We are building a Conoco museum which started out as Marland Oil, then Standard Oil Company by E.W. Marland. Contact The city of Ponca City, OK and ask somebody about who is in charge of the research or you can contact the Oklahoma Historical Society.
I found that this website www.uspto.gov/patents/index.jsp is the best for information on patents. It tells you the ins and outs on getting a patent and helps you through the process. It provides links to various patents and also has a downloadable and printable guide to patents.
The internet is a great way to research information about US patents. One of the best places to research is the United States Patents and Trademark Office.
Yes. You can find many patents online with the name of the inventor. There are also websites that specialize in patents and have a great deal of information on patents.
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Further, the Patent Office publishes not only a list of issued patents but also various other information concerning patents as well as records of assignments of patents
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Patents are searchable on Google at the link below. If you have the patent numbers, that's the quickest way to search.
You can search for information on patents by simply usng the Google patent search at www.google.com/patents.
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Gif is an generally an open standard, the only patent issues are related to the compression algorithms if they are used. In the meantime these patents also expired.
99,220, including utility patents, plant patents, design patents, and reissues.
The USPTO granted a total of 247,727 patents from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011, including Reissue Patents, Plant Patents, Design Patents, and Utility Patents.