patent Fragment of German stamp affixed to back of patent. A German patent held by Joseph Berliner. Title reads: "Vorrichtung zum Vulkanisieren ausgebesserter Stellen von Gummiradreifen." 3 p. ; 27 cm.
patent Application filed March 18, 1893. Serial No. 466, 708. Witnesses : S. E. Young, George Seidenspimer. For Diagram : J-- [?] Hinkel and F. T. [?] Chapman, Joseph Lyons, Attorney. Diagram and specifications for Emile Berliner's " improvements in the processes of making copies of sound records." 3 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Holographic notations in red ink on document. Accompanied by letter dated May 18, 1908. A history of patent No 806,125, the Rotary Explosive Engine, conducted on behalf of Emile Berliner by agents of his law firm Sturtevant and Mason. Document accompanied by a letter by C. L. Sturtevant dated May 18, 1908. 15 leaves ; 33cm. 1 leaf ; 26 cm.
patent Copy 1. Witnesses for specifications: F. T. Chapman and C. E. Marshall, witnesses for diagram: J. M. Fowler, Jr., and F. T. Chapman, Lyons & Bissing Attorneys. Diagram and specifications for Emile Berliner's "new and useful improvements in floor coverings." 3 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Copy 1. Patent states: "Joseph Berliner, of Hanover, Germany, assignor to Emile Berliner of Washington, District of Columbia. Diagram and specifications detailing Joseph Berliner's improvements in the use of superheaters with vulcanizers. 3 p. ; 28 cm.
patent Copy 1. Application filed January 7, 1886. Includes diagram as well as specifications. Witnesses listed as A. Pollok and Philip Mauro. Patent detailing Berliner's improvements to Telephone-transmitters. 3 p. ; 29 cm.
scrapbook Only 32 leaves are bound, the remainder are loose inside the front cover and consist mostly of multiple copies of the bound items. Scrapbook was probably compiled by Emile Berliner. Only excerpts have been digitized. Includes newspaper articles and letters pertaining to the controversy over whether Edison should receive a medal from Congress since his opponents allege that he has taken credit for ...
patent Includes 2 pages of diagrams. "Emile Berliner, of Washington, District of Columbia, assignor to the United States Gramophone Company, of same place." Diagrams and specifications for Emile Berliner's "new and useful improvements in Gramophones or other sound reproducing machines...especially to the gramophone reproducers using a flat record-disk." 5 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Application filed Feb 21, 1900. Serial no. 5,998. Witnesses listed on diagram as J. M. Fowler, Jr., F. T. Chapman and Lyons & Bissing, Attys. Diagram and specifications of Emile Berliner's improvements in floor- overings. Describes durability of new surface and its backing. 2 leaves ; 29 cm.
patent Copy 1. "Charles Francis Jenkins of Washington, District of Columbia, assignor of one - half to Emile Berliner, of same place." Diagram and specifications for Charles Francis Jenkins' improvements in the device for obtaining stereoscopic effects in exhibiting pictures. Assignor of one half of patent to Emile Berliner. 3 p. ; 29 cm.
patent "Emile Berliner, of Washington, District of Columbia, assignor to the United States Gramophone Company, of same place"--printed above description of patent. Diagram and specification for Emile Berliner's "new and useful improvements of Gramophone Sound-Boxes." Berliner makes reference to his Letters Patent No. 534, 543 in the specifications. 4 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Diagram and specifications. Original application filed May 4, 1887, Serial No. 237,060. Divided and this application filed Spetember 26, 1887. Serial No. 250,721. Patent detailing Emile Berliner's "useful improvements in Gramophones: instead of moving the recording stylus at right angles to and against the record surface, I cause the same to move under the influence of sound-waves..." 4 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Copy 1. Handwritten on front cover: "Patent Emile Berliner, July 20, 1909, Internal Combustion Engine." Diagrams and specifications detailing Emile Berliner's improvements in internal combustion engines. Principle object is to improve valve operation and controlling cam. 4 p. ; 29 cm.
patent 1 page photocopy of a diagram from patent No. 534,543. Witnesses listed as: Percy C [?] Bowen and F. J. [?] Chapman, Joseph Lyons, Attorney. 1 page photocopy of diagram on page 3 of a four page patent. "4 Sheets--Sheet 3." 1 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Copy 1. Application filed June 13, 1900. Serial No. 20,170. Diagrams and specifications detailing Emile Berliner's improvements in gramophones. Describes how any desired volume of sound may be produced from existing commercial form of the sound-record. 4 p. ; 29 cm.
patent "H'oenshein" [?] handwritten on front cover. Pencil notations p.1, p. 5 , p. 15. Informally-bound booklet of various gramophone patents, diagrams, and specifications, including Emile Berliner's patents: 372,786; 382,790; 534,543; 548,623; 564,586; Werner Suess' patent no. 427,279. 48 p., bound ; 28 cm. ; some blank pages.
Contributor:Berliner, Emile and Suess, Werner (Author)
patent Copy 1. "Emile Berliner, of Washington, District of Columbia, assignor to United States Gramophone Company, of Washington, District of Columbia, a corporation of West Virginia." Diagrams and specifications for Emile Berliner's improvements for producing sound-records. Details method for using the sound recording aparatus to produce sound-records. 4 p. ; 29 cm.
patent "Eldridge Johnson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, assignor to Victor Talking Machine Company, a corporation of New Jersey." Diagram and specifications detailing Eldridge Johnson's improvements to the Talking - Machine. 7 p. ; 29 cm.
patent Title derived from notes written in pencil at top of application. Corrections in ink, p. 2 , 3. Accompanied by typewritten note addressed to Emile Berliner, dated June 2, 1909, from Eugene W. Johnson, "Solicitor of Patents and Counsellor in Patent Causes." Also incl. photostat diagram of record disk. Specifications, possibly a draft, for Edgar Berliner's improvements in records for sound reproducing machines. ...