Muscatine County, Iowa

FAMILY STORIES

MUSCATINE COUNTY INVENTORS 1858-1933
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Submitted by Lynn McCleary, Decmember 2, 2017

Surname Given Name Residence Title of Invention Classification of Invention Patent Number Patent Granted
Acker Julius Muscatine, IA Curtain-operator Fastening of component parts of lighting devices, e.g. shades, gloves, refractors, reflectors, filters, screens, grids or protective cages with provision for adjustment. Partners Julius McCoskry & August Molis of Muscatine, IA. US600940A 22 Mar 1898
Aeuer Henry Muscatine, IA Vegetable Cutter Guide fences or stops for timber in saw mills or sawing machines; Measuring equipment thereon arranged laterally and parallel with respect to the plane of the saw blade. (Improved cabbage-cutter) US61304A 22 Jan 1867
Ament W. D. Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. US48884A 25 Jul 1865
Andrews Richard E. Muscatine, IA Power-operated wheelbarrow Power operated wheelbarrow. Assignors to the Prime Mover Co., Muscatine, IA; partner Herchael Wood Miller, Davenport, Scott Co. IA. USD166817S 20 May 1952
Baker John Muscatine, IA Device for hinging and supporting doors of process-kettles Lids or covers. US319169A 2 Jun 1885
Baker John Muscatine, IA Fruit Drinking cups (improvements in Cans for preserving fruit, vegetables and meats). US295716A 25 Mar 1884
Baker John Muscatine, IA Can-filling machine Methods of devices for controlling the quantity of the material fed or filed by volumetric measurement by pistons co-operating with measuring chambers. US503029A 8 Aug 1893
Baker John Muscatine, IA Can-filling machine Apparatus requiring external operation and adapted at each repeated and identical operation to measure and separate a predetermined volume of fluid or Fluent sold material from a supply or container without regard to weight and to deliver it with stationary measuring chambers having constant volume during measurement with supply and discharge valves of the rectilinearly-moved slide type for fluent solid material. US503030A 8 Aug 1893
Baker Norman G. Muscatine, IA Holder for photographic paper Baseboards, easels US1452996A 24 Apr 1923
Baker Norman G. Muscatine, IA Automatic calliope Pianofortes with keyboard US1512666A 21 Oct 1924
Baker Norman G. Muscatine, IA Automatic centering and drilling button-machine Metal-working machines incorporating a plurality of sub-assemblies, each capable of performing a metal-working operation the sub-assemblies being arranged to operate simultaneously at different stations, e.g. with an annular work-table moved in steps with circular arrangement of the sub-assemblies. Assignee Panasonic Corp. US722796A 17 Mar 1903
Baker Paul Stanley Muscatine, IA Machine for washing and scalding fruits, &c Cleaning containers, e.g. tanks by using apparatus into or on to which containers, e.g. bottles, jars, cans are brought the apparatus being characterized by means for conveying or carrying containers there through. US898954A 15 Sep 1908
Baker Sidney J. Muscatine, IA Canning-machine Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurizing, sterilizing specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs by heating materials in packages which are progressively transported, continuously or stepwise, though the apparatus with packages transported along helical path. Partners Frank J. Stohr & Paul W. Freund of Muscatine, IA. US772078A 11 Oct 1904
Banks Lyman Muscatine, IA Convertible cot Reclining or easy chairs having independently-adjustable supporting parts the parts, being the back-rest, or the back-rest and seat unit, having adjustable and lockable inclination by means of peg-and notch or pawl-and-ratchet mechanism. US358528A 1 Mar 1887
Banks Lyman Muscatine, IA Bracing Bedsteads dismountable. US389733A 18 Sep 1888
Banks Lyman Muscatine, IA Paper-file holder Filing appliances with means for engaging perforations or slots with pillars, post, rods, or tubes. US379846A 20 Mar 1888
Banks Lyman Muscatine, IA Convertible cot and seat Reclining or easy chairs having independently-adjustable supporting parts the parts, being the back-rest, or the back-rest and seat unit, having adjustable and lockable inclination by means of peg-and notch or pawl-and-ratchet mechanism. US339131A 6 Apr 1886
Barnes Charles Muscatine, IA Windmill Regulator Controlling wind motors. US456264A 21 Jul 1891
Barry Nicholas Muscatine, IA Metal split pulley Split pulleys. US1223024A 17 Apr 1917
Barry Nicholas Muscatine, IA Acetylene-torch Mixing devices; Mixing tubes with injectors. US1248994A 4 Dec 1917
Barry Nicholas Muscatine, IA Water-jet head attachment for button-blank cutting machines Devices for lubricating or cooling circular saw blades. UA1452779A 24 Apr 1923
Barry Nicholas Muscatine, IA Flashing Junctions of roof sheathings to chimneys or other parts extending above the roof specially adapted for inclined roofs specially adapted to the cross -section of the parts extending above the roof wherein the parts extending above the roof have a generally circular cross-section. US558025A 14 Apr 1896
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Plumber's trap Odour seals having U-shaped trap. US384114A 5 Jun 1888
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Trap-screw Odour seals having U-shaped trap. US577343A 16 Feb 1897
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Stop-cock box Underground hydrants US380308A 3 Apr 1888
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-drilling machine Metal-working machines incorporating a plurality of sub-assemblies, each capable of performing a metal-working operation the sub-assemblies being arranged to operate simultaneously at different stations, e.g. with an annular work-table moved in steps with circular arrangement of the sub-assemblies. US659192A 2 Oct 1900
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-grinding machine Producing buttons or semi-finished parts of buttons by cutting, milling turning, stamping, or perforating moulded part; Surface treatment of buttons. US659193A 2 Oct 1900
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Trap for waste-pipes Odour seals having U-shaped trap. US265372A 3 Oct 1882
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-blank cutting machine Machines with one working spindle specially adapted for making nuts. US659191A 2 Oct 1900
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Plumber's trap Odour seals having U-shaped trap. US492260A 21 Feb 1893
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Water-closet Bowl integral with the flushing cistern provided with flushing valves. US293935A 19 Feb 1884
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-making machinery Articles. US864720A 27 Aug 1907
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Metal-working machines incorporating a plurality of sub-assemblies, each capable of performing a metal-working operation the sub-assemblies being arranged to operate simultaneously at different stations, e.g. with an annular work-table moved in steps with circular arrangement of the sub-assemblies. Partner Patrick J. Barry of Muscatine, IA. US766014A 26 Jul 1904
Barry Nicholas Jr. Muscatine, IA Plumber's trap Odour seals having U-shaped trap. US542868A 16 Jul 1895
