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 Collection: Texas Patents
Arm for Telegraph - Poles.

Arm for Telegraph - Poles.

Date: March 8, 1898
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new and useful arm for telegraph poles.
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: June 30, 1885
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with the draw-head having the downwardly and forwardly inclined floor and the floor slot or opening, of the coupling-bar having a curved or angular lever secured to its rear end and extending first downward through said opening and then under the draw-head" (lines 82-88).
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: June 20, 1882
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design "consists in the construction and novel arrangement of the fork-shaped draw-heads having under-beveled bearings between the branches, the slotted coupler-bars having hook-lugs in front of the slots and adapted to interlock, the side bearings or ledges on each side of each hook-lug, designed to support the sides of the bar and to allow the hook-lugs to enter the slots in coupling" (lines 19-27).
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Cylindrical-Bale Cotton-Press.

Cylindrical-Bale Cotton-Press.

Date: December 19, 1899
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in cylindrical bale cotton presses, including instructions and illustrations.
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Elevated Railway.

Elevated Railway.

Date: April 10, 1894
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for improvements in elevated railways: "provide simple means for regulating and adjusting the weight of the car so as to throw the preponderence thereof upon either the upper or the lower track or to equally divide the weight so that each track bear a like proportion" (lines 12-17).
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Hame.

Hame.

Date: November 19, 1895
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a harness-hame and "contemplates the provision of improved means forming a part of the hames for securing the trace-chains thereto; also the provision of an improved trace-link adapted for connection with said securing means in a manner to insure maximum strength" (lines 15-21).
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Hame.

Hame.

Date: September 26, 1893
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a hame that has an improved fastening device that easily secures trace chains or tugs to the harness. It is easily adjustable.
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Hame.

Hame.

Date: November 13, 1888
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new and improved hame. This design "has relation to hames, and more particularly to the means of securing the hames adjustable to each other, and for connecting the usual parts of the harness thereto; and among the objects in view are to provide an easily-manipulated serviceable hame connection that may be adjusted to fit any sized collars, and which may be constructed at a minimum cost" (lines 11-19).
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Hame-Fastener.

Hame-Fastener.

Date: November 17, 1891
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new kind of fastener for draft animal harnesses that is inexpensive and has no springs or buckles. Illustration included.
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Hame-Fastener.

Hame-Fastener.

Date: October 15, 1895
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a simple and inexpensive hame-fastener that has "two adjustable parts, one of which is provided with hooks to be engaged by means on the other part" (lines 11-13). The invention is adjustable and does not unlock or disengage accidentally but can easily be unlocked on purpose.
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