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Numéro de publicationUS2257766 A
Type de publicationOctroi
Date de publication7 oct. 1941
Date de dépôt2 avr. 1936
Date de priorité2 avr. 1936
Numéro de publicationUS 2257766 A, US 2257766A, US-A-2257766, US2257766 A, US2257766A
InventeursSherman Katherine M, Sherman William C, Turner Welimore B
Cessionnaire d'origineSherman Katherine M, Sherman William C, Turner Welimore B
Exporter la citationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Liens externes: USPTO, Cession USPTO, Espacenet
Series connected envelope and check
US 2257766 A
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Oct. 7, 1941. J Q: AN 2,257,766

SERIES-CONNECTED ENVELOPE AND CHECK Original Filed April 2, 1936 data sheets and Patented Oct. 7, 1941 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,257,766 SERIES CONNECTED ENVELOPE AND CHECK John Q. Sherman,

Sherman, William C.

envelopes.

A further object of the invention is to enable corresponding envelopes to be rapidly fed through awrlting machine and inscribed therein without loss of time in assem- Dayton, Ohio; Katherine M.

Sherman, and Wellmore B. Turner executors of said John Q. Sherman,

eceased Application April 2, 1936, Serial No. 72,399

Renewed March 1, 1940 3 38 Claims. (01. 282-3), I This invention relates to manifolding systems inserting them into. and removing them individuand assemblies, of material, and more particually from the writing machine.

larly' to a: stationery and envelope assembly A further object of the invention is to econ'o wherein by a single writing operation data sheets, mize time and operations. checks, bills, order blanks, or the like may be 5 With the aboveprimary and other incidental inscribed and either all or a portion of the inobjects in view, as will more fully appear in scription thereon simultaneously reproduced the specification, the invention consists of the upon an underlying envelope to subsequently refeatures of construction, the parts and combinaceive the record slip. tions thereof, and the mode of operation, or In the present manifolding assembly a contintheir equivalents, as hereinafter described and nuns strip of detachably interconnected record set forth in the claims. portions which may comprise a succession of Referringtothe accompanying drawing where- 'checks, bills, order blanks, or data sheets, carin is shown the preferred but obviously not necries associated therewith a-corresponding series essarily the only form of embodiment of the of envelopes, one for each detachable portion of invention,

the carrier strip, either positioned in pockets on Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a packet of asthe rear side of such strip of series connected sembled envelopes and filler sheetstherefor in stationery, or .detachably secured thereto. continuous series connected form embodying the- The backs or successive detachable portions present invention.

of the carrier strip are carbon spotted, or slip's Fig. 2 is a reverse view of a portion of the of transfer material are interposed between the envelope and filler sheet assembly. stationery and the envelopes to effect a trans- 3 s a fu h r p ive V e r offer from the inscribed slip or form to the en- Fig. 4 is a pe sp e e of difi on velope of at least a portion of the inscription showing transfer slip of Carbon m r al asbeing written thereon; sociated withthe envelopes.

The strip of series connected stationery por- Fig. 5 is a perspective view illustrating a furtions, by which the succession of envelopes is ther modification. carried, is marginally punched .for engagement Fig. 6 is a transverse sectional view upon someof pin type feeding means for positively advanc- 1 w ex g ed sealem th stationery "strip a d accompanying Like parts are indicated by similar characters velopes simultaneously past a writing position. v of reference throughout the several views.

The object of the invention is to provide a P p s O illustration. t h 1 0 inmanifolding assembly of envelopes and flller" tent to unduly limit the application or scope of slips or sheets for use therein, which may be the invention, t as b e ustrated as embodied economically manufactured and which will enin a continuous assembly of series connected de- .able forms such as bills, checks, order blanks, tachable checks to be used as p8! checks o the form letters, or the like, and accompanying enlike and accompanying pay envelopes, both to velopes to be easily and quickly correspondingly be inscribed with the name of the payee and inscribed in a conventional writing or computperhaps with his address, department, or eming-machine. 40 ployment identification number, or such other A further object of the invention is to miniindicia as may be found convenient or desirable. mize the labor of lnscribing related data sheets It is to be understood, however, that the inand envelopes therefor and to insure exact corvention is not limited'to inscribing pay checks respondence thereof and avoid liability of errors. and pay envelopes for reception of such checks,

