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June 7, 1938.
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H. STEVENS
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2,120,162
MANIFOLDING AS SEMBLY
Filed Nov.’ 4, 1950
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INVENTOR.
HARRY I STEVE/v5,
BY M,
A TTORNEYS.
Patented June 7, 1938'
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UNITED ‘STATES2,120,162PATENT
OFFICE I
Mamonnme ASSEMBLY
Harry Stevens, Oakland, Calif” assignor, by
mesne assignments, to Paci?c Manifolding
Book ilompany, _Inc., a corporation of Dela
ware
Application‘ November 4, 1930, Serial No. 493,321
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9 Qlaims. - (Cl. 282-22)
This invention relates to improvements in
scription of an illustrative but preferred em
manifolding record devices for making multi
ple copies at a single inscription, and with refer
ence to its more speci?c features, it relates to
improvements ‘in a manifolding assembly of rec
ord and transfer leaves suitable for being placed
in a typewriting or other manifolding machine
and simultaneously inscribed therein.
‘ It is a general object of ‘the invention to pro
H) vide an improved manifolding assembly of the
class mentioned forming a pliable - compound
bodiment of the invention, and will be in part
obvious in connection therewith.
The invention accordingly comprises the fea-'
tures of construction combinations of elements,
and arrangements of‘parts, .which will be vex
empli?ed in the ‘construction hereinafter set
forth and the scope of the application of which
will be indicated in the claims.
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For a more complete understandingv of the 10
nature and objects of the invention, ‘reference
is‘ made to the following detailed description‘
utilization in typewriting or similar writing ma- ' of the preferred embodiment of the invention,
chines in such a manner as to avoid a considerae
and to the accompanying drawing, in which:
ble number of time-consuming operations in the
Figure 1 is a partially diagrammatic perspec
entry of various records,_ such,-for example, as tive view of the improved manifolding assembly,
the entry of bookkeeping records, "making month parts being broken away for clearness of dis
work web or record sheet vcapable 'of convenient
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_ ly or periodical bills and the like.
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closure ,and the several leaves being opened out or
A further object of the invention is to pro- ‘ spread apart somewhat so as to disclose the con
vide an improved manifolding assembly well
struction and arrangement more clearly;
adapted for, bookkeeping or similar record purFig. 2 is a transverse sectional view of the
poses, capable of being inserted as a unit in and 'manifolding assembly of Fig. 1, the leaves being
removed from a Writing or other manifolding' separated to facilitate the disclosure.
machine, and permitting ?exibility and simplicity
Fig. 3 is a view similar to that of Fig. 1, but
of handling and distribution.
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showing a modi?ed embodiment of the inven
According to another feature of the inventio
tion;
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an improved pliable inanifolding assembly is pro
vided having a novel arrangement for supporting
Fig. 4 is a transverse section of the form of '
Fig. 3, and
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and- retaining in manifolding relation in the' ' Fig. 5 is a transverse section similar to Fig. 4
'00 assembly a separate and independent record
but showing an alternative arrangement.
vsheet, and including an auxiliary or retaining
According ,to the embodiment‘ of Figs. 1 and 2,
leaf .carried by one of the record leaves and
which may for certain classes of work be in the
form' of a detachable stub leaf,’ and for other
C2 CA classes it may form a record leaf superposed in
manifolding relation in the-assembly.
A further object of. the invention is to pro
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there is an original record leaf 5 and a duplicate
record leaf 6, these leaves being'ruled as indi
cated at l (as required for the particular trans
actions -or business to be recorded. The forms
shown are for the purpose of recording com
mercial transactions providing statements. and
vide an improved manifolding assembly capable .ledger sheets when all of the entries or postings
of saving a great deal of labor ‘and time in mak
ing entries at different times during a given
have been made.
period, the novel assembly being simple and in
5 and 6 may be of ordinary writing paper of a
weight or thickness suitable for using in mani
expensive and the entries so made as to make up
a plurality of complete‘ unitary records which
may be subsequently distributed to their re
' spective destinations.
Still another object of the invention is to pro
vide- an improved manifoldingassembly of rec
'ord and transfer leaves which is pliable to adapt
it for use in typewriting or other writing ma
"50 chines, and in which a composite transfer leaf
may be reversed after being used so as to bring
fresh parts of the transfer surface into transfer
positions.
