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User Guide Series - Blair Models

Famous United States Patents Donated by Professor Homer O. Blair

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

No number

July 30, 1790

Samuel Hopkins

Improved potash process (1st US patent)

1

No number

Mar. 14, 1794

Eli Whitney

Cotton gin

3

No number

June 26, 1797

Charles Newbold

Cast iron plough

24

No number

June 21, 1834

Cyrus McCormick

Reaper

28

No number

Sept. 9, 1835

Charles Goodyear

Transparent cement

34

No number

Feb. 25, 1836

Samuel Colt

Revolver

36

1

July 13, 1836

John Ruggles

Railroad wheels

43

68

Oct. 24, 1836

Alonzo Phillips

Friction matches

47

132

Feb. 25, 1837

Thomas Davenport

Electric motor

48

Reissue 1

Jan. 9, 1838

Julius Hatch

Grain drill (planter)

51

1,154

May 17, 1839

Lorenzo Adkins

Water wheel

54

1,304

Aug. 29, 1839

Samuel Colt

Revolver

54

1,647

June 20, 1840

Samuel F.B. Morse

Telegraph

64

2,252

Sept. 11, 1841

John Rand

Preserving paint (collapsible tube)

71

2,556

Apr. 16, 1842

Salvin Kellogg

Stove

73

3,630

June 13, 1844

Linus Yale

Door lock

76

3,633

June 15, 1844

Charles Goodyear

Rubber fabric

79

4,750

Sept. 10, 1846

Elias Howe

Forming a seam

85

5,104

May 8, 1847

Robert Thomson

Rubber tires

91

5,159

July 10, 1847

Richard Hoe

Printing press

96

Re. 117

June 13, 1848

Samuel F.B. Morse

Morse code

105

6,162

Mar. 10, 1849

George Corliss

Corliss steam engine

112

6,281

Apr. 10, 1849

Walter Hunt

Safety pin

120

6,469

May 22, 1849

Abraham Lincoln

Buoying boats over shoals

122

7,697

Oct. 8, 1850

Alinzor Clark

Pitchfork

125

7,889

Jan. 7, 1851

Jacob Neff

Electro-magnetic motor

128

8,080

May 6, 1851

John Gorrie

Ice-making machine

131

8,973

May 25, 1852

E.G. Otis

Railroad car brake

143

10,535

Feb. 14, 1854

Smith and Wesson

Firearm

147

11,766

Oct. 3, 1854

Richard Tilghman

Decomposing fat

151

13,661

Oct. 9, 1855

Isaac Singer

Sewing Machine

154

16,082

Nov. 11, 1856

Henry Bessemer

Making steel

158

22,186

Nov. 30, 1858

John Mason

Mason jar

168

25,684

Oct. 4, 1859

Gen. J.E.B. Stuart

Attaching sabers to belts

170

28,670

June 12, 1860

Nehemiah Hodge

Railroad air brake

172

Re. 1,154

Mar. 19, 1861

Elias Howe

Sewing machine

177

36,836

Nov. 4, 1862

Richard Gatling

Gatling gun

181

38,200

Apr. 14, 1863

William Bullock

Web printing press

184

67,425

Aug. 6, 1867

Sheldon Everitt

Indented kettle

199

         

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

79,265

June 23, 1868

Sholes, Glidden & Soule

Typewriter

201

79,965

July 14, 1868

Alvin Fellows

Tape measure

207

88,006

Mar. 23, 1869

Leigh Burton

Elec. resistance heater

209

88,929

Apr. 13, 1869

George Westinghouse

Railroad air brake

211

91,145

June 8, 1869

Ives McGaffey

Vacuum cleaner

215

92,379

July 6, 1869

Charles Singer

Air-cooled rocking chair

218

93,691

Aug. 17, 1869

James Eads

Heavy gun carriage

220

97,106

Nov. 23, 1869

Wm. & J. Murkland

Carpet power-loom

224

105,338

July 12, 1870

John & I. Hyatt

Celluloid (1st synthetic plastic)

