Olin D. Gray (1854 - September 2, 1938) was an American lithographer. Born in Remsen, New York, Gray was living in St. Louis, Missouri, by 1860. Gray became the manager of August Gast and Company in St. Louis in 1885. By 1887, when the St. Louis firm was reorganized, Gray was working in the New York office with Louis Wall, who had been a partner in the firm in St. Louis. The New York branch produced chromolithographs and used lithographic stones up to 36 x 52 inches. Gray opened his own lithographing firm, the Gray Lithographing Company, in 1896 when Wall moved to Brooklyn and opened his own company. Gray also maintained the Gast Lithographing and Engraving Company until 1910. Gray sold the Gray Lithographing Company in 1910 to the Sackett and Wilhelms Company. The Gray Lithographing Company existed until 1930. Gray married Lydia Blossom Gwin on September 6, 1883, with whom he had two children.

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