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Title: Louis Justement letter to the Commissioner of Patents
Author: Justement, Louis
Date: 10/07/1926

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Author: Justement, Louis
Title: Louis Justement letter to the Commissioner of Patents
Date: 10/07/1926
Archive: Special Collections, Gelman Library, George Washington University
Collection name: Louis Justement papers, 1946-1968
Document location: Box 3 Folder 5 Item 18
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Editorial notes: See Louis Justement's patent certificate and the draft of a letter from an unknown party also arguing for the originality of Justement's design.
Description: A letter from Louis Justement to the Commissioner of Patents explaining the differences between the apartment houses at 1725 Lanier Place, N.W., Washington, D.C., and Justement's plans for garden-style apartments. In the letter Justement argues that his garden-style apartments are a new invention and different in design from the Lanier Place apartments. Justement drafted this letter to convince the Commissioner of Patents that his invention was original.
Subjects: United States Patent Office;; Commissioner of Patents;; Apartment Houses;; Justement, Louis, 1891-1968;; Lanier Place

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Date scanned: 03/02/2006
Person scanning: J. Murck
Date converted: 03/02/2006
Person converting: J. Murck
Scanner used: Fujitsu fi-4220C
OCR program: PixEdit 7 Rev. 7.3.6
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