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Powell Ann Joyce: Childs clothes bag holder. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, June 4, 1974: US3814359 (37 worldwide citation)

Discloses a child's clothes bag holder for storing soiled and dirty clothes in the clothes bag, said child's clothes bag holder comprising a backboard, hook members, a strap bracket, a hoop, a bail, a bail bracket and a clothes bag. The backboard carries the hook members, strap bracket and bail brac ...


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Kelly Carl L: Welding apparatus and method. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, October 1, 1974: US3838496 (23 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus improvement is disclosed for welding an elongated seam between adjacent metal plates with a plate crawler type welding unit that tracks the seam and that includes a leading or tracking portion positioned substantially in advance of a trailing or welding portion. A guide plate ...


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Wilkinson Nelson C: Fuel tank. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, December 9, 1975: US3924773 (21 worldwide citation)

Discloses a double-walled fuel tank defining a chamber having carbon dioxide under pressure therein from a regulated source. The walls carry filler-pipe, vent-pipe and fuel-line housings which complementally receive a filler pipe, vent pipe and fuel-line valve, respectively. The outer wall mounts pr ...


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O Donnell William J: Bread wrapper holder. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, July 30, 1974: US3826455 (20 worldwide citation)

Discloses a bread wrapper holder having two U-shaped frames and a base mounting an empty bread wrapper for use as a disposable trash and garbage bag. The sides of the bread wrapper are disposed between the U-shaped frames and cuffed over the U-shaped frames. The U-shaped frames have terminal portion ...


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Nelson Charles R: Stereo tape cartridge rack. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, December 24, 1974: US3856192 (13 worldwide citation)

Discloses a stereo tape cartridge rack comprising two sub-assemblies adjustably joined together and adjustably fixed and carried by the vehicle's upper front window mouldings by mounting brackets for mounting the rack above the vehicle's windshield header. The rack sub-assemblies have compartments f ...


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Delaney Francis Bud: Foot shower and spray device. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, December 16, 1975: US3925830 (12 worldwide citation)

Discloses a foot shower and spray device to wash a swimmer's feet preparatory to his entering a swimming pool, comprising a base, actuating platform, valve and opposed shower heads. The base mounts the actuating platform and valve. The valve is connected to the shower heads and is adapted for connec ...


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Ogden Jr Grant M: Firehose retractor. Ogden Gloria F, Ogden Jr Grant M, Wessendorf Jr Walter F, February 18, 1975: US3866532 (12 worldwide citation)

Discloses a pivotally mounted, firehose retractor for retracting for storage by flattening, and removing trapped water and air from coupled-together, collapsible, pressure-type firehose, laid-out on the ground, serpentinefashion or otherwise, without dragging the firehose on the ground, fraying or o ...


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Coil Frederick J: Universal-type, pillow-block bearing puller. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, May 20, 1975: US3883941 (9 worldwide citation)

Discloses a universal-type, pillow-block bearing puller for pulling a pillow-block bearing, whose size can range from small to large, supporting a corresponding size shaft. The pillow-block bearing is caged and swivelmounted in a pillow block. The puller is adapted for emplaced mounting on the worki ...


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Sallans Burdette W: Gunsight. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, January 21, 1975: US3861803 (5 worldwide citation)

Discloses a gunsight for use with one of the sights of a firearm to neutralize, and render clear and distinct, both the view of the target sighted and the front sight of the firearm. Parallel first and second relfecting surfaces mounted in the gunsight housing are arranged and disposed such that the ...


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Coil Frederick J: Extensible beam compass. Wessendorf Jr Walter F, June 3, 1975: US3886664

Discloses an adjustable, extensible beam compass for drawing circles and arcs normal to the work and whose radii can be adjusted to range from minimal to the maximum extension of the compass. The compass has a handle member and inner extensible arms pivotally mounted, a pointer and an outer extensib ...