Barry Nichols Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-blank cutting machine Drilling machines with a plurality of working-spindles; Drilling automations with parallel work spindles having gear transmissions. US897187A 25 Aug 1908
Barry Nichols Jr. Muscatine, IA Button-machine Producing buttons or semi-finished parts of buttons by cutting, milling, turning, stamping, or perforating moulded parts; Surface treatment of buttons. US643585A 13 Feb 1900
Barry Nichols Jr. Muscatine, IA Grease-trap Devices for separating oil water or grease from sewage in drains leading to the main sewer. Partner Patrick J. Barry of Muscatine, IA. US492261A 21 Feb 1893
Barry Patrick J. Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Metal-working machines incorporating a plurality of sub-assemblies, each capable of performing a metal-working operation the sub-assemblies being arranged to operate simultaneously at different stations, e.g. with an annular work-table moved in steps with circular arrangement of the sub-assemblies. Partner Nicholas Jr. Barry of Muscatine, IA. US766014A 26 Jul 1904
Barry Patrick J. Muscatine, IA Grease-trap Devices for separating oil water or grease from sewage in drains leading to the main sewer. Partner Nichols Jr. Barry of Muscatine, IA. US492261A 21 Feb 1893
Barry Thomas F. Muscatine, IA Button-cutting machine Assignor Barry Manufacturing Co. Arrangements for cooling or lubricating tools or work with a cutting liquid nozzle specially adaptable to different kinds of machining operations. US999429A 1 Aug 1911
Beesley Thomas F. Muscatine, IA improvement in balanced slide-valves Multiple-way valves, e.g. mixing valves; Pipe fittings incorporation such valves with all movable sealing faces moving as one unit comprising only sliding valves, i.e. sliding closure elements with linearly sliding closure members with flat slides. US134838A 14 Jan 1873
Benson William Muscatine, IA Insect destroyer Wheeled machines, with means for stripping-off or brushing-off insects. (Machine for destroying potato bugs) Partner Henry Pitchforth of Muscatine, IA. US65427A 4 Jun 1867
Berkshire John H. Muscatine, IA Improvement in steam-condensers Introducing a gas or vapour into a liquid medium, e.g. producing areated liquids. Partner Archibald Kennedy of Muscatine, IA. US124065A 27 Feb 1872
Binner Adolph Muscatine, IA Improved window-shade Screens or other constructions affording protection against light, especially against sunshine; Similar screens for privacy or appearance; Slat blinds. Partner John Leuzinger of Muscatine, IA US64062A 23 Apr 1867
Bitzer William H. Muscatine, IA Arrangement of devices in shingle-machines Methods for subdividing trunks or logs essentially involving sawing. US25945A 1 Nov 1859
Bond Ulysses Grant Muscatine, IA Armed vise Movable or adjustable work or tool supports using particular mechanisms with rotating pairs only, the rotating pairs being the first two elements of the mechanism two rotating parts only a single rotating pair followed perpendicularly by a single rotating pair followed perpendicularly by a single rotating pair. Partner John M. O'Brian. US1192267A 25 Jul 1916
Boos Joseph B. Muscatine, IA Screw-door safe Safes or strong-rooms for valuables. US708991A 16 Sep 1902
Boos Joseph B. Muscatine, IA Screw-door safe Safes or strong-rooms for valuables. Partners C. R. Musser, G. M. Titus, D. V. Jackson. US695191A 11 Mar 1902
Boss Casper M. B. Muscatine, IA Crown and bridge work Facing and backing. US884977A 14 Apr 1908
Boughner Francis A. Muscatine, IA Improvements in wagon-jacks Crowbars or levers. US188335A 13 Mar 1877
Brandt Christopher C. F. Muscatine, IA Clothes-drier Collapsible clothes racks, e.g. swingable, foldable, extendible. US490943A 31 Jan 1893
Braun Henry S. Nichols, Muscatine Co., IA Road-drag attachment Animal-drawn ploughs without alternating possibility, i.e. incapable of making an adjacent furrow on return journey, i.e. conventional ploughing. Partner William R. Schmitt of Muscatine, IA. US1197069A 5 Sep 1916
Brent Edmund J. Muscatine, IA Window-screen frame Clamping or clipping connections for rods or tubes being in angled relationship for tubes using the innerside thereof. US281964A 24 Jul 1883
Brent Theodore R. Muscatine, IA Improvement in corn-planters Gearing comprising primarily only cams, cam-followers and screw-and-nut mechanisms for interconverting rotary motion and oscillating motion. US36069A 5 Aug 1862
Bridges William C. Muscatine, IA Neck-shaving guard Combs, stencils, or guides, specially adapted for hair trimming devices. US1538614A 19 May 1925
Bridges William C. Muscatine, IA Razor-guard Combs, stencils, or guides, specially adapted for hair trimming devices. US1247787A 27 Nov 1917
Brown Margaret Allbee Muscatine, IA Safety-pocket wrist-watch guard Cases for pocket watches and wrist watches with cover or protective device which can be completely removed, either by lifting off or by sliding, or by turning (protection covers, protection cases also against humidity). US1479363A 1 Jan 1924
Butz Clarence Muscatine, IA Ham presser and cooker Ham-boilers. US1165223A 21 Dec 1915
Carter Llewellyn D. Muscatine, IA Adjustable bracket Cabinets racks or shelf units, characterized by features for adjusting shelves or partitions with means for adjusting the height of detachable shelf supports consisting of clamping means, e. g. with sliding bolts or sliding wedges the shelf supports being cantilever brackets. US878455A 4 Feb 1908
Cass A. B. Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Harrows with non-rotating tools with tools rigidly or elastically attached to a tool frame. US35668A 24 Jun 1862
Childs Merrick E. Muscatine, IA Apparatus for cutting picture-mats with circular openings or holes Sawing machines or sawing devices working with circular saw blades, characterized only by constructional features of particular parts of devices for feeding, positioning, clamping or rotating work. US534061A 12 Feb 1895
Childs Merrick E. West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Apparatus for providing picture-mats with square or rectangular holes Work-clamping means. US536016A 19 Mar 1895
Clifford Charles Muscatine, IA Photographic Flash Light Apparatus Light sources using a charge of combustible material, e.g. illuminating flash devices. Partner Fred H. Clifford of Muscatine, IA. US560778A 26 May 1896
Clifford Fred H. Muscatine, IA Photographic Flash Light Apparatus Light sources using a charge of combustible material, e.g. illuminating flash devices. Partner Charles Clifford of Muscatine, IA. US560778A 26 May 1896
Climer Henry Muscatine, IA Improvement in planning-machines Partners Chareles E. Mobeth, Frederick Bentel and William G. Marge-Dant of Hamilton, Butler Co. , OH. Multi-purpose machines; Universall machines; Equipemt therefor with a single working spindle. US120448A 31 Oct 1871
Cromer Hiram Muscatine, IA Rotary harrow Harrows with rotary non-driven tools with tooth-like tools on vertically-arranged axles. US518520A 17 Apr 1894
Cross Allen Muscatine, IA Sewer-rod-operating mechanism Cleaning sewer pipes by mechanical means. Partner Evert F. Duncan of Muscatine, IA US1523175A 13 Jan 1925
