SHOE MAKING MACHINES

Abridgments of Specifications Relating to Shoes Making Machines

US PATENTS

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US 2.725                            Stephen  K.  Baldwin

Shoe-Pegs Machine

July 16, 1842

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US 6.613                                 James  La Dow

Pegging Machine

July 31, 1849

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US 7.721                                 Jacob  Jenkins    

Pegging-Jack

What I claim as my invention is the combination of the two jaw blocks and the double spring connecting rod, as constructed and made to operate together and in connection with the other parts of the apparatus substantially as hereinabove specified.

October 15, 1850

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US 8.465                            Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machine

October 281851

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US 9.629                                 Seth  D.  Tripp

Pegging Machine

Assignor to Edward L. Norfolk

April 12, 1853

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US 9.947                            Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machine

August 16, 1853

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US 10.407                            Halvor  Halvorson

Pegging Machine

January 10, 1854

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US 10.427                      John  James  Greenough

 Pegging Machine

January 17, 1854

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US 10.521                              John  Standish

Pegging Machine

February 14, 1854

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US 10.917                              Leander  Lackey

Pegging Machine

May 16, 1854

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US RE 269                       John  James Greenough

 Pegging Machine

July 4, 1854

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US 11.287                         Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machine

July 11, 1854

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US 11.514                           John  A.  Bradshaw

Pegging Machine

August 15, 1854

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US 11.542                              William  Kidder

Pegging Machine

Assignor to William Kidder and Nehemiah Hunt 

August 15, 1854

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US 12.985                              Alfred  Swingle

Pegging Machine

May 29, 1855

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US 13.144                        Reuben  H.  Thompson

Pegging Machine

June 26, 1855

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US 14.020                        Waterman  B.  Johnson

Pegging Machine

January 1, 1856

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US 14.269                              Alfred  Swingle

Pegging Machine

Assignor to Elmer Townsend

February 12, 1856

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US 14.370             George Schuh  &  Phineas L. Slayton

Pegging Machine

March 4, 1856

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US 14.799                           Thomas  D.  Bailey

Pegging Machine

May 6, 1856

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US 15.055                       William  W.  Batchelder

Pegging Machine

June 10, 1856

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US 15.406                               Alfred  Bailey

Pegging Machine

July 29, 1856

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US 15.462                              Alfred  Swingle

Pegging Machine

July 29, 1856

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US 17.544                      Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Pegging Machine

Assignor to himself and Elmer Townsend

June 91857

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US 17.998                      Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Pegging Machine

Assignor to himself and Elmer Townsend

August 11, 1857

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US 18.170                               Seth  D.  Tripp

Pegging Machine

Assignor to himself and Luther Hill

September 8, 1857

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US 18.879                              William  Wells

???

December 15, 1857

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US 19.282                     Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Peg-Blank

February 2, 1858

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US 19.305                      Abraham  T.  Merwin

Method of attaching India-rubber Soles to Boots and Shoes

 February 9, 1858

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US 20.775                         Lyman  Reed  Blake

Improved Machine for Sewing a Sole on a Boot or Shoe

July 6, 1858

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US 21.051                              Leander  Lackey

Pegging Machine

July 27, 1858

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US 21.091                            Edgar  M.  Stevens

Pegging Machine

August 3, 1858

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US 21.424                           Jacob  Jenkins

Improved Press or Apparatus for the Application of Soles to Boots or Shoes

September 7, 1858

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US 21.564                           Jacob  Jenkins

Improved Apparatus for Applying Soles to Boots or Shoes by Means of Cement

September 21, 1858

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US 21.593                      Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Pegging Machine

September 21, 1858

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US 22.095                        Daniel  J.  Tapley

Improvement in Machines for Molding Boot and Shoe Soles

November 16, 1858

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US 22.102                             Isaac  Rich

Improvements in Instruments for Trimming the Soles of Boots and Shoes

November 16, 1858

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US 22.340                           Thomas  D.  Bailey

Pegging Jack

December 21, 1858

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US 23.361                         Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machine

of North East Centre, N. Y., for an improvement in machines for pegging boots and shoes. I do not claim a rack block "E" arranged so as to feed the shoe with a continuous motion underneath the awl and peg driver, for such device has been previously used; but having thus described my invention, what I do claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

1st, forming the rack bar E of two parts e, f, arranged as shown, so as to admit of being lengthened and shortened, to compensate for different length of shoes.

2nd, the adjustable or swinging plate G, in connection with the inclined planes i, i, or an equivalent device, for actuating the plate G, for the purpose set forth.

3rd, the inclined peg gauge y1 in connection with the peg or feed box S, so as to gauge the pegs from their lower ends, as described.

4th, the vibrating socket e1, in connection with the plunger rods u, v, arranged in the same slide bar t, to operate as set forth.

5th, the bar R, provided with the shoulder or bearing s1 and rendered capable of being operated when necessary by the yoke o1 and cam p1, for the purpose of duplicating the row of pegs when required.

6th, the combination of the swinging bed plate D with a rack E, arranged to operate substantially as and for the purpose set forth.

