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Publication numberUS900495 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 6, 1908
Filing dateApr 13, 1907
Priority dateApr 13, 1907
Publication numberUS 900495 A, US 900495A, US-A-900495, US900495 A, US900495A
InventorsIsam B Dodson
Original AssigneeIsam B Dodson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Folding camp-cupboard.
US 900495 A
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Patented Oct om 1. ze( 0 T M u W w m H s 2 l I. B. DonsoN. FOLDING CAMP GUPBARD.

APPLICATION FILED APR. 13, 1907.

Patnted 0ct.6,19o8.

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ing sections of` the other Wall, exible clo-` sures for the sides of the cabinet,'rods at the sides of the cabinet pivotally .connected with one Wall and detachably connected with the other Wall for holdin the walls -in set-up position, and a cover ingedly connected with one Wall and detachably connected with *i the other Wall and arranged to Ysecure the sections of the Awalls together when the cabinet is knockeddown. 1

' 4. A knockdow cabinet comprising front and rear Walls composed of sections, hinges 'permanently connecting the sections of one -Wall together, means for detachably connect'- ing the sections of the other wall together,

` foldable elements disposed between and connected with the Walls, a cover hingedly connected with one Wall and composed of 4 hingedly connected parts, one part of'the cover being arranged to extend 'across the ends of the wall sections when the cabinet is folded and the other part being adapted to fold down at an angle to the first-mentioned part against the outermost Wall section for preventing the parts of the cabinet from unfolding, and a fastening device for holding the cover in lace.

5. A knoc down cabinet comprising a front wall consisting of hingedly connected frames, doors carried by the frames, a back Wall composed of sections, a'plate for detachably connecting the said sections together, .a cover hingedly connected with. the upper section, fol able elements disposed between and connected with the Walls, the

frames of the front wall being foldable back against each other and the sections of the rear v'vall bein@r carried by the said -fames duringt the folding of the latter, means for securing the cover across the frames and sections at one end, and means for securing the said plate across the frames and sections at the o posite end when the cabinet is folded.

6. knockdown cabinet comprising a front wall consisting of two frames, hinges connecting the frames, doors carried by the frames, "a back Wall composed of sections, a

plater detachably connecting the sections of the back Wall together, a cover composed of hingedly-con'nected parts, one part-bein hingedly connected with the rear wall an the other part detachably connected with the front Wall, elements di vosed between the walls and composed of lringedly-connected In witness whereof I have hereunto set t my hand at Milan, in the State of Missouri, on this the 10th day of April, 1907. ISAM B. DODSON.

Witnesses:

vWILLIAM COCHRAN, Ji., ARTHUR'D. CaMPn'cLn. I

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US4400043 *May 7, 1981Aug 23, 1983Rossow Robert WCollapsible storage cabinet
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA47B43/04