A further object of the invention is to mainbut may be used by utilities for inscribing gas, tain related inscribed'envelopes and filler sheets electric light, or water bills and simultaneously therefor in association with each other until addressing the envelopes in which such bills or combined, thereby avoiding possibility of transstatements are to be mailed. The invention isposition or insertion of filler sheets in the wrong also applicable to other purposes such as inscribing order blanks and their accompanying envelopes or for filling in the name and address of the addressee of form letters, the bodies of which may have been inscribed or imprinted in automatic writing or imprinting machines. Therebling separate parts and without the necessity of fore, for the purpose of this description, the depay envelope.

scription imprinted upon the face of the detach tachable succession of stationary portions, whether they be checks, bills, order forms, letters, or the like, will be referred to generically as filler slips for insertion in the accompanying envelopes, whether the envelope be for inter- 5 departmental use, or for mail purposes, or as a It is also to. be understood that the present assembly may include individual record cards or slips removably carried by the carrier strip or continuity of series-connected 1o stationaryportions either as a substitute for the envelope or in addition thereto, in which case the back of the card or slip would be carbon spotted or an additional slip of transfer material would be interposed between such card or I a separate strip of less width upon which the stationary strip I is superposed. The underlying ply is united with the stationery strip at spaced intervals, preferably coincident with the transverse weakened division lines 2 by means of staples l, or other suitable means, to form' on the under side of the stationery strip I a successionof pockets 5, one for each of the detachable portions of thestrip I.

Removablv positioned within such'pockets 5 are envelopes 6. The backs of the detachable checks, bills, slips, or forms I are carbon spotted as at 8 with transfer material whereby an inable stationery portion 1 will be reproduced upon the envelope 6 within the pocket 5.

In lieu of carbon spotting the back of the checker other filler slip I, or in the event that a record card is to be inserted within the pocket I additional to the envelope, slips 0 of transfer materialmay also be inserted within the pockets I between the overlying filler slip and the enclosedenvelope or card as the case may be.

For purpose of positivelyadvancing the manifolding assembly through a writing machine, the margins of ,the stationery strip 1" are punched at spaced intervals for engagement of pin type feeding means of a writing or computing machine. The-stationery or carrier strip I is preferably, although not necessarily, provided with margins may be detached after inscription of the filler slips 1 and accompanying envelopes! has been completed.

In the event that the staples 4 arex positioned 6 upon the transverse weakened lines 2 upon which the stationery or carrier strip is divisible into succeeding sheets or filler slips, the act of so dividing the strip ing portions automatically removes thestaples and releases the backing portion 3. However, the stationery strip may be stapled within a waste portion I2 intermediate spaced transverse weakened lines 2, as shown in Fig. 4.

7 In lieu of either such arrangement, the stationery strip I and underlying backing portion 3 may be stapled together at any desired position to provide a pocket to receive an envelope after inscription of succeed- 6 the stationery filler slip to be inscribed. Such construction is illustrated in Fig. 5, wherein the filler slip is of somewhat larger size than that of the envelope. In the event that the stationery filler slips comprise a'succession of form letters to be inscribed with the name and address of the addressee. the envelope receiving pocket would ordinarily be defined by the staples 4a. By the'cpnstruction illustrated in Fig. 5, the envelope receiving pocket may be variously located with relation to the relatively large filler slip according tov whatever position the inscription is to be made.

While wire staples 4 have been illustrated in the drawings as the means for forming and defining the envelope and card receiving pockets I, itis' to be understood that any other suitable method or means of attachment may be employed such as thread stitching, or by interlocking tongues, or portions projected from one ply of the carrier or stationery strip into the other, or by means of weak or easily broken adhesive. There is no intent not desire to limit the construction to the specific features illustrated.

If so desired the stationary assembly heretofore described inay be-accompanied through the writing machine by a separate data or record sheet upon which the inscribed matter is manifolded by use of interleaved transfer material. Such accompanying record sheet may be advanced at the same rate of speed as the stationery assembly forming the subject matter hereof, or the stationery assembly and the record sheet may be differentially advanced at different speeds by employing a writing machine of the character shown in copending application Serial Number 28,480, filed June 26, 1935.

From the above description it will be apparent that there is thus provided a device of the char- 0 acter described possessing the particular features of advantage before enumerated as desirable, but whichobviously is susceptible of modification in its form, proportions, detail construction and arrangement of parts without departing from the principle involved or sacrificing any of its advantages.

