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 County: Fannin County, TX
 Collection: Texas Patents
Plow.

Plow.

Date: March 10, 1891
Creator: Williams, Irvin
Description: Patent for improved “reversible hillside-plows and enable the plowshare to be rapidly changed from one side of the plow to the other and to move in front of the standard and over the foot of the same and obviate the necessity of lifting the entire plow every time it is desired to change the position of the plowshare" (lines 10-17), includes illustration.
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Bank-Protector.

Bank-Protector.

Date: March 17, 1891
Creator: Saxon, James A.
Description: Patent for improvements in bank-protectors by “providing doors, windows, and other openings with suitable metallic shields that may be readily placed in position by a slight movement of the hand or foot of the operator” (lines 19-23), illustration is included.
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Marker Attachment for Plows.

Marker Attachment for Plows.

Date: August 11, 1891
Creator: Marley, James D.
Description: Patent for an “improved device to be used upon plows, and the objects are to provide means whereby the succeeding row to be plowed may be marked, thereby giving a uniform plowing to the field; furthermore, to provide for an adjustment of the marker, whereby the distance between the rows may be adjusted.” (Lines 8-15) Includes illustration.
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Hay-Press.

Hay-Press.

Date: August 11, 1891
Creator: Cox, Benjamin G.
Description: Patent for improvements in baling-presses and is practically adapted to bale hay, in which “the hay may be held at the rear end of the frame against the pressure of the follower and head-blocks or presser-blocks.” (Lines 17-20) Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Cotton-Plow and Planter

Improvement in Cotton-Plow and Planter

Date: August 31, 1869
Creator: Sims, Zachariah
Description: Patent for improvements to cotton-plows and planters.
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Improvement in Clevises

Improvement in Clevises

Date: August 31, 1869
Creator: Sims, Zachariah, B.
Description: Patent for an adjustable clevis, consisting of a hinged loop and an eyebolt.
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Improvement for Machines for Washing Photographs.

Improvement for Machines for Washing Photographs.

Date: February 6, 1877
Creator: Miller, Noah J.
Description: Patent for an improved machine for washing photographic prints allowing metallic or other rigid plates to be washed in addition to flexible prints.
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Improvement in Machines for Washing Photographs

Improvement in Machines for Washing Photographs

Date: August 17, 1875
Creator: Caylor, J. L.
Description: Patent for "a new and improved apparatus for washing photographic prints after fixing, for the purpose of removing the double hyposulphite of soda and silver formed in the body of the paper during the process of fixing" (lines 6-11).
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Plow.

Plow.

Date: September 15, 1891
Creator: Rutherford, John W.
Description: Patent for improvements in plows by using “a double-mold-board plow comprising a plow-point provided with a shank, whose reverse inclines are slightly convex from the upper end of the shank to the plow-point, in combination with two mold-boards that are concavo-convex in cross-section as well as in longitudinal or vertical section” (p. 2, lines 44-50). The described construction of plow would enable the plow to thoroughly broken up the soil. Illustration is included.
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Extension-Ladder.

Extension-Ladder.

Date: November 3, 1891
Creator: Crews, Dayton H.
Description: Patent for improvements in extension ladder by using two sliding ladder sections, "these two sections can be secured by a windlass and a hook detachably bolted to the upper rung of the upper section." (Lines 38-40, p.3) Illustration is included.
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