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United States Patent Office
Patented June 28 1960
RESPIRATOR FOR ADMINISTERING OXYGEN
AND OTHER GASEOUS MATERIALS
James C. Doak Westlake Ohio assignor of one-fourth to Walter S. Sutowski Brecksville one-fourth to Fred J. Mingo Westlake and one-fourth to Francis B. Douglas Shaker Heights all of 'Ohio
Filed Apr. 25 1958 Ser. No. 50 629
Term of patent 14 years
Fig. 1 is a front perspective view of a respirator for References Cited in the file of this patent
administering oxygen and other gaseous materials -show- UNITED STATES PATENTS
ing my new design;
Fig. 2 is a rear perspective view thereof the side of the
D. 177 947 Sherwood June 5 1956
mask portion not shown being substantially like the side 2 300 912 Dodge et al. Nov. 3 1942
which is shown and FOREIGN. PATENTS
Fig. 3 is a bottom plan view thereof.
I claim: 166 977 Australia Feb. 14 1956
The ornamental design for a respirator for adminis- 735 277 Great Britain Aug. 17 1955
tering oxygen and other gaseous materials as shown and 1 096 448 France Feb. 2 1955