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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Eli Whitney; Elias Howe; Alexander Graham Bell; Thomas A Edison; Orville Wright; Wilbur Wright; United States. Patent Office.
|Notes:||Collective title provided by cataloger.|
|Description:||1 v. (various pagings), 6 leaves of plates : ill., diagrams ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||Eli Whitney: cotton gin (Patented March 14, 1794) --
Elias Howe, Jr., of Cambridge, Massachusetts: improvement in sewing-machines (Specification forming part of letters patent no. 4750, dated September 10, 1846) --
Alexander Graham Bell, of Salem, Massachusetts: improvement in telegraphy (Specifications forming part of letters patent no. 174465, dated March 7, 1876; application filed February 14, 1876) --
Thomas A. Edison, of Menlo Park, New Jersey: improvement in phonograph or speaking machines (Specification forming part of letters patent no. 200521, dated February 19, 1878; application filed December 24, 1877) --
Thomas A. Edison, of Menlo Park, New Jersey: electric lamp (Specification forming part of letters patent no. 223898, dated January 27, 1880; application filed November 4, 1879) --
Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright of Dayton, Ohio: flying-machine (Specification of letters patent no. 821393, patented May 22, 1906; application filed March 23, 1903, Serial no. 149220).
|Responsibility:||U.S. Patent Office.|
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- Cotton gins and ginning -- United States -- Patents.
- Sewing machines -- United States -- Patents.
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- Phonograph -- United States -- Patents.
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