March 29, 1859

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US 23.501           James Sangster  &  Amos W. Sangster

Pegging Machine

April 5, 1859

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US RE 698                     John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US RE 699                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US RE 700                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US RE 701                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US RE 702                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US RE 703                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

April 26, 1859

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US 25.149                       Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Peg-Blank

August 16, 1859

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US 25.202                           Jacob  Jenkins

Mechanism for Protecting the Upper of a Boot or Shoe while applying the Sole

 August 23, 1859

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US 25.204                              W.  R.  Landfear

Pegging Machine

August 23, 1859

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US 25.472                               Seth  D.  Tripp

Pegging machine

September 13, 1859

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US 25.989                              Luke  H.  Wood

Pegging machine

November 1, 1859

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US 26.987                              Wait  N.  Hawley

Pegging Machine

January 31, 1860

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US 27.085                             Elmer  Townsend

Pegging Machine

February 7, 1860

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US 28.852                      John  James  Greenough

Pegging Machine

June 26, 1860

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US 29.257                            Ephraim  Everson

Pegging Jack

July 24, 1860

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US 29.434                          Ephraim  L.  Harlow

Pegging Jack

July 31, 1860

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US 29.561                         Lyman Reed Blake

Improvement in the Construction of Boots and Shoes

 August 14, 1860

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US 29.562                         Lyman Reed Blake

Improvement in the Construction of Boots and Shoes, Rendering them, when made in accordance with my invention, New Articles of Manufacture

 August 14, 1860

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US 30.950                                Parker  Wells

Pegging Machine

December 18, 1860

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US 34.170                                John  Taggart

Pegging Machine

January 14, 1862

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US 34.335                            Joseph  F.  Sargent

Pegging Machine

February 4, 1862

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US 34.370                              Moses  Marshall

Pegging Machine

February 11, 1862

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US 34.413                            Augustus  Destouy

Improvements in machinery for sewing boots or shoes and other like articles made of leather

February 18, 1862

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US 34.906                        Isaac  Merritt  Singer

Improvements in Feed Mechanism for Sewing Machines sewing some kinds of work such, for example, as boot-legs

April 8, 1862

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US 35.749                             Walter  Fitzgerald

Pegging Machine

July 1, 1862

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US 36.157                             Elias  T.  Ingalls

Pegging Machines

 August 12, 1862

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US 36.163             Gordon  McKay & Robert H. Mathies

Improvements in the Sewing Mechanism patented to L. R. Blake July 6, 1858

 August 12, 1862

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US 36.292                        Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machines

August 26, 1862

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US 44.049                          Joseph  F.  Sargent

Pegging Machines

August 30, 1864

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US 50.462                          Henry  Dunham

Improved Article of Manufacture, usually called a "Sewed Shoe"

 October 17, 1865

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US 50.642                           A. J. Tewksbury

Improvement in the Shoe Sole Stitching Machine patented by Gordon McKay and R. H. Mathies  August 12, 1852 (US 36.163)

October 24, 1865

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US 86.353                         Lyman Reed Blake

Combination of Pincers and Nail Maker and Driver, adapted for Lasting Boots and Shoes and for other uses

February 2, 1869

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US RE 3.517                      Alpheus C.  Gallahue

 Pegging Machines

June 22, 1869

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US RE 3.533                      Alpheus  C.  Gallahue

Pegging Machines

July 6, 1869

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US RE 3.635                      Charles Goodyear jr. &

Francis Du Bois & Frederick Renaud and Henry T. Close

The main feature of this invention relates to machinery for the production of welted boots or shoes

Assignees of Augustus  Destouy

September 7, 1869

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US 95.571                           Augustus  Destouy

This invention relates to that class of sewing machines for which Letters Patent were granted to me in February 18, 1863 and July 31, 1866

Assignor to Charles Goodyear jr.

October 5, 1869

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US 96.944                               Daniel  Mills

This invention relates to a sewing machine which is intended, particularly, to sew the outer sole of boots or shoes to the welt

Assignor to Charles Goodyear jr.

November 16, 1869

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US 102.155                        Lyman Reed Blake

Improvement in uniting the Soles and Uppers of Boots and Shoes

Trustee of the McKay Sewing Machine Association

April 19, 1870

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US 111.197                        Charles Goodyear jr.

Improvements in Machinery for Stitching Soles to the Welts of Boots and Shoes

January 24, 1871

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US 112.802                       Charles Goodyear jr.

Improvements in Machines for Sewing Turned Shoes or Welts

March 21, 1871

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US 113.420        Charles Goodyear jr.  &   Joze  Da Silva

Improvements in Boot and Shoe Soles

Assignors to Charles Goodyear jr.

April 4, 1871

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US 116.947                      Charles Goodyear jr.

Improvements in Machinery for Sewing Boots and Shoes

July 11, 1871

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US RE 6.300                   Benjamin  F.  Sturtevant

Peg-Blank

February 16, 1875

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US 174.159             Sylvanus  Sawyer  &  William  Esty

Improvements in Sewing Machines for Sewing Shoes

February 29, 1876

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US 232.964                           Gilbert  Hawkes

Lasting Machine

October 5, 1880

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US 274.207                        Jan Ernst Matzeliger

Lasting Machine

Assignor of two thirds to Melville S. Nichols and Charles H. Delnow

March 20, 1883

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US 277.664                            Ezra Fluent Beal

Lasting Machine

Assignor by Mesne Assignment to himself and Stephen Snow

May 15, 1883

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US RE 10.454                        Ezra Fluent Beal

Lasting Machine

Assignor by Mesne Assignment to himself and Stephen Snow

February 26, 1884

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US RE 10.499                        Gilbert  Hawkes

Lasting Machine

Assignor to The  Hawkes Lasting Machine Company

July 22, 1884

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US 302.885                            Matthias  Brock

Lasting Machine

Assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Company

August 5, 1884

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US 306.671                            Matthias  Brock

This invention has for its object the production of a simple and efficient tack-driving apparatus especially applicable for lasting boots and shoes

Assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Company

October 14, 1884

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US 307.763                           Gilbert  Hawkes

Lasting Machine

November 11, 1884

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US 309.519                           Matthias  Brock

Lasting Machine

Assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Company

December 23, 1884

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