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  • the present invention relates to photo record books, and has for its primary object the provision of improved books of this character.
  • One of the primary objects of the present invention is the provision of a new and improved photo record book combining the features of a photo album, a record book, and diary.
  • Another object of the present invention is the provision of a photo record book which is permanently bound and possesses durability.
  • Another object of the present invention is to provide a new and improved photo record book in which may be mounted both small and large size photographs, and which will not become bulky and unsightly even when full, and which, furthermore, will lay substantiall flat regardless of where it is opened.
  • Another object of the present invention is to provide a photo record book havin small. size sheets adapted to be utilized as hinges for seouring large size photographs in the book.
  • a further object of the present invention is to provide a book of the character set forth in the preceding paragraph, wherein the small size sheets, or interleaved stubs as they may be called, are pre-glued to facilitate mounting of the photographs, and which, furthermore, are provided with means for enabling the photographs accurately to be aligned relative to the rest of the book.
  • a further object of the present invention is to provide a photo record book with a hinged member which is cut so that a photograph may be inserted thereonto and thus accurately aligned.
  • Another object of the present invention is to provide a new and improved photo record book having a pair of stub sheets adapted to be secured to the opposite sides of a photograph and which are separated by a spacer adapted to abut against the edge of a photograph so that the photograph forms, in effect, a continuation of the spacer.
  • Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a photo record book constructed in accordance with the present invention
  • Fig. 2 is an enlarged, fragmentary, cross-sectional view of the book taken along the line 2-2 of Fig. 1;
  • Fig. 3 is a perspective view, on a reduced scale, of a single section of the book
  • Fig. 4 is an enlarged end view of a single section of the book as it appears before any photographs are mounted therein;
  • Fig. 5 is a similar view of a section having two full-page size photographs mounted therein;
  • Fig. 6 is a reduced scale detail view, taken along the line 6-45 of Fig. 4, illustrating details of construction
  • Fig. 7 is a fragmentary detail view taken along the line !1 of Fig. 5;
  • Fig. 8 is a view similar to Fig. 7 taken along the line 88 of Fig. 5.
  • the photo record book enables the book to be personalized by the user, the book being so constructed that the user can readily attach to it a photograph characteristic of, and one Or more title tabs indicative of, the contents.
  • the book which is indicated generally by the reference character It, includes front and back covers [2 and I4, respec-- tively, and a backbone 16.
  • the front cover i2 is embossed to provide a generally rectangular indentation IS, in which a photograph 20 characteristic of the contents ot the book may be readily mounted.
  • Personalized title tabs 22 and 24 may be secured to the backbone IS in spaces provided therefor between corrugations formed in the cover. Thus, it is a simple matter for the user readily to secure the photograph and title tabs to the book in the spaces provided for them.
  • the photo record book includes a number of identical sections 26 constructed in accordance with one of the important features of the present invention and a single section 28 forming the initial section of the book. These sections are all bound together in suitable manner by stitching 30 and binding 32, thereby to provide a permanently bound book possessing durability. While the stitching 30 ha been illustrated to be of the Smyth type, it is possible and even preferable to use oversew type stitching (i. e., endwise through individual sections) so that the book, when opened, will lie even flatter.
  • the single section 28 is made of full size sheets so that it may be used as a record book and diary. These sheets are preferably made of paper of a type permitting writing thereon either in ink or pencil or the like.
  • Sections 26, all of which may be identical in construction, are constructed and arranged so that small and large size photographs may be mounted therein without rendering the book bulky and unsightly even when full. Furthermore, the construction is such that the book lies flat regardless of whether it is unopen or open and regardless of where it is opened.
  • These sections are provided with small size sheets or interleaveu SULUJS to WillCll larger size photographs are secured. These stubs constitute, in effect, hinges to which the large size photographs are secured, thereby eliminating bending of the photographs with consequent wear and tear on them.
  • FIGs. 4 to 8, inclusive are different views of one of the sections 26 included in the book.
  • Each section includes a number of pairs of full size sheets 34A, 34B, 36A and 363, preferably but not necessarily formed of larger size sheets folded contrally to provide sheets of proper size.
  • Sheets 34 and 36 are spaced from each other to provide room for mounting the larger size photographs therebetween and to provide room also for the smaller size photographs so that the book will lie flat even when completely full. It may be noted that the sheets 34A and 343 form the outer sheets of a section while the sheets 36A and 3613 form the center sheets of a section.
