Who is John Standard?


John Standard is an African American inventor who improved the refrigerator on June 14 1891, he also received U.S patent #413,689 on October 29, 1889 for an improved oil stove. In his patent, he declared that his invention relates relates to improvements in refrigerators, and it consists of novel arrangements and combination of the parts. You can find out more information here: inventors.about.com
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John Standard was an African American inventor who hailed from Newark, New Jersey. He is most known for improving and then patenting different items such as the oil stove and the refrigerator.
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