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FS: Tangley CA-43 Calliope in New Hampshire
By Dave Bowers

Hi!  The Malone Wurlitzer 165 came from me, earlier from Mike Roberts
of Lafayette, California (publisher of picture postcards), earlier from
Playland at the Beach owned by the Whitney family who also owned the
Cliff House and Sutro Baths [all of San Francisco].  Lots of nice

I have a Tangley CA-43, original, restored, ex-Clark's Trading Post, 
with its own little wagon.  It's stored in New Hampshire.  I have about
$10,300+ in it and would sell it for that plus some $$ to Tim Westman
in Woodsville, New Hampshire, who can arrange shipping.

All good wishes,
Dave Bowers [delete ".geentroep" to reply]

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