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The Inventors of Crayons: Binney & Smith
In , Edwin Binney, with his cousin C. The company quickly became a leader in manufacturing carbon black. Carbon black was used for paint, printing ink, and enameled leather. Later applications included stove and shoe polishes, coloring paper, pencils and crayons, and ink for high-speed printing presses. The partners created a Pigment Division, introducing carbon black for reinforcing automobile tires; before, tires were typically white. In the early s, the company created the first dustless white chalk and received a Gold Medal at the St.
In this engaging biography, readers will learn about the creators of Crayolas, cousins Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith.
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It was ground and packaged charcoal that could be used as a coloring pigment in inks and paints. The chemical company was so successful that in Joseph decided to open a sales office in New York City. At that time, he was joined by his nephew, C. Harold Smith who had recently emigrated from New Zealand, and one of his sons Edwin By this time, the company was also selling a rust-colored paint that was made from iron oxide. They were a perfect team.