231

111,197

Jan. 24, 1871

Charles Goodyear

Goodyear welt

232

113,448

Apr. 4, 1871

Mary Potts

Mrs. Potts sad iron

236

121,992

Dec. 19, 1871

Samuel Clemens

Garment straps

239

124,405

Mar. 5, 1872

George Westinghouse

Railroad air brake

241

127,568

June 4, 1872

Robert Chesebrough

Vaseline

250

130,661

Aug. 20, 1872

William Robinson

Elec. train signaling

251

135,245

Jan. 18, 1873

Louis Pasteur

Pasteurization

255

138,405

Apr. 29, 1873

Eli Janney

Railroad car couplings

258

140,245

June 24, 1873

Samuel Clemens

Scrapbook

261

140,488

July 1, 1873

Thomas Edison

Improved telegraph

263

141,072

July 22, 1873

Louis Pasteur

Yeast process

268

157,124

Nov. 24, 1874

Joseph Glidden

Barbed wire (the Winner)

272

157,140

Nov. 24, 1874

Stephen Southworth

Dental amalgam

274

174,465

Mar. 7, 1876

Alexander Graham Bell

Telephone

275

182,346

Sept. 19, 1876

Melville Bissell

Carpet Sweeper

281

194,047

Aug. 14, 1877

Nicolaus Otto

Internal combustion engine

284

199,612

July 29, 1878

Melville Bissell

Improved carpet sweeper

292

200,521

Feb. 19, 1878

Thomas Edison

Phonograph

295

202,441

Apr. 16, 1878

John Hyatt

Coating items with Celluloid

298

206,112

July 16, 1878

Thaddeus Hyatt

Reinforced concrete

301

212,000

Feb. 4, 1879

John Heinz

Vegetable sorters

311

219,208

Sept. 2, 1879

Charles Brush

Carbon arc light

315

223,898

Jan. 27, 1880

Thomas Edison

Electric light

322

224,573

Feb. 17, 1880

Emile Berliner

Microphone

326

226,052

Mar. 30, 1880

John Ericsson

Air engine

329

227,028

Apr. 27, 1880

James Mauzey

Solar heater

333

237,664

Feb. 8, 1881

Frederic Ives

Photo-relief printing plates

336

239,659

Apr. 5, 1881

Houston & Thomson

Milk creamer

337

240,546

Apr. 26, 1881

John Reece

Button hole sewing machine

339

240,634

Apr. 26, 1881

Frederick Allen

Life raft

353

242,786

June 14, 1881

John McTammany

Player piano

356

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

245,501

Aug. 9, 1881

Frederic Ives

Photo-relief printing plate

361

250,126

Nov. 29, 1881

Francis Blake

Speaking telephone

363

         

257,103

Apr. 25, 1882

John Sutliff

Perpetual motion machine

366

257,487

May 9, 1882

William F. Ford

Stethoscope

368

259,054

June 6, 1882

Henry Seely

Electric iron

370

271,363

Jan. 30, 1883

Ritty & Birch

Cash register

373

297,383

Apr. 22, 1884

John Golding

Expanded metal screen

379

306,594

Oct. 14, 1884

George Eastman

Photographic film

381

324,535

Aug. 18, 1885

Samuel Clemens

Game

385

341,214

May 4, 1886

C. Bell & Tainter

Phonograph disk record

388

347,140

Aug. 10, 1886

Elihu Thomson

Electric welding

398

372,786

Nov. 8, 1887

Emile Berliner

Gramophone disk record

403

373,064

Nov. 15, 1887

Carl Gassner

Dry cell battery

407

381,968

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

AC synchronous motor

408

381,969

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Synchronous motor

417

381,970

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Electric distributor

421

382, 279

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Induction magnetic motor

426

382,280

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Alternating current transmission

431

382,281

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Alternating current transmission

435

382,282

May 1, 1888

Nikola Tesla

Electric distribution

444

388,003

Aug. 14, 1888

O. Shallenberger

Alternating current meter

449

388,850

Sept. 4, 1888

George Eastman

Roll film camera (Kodak)

455

389,124

Sept. 4, 1888

Edward Weston

Solar cell

464

389,125

Sept. 4, 1888

Edward Weston

Solar cell

467

392,046

Oct. 30, 1888

John Loud

Ball-point pen

470

395,782

Jan. 8, 1889

Herman Hollerith

Computer (punch card accounting)

