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Here is the list of historic musical instrument trade catalogs that I've been able to locate. Note citations vary in completeness. However, if anyone wishes to add information to this list, please email me.


Cabart. [Advertisement]. Paris: Cabart; [ca. 1924‑1928, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute, hautbois (oboe). Two advertisements, one dated by Miller "Spring 1924" showing Boehm‑system flute, with open G# key, and one dated by Miller (?), "May 1928" showing Boehm‑system (?) clarinet. Library of Congress Cabart file

Cable Co. Chicago Cottage Organs. Chicago, IL: [ca. 1895], 24 p., 8vo. Stiff paper wrappers. Many styles and organs with varying tonal capabilities are illustrated with woodcuts. An illustration on the back wrapper shows the size of the manufacturer. They claimed to be the largest reed organ maker in the world. Citation generated from on-line description; also ML155.C33 1900. Metropolitan Museum

Cable Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1900-1935, [n.d.] (See Conover) Box 4. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Cable Piano Co. Catalogue. [Chicago, IL: Cable, ca. 1915], 21 p. Includes inserts for 1. Solo Carola Inner Player, 2. Euphona Inner Player Piano, 3. Kingsbury, Style O, 4. Wellington, Style W. Schubert Club

Cable, Hobart M. The story of the Burdett organ: the whole truth about organs, how they are made, bought & sold. Chicago, IL: The Hobart M. Cable Company; [ca. 1900], 47, [1] p.: ill. ; 19 cm. Contemporary red cloth; black-stamped ruled surround with titling on front board. Baker Library Historical Collections Trade Catalogs (Noncirculating) Call number: RJED.62 C115

Cable Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1897-1922, [n.d.] Box 4. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Cable, Hobart M. Piano Co. Catalogue. [La Porte, IN: Cable]; 1925, 47 p. Schubert Club

Cable, Hobart M. Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1905-1925, [n.d.] Box 4. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Cable‑Nelson Co. Personal Music. A Hobby For Men. Chicago, IL: Cable‑Nelson Co.; 1914, 16 p. Keyboard: player piano. Library of Congress ML155.C2 1914

Cable-Nelson Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1906-1926, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Cady Cabinet Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] University of California, Santa Barbara Romaine Collection

Caldwell, Clarence. [Papers. S.l.: s.n.; 1832-1899, 1925 1.2 c.f. (3 archive boxes)]. Consists of the papers of a La Crosse and West Salem, Wisconsin, music teacher, primarily family correspondence. Includes letters of the Hubbard family in New York state, and Calwell's brief Civil War correspondence concerning his service in the 41st Wisconsin infantry. Also includes music programs and catalogs of music and musical instruments. Presented by Jessie E. Caldwell, Whitewater, Wis., 1969. George W. Gee papers (Wis Mss 139S) contains related materials. This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, Wis. 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Area Research Center, La Crosse, Wis. 54601. Control No.: WIHV92-A924

Calenberg & Vanpel. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1880, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Callier. Callier "Perfect Fit" Shoulder Rest. [S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] Smithsonian #209

Cameron, Roderick. [Catalog of early woodwind reproductions]. San Francisco, CA: Roderick Cameron; May, 1981, [8 p.] Wind: flute (renaissance and baroque), Bass dulzian, early music. Library of Congress Cameron file

Capen Pianos. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n., n.p.] (See Brockport Piano Mfg. Co.) Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Caressa & Francais. Caressa & Francais, Luthiers. [S.l.: s.n.; ca. 1915, n.p.] Smithsonian #273

Carhart & Needham. Illustrated catalogue of special gold medal church organ harmoniums, parlor organs, library organs, school organs, and melodeons. NY, NY: Raymond & Caulon; 1866, 25 p. Library of Congress ML155.C26 Rare Book Collection

Carlisle Pianos (See Chase-Hackley Piano Co.) Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Carpenter, E. P. Organ Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. Advertisement. Vol 16 #1 (Jan 4 1888), p. 11. Reed organ manufacturer

Carpenter, E. P. Organ Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "The Music Trade." Vol 13 #17 (Oct 27 1886), p. 262. Mentions a Spanish catalog

Carpenter, Edwin P. Ill. catalog of the celebrated Carpenter organ actions - models The Companion - portable, with handles - Library Organ, built in clock and bookshelves models. [Worcester, MA: Edwin P. Carpenter; 1881], Large 8vo., 96 p., pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Castelli, G. B. I cataloghi originali degli Organi Serassi. Bologna: Casa Editrice Patron; 1975, 243 p. Reprint of the 1858 edition. Keyboard: organ. Library of Congress ML155.F2

Cerveny. Catalogue Cerveny. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1896, 10 p. French and German edition. [Reproduced in Larigot, no. 14, February 1994, 4-14 p.]

