WINNING INDEPENDENCE. An Illustrated Address, Describing the "Parlor Profession" Niles Bryant, 1868 - 1946.

WINNING INDEPENDENCE. An Illustrated Address, Describing the "Parlor Profession".

Battle Creek, Michigan: "The Pioneer School". Printed by the Gage Printing Co., (n. d.). 1st printing. 25, [1 (blank)] pp. Illustrated with 17 b/w photographic-style images, on 11 inserted plates. One full color. 8vo. 9-3/4" x 6-3/4". Embossed white paper covers, stab sewn. Yapp edges. Some wear, soiling & staining. Very Good. Item #39767

Bryant the President & Founder of the Niles Bryant School of Piano Tuning, and enjoys some recognition in the music world for his 1906 publication, Tuning, Care and Repair of Reed and Pipe Organs, which was reissued in 1968 by Vestal Press.

"Through the profession of piano tuning, I offer you indestructible resources, good fortune and permanent independence." So Bryant opens this publication, which is a promotional piece for the profession of piano tuning, and even more specifically, the advantages of attending his school to learn the profession, as well as to puff his invention, "The Tune-a-Phone".

Not located on OCLC, nor found in the NUC.

Rare.

Price: $175.00

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