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SELECT DISTINCT patent.*, YEAR(date) as year FROM patent LEFT JOIN name ON name.patent = patent.patent AND name.type = patent.type WHERE (residence = 'East Orange, NJ') ORDER BY date ASC, patent, type

Total of 10 patents found where: Residence is 'East Orange, NJ';

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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
U 218,426 August 12, 1879 Improvement in Reflectors
Removable reflector hanging wall oil lamp (meteor)
BRYANT, Edison L.
RUSSELL, William F.
HU Wallace & Sons
U 803,010 October 31, 1905 Insulator
Pin with grooved insulator on top of crossarm to catch wire if it falls off of insulator
MORRIS, Elmer P.
U 895,171 August 4, 1908 Cable Hanger
Cable hanger for two part Duncan suspension
DUNCAN, John D. E.
U 1,128,424 February 16, 1915 Insulator
Suspension multipart insulator fitted with arcing horns
DUNCAN, John D. E.
D Specimen known 69,381 February 9, 1926 Design for an Insulator
Radio strain
BRACH, Leon S.
Strain L. S. Brach Manufacturing Co.
U 1,659,731 February 21, 1928 Insulator
Protective shield
GREEN, Estill I.
Protective Shield American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
U 1,678,663 July 31, 1928 Insulator
Protective shield
Protective Shield American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
U 1,687,535 October 16, 1928 Reduction of Losses in Insulators, Pins, and Cross Arms
Carrier circuit insulator with specific diameter/pin ratio
AFFEL, Herman A.
GREEN, Estill I.
Carrier American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
U Specimen known 1,708,038 April 9, 1929 Low Loss Insulator
CD 176 (see June 1972 CJ p. 6)
Insulator American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
U 1,710,756 April 30, 1929 Reduction of Attenuation Due to the Conductance Losses in Cross Arms and Insulator Pins
Reducing leakage on carrier circuits
Carrier American Telephone & Telegraph Co.

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