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May 5, 1942-
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w. c. ULlNE
2,281,732‘
CHAIR
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Filed Jan. 27, 1941
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Patented May 5, 1942
2,281,732
“ UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,281,732
CHAIR
Walter G. Uline, Nappanee, Ind.
Application January 27, 1941, ‘Serial .N0..376,131'
6 Claims.
This invention relates to improvements in
chairs, and more particularly to high chairs for
use by infants.
The primary object of the invention is to pro
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rungs II. ‘ The portion I‘! is'provided with a cen
tral opening (not shown), and a plurality of com
plementary ribs or off-sets depressions I8 are
vide a chair of this character with a novel foot .
rest readily and easily adjustable for use by
children of various sizes and ages.
A further object is to provide a chair of this
character having a root rest which is adjustable
impressed therein to extend in equi-spaced cir
cular relation‘ around» said central opening. A
bolt I 9 extends through the opening in portion I‘I.
Each of the brackets I 6 supports an arm 20.
Each arm has an enlarged circular head portion
2I vwhich is provided with a plurality of equi
both vertically and horizontally to compensate 10 spaced
circularly arranged ribs or off-sets 22
for the growth of the femur and tibia of the legs
therein and adapted to inter?t with and comple
of a child.
mentary to the ribs I3 in bracket part IT. The
A further object is to provide a chair of this
character having a root rest which is supported in
selected position relative to the seat by two mem
bers connected thereto at spaced points, and held
opposite end of each arm 20 is pivoted at 23 to
the front portion of one of a pair of brackets 24
which are secured to the lower face of a foot
rest 25 adjacent opposite ends thereof.
in desired position with respect to the body of
the chair by a single securing means.
A further object is to provide a foot rest pivot
It will be observed from the above that the
foot rest 25 will swing bodily about the bolt I9
as a center, and that the spacing of the foot rest
ed on arms pivoted to a chair below the chair
from the seat, as determined by the angular posi
tion of the arm 20, may be ?xed by tightening the
seat, and also having pivoted thereto swinging
links in bodily shiftable relation to ?xed points
thumb nut 26 on screw l9 to press the faces of
of a chair, and means for ?xedly securing said
arms and links relative to the chair.
Other objects will be apparent from the de
parts [1 and 2| in tight frictional contact with
their complementary ribs or off-sets I8 and 22
in inter?tting relation.
scription and appended claims.
In the drawing:
Each of a pair of links 21 is pivoted at 28 at
one of its ends to the rear of each foot rest
Fig. 1 is a view of a chair in front elevation
bracket 24, and is provided with an elongated
longitudinal slot 29 at its opposite end. The
showing the front legs broken away to clearly
illustrate my improved foot rest.
Fig. 2 is an enlarged fragmentary front detail
slot 29 is normally slidable on screw or bolt I9
and may be secured in frictional face engage
ment with arm 20 upon tightening of the thumb
View of the foot rest and its supporting means.
Fig. 3 is a fragmentary detail vertical cross
sectional view taken on line 3-—3 of Fig. 2 and
illustrating the foot rest in a raised position.
Fig. 4 is a view similar to Fig. 3 illustrating the
foot rest in a lower horizontal position.
nut 26.
This construction has the advantage of sim
plicity as to both its construction and its oper
ation. Thus, for example, when it is desired to
adjust the position of the foot rest 25 for the
Referring to the drawing which illustrates
requirements of any particular child, it is neces
the preferred embodiment of the invention, the
numeral I0 designates the legs of a chair which 40 sary only to release the thumb nuts 26, swing
are suitably interconnected by rungs I I which ex
arms 20 and slide the links 21 to position the
tend horizontally between adjacent legs II]. A
foot rest at the desired height relative to the
seat I2 is supported upon the legs I0 and in turn
seat I2 and at desired inclination relative to the
supports a back rest IS.
A table I4 of suitable
construction is mounted upon the chair by sup
porting members I5 and the like.
Two rungs I I extend from the front to the rear
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horizontal, and then to retighten the thumb nuts
26 to clamp the parts together.
This multiple adjustability permits the indi
vidual requirements of any child to be accom
legs of the chair at each side thereof, and an up
right metal bracket I6 extends between the for
modated comfortably, and permits meeting and
accommodating of changes in such requirements
ward ends of said rungs I I and is secured thereto w
in any suitable manner. The bracket I6 is pref
member for locking each pair of cooperating
erably transversely con?gured for reinforcing
purposes, and extends inwardly of said rungs to
provide a vertical center portion I1 inset rela
tive to vertical planes of the inner edges of the
as the child grows. The use of a single securing
arms 20 and links 21 in proper adjustment makes
for convenience of operation, simplicity, and re
duced cost. Also, it will be observed that the
foot rest unit may be preassembled upon the
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brackets [6, to be secured to the chair as a unit
by simply securing the brackets to the chair.
I claim:
1. In a chair, the combination of a seat, a seat
support including legs and interconnecting rungs
therebetween, a pair of brackets ?xedly carried
by said seat support at opposite sides thereof, a
pair of arms each pivoted at one end to one of
opposite ends of said foot rest, brackets carried
by said seat supporting means, said arms being
pivoted to said brackets, links pivoted to said
foot rest spaced from said arms and having a
normally slidable connection with said brackets,
and means for locking said arms and links in
?xed relation to said bracket.
5. In a chair, a seat, means for supporting
said seat, a foot rest, a pair of arms pivoted to
ally mounted on the other ends of said arms, a 10 opposite ends of said foot rest, a pair of links
pivoted to opposite ends of said foot rest in
pair of links each having one end thereof pivoted
spaced relation to said arm pivots, and releas
to said foot rest spaced from said arms, and
able means carried by said seat support for hold
means for locking the pivot connection between
said brackets, a foot rest having its ends pivot
each arm and bracket in ?xed angular position,
said locking means also looking said links in de
sired relation to said brackets.
2. The construction de?ned in claim 1, where
in said links have a combined pivotal and slid
ing connection with the bracket when said look
ing means are released.
3. The construction de?ned in claim 1, where
in said last named means comprises complemen~
tary inter?tting equi-spaced offsets and projec»
tions in said brackets and arms around said piv
0t, and means for clamping said brackets, arms,
and links in frictional face engagement at the
pivot center.
4. In a chair, a seat, means for supporting
saidv seat, a foot rest, a pair of arms pivoted to
ing adjacent pairs of arms and links in desired
relation to said seat support, said arms having a
pivotal connection with said holding means and
said links having a combined pivotal and slid
able connection with said holding means when
released.
6. In a chair, a seat, means for supporting
said seat, a foot rest, a pair of arms, a pair of
links, said arms and links being pivoted at op
posite ends of said foot rest in spaced relation,
said links being slotted, and means carried by
said seat support and mounting said arms and
links, said means including a securing member
pivoting said arms and passing through the slots
of said links.
WALTER C. ULIN'E.
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