While in order to comply with the statute. the invention has been described in language more or less specific as to structural features,

6 it is to be understood that the invention is not limited tothe specific features shown, butthat the means and contraction herein discloud comprise the preferred form of several modes of putting the inventim into effect, and the in- 55 vention is therefore claimed in any or its forms longitudinal weakened lines II upon which the punched or modifications within the legitimate and valid scope of the appended claims.

Havingthu's described my invention, I claim: 1. A manifolding assembly including a.con-

0 tinuous strip of series connected detachable stationery portions, a pocket formed on theunder side of each portion, an individual duplicate record portion and an interposed stratum of transfer material in said pocket bywhich indicia 5 inscribed upon the face of said detachable portion of said strip will bereproduced upon the duplicate record portion within the pocket.

2. In a manifolding assembly, a succession of series connected detachable inscription receiving 0 portions, a series of loosely individual record receiving portions disposed with their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of the series connected inscription receiving portions, one for each of said series connected or record card in registry with any portion of 75 portions, means for maintaining corresponding cate record portions series-connected and individual portions in association with each other during their passage through a writing machine.

3. In a manifolding assembly, a succession of series connected detachable inscription receiving sheets to be progressively advanced past a writing position, a series of loosely individual duplidisposed with their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of the series connected inscription receiving portions, and means for maintaining each separate duplicate record portion in association with a particular series-connected inscription receiving sheet for unison movement past the writing position.

4. A series connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine, including a continuous record receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into a succession of independent record units after inscription thereof to be progressively advanced past a writing position, and a series of loosely individual record receiving portions underlying the series-connected inscription receiving porportions in prelocated relation therewith, and with their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of the continuous detachable inscription receiving portions, and a stratum of transfer material interposed between each of said series connected inscription receiving portions and the individual record portion underlying each inscription receiving portion.

5. In a manifolding assembly, a succession of series connected detachable inscription receiving slips, a succession of loosely individual duplicate record elements underlying the series of impression receiving elements and with their record 7 receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of the continuous detachable inscription receiving portions, a stratum of transfer material interposed between each inscription receiving slip and underlying duplicate record element therebetween, and means for maintaining the underlying duplicate record elements in registry with predetermined portions of the series connected inscription receiving slips while being advanced past a writing position.

6. A series connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine, including a continuous. record receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into a succession of independent record units after inscription'thereof to be progressively advanced past a writing position, an envelope detachably secured to the under side of each of said divisible portions of the strip, and a transfer stratum interposed between the strip and each envelope by which at least a portion of the matter inscribed upon the succeeding portions of the strip is transferred to the envelope.

7. In a manifolding assembly, a continuous strip of record material to be progressively advanced past a writing position and having transverse weakened lines upon which the strip isdivisible into succeeding portions, means for removably supporting a succession of loosely individual duplicate record elements on the under side of the strip with their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of the continuous strip of record material, one in regisstrip of inscription receiving positions, and a stratum of transfer material try with a portion of each of the divisible portions of said strip, material intermediate the strip and each duplicate record element by which at least a portion of the matter inscribed upon succeeding porand a stratum of transfering position,

within each pocket for transferring a portion of the inscription received upon the strip to each pocket contained duplicate record receiving element.

9. In a manifolding assembly, tinuous plies of inscription receiving material interconnected at spaced intervals to be progressively advanced past a writing position, a succession of separate individual record receiving elements interleaved between the interconnected plies and having their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward side of a ply of continuous inscription receiving material, and a stratum of transfer materal interposed between at least one of the continuous plies and the interleaved individual record receiving elements for transferring to said separate individual record receiving elements interleaved between the interconnected plies a portion of the matter inscribed on the ply contiguous to the transfer material.

10. In a manifolding assembly, a continuous web of material longitudinally folded upon itself to form a strip of double thickness, means interconnecting the plies thereof at spaced intervals, separate individual record receiving elements disposed between the plies of the folded web intermediate the points of interconnection thereof, and portions of transfer material interposed between one of the plies of said folded web-and said record receiving elements inserted between the plies.

11. A series connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine, including a continuous record receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals upon preformed transverse weakened division lines into a succession of independent record units after inscription thereof and a series of envelopes in relatively spaced succession for unison advancement with the record receiving carrier strip past a writthe sheets and envelopes being in superposed relation, means for maintaining assembled relation of the strip and envelopes, and a stratum of transfer material interposed-between the strip and each of the accompanying envelopes.