473

400,655

Apr. 2, 1889

Charles Hall

Hall aluminum process

480

412,724

Oct. 15, 1889

William Calver

Solar reflector

483

424,695

Apr. 1, 1890

Charles Van Depoele

Electric trolley car

486

428,057

May 13, 1890

Nikola Tesla

Electric generator

493

430,212

June 17, 1890

Hiram Maxim

Smokeless powder

496

436,532

Sept. 16, 1890

O. Mergenthaler

Linotype

502

441,831

Dec. 2, 1890

George Eastman

Photographic film

538

447,918

Mar. 10, 1891

Almon Strowger

Automatic telephone exchange

542

459,341

Sept. 8, 1891

Charles Miller

Clothes wringer

548

473,653

Apr. 26, 1892

Sarah Boone

Ironing board for sleeves

551

474,230

May 3, 1892

Thomas Edison

Speaking telegraph

554

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

 

         

486,909

Nov. 29, 1892

Almon Strowger

Automatic telephone exchange

557

493,426

Mar. 14, 1893

Thomas Edison

Motion picture projector

568

493,426

Apr. 11, 1893

Frederic Ives

Half tone printing plate

575

496,443

Apr. 11, 1893

Chas. Van Depoele

Trolley

 

578

504,038

Aug. 29, 1893

Whitcomb Judson

Zipper

585

522,066

June 26, 1894

Carl de Laval

Supersonic steam turbine nozzle

589

527,377

Oct. 9, 1894

Melvin Severy

Solar cell

594

527,379

Oct. 9, 1894

Melvin Severy

Solar cell

600

538,366

Mar. 26, 1895

Henry Simmons

Railroad car for passing

604

536,569

Mar. 26, 1895

Francis Jenkins

Phantoscope

608

540,648

June 11, 1985

Charles Duryea

Automobile

610

542,846

July 16, 1895

Rudolf Diesel

Diesel engine

620

549,160

No.v. 5, 1895

George Selden

Automobile

630

556,972

Mar. 24, 1896

Clement Hardy

Rotary disk plow

636

557,994

Apr. 7, 1896

Tolbert Langston

Justifying lines of type

642

560,291

May 19, 1896

Edward Acheson

Carborundum

746

581,213

Apr. 20, 1897

Simon Lake

Submarine

751

586,193

July 13,1897

Guglielmo Marconi

Wireless telegraph

764

588,177

Aur. 17, 1897

Harry Reagan

Solar cell

775

589,168

Aug. 31, 1897

Thomas Edison

Motion picture camera

779

608,755

Aug. 9, 1898

Henry Cottle

Storing and using solar heat

785

608,845

Aug. 9, 1989

Rudolf Diesel

Diesel engine

788

610,040

Aug. 30, 1898

Henry Ford

Carburetor

794

610,861

Sept. 13, 1898

Hannibal Goodwin

Roll photographic film

797

612,195

Mar. 14, 1899

F. Graf Zeppelin

Zeppelin

803

634,042

Oct. 3, 1899

John Thurman

Vacuum cleaner

810

635,919

Oct. 31, 1899

Charles Curtis

Gas turbine

814

644,077

Feb. 27,1900

Felix Hoffman

Aspirin

827

645,576

Mar. 20,1900

Nikola Tesla

Wireless transmission of electric power

828

657,711

Sept. 11,1900

F. & F. Stanley

Stanley Steamer

835

661,619

Nov. 13,1900

Valdemar Poulsen

Magnetic tape recording

839

668,269

Feb. 19,1901

Taylor & White

High speed steel tools

846

Re. 11,913

June 4, 1901

Guglielmo Marconi

Wireless telegraphy

852

686,046

Nov. 5, 1901

Henry Ford

Automobile

861

694,154

Feb. 25,1902

John Holland

Submarine

866

708,553

Sept. 9,1902

John Holland

Submarine

869

Re. 12,037

Sept. 30,1902

Thomas Edison

Motion picture camera

873

Re. 12,038

Sept. 30, 1902

Thomas Edison

Motion picture film

879

721,117

Feb. 17,1903

Henry Wood

Automatic stereotype printing

885

727,650

May 12, 1903

Carl Linde

Linde oxygen process

909

728,173

May 12, 1903

Carl Linde

Equip. for Linde oxygen process

914

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

745,157

Nov. 24,1903

Clyde Coleman

Automobile self starter

919

Re. 12,192

Jan. 122,1904

Thomas Edison

Motion picture film

927

762,561

June 14,1904

Seiberling & Stevens

Tire making machine

933

763,772

June 28,1904

Guglielmo Marconi

Wireless telegraph equip.