Cummings Perley M. Muscatine, IA Improvement in saw-mill head blocks Cutting through work characterized by the nature or movement of the cutting member or particular material not otherwise provided for; Apparatus or machines therefor; Cutting members therefor involving a cutting member which does not travel with the work having a cutting member moving about an axis with a circular cutting member, e.g. disc cutter rotating about a stationary axis. US127465A 4 Jun 1872
Dalzell Henry M. Muscatine, IA Tubular crown-saw Drills with a tubular body details about the connection between the driven shaft and the tubular cutting part. US640180A 26 Dec 1899
Davis A. M. Muscatine, IA Life-saving apparatus Life-rafts. Partner Thomas F. Gleason. US1093987A 21 Apr 1916
DeForrest James W. Muscatine, IA Feed-water heater Engines characterized by the method of introducing liquid fuel into cylinders and not otherwise provided for. Partner William A. Gibson of Muscaine, IA. US669921A 12 Mar 1901
Demorest Albert Frederick Muscatine, IA Window and door screen Serving doors; Passing-through doors; Pet-doors US232467A 21 Sep 1880
Dermedy J. G. Muscatine, IA Trolley-harp Devices preventing the collector from jumping off. Partner Thomas Egan of Muscatine, IA. US773280A 25 Oct 1904
Di Gianni Frank Muscatine, IA Shell-grinder Work carriers for single side lapping of plane surfaces. US1109405A 1 Sep 1914
Dillaway George William Muscatine, IA Permutation-lock permutation or combination locks; Puzzle locks with two or more push or pull knobs, slides, or the like. US641501A 16 Jan 1900
Doering William Muscatine, IA Design for a heel plate Heel plate USD90976S 7 Nov 1933
Donnel John Wesley Muscatine, IA Improvement in millstone-drivers Crushing or disintergrating by disc mills with coaxial discs with vertical axis. Partner Garrett W. Shreurs of Muscatine, IA. US207401A 27 Aug 1878
Duncan Evert F. Muscatine, IA Sewer-rod-operating mechanism Cleaning sewer pipes by mechanical means. Partner Allen Cross of Muscatine, IA. US1523175A 13 Jan 1925
Dunham George W. Muscatine, IA Shoelace and shoe tongue holder Design for shoelace and shoe tongue holder USD45862S 2 Jun 1914
Egan Thomas Muscatine, IA Trolley-harp Devices preventing the collector from jumping off. Partner J. G. Dermedy of Muscatine, IA. US773280A 25 Oct 1904
Ehrhart H. Muscatine, IA Improved paddle-wheel Mechanisms for controlling blade adjustment or movement relative to rotor head, e.g. lag-head movement. US21826A 19 Oct 1858
Eichelberger Frank E. Muscatine, IA Lubricant-stick holder Features relating to lubrication or cooling or heating. US1438026A 5 Dec 1922
Everitt William R. Muscatine, IA Coupling for hay rakes and loaders Draw-gear or towing devices characterized by their type consisting of an elongated single bar or tube comprising telescopic or foldable parts. US973417A 18 Oct 1910
Fack Henry H. Muscatine, IA Display-stand Rotary display stands. Assignee Automatic Button Co. US854994A 28 May 1907
Fisher Edwin M. S. Muscatine, IA Heater for drinking fountains Devices for warming vessels containing drinks or food, especially by means of burners; Warming devices with a burner, e.g. using gasoline; Traveling cookers, e.g. using petroleum or gasoline with one burner. Partner Harry L. Fisher of Muscatine, IA. US1075344A 14 Oct 1913
Fisher Harry L. Muscatine, IA Heater for drinking fountains Devices for warming vessels containing drinks or food, especially by means of burners; Warming devices with a burner, e.g. using gasoline; Traveling cookers, e.g. using petroleum or gasoline with one burner. Partner Edwin M.S. Fisher of Muscatine, IA. US1075344A 14 Oct 1913
Fisher Harry L. Muscatine, IA Drinking-fountain Drinking equipment with water heaters, coolers, or means for preventing freezing. US1085199A 27 Jan 1914
Fisher Harry L. Muscatine, IA Moving-picture machine Details specially adapted for motion-picture projection. Partner Frank W. Walker of Muscatine, IA. US1101916A 30 Jun 1914
Fitzgerald James Muscatine, IA Crank Handle Crank handles. Partner George W. Pelton, Muscatine, IA. US471328A 22 Mar 1892
Freund Paul W. Muscatine, IA Canning-machine Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurizing, sterilizing specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs by heating materials in packages which are progressively transported, continuously or stepwise, though the apparatus with packages transported along helical path. Partners Sidney J Baker & Frank J. Stohr of Muscatine, IA. US772078A 11 Oct 1904
Gabel Albert Muscatine, IA Lighting-arrester Mounting arrangements for a plurality of overvoltage arresters. US1311063A 22 Jul 1919
Gains Chester R. Muscatine, IA Design for a clock case Clock case. USD79916S 12 Nov 1929
Gates Lafayette M. Muscatine, IA System of heating buildings or dwellings Hot-air central heating systems; Exhaust gas central heating systems operating with discharge of hot air into the space or area to be heated with return of the air or the air-heater. US753253A 1 Mar 1904
Gibson William A. Muscatine, IA Feed-water heater and purifier Heat-exchange apparatus having stationary tubular conduit assemblies for both heat-exchange media, the media being in contact with different sides of a conduit wall the conduits being arranged one within the other, e.g. concentrically the surrounding tube being closed at one end, e.g. return type. Assignee Gibson Heater Company. US715656A 9 Dec 1902
Gibson William A. Muscatine, IA Feed-water heater Engines characterized by the method of introducing liquid fuel into cylinders and not otherwise provided for. Partner James W. DeForrest of Muscatine, IA. US669921A 12 Mar 1901
Gibson William Asa Muscatine, IA Feed-water heater and purifier Preventing the formation of deposits or corrosion, e.g. by using filters or scrapers by using means for separating solid materials from heat-exchange fluids, e.g. filters. US832373A 2 Oct 1906
Giesenhaus Fred Muscatine, IA Currycomb Curry-combs; Shearing sheep chemically US1195458A 11 Aug 1916
Giesenhaus Fred Muscatine, IA Design for a badge Design for a badge. USD53297S 13 May 1919
Giesenhaus Fred Muscatine, IA Salt-shaker Jaw crushers or pulverisers with single-acting jaws. US1157624A 19 Oct 1915
Giesenhaus Fred Muscatine, IA Fish-guard Barrages controlled by the variations of the water level; automatically functioning barrages. US1087163A 17 Feb 1914
Gleason Thomas F. Muscatine, IA Life-saving apparatus Life-rafts. Partner A.M. Davis. US1093987A 21 Apr 1916
Gleason Thomas F. Muscatine, IA Fence-wire stretcher Connections or attachments, e.g. turnbuckles, adapted for straining of cables, ropes, or wire. Partners Herman Roth & Eugene Nelson, Muscatine, IA. US1126445A 26 Jan 1915
Greathouse James N. Muscatine, IA Design for a dress Design for a dress. USD46851S 12 Jan 1915
Green Charles Muscatine, IA Hammer Special Design or construction with both drive and hammer connected to a felcrumed lever, e.g. tall hammers the lever being a spring, i.e. spring hammers. Partners Evert F. & Charles J. Richman. US1450849A 3 Apr 1923
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Improvement in brakes for railway-cars Hand or other personal actuation. US208086A 17 Sep 1878