  • stubs 38 and 40 are preferably folded centrally to provide the stub sheets 38A, 38B, 40A and 40B. It is preferred also that the leaves 38 and 40 be separated by a spacer 42 having somewhat longer sheets 42A and 42B, the outer portions of which are adapted to be removed by tearing them along the perforations indicated by reference characters 44.
  • the sheets 42A and 42B are adapted to be torn along the perforations 44 thereby to expose adjacent portions of sheets 38 and 40 so that the large size photographs may be secured thereto.
  • the sheets 42A and 4213 not only separate the leaves 38 and 40 to provide the desired space for the large size photographs but also prevent adjacent portions of the sheets from coming into contact with each other before the photograph is to be mounted. This is desirable because it is preferred that adjacent sides of sheets 38 and 40 have glue applied thereto to facilitate mounting of the photographs, as indicated by the reference character 46.
  • the glue coated sides of the sheets 38 and 40 are presented for securing the photograph.
  • the portion of sheet 42 remaining after the stub sheets 42A and 42B are removed acts, in effect, as a continuation of the large size photographs, as illustrated in Fig. wherein the photographs are indicated by reference characters 50 and 52.
  • first removable portion in the book corresponding to portion 42A be of a size such that it and the remaining portion of the spacer are of the same size as a full size sheet 34A.
  • the removable portion may thus be used as a templet in cutting photographs to a size so that when mounted in the book they complete pages having the same dimensions as the full size pages in the book.
  • one interleaved stub of each pair constituting a hinge is slotted near its end so that a photograph may be readily placed on the hinge in proper position for gluing.
  • the stub 38A of sheet 38 is provided with slots 54 at its opposite ends. The inner ends of these slots extend inwardly to the perforations 44 in the spacer so that when a photograph is placed in position, it constitutes, in effect, a continuation of the spacer 42.
  • the mounting of a photograph is additionally facilitated by an embossed line 56 extending between the slots 54 as best shown in Fig. 6. The line enables the portion of the stub between the slots to be bent slightly between to receive the photograph.
  • the sheet 403 of the interleaved stub 40 is also slotted as indicated by the reference character 58 and it is also provided with an embossed line 68 as illustrated in Fig. 8. Actually, there are two slots 58 but only one has been illustrated because of the limitations of space.
  • interleaved stubs 38 and 40 are identical in construction and that only one edge each is provided with the slots and the embossed line. They are glued on the same side but they are folded reversely so as to locate the slotted sides at opposite sides of the center of a section and at the top of each hinge structure.
  • the portion 38A is slotted and it forms with the portion 49A a first hinge and the portion 46B is slotted to form with the portion 38B a second hinge. This construction adds to the economy and facility of construction of the book.
  • the photo record book may be simply and economically made and yet it is durable and will not present an unsightly appearance even when filled with large and small photographs.
  • An individual touch may be readily given to the book by the mounting of a photograph on the front cover and the title tabs on the backbone.
  • Large size photographs may be mounted on the hinge structures readily as previously described, and the hinges rather than the photographs take up the stress and strain of bending.
  • the hinges and the space betweenthe'm provide space not only for the large size photographs but also for the smaller ones which may be mounted on the full size pages, such as 34 and 36.
  • the slotted hinge construction also enables the large size photographs easily and accurately to be mounted and the spacers between the hinge parts form continuations of the photographs. The spacers also insure that the glued sides of the hinges will not become glued together except when it is desired for them to be glued to the photographs.
  • a photo record book including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets of generally U shape and of a width less than that of the book adapted to receive inserts, such as photos, between the ends thereof and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides so as to be secured to opposite sides of the insert, and a generally U shaped spacer between the sheets of each pair for alignment with the insert and movable independently of the sheets and adapted to be secured thereto when said insert is secured to said sheets.
  • a photo record book including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets having a width less than that of the book adapted to receive an insert, such as a photo, between them and to be secured to the insert, and a spacer including a removable portion between the sheets of each pair, said sheets having their adjacent sides coated with adhesive in their entirety to facilitate securing of said insert and spacer to said sheets.
