Sepia is light brown, like the color of dirt. I like to get off the beaten track when I traveI. I’m not into the maddening crowds! Most of the time that is a polite way of saying I’m lost! But, I’ve had some of my best adventures that way! It only gets really scarey when it gets dark and you’re still lost!
Sepia was added into the Crayola Collection in 1935, but was only available in bulk until 1939. From 1939 until 1944 it was included in the No. 52 box, but then was not produced again until 1958, when it was returned to the No. 64 box. It was also known as Oregon Trail, the color for Oregon in the “State Crayon Collection.”
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