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‘Further objects of the invention will be in
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part pointed out in the following detailed de
Both the original and duplicate record leaves
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folding devices such as typewriting machines, and
su?‘lciently light to transfer the inscriptions from
leafrto leaf. In the form shown these two leaves
. are of the same weight and quality of stock and
1 are preferably formed from a single sheet of
paper folded as indicated at 8, so as to bring
the two leaves in overlapping relatively super
posed positions, with the blankforms of the two 50
leaves in registry with each other. If it is de
sired that the leaves 5 and 6 be of different
weight of paper, this. can\be readily accomplished
_by overlapping and pasting together two separate \
leaves'adjacent’ to the fold line 8. Both the
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includes the record leaves 5 and B. This is pref
original and duplicate record leaves have free
edges lying opposite and parallel to the attach
ment fold 8.
erably accomplished by attaching the record leaf
6 to the transfer leaf II by means of an- adhesive
so as to provide a binding stubin which both the
record and transfer sheets are bound. The rec
ord sheet 5 thus functions as a stub sheet or
The paper also is shown as being
. weakened along-line 8 as by a line of perfora
tions 9 whereby the separation of the sheets is
facilitated after ‘all the‘ posting has been done.
leaf. The adhesive is preferably applied in spots
16 arranged in a‘ row along the edge of the record
leaf 6 and between the latter and the adjacent
When these sheets are thus separated, they are
ready for distribution to their destination with
out any further operation thereon.
Although the duplicate record leaf 6 is shown
in Figs. 1 and 2 as being substantially co-exten
sive with the original record leaf 5, it will be
understood as will more fully hereinafter appear
that said leaf 6 may for certain uses be consid
15 erably narrower than original leaf 5. When thus
constructed the leaf 6 will not ordinarily be uti
edge of the carbon sheet II.
the adhesive may form a satisfactory bondwith
the leaf. The adhesive attachment is sufficiently
?rm to retain the leaves in their correct as
sembled position, but on the other hand this at
tachment is light enough to provide for' ready
lized as a record leaf, but it serves as a sup
separation of the leaves after they have been in
scribed; that is the leaves may be pulled apart
by disrupting the adhesive spots which can be 2
accomplished by pulling the two attached leaves
away from each other. It will be understood that
the several record'and transfer leaves may be
assembled and pasted as‘ described, at the fac—
tory. It will also be understood that for some
purposes a light, continuous line of adhesive
may be applied for attaching the record and car
porting and positioning leaf or tab for an addi
tional record leaf such as the ledger leaf N later
20 described. However its attachment, to the orig
inal leaf 5 and its arrangement relatively there—
to may be substantially as above described and it
may also serve as a support for the carbon or
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The carbon or
transfer material at the adjacent edge of the _
sheet H may be removed locally in order that
transfer leaf to which the latter is attached.
In the embodiment of Figs. 1 and 2 there are
also two transfer‘ or carbon leaves I 0 and l I, rela
tively superposed with each other and positioned
bon leaves together, but the spot pasting is pre-i
ferred. Due to the'light character of the adhe
sive attachment, and to the arrangement in spots 30
in manifolding relation with the leaves 5 and 6
between the latter. These two transfer sheets
30 or .leaves are also preferably formed from a single
as described, the surfaces of the record leaves are
left clean and substantially free from soiling or
marring after the leaves have been detached.
The ledger sheet l4 may be inserted at any time
either at the factory or bythe user.
It will be noted that, as shown in Figs. 1 and 2,
the original record leaf 5 may be somewhat'nar
rower than the underlying duplicate record leaf
6, the edge I‘! thereof terminating short of the
adjacent or corresponding edge of the duplicate 40
sheet of paper and are attached together at their
adjacent edges. This attachment, as in the case
of the record leaves 5 and S, is shown as being
formed by a fold II. The fold I2 is shown as be
35 ing disposed within the fold 8 when the transfer
and record leaves are in assembled position, but
the fold l2 maybe otherwise disposed as later
~ described. Both of the transfer sheets are shown
as having carbon or transfer material. l3 only
upon
one side or face thereof, the opposite side
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leaf. This provides for a margin of the ledger
leaf H' extending beyond the edge ll, but it
of each transfer sheet being free of the transfer
material. The transfer faces l3 of both trans
fer sheets, as shown, face in the same direction,
that is: downwardly or rearwardly, so as to trans
fer the inscriptions to the upper adjacent faces
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of the record leaves. The transfer sheets can also
be perforated on the fold line, I! if desired, as
will be understood that the ledger leaf may, if
desired, be made narrower, thus omitting such
extending margin or a part of it. Also the ad 45
jacent edge It of the upper transfer sheet Ill
extends slightly beyond the' edge I‘! of the leaf
5, thus providing a projecting margin l9 of the
transfer leaf which is disposed between the edge
I‘! and the adjacent corresponding edge of the
shown, but this ordinarily will not be required as
will be made ‘clearer later on.
