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Company founders Edwin Binney (left) and C. Harold Smith (right). Edwin Binney (November 24, 1866 – December 17, 1934) was an American entrepreneur and  ...

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Edwin Binney and Harold Smith founded Binney & Smith, Inc. in New York City in the late 1800s. At first, they specialized in industrial colorings, including the ...

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At that time, he was joined by his nephew, C. Harold Smith (1860-1931) who ... Edwin Binney was very taken with the possibilities, and in 1892 he received a ...

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Edwin Binney (1866-1934), born in Shrub Oak, New York, and C. Harold Smith ( 1860-1931), born in London, England, founded Binney & Smith in 1885. Binney ...

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May 24, 2018 ... Edwin Binney (1866–1934) is best known for his invention (along with his cousin C. Harold Smith) of the Crayola crayon. In 1885, Binney took ...

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Smith, C. Harold(1860-1931) Binney & SmithOverviewIn 1885 C. Harold Smith founded a company with his cousin, Edwin Binney. First producing industrial ...

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In 1900, along with his cousin C. Harold Smith, Edwin Binney opened a mill in Easton, Pennsylvania to produce slate pencils for schools. Binney began ...

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May 27, 2015 ... Wax crayons were mostly used for industrial purposes until cousins Edwin Binney and Harold Smith introduced their brightly colored crayons ...

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Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith are the founders of the Crayola company which produces a variety of safe art products used by millions of children around  ...