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National Pencil Day - 2021-03-30
What is National Pencil Day?
This pencil is more than just a writing tool. It’s also an art tool, a weapon, and a history tool. March 30 is National Pencil Day, which honors the writing utensil that has done so much for so many. It’s taught millions the alphabet, helped win wars, and created amazing art. The pencil is a simple instrument, but it has meant so much to mankind. It allows people to express themselves, it helps them find their creativity, and it can support all kinds of scribbles and doodles. Did you know that one pencil can write up to 45,000 words? The pencil has been used for ages, but have you ever wondered who came up with the brilliant idea of attaching an eraser to it? Hymen Lipman , who was granted the first patent for attaching an eraser to the end of a pencil in 1858. Before that, there were separate erasers and pencils. Lipman made two tools more convenient to use by combining them. He also manufactured envelopes for his stationery shop, to which he was the first to add adhesive to.  
When is National Pencil Day?
National Pencil Day is an annual celebration observed on March 30th of every year.
History of National Pencil Day
National Pencil Day is observed on September 30. Hymen Lipman received a patent for a pencil with an eraser attached, but no one knows who first celebrated this day.
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