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For other related logos and images, see Xerox/Other

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1937 Haloid Logo xerox 1954 Combined Haloid Xerox Logo 1949 Xerox Logo 1954 Combined Haloid Xeroxa Logo Haloid Xerox
1906–1938 1938–1948 1948–1949 1949–1957 1957–1960
 
Xerox Corporation 1961 Xerox 1968 Xerox X 1994 Xerox 2008
1960–1968 1968–2008 1994–2008 2008–present


Haloid

1906–1938

1937 Haloid Logo xerox
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1938–1948

1954 Combined Haloid Xerox Logo
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Haloid Xerox

1948–1949

1949 Xerox Logo
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1949–1957

1954 Combined Haloid Xeroxa Logo
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1957–1960

Haloid Xerox
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Xerox

1960–1968

Xerox Corporation 1961
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In 1960, the company dropped Haloid from its name and became Xerox. The wordmark was designed by Lippincott.

1968–2008

Xerox 1968

In 1968, the logo was straightened up by Tom Geismar of Chermayeff & Geismar.

1994–2008

Xerox X 1994

2008–present

Xerox 2008

On January 7, 2008, Xerox unveiled a completely overhauled corporate identity, after 40 years of relatively minor changes. The new logo consists of the name of the company in lowercase with a red sphere which has two lines ("connectors") that cross to form an "X". The rebrand was created with Interbrand.

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