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Crayola LLC, formerly Binney & Smith, is an American handicraft company, specializing in ... Crayola's founders Edwin Binney (left) and C. Harold Smith ( right).

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Smith, C. Harold(1860-1931) Binney & SmithOverviewIn 1885 C. Harold Smith ... educational supplies and developed the world famous Crayola crayon which is ...

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Edwin Binney and Harold Smith founded Binney & Smith, Inc. in New York City in ... In 1903, the first yellow and green box of eight "Crayola" crayons appeared.

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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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Binney & Smith was an outgrowth of a company begun in Peekskill, Crayola ... At that time, he was joined by his nephew, C. Harold Smith (1860-1931) who had ...

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Nov 26, 2016 ... Biography. Co-founder, along with cousin, of Crayola Co. Son of Eliza Binney; 1880 joined Peeksill Chemical Works in NYC (later Peeksill ...

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Jun 7, 2011 ... ... Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith formed a partnership, Binney & Smith. ... The word "Crayola" coined by Edwin Binney's wife, Alice, comes ...

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Apr 1, 2016 ... In this engaging biography, readers will learn about the creators of Crayolas, cousins Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith. Follow their story from ...

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While working on this website, we learned a great deal about Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith, the creators of the world famous art company, Crayola.