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01 Band Organ Rally in Ocean Shores, Washington Norm Gibson
02 Mechanical Music Museums in Washington, D.C. Matthew Caulfield
03 Votey's Push-Up Pianola Prototype at Smithsonian Dan Wilson, London
04 Antique Store Prices Bill Hoot
05 Artcraft Newsletter #3 is Ready Douglas Henderson
06 Leaving MMD Andy LaTorre
07 Recordings of Conlon Nancarrow Compositions Walter Tenten
08 Recordings of Conlon Nancarrow Compositions Dennis Mead
09 Recordings of Conlon Nancarrow Compositions John Phillips
10 Lauter-Humana Quality & Manufacture Dates John A. Tuttle
11 Lauter Piano with Staib-Abendschein Piano Action Al Pebworth
12 Lauter-Humana Air Motor Pouch Rebuilding Tools John A. Tuttle
13 Player Manufacturers and Player Actions Installed John A. Tuttle
14 Hot Glue & Brush Management Jon Page
15 Seek Wurlitzer Electronic Organ Resources Jason Opitz
16 Edison Phonograph Stylus Replacement Tom Newsome

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