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. US810116A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. US810117A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. US810118A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators charaterised by the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thickness of the pad characterizedby a layer facilitating or inhibiting flow in one director or plane, e.g. a wicking layer. US810119A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810120A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine. US810121A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810122A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810123A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810124A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810125A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810126A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810128A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Non-adhesive dressing characterized by the structure of the dressing made of multiple layers. US810130A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810131A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810132A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. US810134A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810133S 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Properties of the artice, e.g. stiffness or absorbency. Assignee: American Absorbent Fiber Company of Portland, Maine US810135A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent material Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. UA810136A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent material Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators characterizedby the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thicknessof the pad. UA810138A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent materidal and fiber-stock therefor Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators charaterised by the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thickness of the pad. US810139A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent material Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators charaterised by the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thickness of the pad. US875066A 31 Dec 1907
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Absorbent bandage Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators charaterised by the absorbing medium having an inhomogeneous composition through the thickness of the pad. US810371A 16 Jan 1906
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Art of paper manufacture Absorbent pads, e.g. sanitary towels, swabs or tampons for external or internalapplication to the body; Supporting or fastening means therefor; Tampon applicators charaterised by the absorbing medium characterizedby the connection of the absorbent layers with each other or with the outer layers. US875069A 31 Dec 1907
Green Willard R. Muscatine, IA Flax-breaking apparatus Breaking or scutching, e.g. of flax; Decorticating with crushing or braking roller or plates. Assignee US Textile Company, Boston, MA. US852503A 7 May 1907
Grout Henry Keepers Muscatine, IA Rule Rulers or tapes with scales or marks for direct reading. US1387599A 16 Aug 1921
Hagermann George H. Muscatine, IA Trap Traps for animals. US1539666A 26 May 1925
Hahn John A. Moscow, Muscatine Co., IA Cultivator Hand devices; Hand devices with mechanical accumulators, e.g. springs. US313589A 10 Mar 1885
Hall William A. S. Muscatine, IA Foldable steps or step-ladder Special construction of ladders, e.g. ladders with more or less than two longitudinal members, ladders with movable rungs or other treads, longitudinally-foldable ladders having tip-up steps. US1305281A 3 Jun 1919
Hamann Nathaniel Muscatine, IA Improvement in gates Mechanisms operated by the movement or weight of a person or vehicle by devices, e.g. lever arms, affected by the movement of the user. US91932A 29 Jun 1869
Hannan James Muscatine, IA Toy cannon and target Spring guns in pistol or rifle form. US569282A 13 Oct 1896
Harbaugh Lord W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in horse-collars Horse collars; Manufacturing same US160318A 2 Mar 1875
Heitz Louis Robert Muscatine, IA Device for emptying liquid-containers Contents and propellant separated first separated, but finally mixed, e.g. in dispensing head at least a portion of the propellant being separated from the product and incrementally released by means of a pressure regulator. US1223047A 17 Apr 1917
Heizer Levi L. Muscatine, IA Marking attachment for corn-planters Ridge-marking or like devices; Checkrow wires; Accessories therefor adapted to cut and form or furrow in the soil surface, e.g. with a disc. US1267546A 28 May 1918
Hessler Henry E. Muscatine, IA Tenon-machine gage Cutting tenons of round or rounded-off profile US1020422A 19 Mar 1912
Hill Samuel G. Muscatine, IA Wagon-spring Resilient suspensions for a set of tandem wheels or axles having interrelated movements with two or more pivoted arms, the movements of which are resiliently interrelated, e.g. the arms being rigid a leafsppring being used as equilibration unit between two axel supporting units. US252035A 10 Jan 1882
Hoover Ernest P. Muscatine, IA Signal Electrical circuits for optical signals or lighting devices. US1232549A 10 Jul 1917
Hopkins Fred M. Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Arrangements for performing other machining operations, e.g. milling, drilling. Partners William C. Hopkins & Henry Umlandt of Muscatine, IA. US981564A 10 Jan 1911
Hopkins William C. Muscatine, IA Button-machines Arrangements for performing other machining operations, e.g. milling, drilling. Partner John W Miller, Muscatine, IA. US840939A 8 Jan 1907
Hopkins William C. Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Arrangements for performing other machining operations, e.g. milling, drilling. Partners Fred M. Hopkins & Henry Umlandt of Muscatine, IA. US981564A 10 Jan 1911
Hopkinson Amos Coe Muscatine, IA Electric fire-alarm Electric actuation of the alarm, e.g. using a thermally-operated switch. Partner William B. Hopkinson of Muscatine, IA. US769824A 13 Sep 1904
Hopkinson William B. Muscatine, IA Electric fire-alarm Electric actuation of the alarm, e.g. using a thermally-operated switch. Partner Amos Coe Hopkinson of Muscatine, IA. US769824A 13 Sep 1904
Hudson William J. Muscatine, IA Alternating-current motor-control system and control switch therefor Arrangements for starting electric motors or dynamo-electric converters for starting dynamo-electric motors or dynamo-electric converters for starting an individual polypbase induction motor by progressive reduction of impedance in secondary circuit. Assignee Westinghouse Electric Co. LLC. US1531654A 31 Mar 1925
Hunt G. W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in plows Animal-drawn ploughs without alternating possibility, i.e. incapable of making an adjacent furrow on return journey, i.e. conventional ploughing. US39929A 15 Sep 1863
Hunt George Muscatine, IA Improvement in carriage-plows Tractor-drawn ploughs without alternating possibility. US153256A 21 Jul 1874
