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TitleMartin, Snyder & Co.
Alternate TitleW. H. Bush & Co.
DescriptionAdvertising card for Martin, Snyder & Co. showing a mandolin in front of a paper with sketch of a country scene. Front of card is stamped: "Martin Snyder & Co., Western Representatives for Kranich & Bach Pianos. Tuning and Repairing." Back of card has image of piano and says: "Bush & Gerts' Pianos. If you want in your house the very best Piano you can purchase, and that will last you a lifetime and give you no trouble or vexation, (as many pianos do) purchase one of the celebrated Bush & Gerts' Pianos, and your friends will do likewise. They can be seen at our warerooms: 243 & 245 E. Chicago Avenue, W. H. Bush & Co." Address given on front of card:
1016 and 1018 Walnut Street,
Tel. No. 2338
Kansas City, Mo.
ProductBush & Gerts Pianos
Subject(s)Advertising cards
Musical instrument industry
Pianos
Mandolins
Local Subject(s)Martin, Snyder and Company
Dateca. 1890-1896
Item TypeAdvertising Card
Dimensions9 x 14 cm.
CollectionAdvertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
LocationSC3, Box 2, Pianos/Organs/Music
BarcodeFront: 10019773; Back: 10019776
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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