  • a photo record book including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets having a width less than that of the book adapted to receive a photo between them and to be secured to the photo, one of each pair of sheets having a line embossed thereon and extending across the major portion of the length of the sheet to facilitate bending thereof, and having also slots cut from its outer edge to said line near opposite ends of the sheet to facilitate proper positioning of the photo relative to said sheets and whereby portions of the sheet beyond the slots may be readily removed, and a spacer between each pair of sheets having a removable portion, said removable portion extending outwardly from the inner ends of said slots whereby when a photo is inserted into said slots the remaining portion of the spacer constitutes, in effect, an extension of the photo.
  • a photo record book comprising a section including a pair of outer full width leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves, similarly constituted and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides, and a pair of similarly constituted spacers located between said stubs.
  • a permanently bound photo record book comprising a plurality of sections each including a pair of outer leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved stubs of widths less than those of said leaves, located between inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves, similarly constituted and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides, and a pair of similarly constituted uncoated spacers located between said stubs, said spacers having detachable portions extending from beyond to a region between said stubs.
  • a photo record book comprising a section consisting of a pair of outer full width permanent leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner full width permanent leaves similarly constituted, to pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between the inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves and similarly constituted, and spacer means similarly constituted located between each pair of said stubs.
  • a photo record book comprising a section consisting of a pair of outer full width, permanent leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner full width permanent leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between the inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves and similarly constituted, and spacer means similarly constituted located between each pair of said stubs, said spacers including removable portions extending to within the region between the stubs.

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Feb. 20; 1951 A. (5. DE VRY PHOTO RECORD BOOK 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Feb. 18, 1944 Patented Feb. 20, 1951 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 9 Claims.
The present invention relates to photo record books, and has for its primary object the provision of improved books of this character.
One of the primary objects of the present invention is the provision of a new and improved photo record book combining the features of a photo album, a record book, and diary.
Another object of the present invention is the provision of a photo record book which is permanently bound and possesses durability.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a new and improved photo record book in which may be mounted both small and large size photographs, and which will not become bulky and unsightly even when full, and which, furthermore, will lay substantiall flat regardless of where it is opened.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a photo record book havin small. size sheets adapted to be utilized as hinges for seouring large size photographs in the book.
A further object of the present invention is to provide a book of the character set forth in the preceding paragraph, wherein the small size sheets, or interleaved stubs as they may be called, are pre-glued to facilitate mounting of the photographs, and which, furthermore, are provided with means for enabling the photographs accurately to be aligned relative to the rest of the book.
A further object of the present invention is to provide a photo record book with a hinged member which is cut so that a photograph may be inserted thereonto and thus accurately aligned.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a new and improved photo record book having a pair of stub sheets adapted to be secured to the opposite sides of a photograph and which are separated by a spacer adapted to abut against the edge of a photograph so that the photograph forms, in effect, a continuation of the spacer.
Other objects and advantages of the present invention will become apparent from the ensuing description, in the course of which reference is had to the accompanying drawings, in which:
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a photo record book constructed in accordance with the present invention;
Fig. 2 is an enlarged, fragmentary, cross-sectional view of the book taken along the line 2-2 of Fig. 1;
Fig. 3 is a perspective view, on a reduced scale, of a single section of the book;
Fig. 4 is an enlarged end view of a single section of the book as it appears before any photographs are mounted therein;
Fig. 5 is a similar view of a section having two full-page size photographs mounted therein;
Fig. 6 is a reduced scale detail view, taken along the line 6-45 of Fig. 4, illustrating details of construction;
Fig. 7 is a fragmentary detail view taken along the line !1 of Fig. 5; and
Fig. 8 is a view similar to Fig. 7 taken along the line 88 of Fig. 5.
One of the features of the photo record book is that it enables the book to be personalized by the user, the book being so constructed that the user can readily attach to it a photograph characteristic of, and one Or more title tabs indicative of, the contents. The book, which is indicated generally by the reference character It, includes front and back covers [2 and I4, respec-- tively, and a backbone 16. The front cover i2 is embossed to provide a generally rectangular indentation IS, in which a photograph 20 characteristic of the contents ot the book may be readily mounted.
Personalized title tabs 22 and 24 may be secured to the backbone IS in spaces provided therefor between corrugations formed in the cover. Thus, it is a simple matter for the user readily to secure the photograph and title tabs to the book in the spaces provided for them.
