Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood had a colorful career and a colorful honor to go with it. In 1996 he was honored by the Binney & Smith factory in Easton, Pennsylvania when he was chosen to pour the 100 billionth Crayola crayon.
The special crayon was created in the limited-edition color Blue Ribbon. The commemorative replica of the crayon can be found at the Fred Rogers Archive in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
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