02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 1 of 3
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On This Day in Sawyer History Feb 17th

Fred W. Reitz, of Evansville, Indiana, United States, claim to have invented certain new and useful improvements in lumber jacks. Filing date Fenruary 17, 1900. Serial No. 5,593.

Patent awarded June 19, 1900 Serial No. 652,221.

This invention relates to lumber jacks, and more particularly to such as are designed to be used in loading and unloading lumber from wagons and other places.

The object of the invention is to provide a simple, inexpensive and durable construction which can readily applied to the wheel of a lumber wagon or otherwise suitable hung and adjusted so that it serves its purpose.

02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 1 of 3
02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 1 of 3
02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 2 of 3
02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 2 of 3
02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 3 of 3
02-17-1900 patent 0652221 1900-02-17 FRED W. REITZ , A lumber jack Pg 3 of 3

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