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NOV. 8, 1938. c‘ D_ CARTER 2,136,179 RACK Filed Nov. 28, 1957 Z/ /6 A9 50 * — J 3mm UMP/55BI01722711 3% ‘9 Mg 2,136,179 F‘atented Nov. 8, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,136,179 RACK Charles D‘. Carter, Fremont, Ohio Application November 26, 1937, Serial No. 176,493 1 Claim. (Cl. 211-99) This invention relates to apparel holders. This invention has utility when incorporated in garment or skirt hangers with subordinate bracket means, especially as a pull-out and push 5 in unit. the arm I4. As glue assembled, this wood rack unit, press-?tted, thereby provides adjacent the arm l4 clearance way 21, into which trouser bot tom portion 28 may be pulled through for sliding trouser legs, as adjacent along narrow slot 29, Referring to the drawing: Fig. l is a side elevation, with parts broken for suspended holding thereof. Likewise, other away, of an embodiment of the invention as band pulled through the clearance opening 21 and the adjacent portion slid along the way 28, thereby to suspend the garments in position to mounted on the wall, say of a closet, and in posi 10 tion to handle trousers and belts; Fig. 2 is a section on the line 11-11, Fig. 1, showing the link connection to the rack from the supporting member; Fig. 3 is a view similar to Fig. l with the rack 15 in collapsed or depending position as against the set-up or projecting position in Fig. 1; Fig. 4 is a plan view of the rack as projected or looking down on Fig. 1, with apparel articles removed and parts being broken away; and Fig. 5 is an enlarged view in section on the line 20 V--V, Fig. 2. Mounted on closet wall or other building struc ture portion I by screws 2 is supporting member 3 having terminally thereinto holes 4 to be inter sected by lateral openings 5 toward the back 2 or wall side thereof. By insertion of nut 6 in this port or opening 5 to register with the open ing 4, J-shaped rod 1 may have its longer leg 8 inserted in the opening 4 to have threaded termi 30 nus 9 engaged by the nut 6 in adjusted anchor ing of this J-member to have its cross-portion l0 serve as a link with its short leg II to enter grommet l2, press-?tted in opening l3 of rec tangular rack side member l4, having extension 35 l5 as a short leg therefrom to abut under the member 3 in projected position of this rack as held by the link Hi. This rack having short side articles of apparel, say skirts, may have the waist hold their shape; and as a plurality of these gar ments are in position, with the forward rail lifted and pulled upward to have the rear arm por tions [5 clear the member 11, the rack may then be collapsed or in downwardly inclined position, 15 thereby to have the garments repose against each other with their weight applying to hold them in pressed form. The intermediate spacings of these intermedi ate holding arms 24 provide the ways. Termi 20 nally there may be departure therefrom as at way 30 adjacent the arm l8, thereby providing space for holding other articles of apparel, for instance belt 3| with belt buckle 32 projecting above to rest on the rack or frame. Neck wear also may 25 be carried by the rack. The disclosure herein as an apparel mounting and holder is substantial for positioning a group of articles of apparel and having such readily accessible for insertion or removal as the rack is 30 in projected position, and as dropped is a com pact holding position for the articles as in stor age or to be kept for other attention. This set up is accordingly one not only adapted for home use but for merchandising purposes, and the extent of, dimension may be adapted to the re quirements sought to be served. In its set-up arm l5 and longer side arm I6 is thus a lever hav as a selected wood and so ?nished, it is an attrac ing the fulcrum at the grommet l2 with the short tive article of minor furniture and accessory arm l5 engaging under the member 3, while the load is out along the arm I6. This rack has from the side arm l5 and to abut under the member 3 a spacing member I‘! adapted as a household convenience. parallel to spacing member H! at the free outer 45 end thereof. These spacing members [1, l8, have terminal tenons I5 press-?tted between forks 20 of the side arm II in producing this wood rack of rectangular form. Similar to the side member II as to its link assembly and mounting with the spacing mem bers l'l, I8, is companion side member 2|. This side member has countersunk portions 22 to re ceive, as press-?tted therein, broadened termini 23 of intermediate holder arms 24 having re mote from this side arm 2| reduced portions 25 to terminally enter countersink portions 26 in ~10 What is claimed and it is desired to secure by Letters Patent is: A rectangular frame including a pair of par allel rigid arms, one having broadened counter sunk seats and the other aligned smaller seats, 115 ?at arms each press-?tted into a pair of opposed seats to form a rack, a mounting member for attachment to a wall or the like, and J-shaped links independently swingably connected with the member and the frame adjacent the member 50 whereby to dispose the frame in horizontal posi tion with its inner end abutting the under side of the member or in substantially vertical position with the said inner end of the frame disengaged from said under side of the mounting member. CHARLES D. CARTER.