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Cotter-Pin Puller

Description: Patent for cottor-pin puller that is useful to pull cotter pins that are secured in shafts, fly wheels or any other devices without bending or twisting or damaging them.
Date: October 31, 1916
Creator: Hayden, Jefferson B.

Resilient Wheel.

Description: Patent for a resilient wheel showcasing adjustable or sectional rims. Modification also exhibits lightness quality, balance for proper distribution, and is noiseless with easy running abilities.
Date: February 23, 1915
Creator: Dysart, Marby P.

Powder Blower

Description: Patent for a new and improved powder blower used to insert powder medicine into the vagina, including illustrations and instructions.
Date: April 1, 1913
Creator: Woodward, Mortimer Lee

Regional Water Plan: Region F, 2016, Volume 1. Main Report

Description: Water plan for Region F describing water supply locations and suppliers, the general state of the water supply in the area, forecasts for future usage numbers, management and conservation plans for both suppliers and users in each county, impacts of implementation of the water plan, and the plan making process.
Date: November 2015
Creator: Freese and Nichols, Inc.

[Trading Card: American Beaver]

Description: Trading card issued as part of the Geocache Challenge program for San Angelo State Park, depicting a beaver carrying a stick near the edge of a creek or river. The back of the card contains information about the species.
Date: 2011
Creator: Texas. Parks and Wildlife Department.

Tank-Valve.

Description: Patent for tank-valves in which “a valve may be readily detached for renewal or repairs and adaptable without material change of structure to any of the various forms and structures of tanks manufactured.” (Lines 18-22.) Illustration is included.
Date: January 3, 1905
Creator: Burchett, Edward Lee

Pocket-Knife.

Description: Patent for a pocket knife that includes a wet stone built into its detachable handle. The handle may be taken off in order for the user to sharpen retractable blades attached to the pocket knife. This improvement upon the pocket knife design may be employed to the handle portion of any knife such as butcher knives or hunting knives.
Date: December 19, 1911
Creator: Irick, William M.