|Title||Cooper Mill - Hurley Material Patents, death Clipping|
|Dates of Creation||January 24, 1895-June 4, 1925|
|Scope & Content||
In a mailing envelope from E.G. Siggers, Patent lawyer of Washington, D. C. addressed to Mr. Daniel Hurley of Bennington, Vtermont there is the following: newspaper clipping (probably from Bennington Banner) dated June 4, 1925, re "Daniel Hurley, Inventor, Died last Evening - Bennington Man Designed Underwear Knitting Machine"
On what was a mailing envelope addressed to Daniel Hurley from Washington, D.C. on June 28, 1904, there is attached a 2-7/8x 4 1/4" printed sheet re "763,400. Knitting Machine Needle and Jack. Daniel Hurley, Bennington, Vermont. and Charles J. Siebald, Troy, N.Y. as assignors to Charles Cooper, Bennington, Vermont. Filed Dec. 12, 1903. Serial No. 184,866." This is followed by 6 numbered paragraphs of description.
Also included is a Pocket Copy of Claims and Drawing presented by Henry W. Williams, Solicitor of Patents in Boston, Mass. for #572,679, a Circular-Knitting Machine and #577,620, a Presser-Stand for Knitting Machines and #654,982, a Straight Rib-Knitting Machine - listing Daniel Hurley in two of them and Hurley and Willilam T. Barratt on only one. These contain illustrations and descriptions.
Hurley, Abigail Montgomery
Hurley, Archibald D.
Hurley, Frank J.
Charles Cooper Company
|Credit line||Gift of Eleanor H. Miller|