Cerveny & Sohn. Musik-Anzeiger K.u.k. Musik-Instrumenten-Fabrik. Koniggratz, Bohemia: Cerveny & Sohne; 1897, 18 [i.e. 21 p.] 6 by 8 inches. Brass instruments, line art of instruments, descriptions, and price list, in German. University of California, Santa Barbara Romaine Collection Box 1

Chaffin Co., J. F. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1910, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Challis, John. Catalog of Instruments. Ypsilanti, Mich.: John Challis; 1935, [12 p.] Keyboard: harpsichord, spinet, clavichord. Offers his reproduction of early keyboard (string) instruments. Library of Congress ML155.C3

Challis, John. Catalogue of instruments made by John Challis. Ypsilanti, MI: [John Challis; ca. 1935, 12 p.] Additional notes by the author. Library of Congress ML155.C35

Chambrille, E. Prix‑Courant. Paris: Louis Lot; [ca. 1905, 1 p.] Wind: flute. Miller wrote "called at this place, July 2, 1905." Library of Congress Lot file

Chambrille, E. Prix‑Courant. Paris: Louis Lot; [ca. 1928, 1 p.] Wind: flute. Dated "29 Feb 1928." Library of Congress Lot file

Chappell & Co., Ltd. [Catalog]. London: Chappell & Co., Ltd.; [ca. 1905, 2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, flageolet with piccolo headjoint optional. Boehm and Siccama systems advertised for flute and piccolo. D.C. Miller pencilled in the date "July 24, 1905". Library of Congress Chappell file

Chase & Baker Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1905, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chase, A.B. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "The Music Trade." Vol 17 #16 (Oct 17 1888), p. 284. Reed organ manufacturer

Chase, A.B. [Piano catalog. S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] University of California, Santa Barbara Romaine Collection

Chase, A.B. Co. Illustrated catalogue and price list of parlor and chapel organs. [Norwalk, OH: A.B. Chase; ca. 1895], 31 p.: ill.; 15 cm. When catalogue was issued, Chase had been in business 15 years. Winterthur #1379

Chase, A.B. Co. Quart-Centennial Souvenir. [Norwalk, OH: Chase; ca. 1901, n.p.] Schubert Club

Chase, A.B. Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1899-1922, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chase, A. B. Organ Co. Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of Parlor and Chapel Organs. Norwalk, OH: [A.B. Chase; ca. 1885], 20 p. 12mo. Small catalogue illustrating 6 different organ models. The models include five and six octave varieties. Citations from High Ridge Books Inc.'s retail catalog 40 [ca. 2001]

Chase, A.B. Piano Co. America's Favorite Piano. Norwalk, OH: United Piano Corp; 1925, [12 p.] Keyboard: piano. Upright, and grands only. Library of Congress ML155.C4

Chase-Hackley Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1903-1905, [n.d.] (Carlisle Pianos) Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chedeville, Charles. [Advertisement.] Paris: [Charles Chedeville Sons?; June, 1924, 2 p.] Accessories, wind: clarinet mouthpiece, reeds (single and double), woodwind instruments. Two advertisements (one dated by Miller June 1924) the other missing its lower left corner. Library of Congress Chedeville file

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. Catalogue. [Chicago, IL: Chicago Cottage Organ Co.; ca. 1890], 8 l.: ill.; 18 by 25 cm. Company claimed it was largest reed-organ factory in the world, producing 18,000 organs per year. Winterthur #1380

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. Ill. catalog of Kingsbury pianos and organs. [Chicago, IL: Chicago Cottage Organo Co.; ca. 1889], Large 8vo., 24 p., pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. Ill. catalog of organs and pianos. [Chicago, IL: Chicago Cottage Organo Co.; ca. 1890], Sq. 8vo., 8 p., pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. Illustrated Catalogue of the Kingsbury Pianos. Chicago, IL: [Chicago Cottage Organ Co., ca. 1905], 8 p. 8vo. Stiff wrappers, 2 models are illustrated in full-page cuts, with descriptive text opposite. Citations from High Ridge Books Inc.'s retail catalog 40 [ca. 2001]

