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Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, August 1970 by  Multiple Contributors - Paperback - First Edition - 1970 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.com

Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, August 1970

by Contributors, Multiple

Condition: Very Good


USA: The American Theatre Organ Society. Paperback. Cover photo of Radio City Music Hall organists Jack Ward, Dick Leibert and Ray Bohr. Contents: Photo of the interior of Loew's Theatre, Akron, Ohio - An acre of seats in a palace of splendor. The Kilgen Wonder Organ - Part 1 - how the Kilgen Company of St. Louis responded to a shortage of organs in the 1920s - 3-page article with great photos. Snippets from England. Ad for the 1970 Conn 3-Manual Theatre Organ. The Gil White Residence 3/11 Organ. Nuggets from the golden days. Song Slides and Theatre Organists - the theatre organ solo in which glass song-slides were projected upon a motion picture screen developed from a humble beginning. Biography of performer Henry B. Murtagh. Toronto's Odeon Carlton Theatre - article with photo - opened in 1948. Reader contributions. Hollywood Cavalcade. The Esther McDonald Stayner Story - a theatre organ biography, with photos. New York Paramount now nostalgia. A Living Tribute to Farny Wurlitzer and Lou Rosa. Fifteenth convention of A.T.O.S. in New York. Bill Lamb named honourary member. Theatre Organists Hall of Fame - Lee Erwin. Photos and write-ups of twenty artists who performed at the fifteenth convention. Closing the Allyn Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut - Angelo Mastagni and Jack Martin of Clinton's Inc. purchased the organ and donated it to the ATOS Chapter - story with photos. Record reviews. Letters to the Editor. Rodgers delivers 'Style 260 Special' organ to Bob Power - article with photos (and ad on back cover). Chapter news. Classified ads. Nice Wurlitzer organ ad inside front cover. Classified ads. Rodgers Organ ad on back cover features photo of Bob Power and his new custom built Conn organ. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. A nice copy. . Very Good. 1970. First Edition.
  • Bookseller: RareNonFiction.com CA (CA)
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  • Title: Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, August 1970
  • Author: Contributors, Multiple
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: The American Theatre Organ Society
  • Place: USA
  • Date published: 1970
  • Keywords: Theatre Organ Magazine, Journal of the American Theatre Organ Society, August 1970 Radio City Music Hall organists Jack Ward, Dick Leibert and Ray Bohr. Contents: Photo of the interior of Loew's Theatre, Akron, Ohio - An acre of seats in a palace o
  • Subjects: MUSIC / General;

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