The photo record book includes a number of identical sections 26 constructed in accordance with one of the important features of the present invention and a single section 28 forming the initial section of the book. These sections are all bound together in suitable manner by stitching 30 and binding 32, thereby to provide a permanently bound book possessing durability. While the stitching 30 ha been illustrated to be of the Smyth type, it is possible and even preferable to use oversew type stitching (i. e., endwise through individual sections) so that the book, when opened, will lie even flatter.
The single section 28 is made of full size sheets so that it may be used as a record book and diary. These sheets are preferably made of paper of a type permitting writing thereon either in ink or pencil or the like.
Sections 26, all of which may be identical in construction, are constructed and arranged so that small and large size photographs may be mounted therein without rendering the book bulky and unsightly even when full. Furthermore, the construction is such that the book lies flat regardless of whether it is unopen or open and regardless of where it is opened. These sections are provided with small size sheets or interleaveu SULUJS to WillCll larger size photographs are secured. These stubs constitute, in effect, hinges to which the large size photographs are secured, thereby eliminating bending of the photographs with consequent wear and tear on them.
Referring now more particularly to Figs. 4 to 8, inclusive, it may be noted that these figures are different views of one of the sections 26 included in the book. Each section includes a number of pairs of full size sheets 34A, 34B, 36A and 363, preferably but not necessarily formed of larger size sheets folded contrally to provide sheets of proper size.
Small size photographs may be mounted on these sheets in any desired manner, as may be records of various other types. Sheets 34 and 36 are spaced from each other to provide room for mounting the larger size photographs therebetween and to provide room also for the smaller size photographs so that the book will lie flat even when completely full. It may be noted that the sheets 34A and 343 form the outer sheets of a section while the sheets 36A and 3613 form the center sheets of a section.
Large size photographs may be secured to the book between sheets 34A and 36A and also between sheets 34B and 36B and, in accordance with one of the features of the present invention, these photographs are mounted on a hinge structure comprising interleaved stubs 38 and 40. The stubs are preferably folded centrally to provide the stub sheets 38A, 38B, 40A and 40B. It is preferred also that the leaves 38 and 40 be separated by a spacer 42 having somewhat longer sheets 42A and 42B, the outer portions of which are adapted to be removed by tearing them along the perforations indicated by reference characters 44.
The sheets 42A and 42B are adapted to be torn along the perforations 44 thereby to expose adjacent portions of sheets 38 and 40 so that the large size photographs may be secured thereto. The sheets 42A and 4213 not only separate the leaves 38 and 40 to provide the desired space for the large size photographs but also prevent adjacent portions of the sheets from coming into contact with each other before the photograph is to be mounted. This is desirable because it is preferred that adjacent sides of sheets 38 and 40 have glue applied thereto to facilitate mounting of the photographs, as indicated by the reference character 46. Thus, when the sheets 42A and 42B are removed, the glue coated sides of the sheets 38 and 40 are presented for securing the photograph. In addition, the portion of sheet 42 remaining after the stub sheets 42A and 42B are removed acts, in effect, as a continuation of the large size photographs, as illustrated in Fig. wherein the photographs are indicated by reference characters 50 and 52.
It is preferred that the first removable portion in the book corresponding to portion 42A be of a size such that it and the remaining portion of the spacer are of the same size as a full size sheet 34A. The removable portion may thus be used as a templet in cutting photographs to a size so that when mounted in the book they complete pages having the same dimensions as the full size pages in the book.
In accordance with another feature of the present invention, one interleaved stub of each pair constituting a hinge is slotted near its end so that a photograph may be readily placed on the hinge in proper position for gluing. Thus, the stub 38A of sheet 38 is provided with slots 54 at its opposite ends. The inner ends of these slots extend inwardly to the perforations 44 in the spacer so that when a photograph is placed in position, it constitutes, in effect, a continuation of the spacer 42. The mounting of a photograph is additionally facilitated by an embossed line 56 extending between the slots 54 as best shown in Fig. 6. The line enables the portion of the stub between the slots to be bent slightly between to receive the photograph.
The sheet 403 of the interleaved stub 40 is also slotted as indicated by the reference character 58 and it is also provided with an embossed line 68 as illustrated in Fig. 8. Actually, there are two slots 58 but only one has been illustrated because of the limitations of space.
After a photograph has been secured in place, the portions of interleaved stubs extending beyond the slots 54 and 58 are removed to improve theappearance, as shown in Figs. '7 and 8.
