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Improvement in Thill-Couplings.

Improvement in Thill-Couplings.

Date: November 26, 1872
Creator: Fitzsimmons, Henry
Description: Patent for improvements in thill-couplings "whereby provision is made for the easy connection and disconnection of the shafts or pole of the vehicle without any unscrewing or removal of bolts or pins" (para. 2).
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Vending Machine

Vending Machine

Date: August 8, 1911
Creator: Linck, George E.
Description: Patent for improvements in vending machines.
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Tire-Armor.

Tire-Armor.

Date: March 7, 1911
Creator: Ramsay, Henry M.; McGary, Austin & Campbell, John W.
Description: Patent for a new design "in armor or protectors for pneumatic tires" (line 13) including instructions and illustrations.
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Paper-Weight.

Paper-Weight.

Date: October 29, 1901
Creator: Huston, Sidney H.
Description: Patent for a desktop paper weight that not only sits atop paper, but also serves as a calendar, memorandum pad, and a container for small office articles.
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Canopy-Frame.

Canopy-Frame.

Date: July 13, 1901
Creator: Johnston, Washington T.
Description: Patent for a canopy frame for any kind of drapery, including mosquito nets. The design is purported to be inexpensive and strong, using a thin metal support for the crossbeams.
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Apparatus for Making Cotton-Bales.

Apparatus for Making Cotton-Bales.

Date: June 18, 1901
Creator: Anderson, William E.
Description: Patent for improvement in apparatus for making cotton-bales from continuous sheets or bats by “employing only a single press and which permits the ginning and bat-forming devices to be operated continuously which accumulated the cotton in light and fleecy condition during the covering and removal of the bales, which feeds the cotton from the accumulator to the baling apparatus whenever this is desired.” (Lines 68-75) Illustration is included.
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Gasket

Gasket

Date: May 14, 1901
Creator: Engers, Jacob
Description: Patent for improvements in "gaskets or packing rings for steam-cylinders, and is designed to prevent the gasket from becoming broken or spread apart at the port-openings therein" (lines 7-10).
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Glazing-Bar

Glazing-Bar

Date: April 16, 1901
Creator: Folse, Louis D.
Description: Patent for device to securely hold a pane of glass on roofs, skylights, etc. without the use of putty.
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Turning-Tool for Bale-Band Fasteners.

Turning-Tool for Bale-Band Fasteners.

Date: April 2, 1901
Creator: Campbell, Douglas M.
Description: Patent for a new and useful turning-tool for bale-band fasteners “which can be readily applied to and removed from the fastener, while at the same time providing positive means for exerting a powerful leverage upon the turning or winding element of the fastener to insure the taking up of a maximum amount of slack in a bale-band with a minimum movement.” (Lines 15-22.) Illustration is included
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Turning Tool for Bale Band Fasteners.

Turning Tool for Bale Band Fasteners.

Date: January 22, 1901
Creator: Campbell, Douglas M.
Description: Patent for "novel construction of turning-tool having simple and efficient means for exerting a powerful leverage upon the turning or winding element of the fastener, whereby all of the slack in the bale-band may be readily taken up and drawn very tight, thus insuring the manipulation of the bale-band fastener in a way to provide for taking up a maximum amount of slack with a minimum movement" (lines 16-25). Includes Illustrations.
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