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Photoplayer Census
By David Dewey

Hi all,  Well, there was one restored photoplayer in a private
home in Ashland, Oregon, back in the 1980s.  I've lost track of the
owner, although if prodded, I might be able to locate him.  I believe
it had two side cabinets, but that was a while ago.

A toy train friend of mine in the San Francisco Bay Area has a gutted
photoplayer piano -- no side cabinets, just the main piano, and (if
I recall correctly) no player parts whatsoever in it.  He _might_ be
interested in the early Autopiano parts.  I will have to ask him.

David Dewey

(Message sent Thu 8 Apr 2010, 15:59:12 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

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