A third record leaf I4 is also utilized having
a blank form I5 thereon which may conform gen
duplicate leaf 6.
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erally to the blank form 1 and be registered with
the latter when the leaf I4 is inserted in mani
folding position. It will be understood, moreover,
The original record leaf 5, the upper transfer
leaf Ill, and the duplicate record leaf 6, thus
terminate at the right edges successively in the
that the forms on all of the leaves may be
55 varied and arranged as desired to accommodate
them to any use or'business. The record leaf
jecting margin l9 provides a guide protruding
order named as viewed in the drawing. This pro
beyond the edge ll of the leaf 5 facilitating the
entry of the ledger sheet into its correct mani
folding position. When it is desired to insert the
ledger sheet into position, the forward edge 60
thereof is slid along the upper projecting surface
I 4, 'as herein shown, forms a ledger leaf. It is
entirely separate and independent of the other
record leaves and of the transfer sheets, so that
60 it may be separately inserted or removed. It will
of the carbon sheet ll until it engages with the > ‘
be seen that the ledger leaf l4 may be inserted
between the adjacent transfer sheets or leaves It
and II with the transfer face l3 of leaf ID in
transfer engagement with the upper face of the
ledger leaf bearing the blank form. In weight
the ledger sheet or leaf may vary from that of the
guiding margin IS. The advancingedge of the
ledger sheet engages the guiding margin in full
view of the operator, entering beneath the mar
gin. The ledger sheet is thus directed into its
correct manifolding position beneath the transferv
original and duplicate leaves 5 and B, being either leaf l0 and there is very little danger that it be
heavier or lighter than the latter, but it will be ' inserted into incorrect position above said trans
su?lciently light so that inscriptions made upon fer leaf.
Since the carbon sheet is attached to the leaf
leaf 5 will be transferred by tranfer leaf II to
duplicate leaf 6.
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5, extending from its attachment therewith over .
As shown in the drawing, the transfer sheet" the severance line 9, and is normally free from '
comprising the transfer sheets or leaves l0 and
II is secured to the record sheet or unit which
the leaf 5, said original leaf 5 is completely de
tached and freed from the transfer sheet and 75
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from the assembly when- leaf 5 is severed along
y the weakened line 9 after an inscription has been
made. Also'it will be observed that the fold of
the transfer sheet is received within the fold 8
of the record sheet which divides the latter to
form the original leaf 5 and the companion or
stub leaf 6. It will be furthermore noted that the
said leaf 6 provides not only a support for the
transfer sheet to which the latter is attached,
10 but also a pliable supporting leaf which functions
as a positioning retainer and support for the free
of three manifolding units. One of these units
is formed by the original and duplicate record
leaves 5 and 6 attached together by the fold 8 at
their adjacent edges. Another unit‘ is formed
by the' two relatively superposed’ transfer leaves
l0 and II similarly attached together by the fold
I2 and attached to the ?rst unit by means of the
line of spot adhesive IS. The third unit is formed
by the separate ledger leaf M.
An important modi?ed embodiment of the in 10
vention is disclosed in Figs. 3 and 4, which is par
ticularly advantageous in the recording of ac
counts not requiring a duplicate record leaf, but
utilizing a separate record sheet corresponding
to the ledger sheet III of the embodiment above
leaf I4 when the latter is placed in active mani
folding position in the fold as shown in Fig. 1.
'It will now be seen that when the several record’
leaves are assembled together with the transfer
sheets in superposed manifolding relation there' described.
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with,- the complete assemblage forms a pliable
-Therefore according to this embodiment there
compound work web orv record sheet which may . is an original record leaf 20 which may be pro
be inserted as a unit in a typewriting or other
writing machine to conform to the platen thereof.
After the inscription is made, this compound work
Web may be removed as a unit from the type-
writer and the assemblage kept intact until it is
again desired to post an entry, whereupon the
writing operations may be repeated.
It will, therefore, be seen that the record and
transfer leaves described may be initially as
sembled at the'factory. to form the compound
work web and stored or transported in this form.
