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Publication numberUS1049596 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 7, 1913
Filing dateFeb 26, 1912
Priority dateFeb 26, 1912
Publication numberUS 1049596 A, US 1049596A, US-A-1049596, US1049596 A, US1049596A
InventorsIdora V Perkins
Original AssigneeIdora V Perkins
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Bedclothes-airing device.
US 1049596 A
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I. V. PERKINS.

BEDLOTHBS AIRING DEVICE.

APPLICATION FILED PEB. ze, 1912.

Y Patented Jan. 7, 1913.

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APPLIOATION HLBD PEB. 26, 1912.

Patented Jan. 7, 1913.

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BEDcLorHEs-ALIRING DEVICE.

`Beit known that I, IDORAY. 'PiinKINaa States, and 'resident of St. Louis, Missouri, haver/inventedcertain new and 'useful Improvements in Bedclotheslv f Airing Devices,l kof which the followingr is a specification containing a full, clear,j and 'Y be held in place through a windo-w opening i YSide wall of the building. The rack ,is fur vther provided with means sides and ends foldedoutwardly parallel f exact description, reference being had tothe accompanying drawings, 'forming a part hereof.V f

My invention and the object of my invention is to con* struct a simple and inexpensive device in the form of a rack whichlis sectional sothat it may be knocked down in order vto occupy an mmimum of spacewhenanot in use, and the rack is provided with means whereby it may and supported spaced apart from the outwhereby the bed clothing may be held withinthe rack against beingy blown therefrom. Y ,l n f V,With the above purposes in view my invention consists in certain novel features of construction' and arrangement of parts' as will be hereinafter more fully described, pointed o-ut in the claims and illustrated by the accompanying drawings, in which- Figure 1 is a plan of the completedevice,A

showing in dotted lines of one characterrthe with the bottom of the rack'and lin dotted llines of another character the sides andends folded beneath the bottom; Fig.2 is anelevation of the complete device; Fig. 8 .is-a

- view illustrating the rack as in use, the iup-` per portion only of the rack being shown; Fig. 4, is a .perspective` of the deviceask in use; Fig. 5`-is an end elevation of4 the kcomplete deviceindicating theilines of articu4 Vlation of the various parts of the device;

and Fig. 6 is a detail'elevation of the upper end's ofthe supporting braces",Vv Referring .by numerals tofthe accompanyingdrawings: 7 indicates 'the frame of the bottom which is preferably made of a single y:it

piece of, wirebent into rectangular form.

Carried. by the frameis a screen 8 of comf .paratively large mesh, the individual wires of which are secured to the frame 7. Par-` Valleling the sides of the frame 7 are the reinforcing rods 9, the ends of which are se'-v cured to theends of thefranie 7.

lindicates `the frame'memberof theup-W relatesito improvements in devices for airing bed clothes and the like,Vv

ofthe sidesl so that the pins Aplaced throughr the eyes in order kiieXible chainf'27 or thelike. e N n 28 designates chainsV which aresecured to Patented aan. 751913.

j; application.fileafretrary 261 91 2. serial Naesrasor;

topjofl the upper section. nAt each end there an eye 11 which embraces the end member or the frame 7 -an'dfeyes12 at theou'ter enjds of the said .frame'member ina'fter made clear. Formed in the wire 10 per end of the rack andis constructed of al single piece of wire forming., .the ends fand intermediate the' eyes-112 fare -`a "number fof: .i

loops V131 in whichare secu-red the :clothes .fastening -devi'zesf44 14,` `each of which fasten-y tongue 16. f

11-7 designates a rod having its ends clon-` 4nected with vthe end pieces 'of the ywire 10- adjacent the' frame 7f and kSecured between the ro d. 17, and the wire 10 .is an open mesh screen 18. V Y

V19 and 20 designate lthe frames kof the' sides of the rack. These frames carry eyesV 21, for'pivotalconnection with theframe' 7,

and eyes 22.

V23 designates the ,lower frame member having eyes `2&1, for pivotal connectionr with and'ends are swung upwardly, and 25 of the ends coincide with the eyes 22 tohold the sides and ends yat right angles to the bottom.

Each of the pinsr 261s secured in the frame 7 and 29 designateshookscarried Vby the chains whereby when. the hooks. are placed over the inside end of the window '.80V the frame 7, and eyes 25. Whenthe sides x the eyes 12.

26 maybe stool theairing rack may be held on the Y outside of the window"y suspended from the gchains.

In'orderthat the rack may be held spaced apart from the wall of the which arefeach provided with .eyes 31 at Ltlieirends `for pivotal connection with the t reinforcing rods 9 yof the bottom section; of

the rack. Adjacent the point `oil/bending each support 30 has an off-set portionn32,

andi pivotallyA secured to the support, .adj a- `cent the'loif-set, is 'a .pairof struts The f l 'buildingl pro vide the substantially L-shaped supports 30V outer ends of each ofthestruts 33 arebifur- .heldin 'proper positions. z Y A n t ,y

' `By a construction of the `rackjand supfjfjv I ports therefor just described,the rack may u: Y

,cated inl order Y to straddle parts offthe" 'frame y7 or the reinforcing rodsv9 offthe` saidV frame kso thatth'esupports 30 willbe y y, x `k 70A i paralleliiig..thel y Y Y `portion of the wire`10 having the loops 13.

be knocked down so that the parts of the rack proper and the supports may be folded to occupy a minimum of space when no-t in use. i

I claim:

l' In a Clothes airing device, 2L rack coin;`

prising an open-meshed bottom section, and open-meshed side and end sections pivotally secured to the bottom section, means for securing the sides and ends in rack form, a suspending device secured at one end to the rack and arranged to be secured to a Window frame, folding supports carried by the rack and arranged to engage a Wall beneath the Window frame to support the rack at an ncline,and means carried by the rack for holding said supports in position.

2. In a clothes airing device, a rack comprising a bottom section, side and end sections pivotally secured to the bottom section,

removable means for securing the sides and ends in rack form, a flexible suspending de` vice carried by the rack, folding supports for holding the rack at an incline, and folding struts pivotally secured to said supports at their one end and provided With means for detachable connection With the rack at their other end, substantially as shown.

y `3.' In a clothes airing device, a rack comprising a bottom section, side and end sections pivotally secured to the bottom section removable means for securing the sides an ends in rack form, a flexible suspending device carried by the rack, folding supports for holding the rack at an incline, folding struts pivotally secured to said supports at their one end and provided With means for detachable connection With the rack at their other end, and means carried by the rack for connection WiththeI clothes supported by the rack.

In testimony whereof, I have signed my name to this specification, in presence of two subscribing Witnesses.

IDORA V. PERKINS.

Witnesses:

EDWARD E. LONGAN,

E. L. WALLACE.

Copies ot this patent may be obtained for ve cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,`

Washington, D. C.

Referenced by
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US4697357 *Jan 30, 1984Oct 6, 1987Art Van VlietGarment-drying netting platform
Classifications
U.S. Classification211/89.1, 211/106
Cooperative ClassificationA47G25/0657