12. In a manifolding assembly, a collection of separate independent envelopes and a continuous strip of series connected detachable record slips insertable in said envelopes when detached from the continuous strip, said strip being marginally punched for feeding engagement with pin type feeding means of a writing machine, and means for detachably supporting. the envelopes beneath the continuous strip of record strips for travel past a writing position in, unison with the movement of the strip, and a stratum of transfer material interposed between the strip and each envelope by which matter inscribed on the strip will be reproduced upon an underlying envelope.

13. In a manifolding assembly, a web of masuperposed coninto which the filler slips may be inserted after division into separate slips interleaved in a longitudinal succession within the fold of the web and carried thereby past the writing position of a writing machine, and transfer material interposed between the uppermost ply of the folded web and the envelopes for reproducing upon the envelopes at least a portion of the matter in scribed on the web.

14. In a manifolding assembly, a plurality of continuous superposed piles of material, interconnected one with the other, at least one of which is marginally punched for feeding engagement with pin type feeding means ofa writing machine and a plurality of separate envelopes interleaved in a longitudinal succession between the superposed plies of material and carried thereby past the writing position of a writing machine, and transfer material interposed between at least one of the plies and the envelopes for reproducing thereon at least a portion of the matter inscribed on one of said plies.

15. ms manifolding assembly, a continuous strip of inscription receiving material having transverse weakened lines upon which the strip is divisible into succeeding slips for insertion into envelopes, a series of separate envelopes of less width than the strip removably secured in longitudinal succession to the under side or the strip, said strip being marginally punched for feeding engagement with pin type feeding means by which the strip and associated envelopes may be advanced in unison past the writing position of a writing machine, said strip further having longitudinally disposed weakened lines upon which marginally punched portions of the strip are removable to reduce the slips into which the strip is divisible to approximately the width of the envelopes, and transfer material disposed intermediate the strip and envelopes to reproduce upon the envelopes at least a portion of the matter inscribed upon the strip.

16. A series connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine, includ ing a continuous record receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals upon preformed transverse weakened division lines into a succession of individual flller'slips after inscription thereof for insertion into individual envelopes, and alongitudinal succession of envelopes to receive the slips associated therewith,

each slip and envelope being disposed in superposed relation, the individual slips and corresponding envelopes being interconnected for unison travel motion past a writing position, and transfer material interposed between the slips and envelopes to effect duplication upon the envelopes of at least a portion of the matter inscribed upon the, slips. 4

I 17. In a manifolding assembly, a continuous fer material interposed between the rearward face of the web and the separate elements.

18. In a manifolding assembly, a continuous web of record material longitudinally folded upon itself, at one edge thereof to form a strip of double thickness less in width than that of the web,- -means interconnecting the piles thereof at spaced intervals to form pockets, envelopes disposed in the pockets with their record receiving faces coincident with the rearward face of the web. and a stratum of transfer material interposed between the rearward face of the web and the adjacent faces of the envelopes.

19. A manifolding assembly of series connected envelopes and corresponding record slips for use in a writing machine having a pin type feeding device consisting of a series of individual envelopes held together in a continuous succession, and an associated series of individual record slips detachably engaged with corresponding envelopes, there being at least one slip engaged with each envelope, 9. portion of said assembly being provided with cut-out areas for engagement of the pin type feeding device of the writing machine.

20. A manifolding assembly of series connected envelopes and corresponding record slips for use in a writing machine having a pin type feeding device consisting of a series of individual envelopes held together in a continuous success lon, and a continuous strip of series connected corresponding individual record slips separable on transverse division lines at longitudinally spaced intervals, the slips and envelopes being superposed one upon the other to receive duplicate inscriptions, said strip having therein a succession of longitudinally spaced cut-outs to receive the pin type feeding device of the writing machine. a

21. A manifolding assembly of series' connected envelopes and corresponding record slips for use in a writing machine having a pin type feeding device consisting of a series of individual envelopes held together in a continuous succession, and a series of individual record slips also held together in a continuous succession, the corresponding slips and envelopes being superposed one upon the other for reception of manifold inscriptions, said asembly including a portion having therein a succession of longitudinally spaced cut-out areas for engagement of the pin type feeding device of the writing machine.

22. A continuous manifolding assembly of envelopes and corresponding record strips to receive manifold inscriptions in a writing machine including a continuous strip of record material divisible upon transverse weakened lines at longitudinally spaced intervals into a series of instrip in a continuous sequence, there being an envelope associated with each series connected web of material longitudinally folded upon itself at one edge thereof to form a strip of double thickness less in width than that of the web,

means interconnecting the plies thereof at spaced rearward face of the web, and a stratum of transrecord slip, and interleaved transfer material by which an inscription on one corresponding memher will be reproduced upon the other.