The ledger sheet may be inserted into position
either at the factory or by the user.
vided with an appropriate blank form 2| for re
ceiving the inscriptions. This original record leaf '
may, as in the embodiment already described, be
formed of a sheet of papenof appropriate quality
and weight and folded along the line 22 inter
mediate its edges to form the leaf 20. This fold
line 22 also preferably embodies aI-line of-perfo
rations 23, or the paper is otherwise weakened at
or adjacent to the fold in some well known man
ner in order to facilitate the detachtment of the
original leaf 20 from the remainder of the sheet
after an inscription or series of inscriptions has
When it is ' been completed.
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desired to make an entry upon the compound
web, the latter is inserted into -a typewriting or
This structure may be similar to the previ
ous embodiment, but the additional leaf formed
similar writing machine and the entry posted by folding the sheet of paper‘ along the line 22
thereon. The compound web may be removed is preferably considerably decreased in size as
from the machine and kept intact until it is de
compared with the duplicate leaf 6 above de
sired to make an entry for the particular cus
scribed. This additional or auxiliary leaf as in
tomer. For example, the posting on a compound ' dicated at 24 may extend, but not necessarilyso,
web for a. customerlmay be begun at the ?rst-of throughout the length of the leaf 20, but is pref
40 a month and the web kept intact for a full month erably much narrower than the latter as shown. 40
' during which entries may be posted thereon one
after another at different periods, dependent
upon the course of business withthe individual
customer for whom the web is used. '
At the end of the month the leaves‘ can be
easily separated. In order to do this, the ledger
The principal function of this auxiliary leaf is
to provide a positioning retainer and support ~1
for other leaves of the manifolding assembly; it
is not intended to be used as a record leaf.
In
the form shown this auxiliary supporting leaf
sheet l4 may be removed and ?led in its ap
forms a tab or extension of the original leaf 20
from which it may be‘ readily detached alongthe
propriate binder. The record sheet comprising
original record leaf 5 and duplicate leaf 6 may be
separated from the transfer sheet including the
\weakened line 23 being normally positioned at the
back of leaf 20 and in substantially parallel rela
. transfer leaves l0 and H. ' As these sheets are
Instead _of a double ply transfer sheet as de
scribed above, a single transfer sheet or leaf 25
is provided having carbon or transfer material
only on its under side as indicated at 26, the top
or opposite surface being clean and free of trans
fer material. This transfer sheet may be sub
pulled apart, the spot line of adhesive is readily
severed, thus leaving the surface of the duplicate
leaf 6 substantially clean and free from any
tion with the latter.
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objectionable marring due to the attachment.
The original and duplicate record leaves may
then be severed from each other along the weak ’stantially co-extensive with the originalrecord
enedv line 9. The original statement leaf 5-can leaf 20 underlying the’ latter in manifolding rela
then be forwarded to the customer and the dupli
tion therewith. It may, however, at its free edge
cate statement 6 retained for record.
project as at 21 slightly beyond the adjacent edge 00
‘This arrangement effects a great saving in labor of the record leaf 20. ' The transfer sheet 25 is
and time, as it is unnecessary 'to assemble the also preferably provided intermediate its edges
record and transfer leaves before each posting or with a fold 28 normally received within the fold
entry, or to disassemble them after such entry.
' By virtue of the folding together of the several
record and transfer leaves and of the adhesive
attachment l6 as described, these leaves are
maintained at all tlmes'in ‘correctly assembled
position. The unitary compound web or record
22 of the record sheet and providing an attach
ing extension 29 which may be attached to the
auxiliary leaf or supporting tab 24 in any pre
ferred manner preferably by a line of paste 30
which may beueither continuous or in the form of
spots as above described.
The attachment 3!] '
packet is thus ready at all times to be inserted ~ ~ thus forms a leaf binding st'ub and the auxiliary 70
into the machine for the posting of an‘entry as
the course of business with the particular cus
' tomer requires.
It will be noticed that the compound pliable
record web or packet of Figs. 1 and 2 is “made up
sheet or leaf 24 functions as a stub leaf as in the
embodiment of Fig. 1. Spot pasting, however,
will not ordinarily be required in this embodiment
as the carbon sheet need not\be detached along
this line of attachment. 'I‘ransfenmateri’al on
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, the extension 29 will not ordinarily be required
as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:
\ and is therefore preferably omitted.
