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March 29, 1938.
R. FISHER
2,112,456
COMMUNICATION MEANS
‘ Filed Jan.- 16, 1936
I
2,112,456‘
Patented Mar. 29, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,112,456
COMMUNICATION IWEAN S
Ralph Fisher, New York, N. Y., assignor to Speed
Systems Corporation, New York, N. Y., a cor
poration of New York
Application January 16, 1936, Serial No. 59,338
2 Claims. (Cl. 282——-27)
The invention relates to improvements in com
munication means which is of simple construc
tion and highly ef?cient in use.
tion M when a carbon paper is inserted between
them. The lower portion of the sheet H is
appropriately designated to receive the flap I6
Another object of the invention is the provi
5 sion of an arrangement of the character indi
pasted thereon by the gummed strip I8 as indi
cated in Fig. 4. As shown, each of the sheet
cated, essentially adapted for use in intercom
portions l4, l5, I6, l9, and 20 are supplied with
munication between o?icials or employee of the
same company, which is of simple construction
and highly efficient in use.
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Other objects will appear hereinafter.
The invention will be best understood by ref
erence to the accompanying drawing forming a
part of the speci?cation and in which
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a tablet of
15 communication sheets embodying the invention
and arranged in tablet form for convenience of
use;
Fig. 2, a perspective view of one of the original
letter sheets and its associated copy sheet shown
20 detached.
Fig. 3, a perspective view of one of the origi
nal letter sheets shown detached and from which
the reply ?ap has been detached and shown in
slightly separated relation; and
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Fig. 4, a perspective view of one of the copy
sheets shown detached and with the reply ?ap
detached from the original letter sheet attached
thereto.
The embodiment of the invention illustrated
30 in the drawing comprises a tablet made up of
the identifying mark 1500 to show that they all
relate to the same subject matter.
In use, a carbon sheet is interposed between
the uppermost sheet W of the pad and the un- 10
derlying sheet H thereof. Then a letter, nota~
tion or memorandum is written on the portion
H! with a pencil or other appliance adapted to
transfer an impression copy thereof onto the
underlying portion 59 of the copy sheet H. The 15
original letter sheet I!) is then detached from
the pad along the line l2 and sent to the desired
designation, desk or individual. The recipient
then places a carbon under the ?ap l6 and writes
the reply with pencil or other appliance, thereby 20
impressing a copy thereof on the underlying por
tion I5 of the original letter sheet l0 and where
by a copy of the reply is directly associated with
the original letter, notation or memorandum
on the same sheet.
The reply ?ap Iii is then .
detached from the original letter sheet and
returned to the original writer who, by means
of the gummed strip l8, attaches the same to
overlie the portion 20 of the corresponding copy
sheet II which is then detached and ?led, there- 30
alternating original letter sheets I0 and inter
by preserving the copy of the original letter,
posed copy sheets I! bound together as indicated
in tablet form and arranged to be readily sep
notation or memorandum in conjunction with
the reply on the same sheet. Each time a letter,
notation or memorandum and reply thereto are
transmitted, they are taken care of and ?led 35
in the same manner. By this arrangement I
thus provide a means of communication in which
arated therefrom by lines of perforations I2 and
35 53 respectively.
.
The original letter sheet I0 comprises an upper
portion M appropriately designated as an origi
nal letter sheet and bearing the identifying num
ber “1500” as best indicated in Figs. 2 and 3.
4.0 The lower portion of the said sheet is appro
priately designated to receive an impression copy
of the reply to the letter, notation or memoran—
dum incorporated on the upper portion I4 of
the sheet.
A flap I6 appropriately designated
45 for a reply is detachably and foldably connected
with the lower edge of the reply-copy portion
l5 by a line of perforations ll, and theupper
rear edge of the flap I6 is provided with a
gummed strip If! as indicated.
50
The copy sheets II are arranged in the pad
to alternate with the sheets I!) as best shown
in Fig. 1. Each of the sheets I I is provided with
an upper portion l9 appropriately designated to
receive an impression copy of the letter, nota
65 tion or memorandum on the original sheet por
both the writer and the recipient may readily
and conveniently preserve the original commu
nication and the reply thereto in proper asso- 40
ciation with the copies thereof on the same sheet;
in which all bear the same identifying mark;
and in which only the original form sent out by
the originator is employed.
The speci?c form
and arrangement of parts is a simple and effec- 45
tive one for the purpose.
While I have illustrated and described the
preferred form of construction for carrying the
invention into effect, this is capable of variation
and modi?cation without departing from the 50
spirit of the invention. I therefore do not wish
to be limited to the precise details disclosed, but
desire to avail myself of such variations and
modi?cations as fall within the scope of the
appended claims.
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2,112,456
and another portion blank and appropriately
I claim:
1. Communication means comprising a letter
sheet having one portion blank and appropriate
designated to receive a copy of the reply; a de
tachable reply flap at an edge of said sheet and
ly designated to receive an original communica
tion and another portion blank and appropri
ately designated to receive a copy of the reply;
poses, said ?ap having a blank portion on its
reverse side appropriately designated for a re
a detachable reply ?ap at an edge of said sheet
ply; and an associated copy sheet having one
and foldable thereover for impression copying
portion blank and arranged and appropriately
designated to receive an impression copy of the
original communication and another portion ar
purposes, said ?ap having a blank portion on
10 its reverse side appropriately designated for a
reply; and means for attaching said flap to an
other sheet.
2. Communication means comprising a letter
sheet having one portion blank and appropriately
designated to receive an original communication
foldable thereover for impression copying pur
ranged and appropriately designated for attach
ing the reply ?ap thereto, the reverse side of the
reply designated side of said reply ?ap being
gummed for attachment thereto.
RALPH FISHER.
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