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@d- 29, 1946- M; G. sTAcKHousE . BABY PLAY PEN 2,410,368 ' Filed Feb. 21, 1945 INVENTOR. Patented 0a. 29, 1946 ' , 2,410,368 UNITED 8TATE§ AENT OFFICE 2,410,368 BABY PLAY PEN Milroy G. Stackhouse, Homewood, Ala. Application February 21, 1945, Serial No. 578,988 1 Claim. 1 ((15-93) 2 This invention relates to a piece of furniture generally known as baby play pen, and has for its main objects to provide such a pen that will on cross pieces with cleats 2| or any other suit be attractive, durable and highly satisfactory for the purpose intended. The regular type of baby out any ?oor when it is used on a lawn with short soft grass often the case. The corners and joined and held by hinges l6 and supported able support; also the :pen may be set up with play pen now in general use has square corners are provided with bevel slots ill to accommodate that are objectionable because sometimes a small the ?oor boards. Aregular type foot roller I2 is child is injured by falling into or upon a square attached to each corner. The non-use shape of corner. The present invention is provided with the round corner member is shown by the dotted a novel type of round corners, and is foldable 10 lines So. so that it will be in better shape for moving The pen may be vmade of any material best around the home or for traveling. suited for the purpose but I prefer to use Wood Other advantages and objects will appear from with the necessary metal attachments or fasten the description. ers. Also the pen may be made oblong or square By referring to the drawing, part of this ap or entirely round. ' plication, it will be observed that Fig. 1 is a plan While I have shown and described the pre view of the assembled pen; Fig. 2 is an end eleva ferred embodiment of my invention, I do not Wish tional view; Fig. 3 is a side elevational view; Fig. 4 is a detail view of a top joint on line 4-4 to limit same to the exact and precise details of Fig. 2; Fig. 5 is a detail view of a joint on 20 of structure, but reserve the right to make all line 5—5 of Fig. '1; Fig. 6 is an enlarged View modi?cations and changes so long as I remain of top rail round ‘corner showing set for use, and within the spirit and scope of the following open or straight for folding or packing, on 6-45 claim. of Fig. 3; Fig. 7 is a detail view of bottom rail Having described my invention I claim: at corner on line 1-1 of Fig. 1. 25 A baby play pen comprising a top rail in a Similar reference numerals refer to similar plurality of sections with posts and panel slots parts throughout the several views. ' therein, a bottom rail in a plurality of sections Again referring to the drawing in detail it with posts and panel slots therein, each corner will be seen that the top rail is made in four portion of said sections being substantially shaped 30 sections l, 2, 3 and ‘3, and the bottom rail is as a quarter circle and made up of segments held also made in four sections 5, 6, ‘l and 8. The together by a piece of ?exible material attached top and bottom rails are joined to vertical posts to their outer faces; posts with tongue ends 9 positioned in the four corners by tongue and adapted to ?t'into said rail slots, panels with slot means, and also vertical panels M with tongue ends adapted to ?t into slots in said tongue ends l9 adapted to ?t into grooves in the rail-sections, said posts and panels serving as top and bottom rails. The top and bottom rail means to hold said top and bottom rail-sections corners are provided with tongue and groove in parallel position together; dowel joints and curved pieces attached to a ?exible member II hooks adapted to hold the abutting ends of said that may be leather or any other ?exible ma rail-sections together; a floor having a plurality terial suitable for the purpose. The straight 40 of boards hinged together, said floor supported by portions have dowel joints 22 with ‘hooks l3 cross members positioned within the bottom as adapted to hold the joint shoulders 20 together. . The floor is made in sections or boards I5, I6, I‘! sembled rail. ' ' MILROY G. STACKHOUSE.