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June 21, 1938.
w. E. 5mm
SHOULDER STRAP SUPPORTER
,F‘iled Nov. 8, 1957
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Patented June 21, 1938
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V. ‘UNITED ‘STATES PATENT‘ OFFICE
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SHOULDER, STRAP» SUPPORTER
.Willa E. Smith, San Diego, Calif.
Application November 8, 1937, Serial 'No. 173,493
10 Claims. (01. 24-43)
This ‘invention relates to‘a shoulder. strap
supporter for holding and supporting the
‘shoulder strap or straps of lingerie and the like
and ‘avoiding the annoyance occasioned by such
straps slipping out of place and off the shoulders
of the‘ wearer.
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Oneof the objects of this invention is to pro
vide a device of this character wherein the means
for'securin'g the device to the garment, is com
10 plete in itself, and the‘necessity‘of utilizing other
means, such as safety pins or the like, for fa°~
tening‘ the device to the garment is obviated.
A further object is to provide a device of this
character wherein no metal parts whatever con
tact with the body of the person using the same.
A further object is to provide a device of this
character wherein‘ a ?nger hold. or pull is‘formed
0n‘ the device itself and‘ the device readily un
fastened‘ so as to release the straps.
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Heretofore the usual practice has been to per
manently‘ attach by stitching or the like, the
device to" the garment or connect the same‘to
the‘g‘arment by means of a safety pin or the like,
both methods being objectionable in “many re
spects.
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‘In the accompanying drawing wherein similar
reference numerals are used to'indicate corre
sponding parts in each of the several views:—
“ Fig. ‘1 is a perspective view showing the device
as applied in use;
Fig. 2 is a view in side elevation of the device
as attached to the garment, the garment being
shown-in section;
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Fig; 3 is a ‘sectional view on the line 3-3 of
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Fig.2:
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Fig. 4 is a‘ plan view of the device as applied;
a Fig. 5‘ is a view‘ in perspective of the device;
Fig. 6 ‘is a plan view of one side of the device;
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13 is formed into a loop It‘: the free end of which
is secured to the body of the tape by means of
the1 member “has at I6.
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Both snap members II and I3 are arranged on
the same side of the strip or tape so that when 5
they are secured together and in use no part of the
map will be in contact with the body of the
‘wearer.
Secured to the tape on each side of the loop I5
is a snap fastener fabric engaging members I1 and 10
I8‘. 1 These two members are on the opposite side
of the tape from snap members II and I3 and
are adapted to receive between them the inturned
portions '|‘9,“of the fabric of the garment 20, just
below the shoulder seam 2|.
The connecting member 22 of the loop portion
I5 ‘may of course be dispensed with and the
fabric engaging snap members H and i8 secured
to the two parts 23 and 24 of the tape and‘ equally
good results attained.
The manner of using this device will be ob
vious from‘th‘e foregoing. The fabric engaging
fastening means I‘! and I8 are snapped over or
through the inturned portions of the garment just
below‘ the shoulder seam and the end of the 25
taper'carrying the snap member II is passed un~
der‘ the shoulder strap and fastened in its co
operating snap member l3. When the device is
to be removed from the garment all that is neces
sary is to‘ take, hold of the tab I2 and by a
slight pull separate the fastening means which
hold" the device to the garment. If the device
isnot to be removed from the garment but sim
ply unfa'stened ‘so that the straps may be re
leased then the snap members I! and I3 ‘are
separated.
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Having thus fully described my invention, what
I‘, ,aimasjnew .and desire to ‘secure by Letters
Patent‘of the United States is:
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Fig. 7 is a plan view of the opposite side.
The" elongated strip or tape H] has secured
thereto one member ‘I l of a snap fastener a short
distance from the free end, the portion of the
tape at this end projecting beyond the snap
fastener member H forming a pull or tab l2,
to be used when the device is opened to permit of
the removal of the straps.