23. A continuous manifolding assembly of envelopes and corresponding record strips to receive manifold inscriptions, in a writing machine including a plurality of individual envelopes detachably interconnected into a continuous series and a continuous strip of record material to I which the envelopes are detachably attached at longitudinally spaced intervals, said strip being transversely divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into a succession of individual record in a writing or imprintingslips and interleaved transfer material by which duplicate inscriptions may be produced upon the corresponding envelopes and recordslips.

24. A continuous manifolding assembly of envelopes and corresponding record strips for use machine having a pin type feeding device including a plurality of individual envelopes detachably interconnected into a continuous series, and a continuous strip of series connected record slips to which the envelopes are detachably attached in superposed relation, at longitudinally spaced intervals, said strip being transversely divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into individual record slips, at least one of said series of members being provided with a succession of longitudinally spaced holes for engagement of a pin type feeding device.

25. A continuous manifolding assembly of envelopes and corresponding record strips for use in a writing or imprinting machine having a pin type feeding device including a plurality of individual envelopes detachably interconnected into a continuous series, and a continuous stripof series connected record slips to which the envelopes are detachably attached in superposed relation, at longitudinally spaced intervals, said strip-being transversely divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into individual record slips, said strip being provided with a succession of longitudinally spaced holes for engagement of a pin type feeding device.

26. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type wherein a strip feeding device has positive engagement with a strip for advancing the same relative to a record receiving position, including a plurality of separate individual record receiving portions arranged in a continuous succession, a continuous, record'receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals upon preformed transverse weakened division lines into a succession of independent record units, with each of which an individual record receiving portion is detachably engageable, and holding means on series-connected detachable record receiving units of the carrier strip loosely retaining individual record receiving portions in duplicate record receiving and unison travel relation therewith, said carrier strip having therein longitudinally spaced configurations for. engagement of the strip feeding device therewith for presenting successive series-connected detachable record receving units of the carrier strip and associated individual record receiving portions simultaneously in record receiving relation with the writing or imprinting machine.

27. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type wherein a strip feeding device has positive engagement with a strip for advancing the same relative to a record receiving position, including a continuous strip of series-connected detachable record receiving units divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals on preformed transverse weakened division lines, having therein asuccession of longitudinally spaced configurations for operative engagement therewith of the strip feeding device, a plurality of separate record receiving portions arranged in a continuous succession, and locating means carried by succeeding separable units of the strip with which separate record receiving members are loosely associated in manifolding relation with correspondpast the record receiving position of the writing or imprinting machine.

28. A series-connected stationery assembly for use-in a writing or imprinting machine of the type wherein a strip feeding device has positive engagement with a strip for advancing the same relative to a record receiving position, including a continuous strip of series-connected detachable record receiving units divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals on preformed transverse weakened division lines, having therein a succession of longitudinally spaced configurations for operative engagement therewith of the strip feeding device, a plurality of separate individual record portions and a longitudinal succession of carrying devices upon the strip for loosely engaging the separate record portions with the carrier strip for unison advancement by the strip feeding means having engagement with the longitudinally spaced conformations by which the individual record portions and corresponding units of the strip are successively presented in a record manifolding position of a writing or imprinting machine.

7 29. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type wherein a strip feeding device has positive engagement with a strip for advancing the same relative to a record receiving position, including a series of separate record receiving portions arranged in a continuous succession, a carrier strip therefor divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals into a succession of I individual record receiving portions, a series of longitudinally spaced conformations in the strip for engagement of the strip feeding device of the machine and associated means for detachably holding the separate record receiving portions in manifolding relation with corresponding divisible record receiving portions of the carrier strip during advancement by the strip feeding device past the record receiving position of a writing and imprinting machine, the construction and arrangement being such that duplicate records are produced simultaneously upon divisible sections of the strip and separate record receiving portions associated therewith.

30. A manifolding assembly, including superposed continuous plies of material interconnected with each other or longitudinal and relatively spaced transverse lines to form a continuous interconnected series of envelopes, an additional ply of material in superposed relation with each envelope, a succession of longitudinally spaced transverse weakened registering division lines in the respective continuous plies upon which the assembly is divisible intermediate succeedin envelopes into successive sets, and. a stratum of transfer material interposed between the continuous plies forming the envelopes and the ply in superposed relation with each envelope said assembly being zigzag folded into a flat packet.

