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The company was founded as Binney and Smith by cousins Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith in New York City on March 31, 1885. Initial products were colorants for industrial use, including red iron oxide pigments used in barn paint and carbon black chemicals used for making tires black and extending their useful lifespan. [5] Binney & Smith's new process of creating inexpensive black colorants was entered into the chemistry industries competition at the 1900 Paris Exposition under the title "carbon gas blacks, lamp or oil blacks, 'Peerless' black" and earned the company a gold medal award in chemical and pharmaceutical arts. [6] [7] Also in 1900, the company added production of slate school pencils. Binney's experimentation with industrial materials, including slate waste, cement , and talc , led to the invention of the first dustless white chalk , for which the company won a gold medal at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair . [7]


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