Patent US-1913-04-21 George Raymond Lawrence

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The invention concerns a design for a monoplane, with emphasis on the framework of the main body and on the use of supplementary aeroplane surfaces for stability. Stability and navigability were emphasized as design goals in the foreign filings available to read.


  • Inventor location: 563 W. Quincey Street, Chicago, then 4948 Sheridan, Chicago, Cook County

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Year filed 1913
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Inventors George Raymond Lawrence
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Applicant person George Raymond Lawrence
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English title Airplane, a quite elaborate system and design, military, inclusive of parachute
Tech fields airplane, safety, rescue, equilibrium, stability, wings, parachute, design, parachutes, military, piloting
Filing date 1913-04-21
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