1. A pliable manifolding assembly including, in
combination, a record leaf having attached to
As in the prior embodiment, a separate record
leaf 3| is used, this ordinarily being entirely sepa
rate and independent of positive attachment with
one,edge thereof a pliable supporting relatively,
short stub leaf extending inwardly from the at
the rest of the pliable manifolding assembly as
in the prior embodiment. The record leaf 3|
latter to form a record leaf positioning retainer
tached edge of the record leaf and beneath the
and support, and a transfer sheet attached to said
manifoldng assembly and positioned in super
posed manifolding relation with said record leaf.
It is preferably provided with a blank form which
2. A pliable manifolding assembly including, in
may correspond to the blank form 2| with which combination, a record leaf having attached to
it can be arranged in superposed manifolding re
one edge thereof a pliable supporting tab forming
lation. When this ledger leaf 3| is inserted into a record leaf positioning retainer and support,
manifolding position with the original record leaf . a transfer sheet attached along one edge thereof
20, its inner edge is received within the pocket directly to said record leaf and positioned in
or fold formed by the auxiliary supporting leaf or superposed manifolding relation therewith, and a
tab 24, which thus functions as a support and free record leaf received and held by said tab in
positioned retainer for the_ledger leaf, holding manifolding relation with said ?rst mentioned
said leaf in correct superposed registry with the
and with said transfer sheet.
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original leaf during manifold inscription. It will leaf
3. A pliable manifolding assembly including in
be understood that the ledger leaf is inserted combination, a record leaf having attached at one
beneath the transfer sheet 25 and when all of edge thereof by a weakened fold line a pliable
the leaves are thus assembled a pliable composite supporting tab forming a record leaf positioning
manifolding assembly is provided which may be retainer and support and a transfer sheet having -_
25 inserted into a typewriter or other recording ma—
light readily detachable paste attachment along
chine. The inscription may then be made in the an edge thereof directly to said record leaf ad
ordinary manner upon the leaf 20 and is dupli
jacent to said weakened fold line, and being posi
may be utilized as a ledger sheet in the same
manner as the ledger sheet H above described.
cated upon the ledger leaf.
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After inscription the original record leaf 20 can
30 be readily severed from the rest of the assembly
along the line 22. Since the transfer sheet is
attached to the auxiliary sheet 24 beyond the line
23, it will be completely detached from the orig
inal 20 when the latter is severed as described.
The transfer sheet 25 together with the attached
auxiliary leaf 24 may then be discarded. ‘How
-ever, as shown in Fig. 3, the fold line 28 of the
transfer sheet 25 may be weakened or perforated
similarly to the fold line 22 so as to provide for
easy detachment of the transfer leaf from its
binding stub. It will be understood that this
manifolding assembly may be used for recording.
a series of transactions at different dates and
tioned in superposed manifolding relationv with
said record leaf.
4. A pliable manifolding assembly including,
‘in combination, original and duplicate record '
leaves relatively superposed and attached to‘
gether along adjacent edges, tr'ansfer leaves at
tached together and relatively superposed with
each other and with said record leaves and posi-v
tioned, between the latter, the attachments be
tween the record leaves and between the trans
fer leaves being provided by folds and the fold
of the transfer leaves being received in the fold 40
of the record leaves, the edges of said record
and transfer leaves opposite to said attachments
being free, the free ‘edge of the original record
leaf being positioned short ofv the correspond
ing edge of the duplicate record leaf, and the free 45
already
described
above
‘in
connection
with
the'
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edge of the transfer leaf being extended beyond
embodiment of Figs. 1 and 2.
The embodiment of the invention shown in Fig. the adjacent free edge-of the overlying original
record leaf.
5 is similar to that of Figs. 3 and 4, and corre
5. A unitary, independent, pliable manifolding
sponding parts are indicated by the same refer
assembly
including, in combination, original and 50
ence characters with the addition of the index a.
used for keeping records in the same manner as
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In this case, however, the transfer sheet 250. is at ' copy record leaves relatively superposed and hav
tached as by a line of paste "a directly to the ing attachment with each other along adjacent
inner surface of the original record leaf 20a ad
jacent thefold line 22a. This attachment 30a
may be in the form of a light line of paste or it
may be a series of paste spots, the attachment
being light enough to permit of easy separation
along this line of the leaves 20a and 2511‘ after
all the inscriptions have been made.~ Otherwise
the construction and use of this form of the in
vention is the same as above described.
