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Publication numberUS419137 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 7, 1890
Filing dateSep 7, 1889
Publication numberUS 419137 A, US 419137A, US-A-419137, US419137 A, US419137A
InventorsLewis E. Bobemerith
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
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(No Model.)

L. E. BOBEMERITH. UMBRELLA SUPPORT.

No. 419,1 3 7. Patente d J an. 7, 1890 UNTTED STATES PATENT OEEICE.

LEVIS E. BOBEMERITH, OF PElERSBURG, OHIO, ASSIGNOR OF NINE-TENTHS TO ELMER E. SVISLER, LEROY M. HAHN, JOHN F. MILLER, THOMAS P. MCKINNEY, AUDLEY B. HOlVE, JOHN L. ERNST, AND EDlVARD C. HAHN,

ALL OF SAME PLAGE.

UIVIBRELLA-SUPPORT.

SECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 419,137', dated January '7, 18.00`

Application tiled September '7, 1889. Serial No. 323,265- (No model.)

To all whom it may concern: the purpose of pivotally attaching the um- Be it known that I, LEWIS E. BOBEMERITI-I, brella-socket D by means of the rivet d or a citizen of the United States, residing at its equivalent to the retaining-head. Petersburg, in the county of Mahoning and The umbrella-socket D is substantially of 5 State of Ohio, have invented certain new the form shown in the drawings, and. is for and useful Improvements in Umbrella-Supthe purpose of holding the bottom or lower ports; and I do hereby declare that the Vfol- 'portion ot the umbrella-handle e, as illustrated lowing is a full, clear, and exact description in Figs. 2 and For the purpose of securely of the same, reference being had to the anattaching the umbrella proper to its socket 55 1o neXed drawings, making a part of this specithe set-screw 71,- is provided, and may be loiication, and to the letters of reference marked cated substantially as illustrated in the drawthereon, in whichings.

Figure 1 is an isometrical view showing the To the top or upper end of the umbrellaumbrella removed and its socketplaced at an socket D is pivotally attached the rod F, 6o r 5 angle to its support. Fig. 2 is a longitudinal which extends downward, and its bottom or section. Fig. 3 is a view showing the suplower end pivotally attached to the sliding port placed in proper position and an umring G, which ring is located on the socket B, brella properly attached thereto. Fig. t is a as illustrated in the drawings.

view showing the retaining-head and its set- For the purpose of securely holding the 65 2O screw. umbrella-socket D at any desired angle within The present invention has relation to uinthe limits of the movements of the sliding brellasupports; and it consists in the ditferring G the set-screw gis provided.

ent parts and combination of parts hereinat- It will be seen that by m y peculiar arrangeter described, and particularly pointed outin ment I am enabled to place the umbrella 7o the claims. proper at any desired angle, and at the same In the accompanying drawings, A repretime turn the umbrella in any desired direcscnts the base, which may be of the form tion to break the suns rays or keep oit rain or shown, or it maybe of any other desired form. sn ow. v The base A is provided with the socket B, For the purpose of securely holding the 75 which may be formed integral with the base umbrella-socket D in an upright position the A, or it may loe made separate and securely extension 7L is provided, which extension attached in any convenient and well-known abuts against the shoulder 7s, as illustrated manner. The top or upper end of the socket in Fig. 2. The setscrew g is also for the pur- B is provided with the ring or enlarged porpose of securely holding the umbrella-socket So tion a, which is forthe purpose of receiving D in an upright position by means of the the set-screw b. sliding ring G and the rod F. It will be un- The retaining-head C is substantially of derstood that the portion of the retainingtheform showninthe drawings, and, as shown, head which is received into the socket B it extends downward into the socket B, as should be somewhat smaller-in diameter than 85 4o illustrated in Figs. 2 and 4. For the purpose the diameter of the opening in the socket B, of securely holding the retaining-head in the so that when said retaining-head is released socket B the annular groove c is provided, it will be free to rotate. which receives the inner en d of the set-screw The base A is securely attached to a vehicleo, as illustrated in Fig. 1l. v seat, and,it desired, said base may be recessed 9o The top or upper end of the retaining-head into the seat, so as to be entirely out of the C is provided with the ears E, which are for way.

,ing pivotally attached thereto the umbrellasocket D, the extension h', the pivoted rod F, the sliding ring G, and the set-screw g, substantially as and for the purpose set forth.

3. The combination of the base A, provided with the socket B, the retaining-head C, provided With the annular groove c, the set-screw b, the umbrella-socket D, pvotally attached to the head C, the rod F, the sliding ring G, and the set-screw g, Substantially as and for the purpose set forth.

In testimony that I claim the above I have hereunto subscribed my name in the presence of tWo Witnesses.

LEI/VIS E. BOBEMERITH.

Vitnesses:

J. W. HAM, C. P. ROTHWELL.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA01K97/10