketch pads, paints and paint supplies, art sets, easels, and art supplies for kids.
Personalized Announcements, Invitations, & Business Stationery Our knowledgeable staff works closely with customers. We gladly lead you through all the details of wording and etiquette. Crane, Carlson Craft, and local favorite Paper Orchid are among our most popular invitations.
Our History The store was established in 1915 when Arthur Rae Corrick joined and purchased a substantial interest in the C.A. Wright & Co., a stationery and book store that had been around since the 1870. When he became owner he expanded products and services to greeting cards, furniture and office supplies, and a lending library in which locals could check out books.
During WWII Marjorie Corrick, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. A.R. Corrick, married Kenneth Brown who purchased half interest in the firm and assumed management of Corrick's. When Kenneth Brown took over management the store had 25-30 employees. The Browns added inventory such as fine china, silver, and crystal gifts.
In 1957, Mr. & Mrs. Brown's son, Corrick Brown, took over management of the store. In 1973, they moved and cut some departments, but expanded their social stationery, wedding, toys & games, maps & globes, and art supplies departments. In 1992, Corrick's youngest son Keven Brown assumed management of the store, becoming the fourth generation to run the store. Keven's wife Jeri Yamashiro joined in running the family business in 1995.
Keven and Jeri have continued to adapt and expand the store, adding the Art Trails Gallery at Corrick's in 2011, and welcoming local fine art framers My Daughter the Framer into the store in the same year.
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- 10% off individual greeting cards every visit.