It should be noted that the interleaved stubs 38 and 40 are identical in construction and that only one edge each is provided with the slots and the embossed line. They are glued on the same side but they are folded reversely so as to locate the slotted sides at opposite sides of the center of a section and at the top of each hinge structure. Thus, the portion 38A is slotted and it forms with the portion 49A a first hinge and the portion 46B is slotted to form with the portion 38B a second hinge. This construction adds to the economy and facility of construction of the book.
From the foregoing detailed description of the present invention, it ma be noted that the photo record book may be simply and economically made and yet it is durable and will not present an unsightly appearance even when filled with large and small photographs. An individual touch may be readily given to the book by the mounting of a photograph on the front cover and the title tabs on the backbone. Large size photographs may be mounted on the hinge structures readily as previously described, and the hinges rather than the photographs take up the stress and strain of bending. The hinges and the space betweenthe'm provide space not only for the large size photographs but also for the smaller ones which may be mounted on the full size pages, such as 34 and 36. The slotted hinge construction also enables the large size photographs easily and accurately to be mounted and the spacers between the hinge parts form continuations of the photographs. The spacers also insure that the glued sides of the hinges will not become glued together except when it is desired for them to be glued to the photographs.
While but a single embodiment'of the invention has been described in detail, it should be understood the details thereof are not to be limitative of the invention, except insofar as set forth in the accompanying claims.
What I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:
l. A photo record book, including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets of generally U shape and of a width less than that of the book adapted to receive inserts, such as photos, between the ends thereof and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides so as to be secured to opposite sides of the insert, and a generally U shaped spacer between the sheets of each pair for alignment with the insert and movable independently of the sheets and adapted to be secured thereto when said insert is secured to said sheets.
2. A photo record book, including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets having a width less than that of the book adapted to receive an insert, such as a photo, between them and to be secured to the insert, and a spacer including a removable portion between the sheets of each pair, said sheets having their adjacent sides coated with adhesive in their entirety to facilitate securing of said insert and spacer to said sheets.
3. A photo record book, including in combination, a plurality of pairs of sheets having a width less than that of the book adapted to receive a photo between them and to be secured to the photo, one of each pair of sheets having a line embossed thereon and extending across the major portion of the length of the sheet to facilitate bending thereof, and having also slots cut from its outer edge to said line near opposite ends of the sheet to facilitate proper positioning of the photo relative to said sheets and whereby portions of the sheet beyond the slots may be readily removed, and a spacer between each pair of sheets having a removable portion, said removable portion extending outwardly from the inner ends of said slots whereby when a photo is inserted into said slots the remaining portion of the spacer constitutes, in effect, an extension of the photo.
4. A photo record book comprising a section including a pair of outer full width leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves, similarly constituted and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides, and a pair of similarly constituted spacers located between said stubs.
5. A permanently bound photo record book comprising a plurality of sections each including a pair of outer leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved stubs of widths less than those of said leaves, located between inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves, similarly constituted and coated with adhesive on adjacent sides, and a pair of similarly constituted uncoated spacers located between said stubs, said spacers having detachable portions extending from beyond to a region between said stubs.
6. A photo record book as claimed in claim 4, wherein said spacer is perforated at both sides of its fold and between the stubs to provide tearout portions.
7. A photo record book as claimed in claim 4, wherein one of the interleaved stubs on opposite sides of a spacer are provided with pairs of in- Wardly extending spaced apart slots for the re ception of an insert and wherein the spacer between each pair of interleaved stubs is perforated along a line passing through the inner ends of the slots to provide a tear-out portion.
8. A photo record book comprising a section consisting of a pair of outer full width permanent leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner full width permanent leaves similarly constituted, to pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between the inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves and similarly constituted, and spacer means similarly constituted located between each pair of said stubs.
9. A photo record book comprising a section consisting of a pair of outer full width, permanent leaves constituted by folding a sheet centrally thereof, a pair of inner full width permanent leaves similarly constituted, two pairs of interleaved narrower stubs, located between the inner and outer leaves of said two first mentioned pairs of leaves and similarly constituted, and spacer means similarly constituted located between each pair of said stubs, said spacers including removable portions extending to within the region between the stubs.
ALBERT G. DE VRY.
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