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Dale Seeback Plays The New Organ At His Mother's Music School, September 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Dale Seeback Plays The New Organ At His Mother's Music School, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1948
Caption
Trying out the new electronic organ for Ann Arbor's first private organ studio, at the Junior Music School, 217 S. Fifth Ave., is youthful organist Dale Seeback, 10. His mother, Mrs. Geraldine Seeback, director of the school, and a brother, Terry, 8, watch the experiment. The studio is scheduled to open Monday.

A little needling goes a long way

A little needling goes a long way image
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Geraldine Seeback's Music Studio - The Harmony Room, December 1956

Geraldine Seeback's Music Studio - The Harmony Room, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 29, 1956
Caption
READY TO OPEN: Geraldine Seeback's music studio will open Jan. 3 in its new location on the second floor of the building at 121 E. Liberty St. at S. Fourth Ave. Completely remodeled, the studio consists of four rooms - the Harmony Room for recitals, the Organ Room, a piano studio and a children's classroom. Mrs. Seeback, who has taught piano for over 30 years, formerly operated out of her apartment building at 320 E. Washington St.

Geraldine Seeback's Music Studio - The Organ Room, December 1956

Geraldine Seeback's Music Studio - The Organ Room, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 29, 1956
Caption
READY TO OPEN: Geraldine Seeback's music studio will open Jan. 3 in its new location on the second floor of the building at 121 E. Liberty St. at S. Fourth Ave. Completely remodeled, the studio consists of four rooms - the Harmony Room for recitals, the Organ Room, a piano studio and a children's classroom. Mrs. Seeback, who has taught piano for over 30 years, formerly operated out of her apartment building at 320 E. Washington St.