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Ironing Machine.

Description: Patent for a new and useful ironing-machine. "Invention is to improve the construction of ironing-machines and to provide a simple, efficient, and comparatively inexpensive one, designed for use both in laundries and elsewhere and capable of advantageously operating on all kinds of garment" (line 10-15).
Date: January 28, 1902
Creator: Dunn, William H. & McCurdy, Delo
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Improvement in Ironing Apparatus.

Description: Patent for "a machine for ironing clothing by means of a revolving heated roller, under which is passed a reciprocating table, on which the clothing is placed." (Lines 7-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: October 24, 1876
Creator: Bailey, Charles F. & Perrenot, George F.
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Design for a Handkerchief, &c.

Description: Patent for a design for handkerchiefs, cards, napkins, etc., which features an Indian head,, a lion head, unicorns, scrolls, etc. Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: July 7, 1896
Creator: Bowen, George R.
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Curtain-Stretcher.

Description: Patent for a curtain stretcher where the parts can be disconnected and readily assembled to accommodate curtains of various types. It permits stretching without screwing curtains or disengaging them from the clamps. The patent includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: November 24, 1914
Creator: Hiegel, Eugene J.
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Tailor's-Goose Attachment.

Description: Patent for a tailor's goose which provides a "depressible and detachable dampening means for the goose for supplying water to the dampening means".
Date: May 6, 1913
Creator: Talley, Thurmon H.
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Fiber Separating Machine

Description: Patent for machines for separating the textile fiber of various plants, and has for its objects generally to simplify such machines, perfect their product, and avoid waste (lines 11-15) with illustrations.
Date: May 13, 1902
Creator: Allision, Samuel Benjamin & Dorrestein, C. A.
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