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Patent Office pony

a history of the early Patent Office / Kenneth W. Dobyns.

by Kenneth W. Dobyns

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Published by Sergeant Kirkland"s Museum and Historical Society in Fredericksburg, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Patent Office -- History.,
  • Confederate States of America. Patent Office -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-234) and index.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT223.P2 D6 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination249 p. :
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1126134M
    ISBN 100963213741
    LC Control Number94068572
    OCLC/WorldCa31810980

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Patent Office pony by Kenneth W. Dobyns Download PDF EPUB FB2

I found "The Patent Office Pony" to be similar to the organization of the early patent office. Patents weren't always documented well and the patent models were strewn throughout the office with little thought for systematic organization.

This book needs to have a little organization superimposed onto it/5(3). ABOUT THE BOOK. The Patent Office Pony is a chronicle of the United States Patent office fromthe year America’s first patent law was enacted, to the present.

The book concentrates on people and personalities rather than technologies and legalities. Patent office commissioners and examiners, presidents and senators, inventors and solicitors all cross the stage in Dobyns’ detailed.

I found "The Patent Office Pony" to be similar to the organization of the early patent office. Patents weren't always documented well and the patent models were strewn throughout the office with little thought for systematic organization. This book needs to have a little organization superimposed onto it/5.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dobyns, Kenneth W., Patent Office pony. Fredericksburg, Va.: Sergeant Kirkland's Museum and. The Patent Office Pony – a History of the Early Patent Office. Sergeant Kirkland’s Press – Fredericksburg, Virginiapages.

Dobyns’ two other books are family histories (the Dobyns and Masons). From this piece’s contents it seems he worked for the USPTO but there is no confirmation beyond it has clearly been extensively. This book honors all of those employees of the U.S. Patent Office, who, over the past two hundred and some years, have in their own respective ways ridden the Patent Office Pony, and especially Pasquale J.

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In the Annual Report forCommissioner Leggett wrote that the Patent Office had upgraded the Patent Office pony by purchasing a horse, carriage and livery.

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The excellent book on USPTO history entitled “Patent Office Pony” addresses this issue in Chapter “Mr. Ellsworth wrote one sentence in the report which. Patent Office Research and Development Reports - Women Inventors to Whom Patents Have Been Granted by The United States Government: October 1, to March 1, Sen Ruggles report to Senate on burning of Patent Office.

TheU.S. Patent Office fire was the first of several disastrous fires the U.S. Patent Office has had in its history. An initial investigation considered the possibility of arson due to suspected corruption in the Post Office, which shared the same building, but it was later ruled cause was ultimately determined to be accidental.

The fire is considered to be a unique point in the. To answer his question, we had to sift through newspaper articles, congressional hearings, issues of the Journal of the Patent Office Society and The Patent Office Pony: A History of the Early Patent Office by Kenneth W.

Dobyns, which is a go-to resource for the history of the Patent Office. Kenneth W. Dobyns, The Patent Office Pony; A History of the Early Patent Office, Sergeant Kirkland's Press [1] Howard B.

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