InventHelp Newsletter, March 2004

In this Issue:

  • Michigan House and Senate Resolutions Encourage Intellectual Property Protection
  • Tips For Inventors Exhibiting at a Trade Show
  • InventHelp's Opinion: United States Patent and Trademark Fee Modernization Act of 2003

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InventHelp Newsletter, June 2004

In this Issue:

  • Art Fry, Inventor of the Post-it® Note - "One Man's Mistake Is Another's Inspiration"
  • Prisoners' Inventions: "Thinking Inside the Box"
  • Duct Tape is well known as one of the most versatile forms of tape, but what was its original name?

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InventHelp Newsletter, July 2004

In this Issue:

  • Chester Carlson and the Invention of the Photocopier
  • Contests for Inventors
  • Was Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone inspired by the hearing-impaired?

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InventHelp Newsletter, August 2004

In this Issue:

  • Alfred P. Sloan, Inventor of the Modern Corporation
  • Small Business Administration: Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs)
  • How did Procter and Gamble get Ivory soap to float?

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InventHelp Newsletter, September 2004

In this Issue:

  • Walter Camp: Inventor of Modern American Football
  • Lawns: An American Obsession
  • What was the real innovation behind tupperware?

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InventHelp Newsletter, October 2004

In this Issue:

  • Inventions and the U.S. Presidency
  • Lamberd Brothers Share the Need for Speed
  • Who was the first U.S. President to ride a train?

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InventHelp Newsletter, November 2004

In this Issue:

  • A Turkey Renaissance
  • Celebrating Harvesting Milestones
  • How Long After the Invention of Canned Food was the Can Opener Invented?

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InventHelp Newsletter, December 2004

In this Issue:

  • A.C. Gilbert: "The Man Who Saved Christmas"
  • Famous Toy Inventions
  • InventHelp Celebrates the Season by Giving

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