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Boardman & Gray Piano

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WHO BUYS THE We present a few ñames of purchasers of the new Boardman & Gray TJPRIGHT Pianos. J. J. Goodyear, J. M. Swift John Mead, Dr. P. B. Bose Mrs. Judge Cooley, (three in one order) John Moore, Mrs Maggie Stater, Mrs. Spenoe, Mrs. Dr. Dunster, Prof M. E Cooley, Mrs. Dr. Angelí Prof. LD. Wines, C. Schultz, Prof. F. L. York, Wesleyan Guild, DrJGWbbes, Prof. Rositer, G. Oole, Wm. Biggs, Mrs. Fields, P. G. Sukey. Read these solid unpurchased testimoniáis. Cali or write íor testimonial catalogue. Mr. AL VIN WILSET, Dear Sir : We purchased our Boardman and Gray Upright Piano of yon about six years ago. It has never been tuned, ncver been out of order. No piano eould do better. Tours truly, Ann Arbor, Aug. lst, 1889. Torn. E. Nickels. From Prof. Francis L. York, of the Ann Arbor School of Music, and Organist at the Church of Our Father, Detroit, Mich. ALVIN WILSET, Esq., Dear Sir: The Boardman è Gray Upright Piano that I purchased of you five years ago has been in almost constant use, much more so than is usual. It -wears like iron, and stands in tune remarkably, The B. and G. is a very reliable piano. Francis L. York. Ann Arbor, March 7th, '89. The Boardman & Gray stands unrivaled in the essentials of a flrst" ALVIN WIISEY, Agent. 35 SOUTII FOUBTH-ST., Ann Arbor, Mich


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