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Wurlitzer 165 & Geb. Bruder Organ Similarities
By John Rutoskey

I have been informed that the Wurlitzer 165 in the Sanfilippo
collection shows no evidence of being built by Bruder.  It is,
however, the oldest known Wurlitzer 165.  A full description is
featured the forthcoming book by Art Reblitz, who has examined
the organ extensively and came to this conclusion.

John Rutoskey

(Message sent Thu 25 May 2000, 17:59:34 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  165, Bruder, Geb, Organ, Similarities, Wurlitzer

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