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July 11952 Silly Putty was trademark registered. A trademark protect words, names, symbols, sounds, or colors that distinguish goods and services. The roar of the MGM lion and the shape of a Coca-Cola bottle are also trademarks.
July 21907 Emil Haefely obtained a patent for a method of wrapping electrical conductors.
July 31979 The phrase Radio City Music Hall was trademark registered.
July 41933 William Coolidge obtained a patent for the X-ray tube, popularly called the Coolidge tube.
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July 51988 The bugs bunny phrase "What's Up Doc?" was trademark registered
July 61904 Patent #764,166 was granted to Albert Gonzales for a railway switch.
July 71989 Warner Brothers copyrighted registered "Batman" a movie based on a popular cartoon character
July 81873 Anna Nichols became the first female patent examiner.
July 91968 US patent #3,392,261 for the "Portable Beam Generator," also known as a hand-held laser ray gun, was granted to inventor, Frederick R. Schollhammer.
July 101847 The rotary printing press was patented by Richard Hoe.
July 111893 HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CIH & CO Compound Extract was trademark registered.
1990 Bill Atkinson, the inventor of HyperCard software, left Apple Computers along with Andy Hertzfeld, co-inventor of the Apple Macintosh, and started a new company called General Magic.
July 121927 "Green Giant" Great Big Tender Peas was trademark registered
July 131836 Patent are now numbered.
July 141885 Sarah Goode became the first black woman to receive a U.S. patent.
July 151975 The Detroit Tigers name is trademark registered.
1985 Aldus PageMaker, the first desktop publishing program, was first shipped for sale to consumers, invented by Paul Brainard.
July 161878 Thaddeus Hyatt was granted a patent for reinforced concrete.
July 171888 Granville Woods received a patent for the "tunnel construction for electric railways."
July 181950 Sobin, Finlay, and Kane were issued a patent for producing terramycin, an antibiotic.
July 191921 The name Breyers Ice Cream was trademark registered
July 201865 The Patent Act of 1865 directed the Commissioner of Patents to turn over patent fees to the Treasury and meet expenses through Congressional appropriations
July 211875 Mark Twain's novel "The Adventure of Tom Sawyer" was copyright registered.
1984 The first robot-related fatality in the United States occurred when a factory robot in Jackson, Michigan, crushed a 34-year-old worker against a safety bar.
July 221873 Louis Pasteur received a patent for the manufacture of beer and treatment of yeast.
July 231906 The song "America the Beautiful" was copyright registered by Katharine Lee Bates.
1872 Jonathan Hoyt patented an improved lamp.
July 241956 A patent for an oral form of the antibiotic Penicillin was granted to Ernst Brandl and Hans Margreiter.
July 251876 Emily Tassey was granted a patent for an apparatus for raising sunken vessels
July 261994 Design patent #349,137 for a toy teddy bear was granted to Josef Gottstein
July 271960 The first episode of "The Andy Griffith Show" was copyright registered.
1921 Canadian scientists Frederick Banting and Charles Best first isolated insulin and within a year, the first human sufferers of diabetes were receiving insulin treatments.