Invention Of Toilet Paper Joseph Gayetty

Invention Of Toilet Paper Joseph Gayetty

Massachusetts – d.__ ) was an American inventor credited with the invention of commercial toilet paper. It was the first and remained only one of the few commercial toilet papers from 1857 to 1890 remaining in common use until the invention of splinter-free toilet paper in 1935 by the Northern Tissue Company.
After centuries of using water, rags, sticks, sand, leaves, corncobs, animal furs, finally American inventor Joseph Gayetty came to his invention – commercial toilet paper! Gayetty was born in Massachusetts USA, and worked in New York where he came to idea of toilet paper in 1857.
Gayetty named it “Gayetty's Medicated Paper.” Joseph Gayetty printed his name on every sheet. Unfortunately, this invention failed. Thomas Seymour, Edward .
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Joseph Gayetty invented toilet paper in 1857. His new toilet paper was composed of flat sheets. Before Gayetty's invention, people tore pages out of mail order .
Really a Capital Production! The celebrity of Gayett's Medicated Paper for the water-closet is rapidly being extended throughout the United States. It is one of the .

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