31. A manifolding assembly, continuous strip of material having one side portion reversely folded upon a fold line longitudinally of the strip into superposed relation with a parallel portionthereto at longitudinally spaced intervals to form a continuous series of envelopes, an additional ply of material disposed in superposed relation with each envelope assembly, a stratum of transfer material interposed between the single continuous strip of material forming the series ofenvelopes and the ply in superposed relation with ing units of the strip for unison travel therewith each envelope assembly, and registering transincluding a single thereof and attached strip of material intermediate succeeding envelopes thereof upon which the assembly is divisible into separate sets.

32. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprintingmachine of the type having a positive strip feeding device progressively engageable therewith for advancing the same past a record receiving position; including a continuous integral marginally punched strip of material divisible on transverse weakened lines into a succession of sections and a succession of pockets formed on said strip intermediate succeeding transverse division lines beyond which the punch margin of the strip extends, the construction and arrangement being such that the strip is transversely divisible on the transverse weakened lines intermediate succeeding pockets into a succession of independentenvelopes.

33.- A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type having a positive strip feeding device progressively engageable therewith for advancing feeding device by which the assembly may be p ogressively advanced through a writing or imprinting machine before division into individual envelopes.

34. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type having a positive strip feeding device progressively engageable therewith for advanc- 1n: the same past a record receiving position, comprising a continuous succession of seriesconnected detachable envelope units including,

at least one marginally punched integral continuous strip divisible on transverse longitudinally spaced weakened division lines intermediate succeeding envelopes.

35. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type having a positive strip feeding device progressively engageable therewith for advancing the same past a record receiving position,

verse weakened division lines in the continuouscomprising a continuous succession of seriesconnected detachable envelope units, transverse longitudinally spaced weakened division lines upon which the assembly is divisible intermediate succeeding envelope units, a detachable marginal area for operative engagement therewith of the strip feeding device, and a longitudinalweakened division line upon which the marginal feeding area is detachable from the envelope units.

36. A series-connected stationery assembly for use in a writing or imprinting machine of the type having a positive strip feeding device progressively engageable therewith for advancing the same past a record receiving position, comprising a continuous succession of series-connected detachable envelope units, a continuous record receiving carrier strip divisible at longitudinally spaced intervals upon preformed transverse weakened division lines into a succession of independent record units and a detachable portion associated with each envelope unit and record receiving carrier strip for operative engagement therewith of the strip feeding device.

37. A manifolding assembly, including a plurality of superposed piles of material, at least two oi which are interconnected with each other on longitudinal and longitudinally spaced transverse lines to form a succession of interconnected envelope pockets, and a succession of longitudinally spaced registering transverse weakened lines in the respective plies intermediate succeeding envelopes of the series upon which the assembly is divisible into separate units, separate individual record receiving elements disposed between the piles intermediate the points of interconnection thereof, and portions of transfer material interposed between one of the plies and the record receiving elements inserted between the plies.

38. A maniiolding assembly, including a. plurality oi superposed piles of material, at least two of which are interconnected with each otheron longitudinal and longitudinally spaced transverse lines to form a succession of interconnected envelope pockets, and at least one other ply of .which, individual to and disposed in overlying relation with each of the succession of envelopes, is adapted to receive record inscriptions duplicating those produced upon corresponding envelopes, and a succession of longitudinally spaced registering transverse weakened lines in CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION. Patent No. 2,257,766. I October 7, 19in.

' JOHN Q. SHERMAN.

It is hereby certified that error appears in the printed specification of the above numbered patent requiring correction as follows: Page 2, first column, lines 1, ll, 18 and 28, for the word "stationary" read --sta'tionery-; page 5, first column, line 14.5, claim 5, strike out the word "therebetyveen"; line '65, claimT, after "succeeding" insert -separate--; line 69, claim 12, for "record strips" read --record s1ips--; page 5, second column, line 50, claim 50, for "or" read -on--; and that the said Letters Patent should be read with this correction therein that the same may conform to the record of the case in the 'Patent Office.

Signed and sealed this Zndda y of December, A. D. 19141.

Henry Arsdale, (Seal) Acting Commissioner of Patents.

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Classifications
Classification aux États-Unis229/69
Classification internationaleB42D5/00, B42D5/02
Classification coopérativeB42D5/025
Classification européenneB42D5/02C2