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US Patent: 308,838
Self-lubricating bearing
Patentee:
Charles E. Gee - Lowell, MA

USPTO Classifications:
384/387

Tool Categories:
industrial machines : industrial machine mechanisms : industrial machine bearings

Assignees:
Wilson W. Carey - Lowell, MA

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
C. C. Hutchinson
William F. Hills

Patent Dates:
Applied: Apr. 28, 1884
Granted: Dec. 02, 1884

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for W. W. Carey
"Vintage Machinery" entry for C. E. Gee
Description:
"This invention relates to improvement in self-lubricating bearings particularly designed for hubs for loose pulleys, although the invention is equally well adapted, with a slight modification, to stationary bearings."

This patent is very interesting because it ties together two 19th century woodworking machinery makers: C. E. Gee and W. W. Carey, both of whom manufactured machinery under his own name. It appears that this patent is from Gee's early career, before he started out on his own.

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