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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: June 15, 1897
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for "a simple transmitter in which the greatest volume of sound may be transmitted without causing grating or rattling." (Lines 8-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: May 11, 1897
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for a granulated-electrode phone transmitter that is designed to be simple and "constructed so that the granulated-electrode cannot become displaced from the cell" (lines 10-12).
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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: October 20, 1896
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for a telephone-transmitter "with a diaphragm and carbon button carried thereby, of a spring-supported flaring conical carbon-cell provided with a flange covered with soft material and resting on the carbon button carried by the diaphragm, the carbon-cell being filled with granulated carbon resting in contact with the carbon button" (lines 13-19). This is meant to optimize the volume of sound being transmitted.
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Improvement in Ditching-Machines.

Improvement in Ditching-Machines.

Date: January 1, 1878
Creator: Austin, Matthew J.
Description: Patent for an improved ditching machine design that will "easily and rapidly cut or excavate, on the surface of the ground, soil, clay, or soft stone, a ditch or trench of any reasonable width or depth suitable" (lines 33-37) including instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Ditching-Machines.

Improvement in Ditching-Machines.

Date: May 5, 1876
Creator: Austin, Matthew J.
Description: Patent for the improvement of ditching-machines by way of new construction techniques.
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Stalk Cutter.

Stalk Cutter.

Date: November 29, 1881
Creator: Bolliver, William S.
Description: Patent for a new and improved stalk cutter. This design "consists in the construction and combination of parts . . . [of] that class of machines for cutting cotton and other stalks, consisting, essentially, of parallel runners or beams carrying outwardly-projecting knives, which serve to cut the stalks as the machine is drawn over the ground" (lines 15-22).
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Improvements in Compounds for Destroying Trees, Roots, &c.

Improvements in Compounds for Destroying Trees, Roots, &c.

Date: October 21, 1879
Creator: Buchanan, William T.
Description: Patent for a new and useful improvements to compouds used in the destroying of trees. Lists ingredients and dosages.
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Combined Quilting Frame and Table.

Combined Quilting Frame and Table.

Date: January 14, 1896
Creator: Burns, Robert Llewellwynn
Description: Patent for a quilting frame which can be quickly set up and collapsed, which folds up to occupy a minimum amount of space, and which can be converted for use as cutting and ironing table. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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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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Non-Refillable Bottle.

Non-Refillable Bottle.

Date: May 4, 1897
Creator: Clinton, John S.
Description: Patent for non-refillable bottles "which in order to obtain access to its contents will have to be sufficiently mutilated or altered in appearance so that it cannot be again used as an original package for the fraudulent sale of an imitation liquid." (Line 13-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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