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Feb. 8, 1938.
A. J. WILKlN
¿301404
COMBINATION DESK AND CHAIR
Filed Sept. 2, 1936
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Feb. 8, 1938.
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A. J. WILKIN
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2,307,404
COMBINATION DESK AND 'CHAIR
Filed sept. 2, 193e
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Patented Feb. 8, 1938
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UNITED STATES ¥PATENT OFFICE
2,107,404
COMBINATION DESK AND CHAIR
Arthur J. Wilkin, San Pedro, Calif.
Application September ,2,> 1936, Serial No. 99,112
3 Claims. (Cl. 155-188)
Fig. 9 is a detail section enlarged, taken on
My invention relates generally to furniture,
the line 9-9 of Fig. 1.
and more particularly to a combination desk
and chair for the convenience of a person en
gaged in reading, writing or drafting.
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The principal objects of my invention, are to
provide a combination desk and chair that in
cludes a pair of substantially parallel vupright
cabinets that provide in effect, the sides and
arms of the chair, and said cabinets being pro
10 vided with shelves and compartments for the
Fig. 10 is an enlarged detail section taken on
the line IU-Iû of Fig. 6.
Fig. 11 is a detail elevational View of an ad- 5
justable connection between the seat-black and
the side braces therefor.
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Fig. 12 is `a detail section showing a drawing
board adjustably mounted on the board or table
that normally carries the typewriter.
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Referring by numerals to the accompanying ì
.accommodation of books, stationery, letter files
drawings, Iii and II designate substantially rec
and the like, further to arrange between said
cabinets, an adjustable seat for the occupant of tangular upright cabinets that function as the
the combined desk and chair, further to combine A sides of the chair, said cabinets being preferably
formed of sheet metal and each cabinet is sup- 15
15 with the upright cabinets, a swinging table adapt
ed to support a typewriter, a drawing board or ported by a plurality of casters I2 that enables
the completed structure to be readily moved from
the like, and further to combine with the cabi
nets various accessories for the convenience of
the user of the combined desk and chair; for
2O instance, a swinging dictionary holder, an ad
justable foot and leg rest, an adjustable copy
vholder and an adjustable reading lamp.
Further objects of my invention are, to pro
vide a combined desk and chair of the character
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refered to that is very compact, so as to occupy
comparatively little floor space, the cabinets form
ing the sides of the chair being mounted on
casters to facilitate movement from one posi
tion to another and to construct the parts yof
in the cabinets may be divided by shelves andv 20
partitions into compartments adapted to receive
books, letter files and accessories generally uti
lized by Writers, draftsmen and readers.
In Fig. 6 the lefthand cabinet is shown in ele
vation, and this cabinet is provided with three 25
horizontally disposed shelves I3 and one vertical
ly disposed partition I4.
.The space to one side of the partition I4 is
occupied by a plurality of drawers I5, preferably
may be easily and quickly disassembled and
formed of sheet metal and adapted to contain
writing material such as paper, carbon paper,
packed so as to occupy comparatively‘little space
cardboard, envelopes and the like.
30 the combined desk and chair so that the same
while in storage or during transportation.
With the foregoing and other objects in view
35 my invention consists in certain novel features
of construction and-arrangements of parts‘that
will be hereinafter more fully described and
claimed and illustrated in the accompanying
drawings in which:
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Fig. 1 is a top plan View of a combined desk
and chair constructed in accordance with my
invention.
Fig. 2 is .a front elevation view.
Fig. 3 is a horizontal section taken on the line
45 3-3 Of Fig. 2.
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Fig. 4 is a detail section taken on the line 4-4
of Fig. 3.
Fig. 5 is an enlarged vertical section taken on
the line 5-5 of Fig. 2.
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one position to another. These cabinets have
the same over-all dimensions and the space With
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Fig. 6 is a vertical section taken approximately
on the line 6-6 of Fig. 1.
Fig. ‘7 is an enlarged vertical section taken on
the line 'I-l of Fig. 6.
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Fig. 8 is an enlarged detail section taken onk
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Where the drawers are utilized for containing
writing paper, sheets of carbon and the like, the
front walls of the drawers are provided with 35
apertures I6 that are extended a short distance
rearwardly in the bottoms of the drawers as illus
trated in Fig. 10.
Such construction enables the individual draw
ers to be pulled out and the ends of the sheets
of paper within the Withdrawn drawer to be
pushed upward to facilitate removal.
Formed in the inner edges of the front Walls
I'I of the cabinets are vertically disposed rows
of spaced apertures I 8, .and adapted to be re- 4
movably positioned therein, are hooks I 9 that
are formed on the centers of rods 20. These
rods are positioned in hems that are formed in
the ends of a flexible member 2| thus providing
a foot and leg rest that may be disposed at dif- 5'()y
ferent elevations between the front portions of
the cabinets. (See Figs. 3 and 4.)