Hunt George W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in plows Steering or guiding of machines or implements pushed or pulled by or mounted on agricultural vehicles such as tractors, e.g. by lateral shifting of the towing connection automatic. US27634A 27 Mar 1860
Hunt George W. Muscatine, IA Wheel-plow Harrows with rotary non-driven tools with tooth-like tools on horizontally-arranged axles. US285412A 25 Sep 1883
Hunt Homer H. Muscatine, IA Holder for bows for musical instruments Bow; Guides for bows; Plectra and like playing means. US248467A 18 Oct 1881
Hurlbut Westel W. Muscatine, IA Machine for sawing staves Cutting through work characterized by the nature or movement of the cutting member or particular material not otherwise provided for; Apparatus or machines therefor; Cutting members therefor involving a cutting member which does not travel with the work having a cutting member moving about an axis with a circular cutting member, e.g. disc cutter coating with another disc cutter for thin material, e.g. for sheets, strips or the like. Partner J. Burrel Hurlbut of Chicago, IL. US28986A 3 Jul 1860
Ingalls Moses Muscatine, IA Improved washing-machine Washing machines having beating, rubbing or squeezing means in receptacles stationary for washing purposes. US101269A 29 Mar 1870
Irey John I. West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Concrete-block mold Moulds or moulding surfaces not covered by B28B7/0058-B28B7/36 and B28B7/40-B2887/464, e.g. moulds assembled from several parts. US1233241A 10 Jul 1917
Irvine Thomas F. Muscatine, IA Improvement in sheer-booms Devices for reducing the polluted area with or without additional devices for removing the material. US1593228A 2 Feb 1875
James Joseph P. R. Muscatine, IA Process of producing shell-powders Shaped ceramic products characterized by their composition; Ceramics compositions; Processing powders of inorganic compounds preparatory to the manufacturing f ceramic products based on one-oxide ceramics based on borides, nitrides, i.e. nitrides, oxynitrides, carbonitrides or oxycarbonitrides or silicide's based on boron nitride based on cubic boron nitrides or Wurtzitic boron nitrides, including crystal structure transformation of powder. US801317A 10 Oct 1905
Jelley John A. Muscatine, IA Improvement in windmills Orientation out of wind the rotating axis remaining horizontal. Partner Josiah N. B. Parvin of Muscatine, IA. US153342A 21 Jul 1874
Keffio Albert F. Muscatine, IA Grinding attachment for automatic button-machines Single-purpose machines or devices for particular grinding operations not covered by any other main group for grinding buttons, nail heads, screw heads, bottle capsules or the like. US1205453A 21 Jan 1916
Kefflo Albert F. Muscatine, IA Machine for counting buttons Coin-freed apparatus for hiring articles; Coin-freed facilities or services for assembling an dispensing of pharmaceutical articles. Original Assignee Automatic Button Co. machine that counted buttons, coins, blanks of the like. US1266483A 14 May 1918
Kellogg James Mosley Muscatine, IA Trap Collecting-traps with devices for throwing the animal to a collection chamber. US1020356A 12 Mar 1912
Kemper Bernhart Muscatine, IA Cultivator Clod-crushers US269677A 26 Dec 1882
Kennedy Archibald Muscatine, IA Improvement in steam-condensers Introducing a gas or vapour into a liquid medium, e.g. producing areated liquids. Partner John H. Berkshire of Muscatine, IA. US124065A 27 Feb 1872
Kent Jeptha Bruner Muscatine, IA Seam-riper Hand knives with fixed blades. US1098578A 2 Jun 1914
Kerr Isaac A. Muscatine, IA Machine for timing, chamfering, and crozing sheets of wood Trussing or hooping barrels. US775291A 15 Nov 1904
Kerr Isaac A. Muscatine, IA Slat-weaving machine Joining the cane side by side by strand or wire twisting. US354707A 21 Dec 1886
Kerr Isaac A. Muscatine, IA Ventilated barrel Containers having bodies formed by interconnecting or uniting two or more rigid, or substantially rigid, components made wholly or mainly of metal characterized by wall construction or by connections between walls of skeleton or like apertured construction, e.g. baskets or carries formed of wire mesh, of interconnected band, bars, or rods, or of perforated sheet metal. US354706A 21 Dec 1886
Kleinfelder John A. Muscatine, IA Steam-cooker Cooking-vessels with water-bath arrangements for domestic use. US930389A 10 Aug 1909
Koehler Conrad Fairport, Muscatine Co., IA Draft device Sledges with runners characterized by arrangement of runners arranged in two or more parallel lines. US993786A 30 May 1911
Krisberg Abrahm Muscatine, IA Attachment for shoe-stitching machines Machines for sewing leather goods. US1243953A 23 Oct 1917
Leuzinger John Muscatine, IA Improved window-shade Screens or other constructions affording protection against light, especially against sunshine; Similar screens for privacy or appearance; Slat blinds. Partner Adolph Binner of Muscatine, IA US64062A 23 Apr 1867
Lilygren John Nelson Muscatine, IA Door Fixing of window panes in openings in door leaves US386018A 10 Jul 1888
Lilygren John Nelson Muscatine, IA Screen-door Devices affording protection against insects, e.g. fly screens; Mesh windows for other purposes. US343667A 15 Jun 1886
Lundy William Atalissa, Muscatine Co., IA Improvement in lifting-gates Mechanisms operated by the movement or weight of a person or vehicle by platforms lowered by the weight of the user. US164849A 22 Jun 1875
Mackenzie David B. Muscatine, IA Relishing machine Making dovetails, tongues, or tenons, of definite limited length. US1853441A 12 Apr 1932
Mackenzie David B. Muscatine, IA Instrument to mark patterns for molding-cutters Pantographic instruments for copying, enlarging, or diminishing. US1199585A 26 Sep 1916
Mackenzie David B. Muscatine, IA Automatic sash machine Manufacture or reconditioning of specific semi-finished or finished articles of furniture or of doors. US1762273A 10 Jun 1930
Mahin John Lee Muscatine, IA Newspaper-file rack Article supports for peg-boards. US459011A 8 Sep 1891
Markmann John Muscatine, IA Shape-retainer for the breasts of garments Stiffening-pieces. US357397A 8 Feb 1887
Martin E. C. Muscatine, IA Improved ditching-machine Dredgers or soil-shifting machines for special purposes for digging trenches or ditches with coulters, ploughs, scraper plates, or the like. US31551A 26 Feb 1861
Martin Jacob Muscatine, IA Fan attachment for rocking chairs Rocking chairs with curved rocking members resting on the floor. US494213A 28 Mar 1893
Mattusch Frank Muscatine, IA Blank-cutter Drills with a tubular body with core holding devices. US553493A 21 Jan 1896
Mattusch Frank Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Producing buttons or semi-finished parts of buttons by cutting, milling, turning, stamping, or perforating moulded parts; Surface treatment of buttons. US553492A 21 Jan 1896
McCartney James B. Muscatine, IA Paint composition Coating compositions based on bituminous materials, e.g. asphalt, tar, pitch. Partners Evert F. & Charles J. Richman of Muscatine, IA. Partners William J. Puch & Charles J. Richman of Muscatine IA. US1421970A 4 Jul 1922
McCormick William Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. US54751A 15 May 1866
