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Button.

Button.

Date: July 21, 1896
Creator: Burroughs, John J.
Description: Patent for a button that can fit in any buttonhole. It is "a bar having a button or know affixed thereto and having key-hole-slots, of a button attached to an arm having a tongue and a contracted offset portion adjacent thereto and between the same and the button carried thereby, the said tongue being of a thickness substantially the same as the width of the slot" (lines 55-62).
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Cabinet.

Cabinet.

Date: October 27, 1896
Creator: Caplinger, Joseph E.
Description: Patent for a cabinet meant to contain "screws, bolts, rivets, and similar articles, and has for its object to provide a case for the storage of such articles by means of which the different articles are kept separate one from another, while at the same time ready access may be had to any one of the storage-compartments" (lines 9-15). It is circular and has a wheeled base.
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Cabinet for Blanks.

Cabinet for Blanks.

Date: June 22, 1897
Creator: Kinsel, Abram Myers; Hunter, George Alexander & Nolley, Seth Ballard
Description: Patent for"cabinets, cases, or boxes designed for use in hotels, post-offices, and other places where stationery is required by guests or other portions of the public." (Lines 10-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Cable Stopper.

Cable Stopper.

Date: October 18, 1881
Creator: Lucas, Thomas P.
Description: Patent for a new and improved cable or chain stopper. For this design, "the chain-links lie diagonally in opposite directions upon the recessed bottom of the clamping-box, and the clamping-block has a similarly recessed under face . . . and a forked lever is employed to press the clamping-block toward the bottom of the clamping-box, and thereby apply the required force to the chain to lessen its speed as it runs out" (lines 18-32).
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Cake-Baking Pan.

Cake-Baking Pan.

Date: May 11, 1891
Creator: McDaniel, Mary E.
Description: Patent for a device "which will afford the means to bake form-cakes of different varieties in a perfect manner in the oven," (lines 9-11) including instructions and illustrations.
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Calculating-Machine.

Calculating-Machine.

Date: April 17, 1894
Creator: Stallard, Sherman R.
Description: Patent for an improvement to mechanical calculators by providing the "means for facilitating the addition of successive numbers of the same or different denominations, and also for subtracting and multiplying the same by substantially the means employed in adding" (lines 10-14). It includes a written explanation and illustrations.
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Calculator.

Calculator.

Date: October 13, 1896
Creator: Copeland, Wesley Albert & Roberts, Cyrus
Description: Patent for a calculator "in which a bar having a series of numbers thereon slides in a frame or base also provided with a series of numbers" (lines 10-12). It is meant for quickly adding numbers.
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Calendar.

Calendar.

Date: April 6, 1891
Creator: Sittig, Alexander Franklin
Description: Patent for improvements to the monthly reference calendar, which includes note space and a monthly index. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Calendar.

Calendar.

Date: September 22, 1896
Creator: Dickason, Frank B.
Description: Patent for "a perpetual calendar embodying such a construction that the movement of a finger device will turn wheels, so as to successively display the names of the days of the week, the numbers of the days of the months, and the names of the months, the mechanism being such that the name of a month will be displayed until the numbers of all its days have been displayed, when the name of the succeeding month will be displayed, and so on." (Lines 13-22) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Calf Weaner.

Calf Weaner.

Date: May 29, 1883
Creator: Geissler, William F.
Description: Patent for a new and improved device for weaning calves. This design is "to be attached to the central cartilage of the calf's nose . . . with sharp points that come against the cow's bag when the calf attempts to suck; and the invention consists in attaching the parts . . . together like a pivot, forming a part of one of the points and adapting them to be held closed by means of a small screw, whereby the device is rendered very cheap, yet effective and reliable" (lines 15-25).
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