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US68652A
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    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
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ANDREW JACOB RICE AND ANDREW JAMES RICE, OF SALEM, MASSACH- SETTS, ASSIGNORS TO' ANDREW JACOB RICE, SAME` PLACE.

Letters Patent No. 68,652, dated September 10, 1867.

IMPROVED BOOT AND SHOE SHARK.

To ALL'WHOM ITMAY concierne: y

Be it known that we, ANDREW JAMss RICE and ANDnsw .AcoB RICE, both of Salem, county of Essex, and State of Massachusetts, have invented a. new and improved Shank for Boots und Shoes; and we do hereby declare that the following is n. full, clean', and exact description thereof, reference being had to the `nnnened drawings,

in which- Figure l is a'longitudnal section. u

lFigure 2, an elevution of o st'rnight shank. W

Figure 3, nn elevation of a right und left shank.

We make our shank iu two parts, A. and B. The part A'is made in the desired shape for the shank, and the part B- is made to lit upon it, and the two parts are then secured to euch other in any convenient manner.

We make the part A ofl leather, or any similar material possessing the requisite strength and' pliability, sushi as raw hide,`rubber, Snc., but leather is the cheapest andV best material .known to us. The part B we niake of metal, as its only purpose is to strengthen the shank and prevent it from getting out ofV shape. We use a thin strip of steel ci' spring temper, as that is the best material known tous. In the drmvingsthese parts s're fastened together by rivets, one near each end of the pnrt B, and this is the best method known tous of falste-I ing these pui-ts together, although it is evident that they might be fastened together with tacks, clinched ou one' side, or by stitching, suitable holes in either case being first made through th'e pnrt B. Shanks of steel, leather, and other material nre well known, but they are all liable to various objections. Steel Shanks, though they are not liable to break, and retain their shape well, ure almost certain, when the boot or shoe is worn, to out the parte against which they beur, and all other shftnks known to us are apt to break or getout of shape. Our

shank we believe to be free 4from these objections, and ia theonlzy one known to us made in two parte; except one, which is madeof two pieces of steel. i

What weciaim as our invention, and'desire to secure by Letters Patent, is- Y As an article of manufacture, n. shank made of leather sndateel, secured together by rivets, allsubstantially as described.

ANDREW JAMES RICE,` A. JACOB RICE. Witnesses:

W. BANAMEND, J. E'. MAYNADIER.

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