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Eraser Cleaner (Patent No: 353533)

Inventor: Marion, George

Location: Edmonton

Comments: see Edmonton Journal June 18, 1949; Dec 9, 1953; former principal of King Edward School 1916-1949, born Ontario, moved to Alberta 1905; m Elsie Grey, Ponoka 1913, 4 children

Description: WHAT I CLAIM MY INVENTION IS:-

1. An eraser cleaning device comprising a surface formed with a series of protuberances across which an eraser may be drawn, said surface also being formed with an opening beneath each of the protuberances through which material removed from the eraser may pass.
2. An eraser cleaning device comprising a hollow rectangular member having one of its surfaces formed with several series of protuberances, said surface also having a plurality of openings formed therein, and a guide flange along one edge thereof.
3. An eraser cleaning device comprising a hollow rectangular member having its upper surface formed with several series of protuberances and openings therein, each protuberance pying at an angle to the edge thereof and partially overlapping the adjacent protuberances.
4. An eraser cleaning device comprising a hollow rectangular member having its upper surface formed with several series of protuberances and openings therein, each of said series being opposed to the adjacent series.
5. An eraser cleaning device comprising a single sheet of material bent to form a hollow rectangular body, and several series of protuberances punched out of the upper surface.
6. A device according to Claim 5 including a guide flange along one edge of the upper surface.

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