944

766,768

Aug. 2,1904

Michael Owens

Glass shaping machine

951

775,134

Nov. 15,1904

King Gillette

Gillette safety blade & razor

976

775,135

Nov. 15,1904

King Gillette

Gillette safety razor

981

795,525

July 25,`1905

Carl Linde

Equip. for Linde oxygen process

985

803,684

Nov. 7,1905

John Fleming

Two element vacuum tube

988

821,393

May 22,1906

O. & W. Wright

Airplane

995

823,022

June 12,1906

John Ballance

Sound movies

1005

836,070

Nov. 13,1906

Lee de Forest

Radio tube detector

1008

841,387

Jan. 15,1907

Lee de Forest

Radio amplifier tube

1011

879,532

Feb. 18,1908

Lee de Forest

Triode

1015

942,809

Dec. 7,1909

Leo Baekeland

Bakelite plastic

1019

952,513

Mar. 22,1910

James Dow

Insulator for electric circuits

1022

968,166

Aug. 23,1910

Charles Knight

Sleeve valve engine

1025

971,501

Sept. 27,1910

Haber & Rossignol

Haber process for ammonia

1040

1,000,000

Aug. 8,1911

Francis Holton

Vehicle tire

1041

1,014,853

Jane. 16,1912

Lillian Russell

Dresser trunk

1044

1,030,178

June 18,1912

Peter Hewitt

Mercury vapor lamp

1050

1,032,394

July 16,1912

Bradley Fiske

Airborne torpedoes

1054

1,049,667

Jan. 7,1913

William Burton

Cracking petroleum

1057

1,077,219

Oct. 28,1913

William Coblentz

Solar cell

1060

1,082,933

Dec. 30,1913

William Coolidge

Tungsten filament light bulb

1063

1,102,653

July 7,1914

Robert Goddard

Two-stage rocket

1074

1,103,503

July 14,1914

Robert Goddard

Rocket

1078

1,113,149

Oct. 6,1914

Edwin Armstrong

Wireless receiver

1087

1,115,674

Nov. 3,1914

Mary Jacob

Brassiere

1096

1,127,465

Feb. 9,1915

Almer McAfee

Catalytic cracking of petroleum

1101

1,133,435

Mar. 30,1915

Reg. Fessenden

Phototube

1109

1,156,215

Oct. 12,1915

Glenn Curtis

Seaplane

1114

1,173,079

Feb. 22,1916

E. Alexanderson

Radio tuning system

1121

1,180,159

Apr. 18 ,1916

Irving Langmuir

Gaseous electric light

1129

1,242,872

Oct. 9,1917

Clarence Saunders

Supermarket

1136

1,245,446

Nov. 6,1917

Carl Englund

Imprv. Amplitude modulation

1142

1,279,471

Sept. 17,1918

Elmer Sperry

Sperry gyrocompass

1145

1,350,201

Aug. 17,1920

Paul Yeso

Helicopter

1164,1146

1,357,521

Nov. 2,1920

Clarence Saunders

Supermarket

1168

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

1,370,316

Mar. 1, 1921

Harry Houdini

Diver's suit

1173

1,375,931

Apr. 26,1921

Auguste Rateau

Aircraft turbosupercharger

1178

1,386,791

Aug. 9,1921

George Murdock

Self-sealing gas tank

1183

1,404,539

Jan. 24,1922

Christian Nelson

Ice cream bar

1194

1,413,121

Apr. 18,1922

John Johnson

Adjustable wrench

1197

1,522,176

Jan. 6,1925

G.W. Carver

Cosmetic from peanuts

1202

1,537,879

May 12,1925

Alden Putnam

Treaded pneumatic tire

1204

1,551,834

Sept. 1,1925

Adolph Monsen

Helicopter

1207

1,558,436

Oct. 20,1925

Irving Langmuir

High vacuum radio tube

1211

1,573,846

Feb. 23,1926

Thomas Midgley

Tetraethyl lead gasoline additive

1221

1,575,263

Mar. 2,1928

Mrs. R. Valentino

Doll

1226

1,581,188

Apr. 20,1926

Colin Fink

Chrome plating

1230

1,655,113

Jan. 3,1928

Nikola Tesla

Convertiplane

1234

1,704,061

Mar.5,1929

Clarence Saunders

Supermarket

1240

1,721,530

July 23,1929

Jacob Schick

Schick electric razor

1243

1,760,820

May 27,1930

Richard Drew

Scotch masking tape

1248

1,773,079

Aug. 12,1930

Clarence Birdseye

Packaged frozen food

1257

1,773,980

Aug. 26,1930

Philo Farnsworth

Television system

1271

1,773,981

Aug. 26,1930

Philo Farnsworth

Television receiver

1284

1,781,541

Nov. 11,1930

Albert Einstein & Leo Szilard

Servel gas refrigerator

1289

1,806,763

May 26,1931

George McCarthy

Microfilm camera

1293

1,833,847

Nov. 24,1931

Midgley, Henne & McNary

Flurocarbon refrigeration (Freon)