Positioned in the partition I4 of the lefthand
cabinet adjacent the inside face of said cabinet
is a tube 22, and mounted to rotate freely therein, 55
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is the lower'portion of a vertically disposed shaft
23. Carried by thisV shaft just above the top of
the cabinet,'is the upper race 24 of a ball bearing
that restsY on balls and the latter bearing on a
lower race 25 that is fixed on top of the cabinet.
which are formed inverted L-shaped hooks 5IV
that engage, over beads on` the edges of said
shelves.
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These straps are for the support of the adjust- ~
able seat and the members of the front pair of
Secured to shaft 23 just above upper race 24, straps are disposed near the centers of the Vcab
is a horizontally disposed table 26 that provides inets while the members of the rear paiiñof
a support for a typewriting machineV T, and se _ straps `are positioned adjacent the rear ends of
Vcured to the under side of this table.V are rubber said cabinets. These straps are retained in po
sition on the shelves by meansof screws 52 which 10
Y10 studs 21 that form feet thatV rest on top of the
front portions of the cabinets, thus cushioning pass through the intermediate portions oi said
the table when the writing machine is positioned ' straps and engage beneath the edgesV of theV ad
thereupon.
Obviously, table 26 may be utilized K jacent shelves. Formed through the upper poras a support for writing paper or for drawing 4tions of the straps 5U are apertures 53 for the
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accommodation `of the bolts Ythat adjustably'se 15
Secured lon the upper surfaceof the ta
ble 25 at the end opposite the'end that »iscon
curethe seat to the straps.
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The seat comprises a suitable framework, pref
-nectedto shaft 23, is a handle 28 by means of
which the table may be conveniently swung'from` -erably formed of metal, and Ywhichincludes a
one position to another.
Y.pair of transverse channels 54, the ends of whichr f
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In Figs. 1 and 6 Vthe table is shown in Van out- " are bent downwardly at right angles so as to Ylie
of-the-way'position above the front end of the directly `against the faces of the strapsY 50. The
lefthand cabinet, and dotted linesI in Fig. 1 downwardly bent vendsof these channels are pro->
show .the table swung into position so as to span vided with perforations that receive bolts '55,
and which latter pass through any of the aper
the space between the front portions of the cab
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tures 53 ,so as torconnect the transverse channelsl
.The upperportion- of shaftV 23 is threaded and to the-straps 56 Vand the threaded` ends, of .said
bolts receive winged nuts '56.*
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said threadedY portion extends through an aper
. Supported by the end portions of the trans-ture V2&1-,that isformed in a iìangev 30 at the
lower end of anïl upwardly projecting inclined verse channelsï~54 are longitudinally disposed
copy-holder-.Slyand',positioned on the threaded rails 51, which in turn support a panel 558, pref
portion'of the shaft above and below >said flange
30 are ~nuts V32.
erablyY of metal', that provides a seat.V
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Connected by¿a -hinge59 . to the Vrear end'Y 0f.
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Such construction enables the copy-holder to Y ' the-,seat is anV upwardly andrearwardly project
be raised >:or lowered to the desired convenient ing‘seat-back 60, `andsecured to the sides there
position. Projecting horizontally from the up
of, are staples 6|.- , Passing through each staple
per ‘end of copy-holder »3| is a flange 33 in which
is a >toothed bar .62,1 the teeth Vof ¿which are
is formed -an >aperture 34.
adapted to engage' the'lower portion of the `corre
sponding staple andthe forward lower Yend ofV
each ïbar is pivotally connected to an arm v63, the
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VMounted to rotate irl-aperture 34 is a tubular
VVfitting >35,«and seatednin the `upper end of this
fitting -is one endïof a flexible tube 36, the oppo
site Aend `of which `carries an electric lamp 31
and a reflectorj38. The-»lower portion of fitting
35 that projects- through aperture 34 is threaded
for vthe receptionV of anut v40, which nut engages
¿ a Washer 4l vthat is ,positioned against the under
sidefoff-flafnger33, and electric conductors 42 lead
from a suitable'source of current supply through
forward 'lower end of 1 which is pivotally con.
nected to the intermediate portion of the
of the seat frame.
