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Window Shade and Curtain Hanger

Description: Patent for a window shade and curtain hanger. This invention is designed with a bracket attached to the frame in order to hold the pole for draping a shade or curtain. Illustration included.
Date: April 21, 1908
Creator: Gregson, Emily G. L.
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Blind-Stop.

Description: Patent for a device which locks blinds in place at the desired angle.
Date: October 22, 1907
Creator: Koenig, Charles L.
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Adjustable Window-Shade Hanger.

Description: Patent for a window-shade hanger that can be "adjusted to fit windows of various widths and shaderollers which vary in length and which may be readily put up and taken down." (lines 18-21) including illustration.
Date: August 29, 1905
Creator: Neale, Albert S.
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Window-Shade and Roller

Description: Patent for a Window-Shade and Roller that does not use springs or analogous devices to coil the curtain around the roller. This device rolls the curtain more evenly.
Date: May 31, 1910
Creator: Lowe, Purley E. & De Young, Blanche
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Shade and Curtain Bracket.

Description: Patent for shade and curtain brackets. This invention allows the brackets at opposites sides of the window frame to be easily adjusted to receiver shade rollers or curtain poles.
Date: June 2, 1914
Creator: Reisner, Carl T.
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Shade-Adjuster.

Description: Patent for a new shade adjuster to allow for a fixed adjuster and detachable portion for attaching shade, including illustrations.
Date: June 16, 1914
Creator: Fechner, Albert H.
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Window Attachment.

Description: Patent for "window attachments, being in the nature of means for carrying the shade-roller and lace-curtain on the upper sash and devices whereby the sashes may be locked when closed or opened to any desired extent;" (lines 8-13) and illustrations.
Date: June 24, 1902
Creator: Hamilton, Robert
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