R. Stanton Avery

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This article is about the 20th century American inventor. For the 19th century American mathematician, see Robert Stanton Avery.
R. Stanton Avery
Born 13 January 1907
Died 12 December 1997
Occupation businessman/inventor
Known for Invention of the resealable sticker

R. Stanton Avery (13 January 1907 – 12 December 1997) was an inventor,[1] most known for creating self-adhesive labels (modern stickers). In 1935 he founded what is now the Avery Dennison Corporation.[2]

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