1304

1,911,127

May 23,1933

Max Wasserberg

Beach and lawn chair

1308

1,911,129

May 23,1933

Gertrude Ederle & C. Kelsey

Paddle-driven swimming device

1313

1,917,099

July 4,1933

William Coolidge

X-ray tube for inside the body

1317

1,918,848

July 18,1933

Ediwn Land

Polaroid glass, etc.

1320

1,941,066

Dec. 26,1933

Edwin Armstrong

FM radio

1325

1,946,312

Feb. 6,1934

William Coolidge

X-ray tube

1331

1,948,384

Feb. 20,1934

Ernest Lawrence

Cyclotron

1333

2,000,000

Apr. 30,1935

Joseph Ledwinka

Pneumatic-tired wheel for RR

1342

2,010,712

Aug. 6,1935

William Coolidge

Cathode ray tube

1345

2,021,907

Nov. 26,1935

Vladimir Zworykin

Television system

1349

2,026,082

Dec. 31,1935

Charles Darrow

Monopoly game

1352

2,040,248

May 12,1936

Dvorak & Dealey

Dvorak typewriter keyboard

1366

2,058,562

Oct. 27, 1936

Gustav Bucky

Light-intensity-sensitive camera

1375

2,066,708

Jan. 5, 1937

Samuel Young

Aluminum screw-type bottle cap

1378

2,071,250

Feb. 16,1937

Wallace Carothers

Nylon

1383

2,071,251

Feb. 16,1937

Wallace Carothers

Nylon fiber

1393

2,081,157

July 13,1937

Leroy Lind

Servi-Soft water softener

1402

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

2,139,296

Dec. 6,1938

Valdimir Zworykin

Cathode ray tube, television

1408

2,168,892

Aug. 8,1939

Vladimir Zworykin

Making impr. cathode ray tube

1411

2,177,627

Oct. 31,1939

Richard Drew

Scotch cellophane tape

1415

2,198,423

Apr. 23,1940

Herman Anthony

Leak-proof flashlight battery (Ray-O-Vac)

1423

2,206,634

July 2,1940

Fermi, Amaldi, Pontecorvo, Rasetti & Segre

Radioactive isotope production

1427

2,221,776

Nov. 19,1940

Chester Carlson

Xerography

1435

2,291,158

July 28,1942

Holstensson &Arvidius

Phonograph record changer

1442

2,292,387

Aug. 11, 1942

Hedy Markey (Hedy Lamarr) 7 Anthiel

Topedo controls

1436

2,297,691

Oct. 6,1942

Chester Carlson

Improved Xerography

1463

2,329,074

Sept. 7,1943

Paul Muller

Insecticide (DDT)

1473

2,351,004

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1478

2,351,005

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1483

2,351,006

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1494

2.351,007

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1499

2.351,008

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1506

2,351,009

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1510

2,351,010

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1514

2,351,011

June 13,1944

Marvin Camras

Magnetic wire recording

1519

2,366,007

Dec. 28,1944

Gaetano D'Alelio

Sulphonated polyvinyl polymers

1524

2,379,862

July 10,1945

Vannevar Bush

Justifying typewriter

1527

2,391,859

Jan. 1, 1946

Earl Babcock

Window air conditioner

1556

2,402,577

June 25, 1946

Dorothy Rodgers

Jonny mop

1567

2,404,334

July 16,1946

Frank Whittle

Jet engine

1571

2,407,966

Sept. 17,1946

James Sprague

Sulfonamide (Sulfa drugs)

