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Safety Lamp-Burner.

Description: Patent for a safety lamp-burner, which extinguishes itself when the lamp is tipped over.
Date: March 24, 1914
Creator: Witmond, Christopher B. J.
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Oil Burner

Description: Patent for an oil burner
Date: April 15, 1913
Creator: Casad, Roland C.
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Coach-Equalizing Suspender.

Description: Patent for a coach-equalizing suspender.
Date: March 4, 1902
Creator: Best, William Newton
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Cultivator.

Description: Patent for a cultivator with spring teeth that are stronger than ordinary cultivator teeth.
Date: December 8, 1908
Creator: Baker, Alonzo L. & Baker, Russell
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DOLL NOVELTY.

Description: Patent for a new device, which is a rounded, weighted base placed in a doll that allows the doll to raise itself when turned over on any side without external assistance by lowering the doll's center of gravity. Descriptions of materials used and illustrations are included..
Date: November 4, 1902
Creator: Flint, William G.
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Playing-Cards.

Description: Patent for a card game that aims to teach players the workings of the electoral college. There are 208 cards, divided into four types: "eagle," "star," "banner," "flag," and gathering one of each type gives the player an electoral vote. The cards feature presidential candidates of the mid-1800s.
Date: March 27, 1906
Creator: Noonan, James Harrison
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Combined Latch and Lock for Screen Doors, etc.

Description: Patent for a combined latch and lock for screen doors and other uses. Illustration included.
Date: February 5, 1912
Creator: Hart, Joel T. & Hart, John D.
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Apparatus for Transmitting Sound-Waves

Description: Patent for transmitting sound waves by magnetic induction and to "furnish an apparatus by which these different vibrations can be heard at the receiving end" (lines 20-22). Includes descriptions and illustrations.
Date: October 17, 1911
Creator: Harvey, Fred Brown
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