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Account Book

Description: Patent for an account book that is to be used "to receive in condensed form the dates and other particulars when sums are due to and from a person or firm are payable" (p. 2).
Date: May 21, 1889
Creator: Goldberg, Samuel W. & Tillmann, Emanuel M.

Acetylene-Gas Generator.

Description: Patent for an acetylene gas generator, which is chiefly operated by the fall of a gas-bell.
Date: July 29, 1902
Creator: Ray, Samuel W.

Acetylene-Gas Generator.

Description: Patent for an improve to a Gas-Generator by controlling the liquid for decomposing the carbid in acetylene, by doing this the generation of gas is monitored and the waste of gas will not occur. This is an improvement to the Gas-Generator, this construct will have an automatic cut-off for the liquid-supply.
Date: August 25, 1903
Creator: Summerfield, John

Acetylene-Gas Generator

Description: Makes gas generators more automatic making them less dangerous and less likely to cause an explosion.
Date: August 25, 1903
Creator: Summerfield, John

Acetylene Gas Generator

Description: Patent for improving acetylene gas generator designs with the use of an added specification in the form of a new apparatus. Illustrations and instructions are included.
Date: September 7, 1897
Creator: Taylor, George

Acetylene Gas Generator.

Description: Patent for a new and improved acetylene gas generating machine, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: September 12, 1899
Creator: Miller, Frank A.

Acetylene Gas Generator

Description: Patent for an acetylene gas generator. illustration included.
Date: March 7, 1911
Creator: Wyatt, William J.

Adjustable Cultivator-Tooth Seat.

Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in adjustable cultivator tooth seats, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: June 7, 1898
Creator: Shofield, James Drummond

Adjustable Nailless Horseshoe.

Description: Patent for an adjustable horseshoe with cost efficient, replaceable fittings. Illustrations included.
Date: September 4, 1900
Creator: Fenley, Harriet R.

Adjustable Rack for Railway-Cars.

Description: Patent for improvements on racks in railway-cars including more storage for smaller items, an adjustable rack for children or elderly persons to be able to reach without needing to stand on the car seat, a titled hinge that allows a rack to be pulled for ward and pushed back, and other improvements.
Date: August 2, 1898
Creator: Butler, Michael

Aerating Churn

Description: Patent for aerating churn. This design of churn is designed to aerate milk as it churns. Illustration included.
Date: August 1, 1905
Creator: O'Neall, James M.


Description: Patent for improvements in de-aerators such as "forcing the water into the tank and spraying the same against the cylinder to cause the air and gases to separate from the water, and means for causing a vacuum in the upper end of the tank from which a suction pipe extends to allow ready escape of the separated air and gases" (lines 27-33) including illustrations and instructions.
Date: September 9, 1913
Creator: Strite, Frank S.


Description: Patent for an aeroplane with a propeller, which is "pivotally mounted and adjustable into different positions relative to the planes in order to produce either a rising movement or thereof or a driving movement in a horizontal or other plane" (lines 26-30).
Date: September 19, 1911
Creator: Andrae, Ernest H.; Andrae, E. H.

Air-Compressor for Water-Elevators.

Description: Patent for "an improvement in air-compressors for water-elevators, and it consists in the novel mechanism for compressing air, by which water is designed to be raised from a cistern, or other reservoir." (Lines 13-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: December 10, 1895
Creator: Warren, Governor D.

Air-Tight Heating-Stove

Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in air tight heating stoves, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: May 31, 1898
Creator: Wilson, John Wesley & Wilson, William Wharton

Alarm Attachment for Electric Bells.

Description: Patent for "an Alarm Attachment for Electric Bells." "The object in view is the provision of means for facilitating the change of an ordinary door-bell into a continuously-ringing alarm apparatus, while leaving the mechanism free to be changed back into its former operative condition as a door-bell."(Lines 10-15) Including illustrations and instructions.
Date: June 30, 1902
Creator: Blakeney, Henry

Amusement Apparatus

Description: Patent for a fishing game for amusement parks which has a canal of liquid agitated to form a current with pictures of fish in it that when caught get the person fishing different prizes depending on the symbol they have on them.
Date: August 10, 1909
Creator: Pressey, Charles A.

Amusement Device

Description: Patent for an amusement device. Illustrations included.
Date: August 13, 1912
Creator: Dougherty, James P. & Beeman, Mark

Anchor Post

Description: Patent for an anchor post. This invention is designed to resist any lateral or longitudinal strain. Illustration included.
Date: November 17, 1903
Creator: Small, Wily & Brock, John W.


Description: Patent for an animal trap "having a vestibule which will be operated by the weight go the animal entering the same to close the entrance-door and open an exit-door into a receiving compartment or cage" (line 13-18) including instructions and illustrations.
Date: September 12, 1905
Creator: Kirk, Robert L.


Description: Patent for improvement in annunciator by “providing a circuit-closing attachment for annunciators by means of which an electric lamp will be lit when the annunciator-drop falls.” (Lines 15-18) Illustration is included.
Date: October 20, 1891
Creator: Fouts, Lambert F.

Anti Friction Journal.

Description: Patent for a new and improved anti-friction journal. This design "relates to anti-friction devices adapted especially for hoisting pulleys; and it has for its object to provide a device in which the shaft or axis of the main hoisting-pulley shall be supported or mounted upon the peripheries of wheels of a considerable diameter as compared with that of the hoisting-pulley, whereby the friction may be lessened to the greatest possible extent" (lines 24-32).
Date: July 22, 1884
Creator: Taylor, John C.