McCoskry Julius Muscatine, IA Curtain-operator Fastening of component parts of lighting devices, e.g. shades, gloves, refractors, reflectors, filters, screens, grids or protective cages with provision for adjustment. Partners Julius Acker & August Molis of Muscatine, IA. US600940A 22 Mar 1898
McCoy William H. Muscatine, IA Door-check Released by pull or pressure on the wing. Partner James Brewer of Morrison, Illinois. US493442A 14 Mar 1893
McElroy Isaac Erwin Muscatine, IA Knotter for a grain harvester and binder Knotters. US796926A 8 Aug 1905
McElroy J. E. Muscatine, IA Door-stop Released by pull or pressure on the wing. Partner George W. Taylor of Muscatine, IA. US511662A 26 Dec 1893
McGinnis James Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. Partner Thomas Wiles of Muscatine, IA. US4578A 3 Jan 1865
McMeans William West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Ditching machine Dredgeres or soil-shifting machines mechanically-driven with digging screws US1496815A 10 Jun 1925
Meier George Fred Muscatine, IA Adding-machine Output mechanism with visual indication, e.g. counter drum. US739281A 9 Jun 1903
Merkelbach Albert J. Muscatine, IA Burial-vault Coffin closures; Packing therefor. US1035987A 20 Aug 1912
Merridith Samuel H. West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Harrow Harrows with non-rotating tools with tools rigidly or elastically attached to a tool frame. US524260A 7 Aug 1894
Metz George F. Muscatine, IA Artificial pearl Casein. Assignee to the Pressloid Company. Partner Paul R. Schreurs of Muscatine, IA. US1252849A 8 Jan 1918
Middleton Benjamin Muscatine, IA Improvement in hot-beds Greenhouse bench structures. US22298A 23 Dec 1879
Mikessell Martin Luther Muscatine, IA Lock Locks or fastenings with special structural Characteristics without springs. Partner Mary Eliza Mikessell of Muscatine, IA. US296430A 8 Apr 1884
Mikessell Mary Eliza Muscatine, IA Lock Locks or fastenings with special structural Characteristics without springs. Partner Martin Luther Mikessell of Muscatine, IA. US296430A 8 Apr 1884
Miller John W. Muscatine, IA Button-machines Arrangements for performing other machining operations, e.g. milling, drilling. Partner William C. Hopkins, Muscatine, IA. US840939A 8 Jan 1907
Miller John W. Muscatine, IA Automatic button cutting and sawing machine Machines with one working spindle specially adapted for making nuts. Assignee Mckee and Bliven Button Company. US850033A 9 Apr 1907
Miller John W. Muscatine, IA Button-blank cutting machine Devices for drilling holes in brake bands or brake linings. US749079A 5 Jan 1904
Miller John W. Muscatine, IA Button-machine Arrangements for handling work specially combined with or arranged in, or specially adapted for use in connection with machine tools, e.g. for conveying, loading, positioning, discharging, sorting. Assignee McKee and Bliven Button Company. US947995A 1 Feb 1910
Minor William Muscatine, IA Draft device Sledges with runners characterized by arrangement of runners arranged in two or more parallel lines. US993786A 30 May 1911
Mittman Ernest H. Muscatine, IA Feed holder and trough Gravity replenishment from a reserve, e.g. a hopper US1400307A 13 Dec 1921
Moeller Herman D. Muscatine, IA Draft-equalizer Swingletrees; Mounting thereof; Draught equalizers for a span of draught animals; Mounting for traces. US418529A 31 Dec 1889
Molis August Muscatine, IA Curtain-operator Fastening of component parts of lighting devices, e.g. shades, gloves, refractors, reflectors, filters, screens, grids or protective cages with provision for adjustment. Partners Julius McCoskry & Julius Acker of Muscatine, IA. US600940A 22 Mar 1898
Moxley Robert Muscatine, IA Spinning-machine Carriages; Mechanisms effecting carriage movements. US73371A 14 Jan 1868
Musser Peter Muscatine, IA Log-deck of saw-mills Non-permanently installed loading ramps, e.g. transportable. US252499A 17 Jan 1882
Musser Peter Muscatine, IA Lumber-trimming machine Cutting through work characterized by the nature or movement of the cutting member or particular material not otherwise provided for; Apparatus or machines therefor; Cutting members therefor involving a cutting member which does not travel with the work having a cutting member moving about an axis with a non-circular cutting member moving about an axis parallel to the line of cut and slidably mounted in a rotary member for thin material, e.g. for sheets, strips or the like. US223942A 27 Jan 1880
Nelson Eugene Muscatine, IA Fence-wire stretcher Connections or attachments, e.g. turnbuckles, adapted for straining of cables, ropes, or wire. Partners Herman Roth & Thomas F. Gleason, Muscatine, IA, US1126445A 26 Jan 1915
Nichols John C. Muscatine, IA Stock-feeding trough Gravity replenishment from a reserve, e.g. a hopper dispensing by means of stirring mechanisms or agitators operated by the animal. US1269108A 11 Jun 1918
O'Brian John M. Muscatine, IA Armed vise Movable or adjustable work or tool supports using particular mechanisms with rotating pairs only, the rotating pairs being the first two elements of the mechanism two rotating parts only a single rotating pair followed perpendicularly by a single rotating pair followed perpendicularly by a single rotating pair. Partner Ulysses Grant Bond. US1192267A 25 Jul 1916
Packer Charles L. Muscatine, IA Fodder-loader Cranes comprising essentially a beam, boom, or triangular structure acting as a cantilever and mounted for translatory of swinging movements in vertical or horizontal planes or a combination of such movements, e.g. jib-cranes, derricks, tower cranes specially adapted for use in particular purposes mounted on road or rail vehicles; Manually-moveable jib-cranes for use in workshops; Floating cranes. US709506A 23 Sep 1902
Parker Benjamin L. Muscatine, IA Device for operating camera shutters Means for varying a duration of "open" period of shutter. US1420137A 20 Jun 1922
Parvin Josiah N. B. Muscatine, IA Improvement in windmills Orientation out of wind the rotating axis remaining horizontal. Partner John A. Jelley of Muscatine, IA. US153342A 21 Jul 1874
Parvin Martha M. Muscatine, IA Adjustable lamp-holding device Transparent tops, e.g. with lighting means under the table top. US617179A 3 Jan 1899
Pelton George H. Muscatine, IA Lamp-reflector Optical design. US4055173A 11 Jun 1889
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Crank Handle Crank handles. Partner James Fitzgerald, Muscatine, IA US471328A 22 Mar 1892
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Clamp Rubbing boards. US1359524A 23 Nov 1920
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Tool-holder for button-making machines Producing buttons or semi-finished parts of buttons by cutting, milling turning, stamping, or perforating moulded part; Surface treatment of buttons. Assignee Beopple's Button Company. US718578A 13 Jan 1903
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Propeller-wheel Paddle wheels. US553177A 14 Jan 1896
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Domestic press Machines or apparatus for extracting juice especially for citrus fruits. US608268A 2 Aug 1898
Pelton George W. Muscatine, IA Weather-boarding tool Implements for finishing work on buildings for setting wall or ceiling slabs or plates for setting a plurality of similar elements by applying them one by one of elongated elements, e.g. sidings. US365857A 5 Jul 1887