There is also secured to the tape a complemen
tal member l3 of a snap fastener, a short dis
50 tance from the member I I. When the two mem
1. As an‘ article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having one member of a snap. fastener at
tached thereto adjacent one end,‘ the other end
formed into a loop and secured to the strip by a
second snap fastener member, the snap fastener
members cooperating with each other and form
ing a loop through which the shoulder strap
passes, a snap fastener member on each side of
the end loop, cooperating with each‘ other and
adapted to receive between them a portion of the
bers II and I3 are secured together there is , garment for attaching the device to the garment.
formed a loop l4 through which the strap passes
2. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
‘ and by which it is retained in position on the strap supporting device comprising an elongated
shoulder of the wearer.
strip having one member of a snap‘ fastener at
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The end of the tape or strip beyond member tached thereto adjacent one end, the other end
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formed into a loop and secured to the strip by
a second snap fastener member, the snap fasten
er members cooperating with each other and
forming a loop- through which the shoulder strap
passes, both snap fastener members being on the
same side of the strip, a snap fastener member on
each side of the end loop, on the opposite side of
the strip, said last mentioned snap members co
operating with each other to receive between them
10 a portion of the garment for attaching the de
vice to the garment.
3. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having a snap fastener member adjacent
one end, the other end formed into an end loop
and secured to the strip by a second snap fastener
member, the snap fastener members cooperating
with each other and forming a loop through
which the shoulder strap passes, means on each
20 side of said end loop cooperating to receive be
tween them a portion of the garment for attach
ing the device to the garment.
4. As an article of manufacture a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having a snap fastener member adjacent one
end, said end projecting sufficiently beyond said
member to form a ?nger hold, the other end
formed into a loop and secured to the strip by a
second snap fastener member, the snap fastener
30 members cooperating with each other and form
ing a loop through which the shoulder strap
passes, a snap fastener member on each side of
the end loop, cooperating with each other and
adapted to receive between them a portion of the
35 garment for attaching the device to the garment.
5. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having one member of a snap fastener se
cured thereto adjacent one end, spaced apart por
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tions at the opposite end, a complemental mem
ber of a snap fastener secured to the tape at a
point spaced from the ?rst mentioned end, said
snap fastener members when connected forming
a loop through which the shoulder strap passes,
complemental fabric engaging means secured to
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the strip adjacent the free ends of the spaced
apart portions, said last mentioned means when
connected receiving between them a portion of
the garment for attaching the device to the gar
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ment.
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6. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having a snap fastener member adjacent
one end, spaced apart portions at the opposite
end, a complemental snap fastener member se
55 cured to the tape at a point spaced from the
?rst mentioned end, said snap fastener members
when connected forming a loop through which
the shoulder strap passes, a fabric engaging snap
fastener member adjacent the end of each of said
spaced apart portions, said last mentioned mem
bers adapted to receive a portion of the garment
between them for attaching the device to the
garment.
'7. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip having one member of a snap fastener ad
jacent one end, spaced apart portions at the op
posite end, a complemental member of a snap
fastener secured to the tape at a point spaced
from the ?rst mentioned end, said snap fastener
members when connected forming a loop through
which the shoulder strap passes, a fabric engag
ing member of a snap fastener adjacent the end 15
of each of said spaced apart portions on the op
posite side of the tape when connected adapted
to receive a portion of the garment between them
for attaching the device to the garment.
8. As an article of manufacture a shoulder 20
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip, fastening means adjacent one end and a
complemental fastening means at a point spaced
therefrom, said fastening means when connected
forming a loop in the strip through which the 25
shoulder strap passes, complementary fabric en
gaging fastening means adjacent the opposite
end of said strip, spaced apart transversely of
the strip, cooperating to receive between them a
portion of the garment for removably attaching 30
the device to the garment.
9. As an article of manufacture a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip, one end thereof being wider than the other,
members of a complemental fabric engaging fas 35
tening means secured to and spaced apart on the
wider end, said members cooperating with each
other to receive between them a portion of the
garment for removably attaching the device to
the garment, one member of a fastening means 40
secured adjacent the opposite end of said strip
and a complemental fastening means secured to
said strip at a point spaced therefrom, said fas
tening members when connected forming a loop
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through which the shoulder strap passes.
10. As an article of manufacture, a shoulder
strap supporting device comprising an elongated
strip, transversely spaced apart members of a
fabric engaging snap fastening means on said
strip adjacent one end thereof adapted to receive 50
between them a portion of the garment and there
by removably attach the device to the garment,
a member of a snap fastener adjacent the op
posite end, a complemental member of a snap
fastener spaced from said end which when con 55
nected with the fastener member at the end forms
a loop through which the shoulder strap passes.
WILLA E. SMITH.
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