1578

2,479,295

Aug. 16,1949

Behrens, Corse,Jones & Soper

Improved penicillins

1583

2,482,773

Sept. 27,1949

T. Heironymous

Psionic machine

1608

2,485,760

Oct. 25, 1949

Millis, Gagnebin

Ductile cast iron

1614

2,524,035

Oct. 3,1950

Bardeen & Brattain

Point contact transistor

1635

2,535,018

Dec. 19,1950

Rose Marie Reid

Bathing suit

1649

2,543,181

Feb. 27,1951

Edwin Land

Polaroid film

1653

2,554,816

May 29, 1951

Clapp & Robin

Improved sulfa drugs

1685

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

2,569,347

Sept. 25,1951

William Shockley

Junction transistor

1689

2.591.556

Apr. 15, 1952

K. Germeshausen

Hydrogen thryaton

1702

2,602.769

July 8, 1952

Murray & Peterson

Cotorticosteroids

1711

2,613,795

Oct. 14,1952

Lin Yutang

Chinese typewriter

1765

2,648,085

Aug. 11,1953

Dorothy Rodgers

Improved Jonny mop

1804

2,682,235

June 29,1954

Buckminster Fuller

Geodesic dome

1807

2,708,656

May 17,1955

Fermi & Szilard

Atomic reactor

1819

2,711,534

June 21,1955

Robert Rines

Hi-definition image by scanning radar

1876

2,728,867

Dec. 27,1955

Volney Wilson

Atomic battery

1888

2,745,038

May 8, 1956

George Sziklai

Improved television circuit

1893

2,767,984

Oct. 23,1956

John Zuercher

Automatic bowling pin spotter

1898

2,772,360

Nov. 27,1956

William Shockley

Improved transistor

1915

2,790,362

Apr. 30,1957

Higonnet & Moyround

Photo-typesetter (Photon)

1930

2,799,619

July 16,1957

Seifter,Monaco & Hoover

Tranquilizer

1973

2,800,631

July 23,1957

Suess, Trenkler. Hauttmann &Rinesch

Oxygen steel process

1975

2,816,721

Dec. 17, 1957

Richard Taylor

Rocket engine

1983

2,835,548

May 20,1957

Robert Baumann

Space satellite

1986

2,866,012

Dec. 23,1958

Ginsburg & Henderson

Video tape recording

1992

2,879,439

Mar. 24,1959

Charles Townes

Maser

2000

2,881,246

Apr. 7,1959

Sherman Fairchild

Improved photo-engraving

2007

2,882,643

Apr. 21,1959

Jianas, Spanos, John Dos Passos & Towne

Toy bubble gun

2013

2,929,922

Mar. 22,1960

Schawlow & Townes

Lasers

2016

2,947,608

Aug. 2,1960

Howard Hall

Synthetic diamond process

2024

2,947,609

Aug. 2, 1960

Herbert Strong

Synthetic diamond process

2031

2,947,610

Aug. 2, 1960

Hall & Strong

Synthetic diamond process

2042

2,947,611

Aug. 2,1960

Francis Bundy

Synthetic diamond process

2050

2,956,114

Oct. 11,1960

Ginsburg, Henderson, Dolby & Anderson

Videotape recorder

2055

2,981,877

Apr. 25,1961

Robert Noyce

Integrated circuit

2068

3,000,000

Sept. 12, 1961

Kenneth Eldredge

Electronic reading system

2076

3,091,888

June 4,1963

Robert Patch (6 years old)

Toy truck

2086

3,093,346

June 11,1963

Faget, et al

Mercury space capsule

2091

3,129,001

Apr. 14,1964

Paul Winchell

Novelty mask

2098

3,139,957

July 7, 1964

Buckminster Fuller

Improved Geodesic dome

2102

Patent No.

Date Issued

Issued to

Patent

Page

         

3,156,523

Nov. 10,1964

Glenn Seaborg

Americium (Element 95)

2114

3,295,591

Jan. 3,1967

Harry Thomason

Solar heating and cooling

2118

3,353,115

Nov. 14, 1967

Theodore Maiman

Ruby laser operating system

2115

3,365,583

Jan. 23, 0968

J.B. Gunn

Electric field-Responsive solid state devices

2131

3,426,747

Feb. 11,1969

A. Herman &Zeppo Marx

Cardiac pulse watch

2167

3,473,526

Oct. 21,1969

A. Herman & Zeppo Marx

Cardiac pulse-rate monitor

2157

3,938,115

Feb. 11, 1976

Sidney Jacoby

Smoke & heat alarm

2160

4,000,000

Dec. 28,1976

Robert Mendenhall

Recycling asphalt aggregates

2166

4,270,182

May 26,1981

Satya Asija

First computer program (software)

2172

4,666,425

May 19,1987

Chet Fleming

Keeping a head alive

2198

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