Perry George Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Devices for, or parts of, agricultural machines or implements for preventing overstrain of the connection between tools and carrier beam or frame with shearing devices. US53867A 10 Apr 1866
Peterkavo John Wilton, Muscatine Co., IA Improvement in combined plough and cultivator Interchangeable or adjustable mouldboards. Partner Anton Romann, Wilton, Muscatine Co., IA. US68114A 27 Aug 1867
Peterman Lester O. Muscatine, IA Pedal attachment Details or accessories. US732957A 7 Jul 1903
Petersen Arnold A. Muscatine, IA Tooth-brush attachment Toothpicks. US756138A 29 Mar 1904
Petersen Arnold Arthur Muscatine, IA Apparatus for marking currency for safes, &c. Safes or strong-rooms for valuables with means for masking or destroying the valuables, e.g. in case of theft. US784805A 14 Mar 1905
Phillips Harrison William Muscatine, IA Paneling doors Door leaves consisting of frame and panels, e.g. of raised panel type with separate hollow frames, e.g. foam-filled of metal of sheet metal. US965220A 26 Jul 1910
Pitchforth Henry Muscatine, IA Insect destroyer Wheeled machines, with means for stripping-off or brushing-off insects. Partner William Benson of Muscatine, IA. US65427A 4 Jun 1867
Puch William J. Muscatine, IA Wrench Spanners; Wrenches of the ratchet type, for providing free return stroke of the handle with concentric driving and driven member the ratchet parts engaging in a direction radial to the tool operating axis a pawl engaging an externally toothed wheel. US446291A 10 Feb 1891
Pugh William J. Muscatine, IA Shingle-planning machine Thicknessing machines. US544121A 6 Aug 1895
Reichert Karl Muscatine, IA Door-check Braking devices, e.g. checks; Stops; Buffers specially for preventing the slamming of swinging wings during final closing movement, e.g. jamb stops with closing action. US505329A 19 Sep 1893
Reuling Walter E. Muscatine, IA Carton-machine Rigid or semi-rigid containers made by folding single-piece sheets, blanks or webs. US714032A 18 Nov 1902
Richards Aurelius W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in carriage-jacks Crowbars or levers. US168530A 5 Oct 1875
Richards Francis A. Muscatine, IA Automatic furnace-regulator Actuating devices; Operating means; Releasing devices actuated by temperature variation. US1123009A 29 Dec 1914
Richards John S. Muscatine, IA Projectile Cluster or cargo ammunition, i.e. projectiles containing one or more submissiles the submissiles being ejected radially. US94647A 7 Sep 1869
Richards John W. Muscatine, IA Awning-frame Sunshades, e.g. Florentine blinds, or jalousies; Outside screens; Awnings or baldachins of flexible canopy materials, e.g. canvas; Baldachins comprising a roller-blind with means for holding the end away from a building with articulated arms supporting the movable end of he blind for deployment of the blind whereby the pivot axis of he articulation is parallel to the roller. US909119A 5 Jan 1909
Richards John W. Muscatine, IA Awing-bracket Sunshades, e.g. Florentine blinds, or jalousies; Outside screens; Awnings or baldachins of flexible canopy materials, e.g. canvas; Baldachins comprising a roller-blind with means for holding the end away from a building with articulated arms supporting the movable end of the blind for deployment of the blind whereby the pivot axis of the articulation is parallel to the roller. US565924A 18 Aug 1896
Richman Charles J. Muscatine, IA Hammer Special Design or construction with both drive and hammer connected to a felcrumed lever, e.g. tall hammers the lever being a spring, i.e. spring hammers. Partners Charles Green & Evert F. Richman. US1450849A 3 Apr 1923
Richman Charles J. Muscatine, IA Paint composition Coating compositions based on bituminous materials, e.g. asphalt, tar, pitch. Partners Evert F. & Charles J. Richman of Muscatine, IA. Partners William J. Puch & Evert F. Richman of Muscatine IA. US1421970A 4 Jul 1922
Richman Evert F. Muscatine, IA Hammer Special Design or construction with both drive and hammer connected to a felcrumed lever, e.g. tall hammers the lever being a spring, i.e. spring hammers. Partners Evert F. & Charles Green. US1450849A 3 Apr 1923
Richman Evert F. Muscatine, IA Paint composition Coating compositions based on bituminous materials, e.g. asphalt, tar, pitch. Partners Evert F. & Charles J. Richman of Muscatine, IA. Partners William J. Puch & Charles J. Richman of Muscatine IA. US1421970A 4 Jul 1922
Rider Maud B. Muscatine, IA Abdominal support Means for fastening the suspender to the garment, e.g. trousers, underpants. US1188205A 20 Jun 1916
Rockafellow Samuel Muscatine, IA Car-starter Control of operating function, e.g. switching from recording to reproducing. Partner William G. Reeve, Peru, IL. US342846A 1 Jun 1880
Rockafellow Samuel Muscatine, IA Improvements in cultivators Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. US39703A 25 Aug 1863
Rockafellow Samuel Muscatine, IA Sulky-plow Lifting or adjusting devices or arrangements for agricultural machines or implements for implements drawn by animals or tractors with wheels adjustable relatively to the frame manually adjustable. US315169A 7 Apr 1885
Rockafellow Samuel Muscatine, IA Sulky-plow Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. US324788A 18 Aug 1885
Rockafellow Samuel Muscatine, IA Sulky-plow Frame ploughs. US342845A 1 Jun 1886
Rogers Richard M. Muscatine, IA Grain-binder Equipment for binding harvested produce. Partner Conrad Brick, of Grandmound, IA. US684869A 22 Oct 1901
Romann Anton Wilton, Muscatine Co., IA Improvement in combined plough and cultivator Interchangeable or adjustable mouldboards. Partner John Peterkavo, Wilton, Muscatine Co., IA. US68114A 27 Aug 1867
Roth Herman Muscatine, IA Fence-wire stretcher Connections or attachments, e.g. turnbuckles, adapted for straining of cables, ropes, or wire. Partners Eugene Nelson & Thomas F. Gleason, Muscatine, IA. US1126445A 26 Jan 1915
Rowe Anson Atalissa, Muscatine Co., IA Grain-kiddle Stretching devices for screens. US30840A 4 Dec 1860
Runyon Alexander Muscatine, IA Vending-machines Coin-actuated mechanisms; Interlocks actuated mechanically by coins, e.g. by a single coin. US898930A 15 Sep 1908
Rushton John L. Muscatine, IA Saw-guard Safety guards or devices specially designed for wood saws; Auxiliary devices facilitating proper operation of wood saws for circular saws. US1154209A 21 Sep 1915
Sawyer Frank P. Muscatine, IA Display-rack Rotary display stands. US856809A 11 Jun 1907
Sawyer Stephen P. Muscatine, IA Oatmeal-machine Devices for grating with grating discs or drums. US249798A 22 Nov 1881
Schellhorn John Muscatine, IA Molding pottery Moulds or cores; Details thereof or accessories therefor with incorporated venting means. US499148A 6 Jun 1893
Schmitt William R. Muscatine, IA Road-drag attachment Animal-drawn ploughs without alternating possibility, i.e. incapable of making an adjacent furrow on return journey, i.e. conventional ploughing. Partner Henry S. Braun of Nichols, Muscatine Co., IA. US1197069A 5 Sep 1916
Schreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Spun. Attachments for drilling apparatus for screw or nut setting or loosening. US123613A 17 Jul 1917
Schreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in mill-gearing Toothed gearings for conveying rotary motion without gears having orbital motion involving only two intermeshing members with non-parallel axes comprising conical gears only. US196835A 6 Nov 1877
Schreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Button-blank cutting machine Machines with one working spindle specially adapted for making nuts. US882426A 17 Mar 1908
Schreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Shell grader and separator Apparatus in which aggregates or articles are moved along or past openings which increase in size in the direction of movement. US755710A 29 Mar 1904
Schreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Button-blank cutting machine Stationary drilling machines with a single spindle. US1009346A 21 Nov 1911
Schreurs Paul R. Muscatine, IA Artificial pearl Casein. Assignee to the Pressloid Company. Partner George F. Metz of Muscatine, IA. US1252849A 8 Jan 1918
Schwab Henry W. Muscatine, IA Flush value Valves for high or low level cisterns; Their arrangement Flushing mechanisms in the cistern, optionally with provisions for a pre- or post- flushing and for cutting off the flushing mechanism in case of leakage. US1426841A 22 Aug 1922
Sehorn Jacob G. Muscatine, IA Platen printing-machine Inking units. US369081A 30 Aug 1887
Shepard Smally James Muscatine, IA Motor-car drive Transmission systems in or for locomotives or motor railcars with IC reciprocating piston engines mechanical. US1581988A 20 Apr 1926
Shreurs Garrett W. Muscatine, IA Improvement in millstone-drivers Crushing or disintergrating by disc mills with coaxial discs with vertical axis. Partner John Wesley Donnel of Muscatine, IA. US207401A 27 Aug 1878
Shultz John D. Muscatine, IA Hay-loader Loaders for hay or like field crops with conveyor belts or conveyor chains, with or without pick-up means. US1252503A 8 Jan 1918
Smith Henry G. Muscatine, IA Metal head for brooms Brushes characterized by the way in which the bristles are fixed or joined or on the brush body or carrier by clamping. US27746A 3 Apr 1860
Smith Sylvester A. Muscatine, IA Improvement in awls for shoemakers Sewing machines incorporating devices serving purposes other than sewing, e.g. for blowing air for grinding. US161562A 30 Mar 1875
Speer Porter B. Muscatine, IA Paddle-wheel for steamboats Blade-to-blade connections, e.g. for damping vibrations using wire or the like. US513836A 30 Jan 1894
Stein Simon G. Muscatine, IA Oatmeal-machine Disintegrating by knives or other cutting or tearing members chop material into fragments specially for disintegrating documents. US249804A 22 Nov 1881
Stohr Frank J. Muscatine, IA Canning-machine Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurizing, sterilizing specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs by heating materials in packages which are progressively transported, continuously or stepwise, though the apparatus with packages transported along helical path. Partners Sidney J. Baker & Paul W. Freund of Muscatine, IA. US772078A 11 Oct 1904
Swern Lawrence W. West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Ring-expanding press Making other particular articles fancy goods, e.g. jewelry products. Assignee E. L. Webb & Co. US1154893A 28 Sepp 1915
Taylor George W. Muscatine, IA Door-stop Released by pull or pressure on the wing. Partner J.E. McElroy of Muscatine, IA. US511662A 26 Dec 1893
Timmersmann Henry Muscatine, IA Improvement in corn-planters Machines for depositing quantities of seed at intervals. US200415A 19 Feb 1878
Trunick John Muscatine, IA Improvement in circular-saw mills Vibration-damping. US98127A 21 Dec 1869
Umlandt Henry Muscatine, IA Button-making machine Arrangements for performing other machining operations, e.g. milling, drilling. Partners Fred M. & William C. Hopkins of Muscatine, IA. US981564A 10 Jan 1911
Underwood John Muscatine, IA Improved babbiting and drilling jig Drill jigs for workpieces US70294A 29 Oct 1867
Underwood John Muscatine, IA Improvement in harvester-rakes Mowers combined with apparatus performing additional operations while mowing. US78700A 9 Jun 1868
Van Spanckeren L. H. Muscatine, IA Improvement in the manufacture of soap Monocarboxylic acids-salts thereof. US58919A 16 Oct 1866
Vantuyl Thomas Nichols, Muscatine Co., IA Handle-bar Handlebars; Handlebar stems having adjustable parts therein. US603671A 10 May 1898
Walker Frank W. Muscatine, IA Moving-picture machine Details specially adapted for motion-picture projection. Partner Harry L. Fisher of Muscatine, IA. US1101916A 30 Jun 1914
Warfield D. R. Muscatine, IA Improvement in gates Mechanisms operated by the movement or weight of a person or vehicle by platform lowered by the weight of the user. US37536A 27 Jan 1863
Warfield D. R. Muscatine, IA Improvement in gates Mechanisms operated by the movement or weight of a person or vehicle by platforms lowered by the weight of the user. US41951A 15 Mar 1864
Warner George West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA Improvement in grain-binders Independent binders, e.g. for hay; Binders attachable to mowers. US67389A 30 Jul 1867
Wate Joseph C. Wilton, Muscatine Co., IA Improvement in wind-wheels Details, components or accessories not provided for in groups FO3D1/00-F03D17/00. US56297A 10 Jul 1866
Webb James B. Muscatine, IA Automatic gate Mechanisms operated by the movement or weight of a person or vehicle by platforms lowered by the weight of the user. US65519A 4 Jun 1867
Weed James Muscatine, IA Device and method employed in cutting ditches for and laying tile drains Dippers, Buckets Grab device, e.g. manufacturing processes for buckets, form, geometry, material of buckets with grabbing devices. US307246A 28 Oct 1884
Weed James Muscatine, IA Improved tree and plant protector Supports for plants; Trellis for strawberries or the like. US36742A 21 Oct 1862
Weed James Muscatine, IA Ventilated vault for wine Manhole shafts; Other inspection or access chambers; Accessories therefor. US57022A 7 Aug 1866
Wiles Thomas Muscatine, IA Improvement in cultivators Other machines for working soil not specially adapted for working soil on which crops are growing with non-rotating tools drawn by animal or tractor or man-power with rigid tools. Partner James McGinnis of Muscatine, IA. US4578A 3 Jan 1865
Wilkens Jacob K. Muscatine, IA Rectal tube Devices for introducing or retaining media, e.g. remedies, in cavities of the body. US1350981A 24 Aug 1920
Wilkens Jacob K. Muscatine, IA Demountable rim Segmented rims, e.g. with segments arranged in sections; connecting equipment, e.g. hinges; insertable flange rings therefor. US1461592A 10 Jul 1923
Williams Samuel T. Muscatine, IA Housing for rolling-mills Rolling stand frames or housings; Roll mountings; Roll chocks. US522641A 10 Jul 1894
Wynkoop Jehiel Franklin Muscatine, IA Rubber cap for axle-nuts Wheel cover discs, rings, or the like, for ornamenting, protecting, venting, or obscuring, wholly or in part, the wheel body, rim, hub, or tyre sidewall, e.g. wheel cover discs, wheel cover discs with cooling fins. US564323A 21 Jul 1896
Young Leland G. Muscatine, IA Vermin-trap Catching insects by using Traps. US1357267A 2 Nov 1920

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