By Susan Casey
Those inspiring tales of ladies inventors take the reader in the course of the means of inventing—from arising with an idea to having it synthetic and offered.
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Anna Corey Baldwin, the wife of a dairy farmer in New Jersey, received four dairy-related patents in the 1860s and 1870s, including one for cooling milk quickly and one for gloves that promised to help speed up the milking of the cows. In 1887 Hannah Harger of Manchester, Iowa, worried about all the flies that were bothering her babies, invented and gained a patent for the screen door. In 1892, Sarah Boone, an African American woman of New Haven, Connecticut, designed an ironing board that made it easier to iron the sleeves of ladies’ garments and mens’ coats.
Innovation is a type of invention. It is new because it improves the old version. It is still useful. That makes an innovation an invention. One product had an innovation before it was ever sold in the stores. That product was Bounce, the antistatic tissue for the dryer. It was invented by a California chemist named Conrad Gaiser. He and his wife, Audrey, lived in Long Beach on the third floor of an apartment building. Conrad noticed her trying to determine when to go down to the first floor laundry room to add the liquid softener to the wash.
Write to Covermark, 202C LaSalle Avenue, Hasbrouch, New Jersey 07604. ) So Lillian Russell, an actress, and Lydia O’Leary, a saleswoman, became inventors even though they had other careers. That happened to Barbara Thompson, too. When Barbara Thompson was growing up in Panama City, Florida, she played marathon Monopoly games with her brother and sister. “They thought I was bossy,” she said. She thought she was a girl with a mind of her own. “When my parents would tell me to clean the yard one way, I’d clean the yard but do it another way.
Women Invent!. Two Centuries of Discoveries That Have Shaped Our World by Susan Casey