Pomegranate Communications, Inc.
Images of Historic New England properties have been the subject of wall calendars, and photographs from the Library and Archives are featured in the popular postcard books Old Boston and Historic New England Homes: Architectural Drawings.
Pomegranate’s newest Historic New England postcard book draws upon the exhibition and book, Drawing Toward Home: Designs for Domestic Architecture. These works include selected domestic buildings in New England in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. They parallel the history of architecture and architectural graphics at the national level. Both products are available at the Museum Shop.
Pomegranate Communications, Inc., is a publishing house located in Northern California. Pomegranate has its roots in San Francisco's 1960's art explosion. As a young man, founder Thomas F. Burke distributed posters from the Avalon Ballroom and the Fillmore Auditorium and worked with poster companies such as East Totem West.
More than thirty years later, Pomegranate publishes an impressive array of high-quality products. In addition to printing posters, the company also offer calendars, books, and much more. Their scope has expanded to include an incredibly diverse range of subjects in a wide range of products.