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. [Advertisement]. Chicago, IL: Chicago Cottage Organ Co.; [ca. 1890, n.p.]. Chicago Public Library, Special Collections and Preservation Division, Neighborhood History Research Collection

Chicago Cottage Organ Co. [Advertisement.] Chicago, IL: Chicago Cottage Organ Co.; [c.1890, n.p.]. Chicago Public Library Special Collections and Preservation Division Neighborhood History Research Collection

Chicago Musical Instrument Co. General catalog number 35. Chicago, IL: Chicago Musical Instrument Co.; [ca. 1940], 322 p. OCLC #17390725

Chickering & Sons. Achievement, an ascending scale : being a short history of the house of Chickering & Sons. [Boston, MA]: Chickering & Sons; [ca. 1920], 1 v. (unpaged): ill.; 22 cm. Microfilm. Harvard College, Baker Library Historical Collections Trade Catalogs (Noncirculating)

Chickering & Sons. A catalog of the new scale pianofortes. Ill. and desc. with price lists. [Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1863], 11 lvs., wrap. bnd. in. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chickering & Sons. Chickering & Sons Pianos. Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1892, 24 p. Keyboard: piano. Library of Congress ML155.C535

Chickering & Sons. Chickering & Sons. Manufacturers of Grand, square, and upright Piano Fortes. Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; September 1881, 16 p. 6 3/8 inches by 8 ½ inches. Citation genereated from on-line description

Chickering & Sons. Chickering & Sons' pianofortes at the exhibition of 1856. Boston, MA: M. Edwards; 1857, 8vo., 18 p., ills. Smithsonian Institution Music Division

Chickering & Sons. Chickering and Sons Pianoforte Makers. [S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] Smithsonian #117

Chickering & Sons. Chickering pianofortes. Boston, MA: [Chickering & Sons; 1907, 6 p.] OCLC #25561845 and Smithsonian #81

Chickering & Sons. Chickering Pianos: A Catalogue. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1926, [n.p.] Smithsonian #157

Chickering & Sons. Grand Square and Upright Pianofortes. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1873, [n.p.] Smithsonian #116

Chickering & Sons. Grand, Square, and Upright Pianos. Chickering & Son. Wm. H. Duttons's Piano Rooms. Philadelphia. [Wm. H. Dutton]; 1870, [n.p.] Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library

Chickering & Sons. Ill. catalog. [Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1889, n.p.]: pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chickering & Sons. Ill. catalog of Chickering models at Centennial exposition. [Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1874], Sm. 4to., 24 p. of fine ills., wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chickering & Sons. Ill. catalog of grand, square and upright pianofortes. [Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1869], 4to., 16 pls., wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Chickering & Sons. A New Illustrated Catalogue of Piano-Fortes. Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; Jan. 1st, 1874, 48 p. 8 by 10 3/8 inches. Also imprinted on cover: James B. Bradford, Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and James Sutton & Co, printers, NY. Includes pictures and price of pianos, an illustrated section describing Chickering factory in Boston, various honors won by Chickering, and testimonials. Citation generated from on-line description

Chickering & Sons. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "The Trade Lounger." Vol 11 #17 (Oct 28 1885), p. 267. Piano manufacturer

Chickering & Sons. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1854-1913, [n.d.] Box 6. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chickering & Sons. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1920-1955, [n.d.] Box 7. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chickering & Sons. [Catalogue. Boston, MA: Chickering & Sons; 1883], 32 p.: ill.; 20 cm. This manufacturer of pianofortes was established in Boston on April 16, 1823, by Jonas Chickering. Illustrations show pianos in period room settings. Winterthur #1381

Chickering & Sons. [Piano catalog. S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] University of California, Santa Barbara Romaine Collection

Chickering [& Sons]. Chickering Piano Catalogue. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1968, [n.p.] Smithsonian #101

Chickering [& Sons]. Chickering Piano Catalogue. [S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] Smithsonian #102

[Chickering & Sons]. Catalogue of the exhibition Horticultural Hall. [Boston, The Barta Press; ca. 1902], 78 p. front., plates. 20 cm. Library of Congress ML462.C53

