Stanford White’s Musical Instrument Treasures

My latest PDF article is something a little different (and not actually harp guitar-specific). I had vague recollections of Stanford White, but never knew he collected musical instruments. My interest was further piqued when I discovered random connections to other collections I’m familiar with, along with his various instruments that I also research. After a chance occurrence two years ago, I consequently started to explore this story in my off-off hours. Well, I’ve put it together as much as I could and had a lot of fun nerding out with it, so here you go. I’m sure this’ll be new to nearly all of you. Anyone who spots something they’ve seen in a current museum or collection, please let me know!

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  1. randall sprinkle Says:

    Thanks Gregg

  2. Ed Says:

    Some people have all the fun. Keep it up.

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