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Improvement in Combined Lint-Room and Cotton-Presses.

Improvement in Combined Lint-Room and Cotton-Presses.

Date: December 20, 1870
Creator: Albertson, Ichabod H.
Description: Patent for the improvement of lint-rooms and cotton presses, including a description and illustrations.
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Improvement in Seed-Planters.

Improvement in Seed-Planters.

Date: February 15, 1876
Creator: Albertson, Ichabod H.
Description: Patent for improvement of planters.
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Combined Planter, Chopper, And Cultivator.

Combined Planter, Chopper, And Cultivator.

Date: December 6, 1898
Creator: Albreekt, Niklaus
Description: Patent for a new and useful improvement in "combined cotton planters, choppers, and cultivators" (line 9-11).
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Cotton - Bale Ties

Cotton - Bale Ties

Date: September 22, 1874
Creator: Alexander A. Szabo
Description: Patent for tying the ends of cotton bale wires or bands.
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Hopper for Leaching Ashes.

Hopper for Leaching Ashes.

Date: June 7, 1881
Creator: Alexander, Abbington B.
Description: Patent for improved ash-hopper that is composed of suitable frame, two side boards, two triangle end boards that can be used to improve leaching ashes.
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Combined Flour and Meal Bin and Sifter.

Combined Flour and Meal Bin and Sifter.

Date: September 1, 1896
Creator: Alexander, Charles P.
Description: Patent for a combined flour and meal bin sifter meant for the kitchen. The amount of flour or meal put into the machine does not matter, and the sifter may be removed when desired. The sifted material is directed into a container, and the end of the chute can be closed when not in use.
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Improvement in Car-Journal Boxes.

Improvement in Car-Journal Boxes.

Date: October 15, 1878
Creator: Alexander, Francis M.
Description: Patent for the improvement in car-journal boxes. This invention "relates to oil-boxes used upon journals of car-axles, the object being to prevent the lid from shaking off of the oil-stop or oil-packing surrounding the axle to be removed and replaced by a new one without removing the box from the journal."
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Car Door Fastening.

Car Door Fastening.

Date: April 19, 1881
Creator: Alexander, Francis Marion
Description: Patent for a new and improved car-door fastening. This design "consists in a novel construction and arrangement of a staple, a hook-hasp, key, and a key-plate, whereby several advantages are obtained . . . for securing the sliding doors of box-cars and other railway-cars" (lines 8-14).
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: February 14, 1893
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for an improved and simple churn that works easily and quickly. It "is adapted to permit of the simultaneous securing and retention of the cream vessel or receptacle in position in its journaling or carrying frame, as well as the cover upon said vessel, and to provide for the ready removal of said vessel or receptacle and its said cover preparatory to removing the contents of the vessel or the cleaning thereof" (lines 18-25).
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Hobby Horse.

Hobby Horse.

Date: June 17, 1890
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for a new and improved hobby horse. This design "consists in providing a 'hobby-horse' or a 'stick-horse' with a pivoted head, to which is preferably connected a spring, so that the swinging of the head will give the appearance of the horse pulling on the reins held by the operator. The invention comprises a head pivoted at one end, a spring secured thereto and to the horse, and a lip on said head to limit the downward movement thereof" (lines 14-24).
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