The history of hanger

The hanger was invented by a worker named Albert Parkhouse. At that time, he was a blacksmith who made a lampshade by a wire and small handicraft company in Michigan, USA. One day he was angrily surprised that the coat hook of the factory cloakroom had been fully occupied. He took out a piece of wire and bent it into a coat. The shape of the shoulder is added with a hook on it. This invention was patented and patented by his boss, which is the origin of the hanger.