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US Patent: 113,113
Improvement in apparatus for transmitting power to machinery
Patentee:
William H. Thorne - Philadelphia, PA

USPTO Classifications:
474/132, 474/59

Tool Categories:
industrial machines : industrial machine mechanisms
metalworking machines : metalworking machine mechanisms : metalworking power transmission

Assignees:
Thorne & De Haven - Philadelphia, PA

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
William S. Kelley
Lyman O. Orton

Patent Dates:
Granted: Mar. 28, 1871

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for London, Berry & Orton
"Vintage Machinery" entry for Richards, London & Kelley
Description:
Inventor Thorne was a partner in Richards, Thorne & Co., which established The Atlantic Works in Philadelphia in 1860, and operated it until William S. Kelley bought out Thorne in July of 1870. Interestingly, Kelley is a witness on this patent. After a couple more steps, the owner of The Atlantic Works was London, Berry & Orton; the other witness on this patent was a partner in the latter incarnation.

This invention was used in conjunction with patent 114,229 to create a portable radial drill, used for drilling rivet holes in boiler plates, that was made by Thorne & De Haven. The product was obviously successful as within three years they had 40 employees based primarily on that one product.

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