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01 The Telegraph, Binary Code and Music Rolls Joyce Brite
02 Coin-Operated Entertainment in San Francisco Bob Loesch
03 Coin-Operated Entertainment in San Francisco Mark Forer
04 Welte Cottage Orchestrion at Disneyland Allan Merralls
05 Unknown 88-Note Roll Type John Phillips
06 Unknown 88-Note Roll Type Dan Wilson, London
07 Seek Data On Obscure Musical Selections Bill Mintz
08 Spool Frame Alignment Tool Dick van Minnen
09 Spool Frame Alignment Tool Hans van Oost
10 Spool Frame Alignment Tool Dan Wilson, London
11 Warped Keys Tony Marsico
12 Leaks In Ampico A Valves Deane Wiley
13 Modifying An Accordion For Automatic Playing John McClure
14 Mounting Rail for Disklavier Solenoids Larry Broadmoore
15 Pianomation Installation Above the Keys Bernt Damm
16 Lost Motion Adjustment For Playola Keytop Player Phil Dayson
17 QRS Pianomation Installation & Regulation Dan Armstrong
18 FS: Steam Calliope in Washington State Steve Grotenhuis

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