US 1524647 A
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Feb. 3, 1925.
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WILLIAM ALBRECHT, or sr. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, AssIeNon T WESTERN TABLET a STATIONERY comrnivx or ST.;JOSEPH, MISSOURI, A CORPORATION OF MIssoUnI.
STUDENTS WORK CONTAINER.
Application filed February 29, 1924. Serial No. 696,077.
[X To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, WILLIAM ALBRECHT, a citizen of the United States, residing at St. Joseph, in the county of Buchanan and State of Missouri, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Students Work Containers, of whichthe following is a specification.
This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in students work consupplies so as to insure orderly arranged desks, one which will enable the pupils to carry home all their writing supplies, etc,-
and one which provides a convenient place to file manuscripts and other school papers. Again it is an object of the invention to provide means for removing. the ever present danger of accident when sharp pointed pens, pencils, compasses, etc., are carried in the hand or pocket, and to provide means by the use of which those supplieswhich the student uses continuously maynot become lost or misplaced.
With other objects in View which will be clear to those skilled in the art, the invention alsd includes those novel features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts, all of which will be first fully described, then be specifically pointed out in the appended claims, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, in which:
v Figure 1 is a perspective view of my invention by itself.
Figure 2 is a similar view showing'ithe.
container provided with tablets, manu scripts, papers, pens, pencils, compasses,
etc, and arranged in the manner of use of 'the same.
Figure 3 is'a diagrammatic view of theblank from which the container is made.
Figure 4 is a vertical sectionon the line 4-4 of Figure 2. Y
Figure 5 1s a horizontal section on the line 55 of Figure 2.
- the corrugated body 17 havin Figure 6 is a horizontal section on the line 6-6 of Figure 2.
Referring now to the accompanying drawings in which like numerals of reference designatelike parts in all the figures, 1 and 2 represent the cover portions of the container which are connected to the back 3 by hinge joints 4-4; the parts 1, 2 and 3 may be formed integrally and the hingejoints 4 may be formed by scoring and.
folding the parts along the dotted line shown in Figure 3.
Projected from the lower edge of the front cover l'isan extension 5 of a length less than the length of the cover 1, the extension 5 being provided with ears or later.- ally extending parts 66, the latter being adapted to be folded over, as at 9, to lie between the opposing faces of the cover 1 and extension 5 when the extension 5 is folded up at 7, see Figure 1. In order to secure tme extension 5 in position to form a pocket on the inner side of the cover 1, rivets 10 are provided to fasten the ears 6 to the cover. 1, and in order to permit the rivets being placed, the extension 5 has openingsor windows 8 to expose the rivets.
From the lower edge of the back cover 2 another extension 11 is provided which also has ears 12 extending laterally and adapted to befolded over, as at 16, to lie between the opposing faces of the extension 11 and the cover 2 when the extension 11 is folded over at 13 against the cover 2. In order tohaving flat ends 18" secured by the rivets 15 and placed within the pocket formed bythe extension 11 and cover 2 and constituting a pencil and other implement holder or clip, a flat portion 19 to engage the face 0 e pocket forming extension 11, it being understood that the holder 17 is somewhat res lient so as to hold the pens, pencils, etc., bymetaining friction against the opposing 'face of the extension 11. I
In the manufacture of my container the same may be made of any suitable material, for instance jute lined container board, metal, leather, fibre, cloth, cardboard, or other suitable material. I
It will be noted from the foregoing I description, taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, that by the use of ings, it is thought the construction and advantages of my invention will be clear to means passing through said coversand ears those skilled in the art.
What I claim is:
1. A students work container comprising two covers, hinged to a back in foldable book fashion, and an extension from the,
insane? bottom edge of each cover folded along said bottom edge back upon the inner faces of the respective covers, each of said exten sions having lateral flaps folded under the same and secured to the covers to constitute pockets, and means for securing said flaps to the covers, said extensions having openings to permitaccess to said securing means.
2. A students work container comprising a pair of covers hingedly united by a back in foldable book fashion, each of said covers having extensions along the bottom edges folded back upon the covers on the inside of the same and having ears folded back under the extensions and securing to the covers, said. extensions and covers thereby constituting pockets, and a corrugated implement holder secured in one pocket, said extension having openings, and securing in register with said openings to sustain the partsm position.