n and presented with an elaborate Catalogue of the Exhibition, Horticultural Hall, January 11-26, 1902.
This exhibition was under the auspices of Chickering & Sons, and totalled 1,346 distinct enumerressed his surprise thus, Why, this isn't a piano at all, it's an organ!
But the exhibit card of 1902 still lies inside the old case, Princess Amelia piano.
Here the query arises,—when did it cease t.
No other writer mentions the organizing save the brief mention in the Chickering catalogue of 1902, which assigns a later date than 1817.
Neither Dr. Hale nor Louis Elson, who were speakers at rgan by itself as recommended we cannot say, nor yet whether it was thus usable when exhibited in 1902.
It certainly is not at this present writing, as the keys are almost immovable.
Regarding theote to the man who had charge of the Historical Musical Exhibition, held in Horticultural Hall in 1902, under the auspices of Chickering & Sons, and all that he could tell me of the previous history o