Chickering Bros. Chickering Bros. Pianos. Chicago, IL: Chickering Bros; 1893, [22 p.] Keyboard: piano. Library of Congress ML155.C

Chickering Bros. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1911, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Chickering, S.G. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. Advertisement. Vol 13 #1 (Jul 7 1886), p. 14. Piano manufacturer, not associated with Chickering & Son

[Chickering. Catalog. Boston, MA: Chickering; 1869, n.p.] Includes 13 pages of "cuts", prices, testimonials, etc. Citation generated from on-line description

Christensen & Co. [Announcement]. Boston, MA: Christensen & Co.; 1917, [1 p.] Wind: flute. Taken from The Music Trade Review Aug 27, 1917. Library of Congress Christensen file

Christensen & Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Christensen & Co.; 1917, [1 p.] Wind: flute. Two copies taken from the Music Trades one dated May 26, 1917, the other dated Dec. 1917. Library of Congress Christensen file

Christensen & Co. Inc. The Triumph of American Genius and Skill. Christensen Flutes and Piccolos. Boston, MA: Christensen & Co., Inc; [ca. 1920], 17 p. Wind: flute, piccolo. Discusses how wooden flutes are made. Library of Congress Christensen file

Christensen & Schwelm. [Business card]. Boston, MA: Christensen & Schwelm; [n.d., 1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Library of Congress Christensen file

Christensen & Schwelm. [Flyer]. Boston, MA: Christensen & Schwelm; [ca. 1914, 1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Testimonials from players. Library of Congress Christensen file

Christie Piano Co. Ill. catalog of Christie pianos - styles, models and new designs. [S.l.: Christie Piano Co.; n.d.], 8vo., 24 p., dec. warp. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Christie & Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "Christie & Co." Vol 13 #8 (Aug 25 1886), p. 122

Christie & Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "Trade Notes." Vol 16 #21 (May 23 1888), p. 362-363

Christman Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1920, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Church Co. Guitarras, Mandolinas, Bandurrias, Banjos, Etc. [S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] Smithsonian #271

Church Co., John. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1889, [n.d.] (See The Everett Piano Co.) Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Clark. A Treatise on Ancient and Modern Violins and Bows. [Musical instrument trade catalog ?] [S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] Smithsonian #212

Clark Music Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1908, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park. Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Clark Music Co. [Company records. 1880-1960.] Syracuse, NY: Clark Music Co.; [1889-1960, 24.5 liner feet.] Musical instrument retail business in Syracuse, New York; founded in 1889. Correspondence (1889-1960); memoranda (1921-1960); and merchandising and financial records (1894-1960), including bank statements, inventories, ledgers, price lists and catalogs, repairs records, and marketing information. Gift of Mrs. Dorothy Clark, 1965. Location: George Arents Research Library for Special Collections at Syracuse University, Manuscript Collections. Bird Library, Room 600, Syracuse, New York 13244-2010. Control No.:  NXSV94-A37

Claus, J. B. [Letter dated Oct. 20, 1890 to D.C. Miller]. Boston, MA: J.B. Claus; 1890, [2 p.] Wind: flute. Informs D.C. Miller that Claus was selling flutes made in London by Köhler & Son. Library of Congress Köhler file

Cloos, George Inc. [Advertisement]. Brooklyn, NY: George Cloos, Inc; 1922, [1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, clarinet, fife. Also listed as "makers of Crosby model fifes." Library of Congress Cloos file

Cloos, George Inc. [Announcement]. Brooklyn, NY: George Cloos, Inc; [ca. 1922, 1 p.] Wind: piccolo, flute, woodwinds. Taken from the Music Trade Review. Also contains C.E. Andews announces Early Distribution of New Buegeleisen & Jacobson 1922 Catalog. Library of Congress Cloos file

Cloos, George. [Business card]. Brooklyn, NY: George Cloos; [ca. 1863, 1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, clarinet, fife. Library of Congress Cloos file

Cloos, George. [Catalog]. Brooklyn, NY: George Cloos; [ca. 1900. 4 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Piccolos and flutes were made under the supervision of George Cloos. Clarinets were made under the supervision of Frederick Cloos. Library of Congress Cloos file

