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March 28, 1950
/ w. B. MCALLISTER, sR
GARMENT HANGER
2,502,164
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Filed ‘March 25, 1947
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2,502,164
Patented Mar. 28, 1950
UNITED STATES i‘iTENT OFFICE
2,502,164
GARMENT HANGER
William B. McAllister, Sr., Saginaw, Mich.
_ Application March 25, 1947, Serial No. 737,012
1 Claim. ( Cl. 223-91)
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with legs 54 having corrugations IS, the legs M
being ?xed in the bar I.
Associated with the bar 2 is a rod l? having
adapted to support pants, skirts, and the like,
at each end a. loop it which encircle loosely the
having various thicknesses of cloth.
It is an object of the invention to provide a 5 legs 9. At each end of the rod I‘! is a hook
59, which hooks serve as ?nger pieces.
pants and skirt hanger having, when closed, a
In operation, a garment, such as pants or a
thickness not exceeding one inch, and saving
skirt,
is inserted between the bars I and 2 as
' space on a hanger supporting pole.
shown in Fig. 3. The legs [2 swing outwardly to
A further object is to provide a hanger which
enable the easy insertion of the garment. The
lies ?at when open enabling the easy insertion
?nger pieces l9 are then pressed down to cause
of garments.
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the rod H to engage the corrugated legs M of
A further object is to provide a hanger having
the member IE to move the bar I‘ in clamping
clamps formed from corrugated blocks or blocks
position with bar 2. The corrugations 3 on the
having slots to eliminate the use of felt, to hold
15 bars I and 2 cause a tight clamping action, and
This invention relates to garment hangers, and
more particularly to the provision of a hanger
garments securely.
A further object is to provide a garment hanger
which takes care of a complete suit, or jacket
and skirt.
These and other objects are attained by the
the arrangement enables the clamping of gar
ments of various thicknesses. The clamping ac
tion is shown in Fig. 4.
'
When not in use, the hook 8 can be folded into
the borders of the hanger, which enables con
novel construction and arrangement of parts 20 venient
packing of the hanger. When in use,
hereinafter described and illustrated by the ac
the
hanger
will take various thicknesses and oc
companying drawings, forming a part hereof,
cupy little space on a rack or hanger pole.
and in which:
The above description is to be considered as
Fig. 1 is an elevational view of a hanger em
illustrative and not limitative of the invention of
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bodying the invention.
which modi?cations can be made without de
Fig. 2 is a view showing the manipulation of
parting from the spirit and scope of the inven
an element of the device for clamping a gar
tion as set forth in the appended claim.
ment.
The invention having been described, what is
Fig. 3 is a side view of one operation in the
clamping of a garment, taken on the line 3-3 of 30 claimed is:
In a garment hanger, a ?rst bar and a second
Fig. 2.
Fig. 4 is a side view of another operation in the
clamping of a garment.
Fig. 5 is a sectional view taken on the line 5-5
bar, said bars having corrugated clamping sur
faces, a wire bar having legs attached to the
second bar, rods connected to the ?rst bar and
having eyes hingedly connected to the wire bar,
35
of Fig 2.
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a u-shaped member having corrugated legs at
Referring to the drawings. the garment hanger
tached
to the ?rst bar, and a member slidable
is shown to comprise a pair of clamp blocks l
on the legs of the wire bar to engage the cor
and 2, which have corrugated surfaces 3. At
rugated legs to urge the ?rst and second bars to
tached to the ends of block 2 are the lower ends
a clamping position, said member having ?nger
4 of a wire hanger 5, the upper ends of which
pieces thereon.
are connected to a sleeve 6, which threadedly
WILLIAM B. MoALLISTER, SR.
receives the stem 1 of a hook 8.
Attached to block 2 is a wire member having
. REFERENCES CITED
spaced legs 9 ?xed in the block 2, the upper
end of each leg being looped to form an eye In 45
and extends across to form a bar ll‘.
Attached to the bar I are two rods l2, spaced
apart and having at their upper ends eyes l3
through which pass the bar II, the eyes serving
as hinges to enable bar I to be rotated about 50
the bar ll.
Attached to bar I is a ,ueshaped member l5
The following references are of record in the
?le of this patent:
UNITED STATES PATENTS
Number
Name
Date
866,464
2,322,935
Hawk ___________ .._ Sept. 17, 1907
Higgins, Jr _______ __ June 29, 1943
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