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The construction just described provides sim-V'
ple and effective means for adjusting the angu
larity »of the seat-back, and to ñrml-y hold the 45.
same in its-adjusted position. When the ytoothed
rails 162 occupy inclined positions, as illustrated
the fitting 35 and >through the flexible conduit ` in Fig. 6 ¿and by solid vlines in Fig. ¿1-1, the rails ~
36 toi-lamp 31. Y
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cannot move upward-afsufiicient distance to dis
By loosening nut 40,»the flexible conduit 36
carrying the electric lamp may besWung into any
desired position and locked in such position afterv
such movement by tightening the nut 40'.`
Seated -in the outer portion of the' partition
l I4a inthe- rig-hthand cabinet, and which parti
tion corresponds with the partition I4 in the left
hand cabinet, is a tubef43 thatprovides a bear
*ing for a vertically disposed shaft 44, >and pro
.jecting upwardly and inclined from said shaft
60 ’is an arm ‘45.7 The upper end'of-this arm is po
engage the teeth Y,from 'the IOWSI” portions of the
Vstaples
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Whenfit -is desired to change »the inclination of i’
the set-back, the rear vendsof thearms 63 `are
swung upwardly and forwardly ythereby swing
ing> the notched bars 62 into practically `hori 55
zontal'planes or lpositions substantially at right
angles >to the plane occupied'by the staples 6l, ,
and when so positioned the'notched bars may be
lifted a sufficient distance to disengage the teeth
thereof from- the lower> portions of the staples 60
sitioned between bracketsH 46 that are secured to
and thus permitting said bars to be moved for
the under side -of -an inclined ~holder41 that is
adapted to receive ya large book such as a dic
wardly or backwardly to effect the desired ad- y
tionaryVV and passing through said brackets 46
65 and the yupper end of arm 45,~is a `bolt 48„ the
threaded end of which receives a` winged >nut 49.
' `The construction just described provides
justrnent.Y
The position of the toothed bar when shifted
as just described, is illustrated by dotted lines in 65
Fig.1'1.
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means VVwhereby the book lsupport 41 may be
In Fig. 12 I have illustrated .a drawing board 'y
adjustably mountedon a modifiedtable that sup
swung about'the axis formed-byV the shaft 44,
ports the typewriterand in this construction Ythe
70 and Vsaid ïsupport may be' shifted into different
inclined 'positions 'and locked after such/'adjust
rnent by tightening winged nut 49 on `the bolt 48.
Positioned directly against the inner edges rof
theshelves I3Üof Yboth cabinets are vertically dis
76 posed .seat Vhangers»comprising ¿straps-50 -on
endsïof-the modified table ZlìaareY extended up 70
wardly to form ears 65ftha't are perforated as
designated by 66 and passing through said per
forations are bolts 61 that .also pass through
aperturesin brackets 68 that are secured to and
depend from the under side of a drawing board
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Except as mentioned above the table 26a
is the same and is mounted in the same manner
as the table 26.
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By providing a plurality of apertures in the
ears 65, the drawing board 69 may be adjusted
vertically for a certain distance and the bolts
6l provide an axis upon which the board may be
tilted to adjust its inclined position.
Thus it will be seen that I have provided a
relatively simple, practical and inexpensive com
bination desk and seat that is particularly appli
cable for the use of persons engaged in reading,
writing, drawing and the like, and the cabinets
that form the sides or arms of the seat being
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and chair may be made and substituted for those
herein shown and described Without departing
from the spirit of the invention, the scope of
which is set forth in the appended claims.
I claim as my invention:
1. A knockdown article of furniture, compris
ing a spaced pair of cabinets provided with in
wardly facing shelves andvstorage compartments,
opposed and vertically disposed seat mounting
hangers removably secured to shelves of each 10
cabinet, a seat removably Aand adjustably secured y
to said hangers between said cabinets, said cabi- Y
nets having the same over-all size and shape to
permit the consolidation thereof into a compact
15 provided with shelves and compartments for the
assembly for convenient storage upon the re_- 15
accommodation of books, writing material and
accessories generally used by the occupant of the
seat.
The table that provides a support for a type
20 writing machine or the like, may be readily
moval of said seat.
swung so as to bring the typewriting machine
into and out of position for use and the occu
pant of the seat between the cabinets may con
veniently reach all of the equipment and acces
25 so-ries that are mounted upon and stored within
the cabinets.
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Thus it will be understood that minor changes
in the size, form and construction of the var
ious parts of my improved combination desk'
2. The structure of claim 1, said hangers each
having a plurality of spaced apertures formed
therein, and said seat having means adapted for
selective seating in said apertures.
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3. The structure of claim 1, said hangers each
having a plurality of spaced apertures formed
therein, and said seat having means adapted for
selective seating in said apertures, and means
connecting the front portions of said cabinets to 25
gether, said means comprising a removable foot
rest.
ARTHUR J. WILKIN.
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