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Restore North America's Carousel Organs
By Tony Pignaloni

I think preservation groups should buy the organs, then restore them
and lease them back to the parks.  The lease can cover semi-annual
maintenance costs and well as some individual to be on staff if needed,
to tend to the organ on a daily basis.  The stipulation being that the
restoration group maintains the organs, or trains a park staff member
for day-to-day operations and the restoration group performs tuning and
annual maintenance.

This may get some attention at the parks, rather than volunteers working
on the organs.

Tony Pignaloni


(Message sent Mon 27 Dec 2010, 02:05:04 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  America's, Carousel, North, Organs, Restore

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