The Treasury Historical Association's commemorative products include a series of quality commemorative ornaments that recognize the rich histories of the Department of the Treasury and many of its constituent bureaus.
THA's product line also includes notecards and other items that are suitable for framing and perfect for events such as retirement or to commemorate significant recognition celebrations. From time to time, THA has special offers of new educational and commemorative products.
Included in THA's product line is Fortress of Finance: The United States Treasury Building, written by architectural historian Pamela Scott. The book of over 300 pages contains close to 200 illustrations, and presents the history of the development of each of the four wings of the Treasury Building, as well as the first Treasury Office in Washington, completed in 1800. THA's second book, Birthplace of Bureaus: The United States Treasury Department, written by the former historian of Treasury's US Customs Service, provides a summary history of each of some 40 organizations of the Treasury since its establishment in 1789, many of which have become parts of other departments and agencies. Included in the book are brief biographies of ten notable personalities of the Department.
THA does not operate a retail sales facility, but operates only a mail-order and online sales program for its commemorative products and books. Please note that some items are in limited supply and the sale of these items is subject to supplies on hand.
Treasury Historical Association commemorative products and books can be ordered through the online store (coming soon).
Mail orders may be placed using the THA order form.