June 11, 2010
(3 earlier crayon box concepts that did not catch on, after the fold…)
E.L Curtis’s 1934 patent for “Crayon Box or Package” featuring stand-up holes—(another solution to thediscussed yesterday) rolling-off-the-table problem we .
R.W. Weeks’s 1935 “Toy” patent envisions crayons as peak-hatted clowns residing in a “big tent” box.
E.O. Clark. Jr.’s 1936 patent for “Combination Crayon Package and Display Container” envisions the crayons as bars, caging animals in a zoo.
Beach Packaging Design