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Publication numberUS1994393 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 12, 1935
Filing dateJul 30, 1932
Priority dateJul 30, 1932
Publication numberUS 1994393 A, US 1994393A, US-A-1994393, US1994393 A, US1994393A
InventorsHopkins Alfred J
Original AssigneeGaw O Hara Envelope Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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March 12, 1935. A, HOPKlNs 1,994,393

ENVELOPE PACKET Filed July 30, 1932 2 MEATS .3- PouLTRY i extent sufficient to carry indexing informationV and a holder therefor constructed to removably hold said envelopes in such manner that the upper margin of each envelope is visible to. an extent sufficient to carry indexing information on such margins, each of said envelopes being provided with an opening along an edge which is perpendicular to its index margin, each envelope having a flap folded over said opening, said holder Yand flap cooperating to prevent access to said openings unless the individual envelopes 'are withdrawn from the holder. e

3. An envelope packet comprising a plurality of superposed envelopesof progressively increasing length from the foremost to the rearmost, and an expansible holder therefor constructed to removably hold saidY envelopesV in such manner that' the upper margin of each envelope is visible to an extent sumcient-to carry indexing information on such margins, each of said envelopes having three of its margins including said visible margin sealed and being provided with an opening along a vertical edge thereof, atleast the major portion of each said opening being concealed within said holder for preventing access to the interior of each envelope unless it is withdrawn from the packet. Y -4. An envelope packet comprising a pluralit of superposed envelopes of progressively increasing length from the foremost to they rearmost, and a holder therefor constructed to removably hold said envelopes in such ymanner that the upper margin of each envelope is visible to an extent sufficient to carry indexing information on such margins, each of said envelopes being provided with an opening along an edge thereof and a flap folded over said opening, atleast the major portion of each of said openings and flaps being concealed Within said holder for preventing access to said openings unless the individual envelopes are withdravvnfrom.theholderg 5. An envelope packet comprising a plurality of superposed envelopes of progressively increasing length from the foremostv to the rearmost, and an expansible holder therefor constructed to removably hold said envelopes in such manner that the'upper margin of each envelope is visible to an extent sufficient to carry indexing informationen such margins,V each of Ysaid envelopes being provided with an opening along an edge thereof and with a flap folded over said opening for closing the saine, at least the major portion of each said flap being concealed within said holder for preventing access to said openings unless the individual envelopes are withdrawn from the holder, the front wall of said of superposed envelopes of progressively increasing length from the foremost to the rearmost,

and a holder therefor constructed to removably hold said envelopes in such manner that the ,upper margin of each'envelope is visible yto anV extent sufcient to carry indexing information onv such margins, yeach of said -envelopes beingV provided with an opening and closuremeans',"

thereforv positioned on eachA envelope enclosed by a lateral marginal portion of thev holder for preventing accessto each envelope' until it' is v Withdrawn from ,the holder.

7. An envelope' packet comprising "a plurality of superposed envelopesrof progressivelyincreasf ing length from' the foremost to the rearmost, and a resiliently expansible holder therefor con-y structed-to removably hold said envelopes in such manner that the upper margini of each envelope y isvisible to an extentsuiicient'to carry indexing information on such margins,A each envelope having anV opening along an' edge perpendicular to its index margin and being constructed and so located in the holder that ,the resilient Walls of the holder enclose it and prevent access to the envelope unless Withdrawn from the holderg,

8.` An envelope packet comprising a plurality of superposed envelopes of progressively increasing length from the foremost to the rearmost, and a resiliently expansible holder therefor constructed to'rremovably hold said envelopes in such manner that the upper margin of eachenvelope is visibleto 'an' extentV sunicient to carry index-Y ing'information on such margins, each'envelope having an opening normally concealed IWithin and held closed by the resilient'walls of the hold-k er for preventing access to the envelope unless it be withdrawn from the holder.

9. An envelope packet comprising'ajplurality f of superposed envelopes of progressively increas-V ing lengthY from` the foremost to the` rearmost, and a resiliently expansible holder therefor cone,

structed to removably hold said envelopesin suchfa mannerY thatione sealed margin' 'of each envelope is visible to extent sufcient' to carry indexing information fon such margins, at least three margins .of eachenvelope beingfsealed, each envelope having an opening normally concealed within and heldv closed by the, resilient Walls of the holder for preventing access to the envelope unless it bewithdrawn from the holder'.

ALFRED J. HoPKIriSi.t

Referenced by
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US5516033 *Mar 30, 1993May 14, 1996American Greetings CorporationMulti-leaved greeting card with integral envelope
US5620257 *Mar 18, 1996Apr 15, 1997Hendershot; Michael C.Holder for storing papers
EP0120826A2 *Feb 27, 1984Oct 3, 1984Duplikat Dbt AbContainer intended for the storage of cards
Classifications
U.S. Classification229/69
International ClassificationB42F17/08, B42F17/00
Cooperative ClassificationB42F17/08
European ClassificationB42F17/08