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edges, transfer leaves having attachment with
each other and relatively superposed with each
other and with said record leaves and positioned
between the latter, the attachments between
the record leaves and between the transfer leaves
being provided by folds and the -fold of the trans
fer leaves being received in the fold of the rec
ord leaves, the edges of said record and transfer
leaves opposite to said attachments being free,
Since certain of the subject matter included in the free edge of the original record leaf being
this. application is disclosed in the inventor’s prior positioned short of the corresponding edge of the
' application Serial No. 446,249, filed April 22, 1,930 ' .copy record leaf, and the free edge of the trans
for Manifolding packet, the present application is - fer leaf being extended beyond the adjacent free ‘'
a continuation in part of the earlier application. edge of the overlying original record leaf but
Since certain changes may be made in the
above construction and different embodiments of
the" invention couldbe made without departing
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from the scope thereof, it is intended that all
matter contained in the above description or
shown in the accompanying drawing shall be inf
terpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting
sense.
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Having described my invention, what I claim
terminating short of the adjacent edge of the
underlying leaf.
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6. A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, original and copy record leaves rela
tively superposed and attached together along
adjacent edges, transfer leaves attached together .
along adjacent edges and relatively superposed
with each other and with said record leaves and
positioned in- manifolding relation between the
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latter, the attachments between said record
leaves and between said transfer leaves being
formed by folds, said attaching-fold of the trans
fer leaves lying Within the attaching fold of the
tween the attached edges of the record leaves,
light detachable attachments between adjacent ’ '
marginal portions of the record and transfer
leaves for holding said leaves together in the
assembly, the edges of said record and transfer
of said transfer leaves having free edges opposite. leaves
opposite to said ?rst mentioned attach
to said attaching folds, a separate free record ments being-free,
the free edge of the original
leaf positioned between and in manifolding re-' leaf being positioned
short of the correspond
lation with said transfer leaves, said free edges ing edge of the copy record leaf, and the free
10 lying‘ inwardly of the corresponding edge of said
edge of the transfer leaf being extended beyond
copy record leaf, and said free edge‘ of said the adjacent free edge of the overlying original 10
transfer‘ sheet extending beyond the adjacent record leaf but terminating short of the adja
free edge of the original leaf providing an enter-r cent edge of the underlying leaf.
ing guide for‘ said free record leaf, said original
9. A manifolding assembly including, in com
1-5 and copy and free record leaves being thus. as
bination, original and copy record leaves rela 15'
sembled in manifolding relation with said trans
tively superposed and attached together along
fer leaves to form a unitary, independent pliable adjacent
edges, transfer leaves attached together
compound manifolding sheet adapted for inser
along
adjacent
edges and relatively superposed
tion in writing position in a writing or like ma
with each other and with said record leaves and
chine.'
7. A pliable compound manifolding assembly positioned in manifolding relation between the 20
the attachments between said record
including, in combination, a record sheet folded latter,
to provide relatively superposed original and copy leaves and between said transfer leaves being
formed by folds, said attaching fold of the trans
record leaves, a transfer sheet folded to provide fer leaves lying within the attaching fold of the
relatively superposed transfer leaves, the fold of
record leaves, light detachable attachments be 25
the transfer sheet being received within‘ the fold tween
adjacent marginal portions of the record
of the record sheet, adjacent edges of said record
and transfer leaves remote from said folds, said
and transfer sheet being attached together by original
record leaf and one of said transfer leaves
light detachable adhesive, the edge of the original having .free
edges opposite to said attaching
30 record leaf being positioned short of the corre
sponding edge of the copy leaf, and the edge of folds, a separate free record leaf positioned be 30
tween and in manifolding relation with said
the transfer leaf next to the original record leaf transfer
leaves, said free edges lying inwardly
extending beyond the edge of the latter, but ter
minating short of the adjacent attached edge of of the corresponding edge of said copy record
leaf, and said free edge of said transfer sheet ex
the other transfer leaf.
tending beyond the adjacent free edge of the 35
8. A unitary, independent, pliable manifold
original
leaf providing an entering guide for said
ing assembly including, in combination, original
and copy record leaves relatively superposed and free record leaf, said original and copy and free
record leaves being thus assembled in manifold
having attachment with each other along adja
40 cent edges, transfer leaves having attachment ing relation with said transfer leaves to form a
unitary independent pliable compound manifold 40
with each other and relatively superposed with ing
sheet adapted for insertion in writing poai~
each other and with said record leaves and posi
tion
in a writing or like machine.
tioned between the latter, the attachments be
record leaves,‘ said original record leaf and one
tween the transfer leaves being positioned be
' HARRY STEVENS.
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