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BA EPH Patents
A United States patent issued to William C. Blades on May 24, 1892 for his "Base-Ball Apparatus." The patent number is 475,432. The text describes the invention as an object intended to help relieve stress put on the right arm, especially by pitchers. The patent includes a drawings of the apparatus and what it would look like on a baseball player. Pieces of the object are labelled with letters that correspond to the text on the first two pages. The patent application was filed January 28, 1892.
Blades, William C.
Baseball--Equipment and supplies
7.75 x 11.25 in.
Box 1, Folder 15
Aisle 10, Range A, Shelf 5
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