Brace for Heel-Sweeps.

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Patent for a simple and durable brace for heel-sweeps. The wings of the sweep will not close, and "that portion of the sweep through which the heel-bolt passes will be materially strengthened" (lines 14-16). It also braces sweeps whatever their size, and all the brace's parts are adjustable.

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[1], 2 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Ferrell, Augustus C. & Hamrick, Thomas J. January 7, 1896.

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  • Ferrell, Augustus C. Augustus C. Ferrell and Thomas J. Hamrick, of Carroll, Assignors of one-third to Sparks P. Veasey, of Garden Valley, Texas.
  • Hamrick, Thomas J. Augustus C. Ferrell and Thomas J. Hamrick, of Carroll, Assignors of one-third to Sparks P. Veasey, of Garden Valley, Texas.

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  • Main Title: Brace for Heel-Sweeps.
  • Added Title: Brace for Heel Sweeps.

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Patent for a simple and durable brace for heel-sweeps. The wings of the sweep will not close, and "that portion of the sweep through which the heel-bolt passes will be materially strengthened" (lines 14-16). It also braces sweeps whatever their size, and all the brace's parts are adjustable.

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[1], 2 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Application filed December 11, 1894. Serial No. 531,484. (No model.)

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  • January 7, 1896

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  • January 7, 1896

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  • December 11, 1894

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Ferrell, Augustus C. & Hamrick, Thomas J. Brace for Heel-Sweeps., patent, January 7, 1896; [Washington D.C.]. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth174185/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.