Closson, Ernest. Victor Mahillon. [Belgium?]: L'Independance Belge; 1924, [2 p.] Mahillon: Obituary. Taken from the unidentified catalog listed under George Cloos. Library of Congress Mahillon file

Clough & Warren. Ill. catalog of grand and cabinet combination pianos. [Detroit, MI: Clough & Warren; 1889], 12 mo., 40 p., fine ills. of models. Wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Cuedent, E.L. Musical Merchandise and Musical Clocks. NY, NY: E.L. ludent; 1903, 64 p. 12mo. Includes a full range of music boxes large and small, accordians, organs, "roller organs", as well as other band and orchestral instruments. Citation generated from on-line description

Cluett and Sons. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1881-1898, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Coast Wholesale Music Co. Coast Wholesale Music Co. ...: importers and jobbers of musical merchandise, exclusively wholesale. San Francisco, and Los Angeles, CA: Coast Wholesale Music Co.; [ca. 1932], 202 p.: ill.; 28 cm. Variant title: 27th year catalog of musical merchandise. In original paper binding. Library's copy lacks p. 11-24, 65-66, 103-104. Harvard College, Baker Library Historical Collections Trade Catalogs (Noncirculating) Call number: STR.62 C652

The Coin Slot: Issue No. 51. [Automatic musical instrument publication. S.l.: s.n.]; 1979, [n.p.] Smithsonian #65

Colby Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1910, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Colby [Piano Co.] Catalogue. [Erie, PA: Colby; ca. 1909], 15 p. Also envelope. Schubert Club. Possibly same as above

[Cole. Banjo catalog. S.l.: Cole; ca. 1910], 12 p. 5 by 8 inches. One of America's greatest banjo makers. There are ten models shown including the very fancy "Eclipse 5000" with elaborate pearl inlay and carved heel. There are also three pages of "banjo fittings" such as early bridges, tailpieces, cases, pegs, etc. Citation generated from on-line description

Coleman, Harry. New price list of Charles Missenharter's Unsurpassed American Excelsior Solo and Military Band Instruments, manufactured by Harry Coleman. Philadelphia, PA: Coleman; [ca. 1885], 32 p. 23 cm. Hagley Museum

Collier, Charles. Collier Price List. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1974, [n.p.] Smithsonian #306

Collingwood, Joseph & Son. Collingwood violins, violas, 'cellos. Philadelphia, PA: Collingwood & Sons; 1927, 32 p. 27.5 cm. Contains some company history, advice on buying violins, letters of recommendation, then the catalog and finally, advice on care of violins. Prices for the violins went up to $500. Includes order form. Illustrated with b&w photos. Hagley Museum

Columbus Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1912, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Conkey, W.B. American Musical Association - Member's catalog of nearly 40,000 selections and ill. catalog of instruments, musical boxes, horns, harmonicas, accordions, etc. [Chicago, IL: W.B. Conkey; 1896], 4to., 182 p., pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Conn Corp. The 36‑K Story. Elkhart, IN: The Conn Corp; 1963, [20 p.] Wind: Sousaphone. Library of Congress X‑ML155.G58519

Conn Corp. A Band is to Make Music: A Cut‑Out Book of Musical Instruments. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1965, [n.p.] Smithsonian #78

Conn, C.G. Co. How Wind Musical Instruments Have Been Improved. Pamphlet, 12 p. Smithsonian Institution Archives Center. National Museum of American History, (CE 20) Hazen Collection. Box 11 Folder 5

Conn, C.G. Co. Musical Truth. Periodical. Collection has: Vol IV #8 (Apr 1900), Vol. V #8 (Feb 1904), Vo. IX #19 (Apr 1916). Smithsonian Institution Archives Center. National Museum of American History, (CE 21, 57; MIS 50) Hazen Collection. Box 11 Folder 7

Conn Musical Instrument Co. Musical Truth Magazine. Sousa Edition. Vol. XI. [Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; n.d.], 27 pages. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn Organ Corp. Conn Service Manual. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1964, 66 p. Keyboard: Electric organ. Detailed photographs of electronic mechanism. Intended for repair of the Rhapsody 626 type 1, 2. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C5919

Conn Organ Corp. Conn Service Manual. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1966, 52 p. Keyboard: Electric organ. Contains detailed photographs of the electronic mechanism. Intended for repair of the Minuet model 542, Type 1, styles 1, 3, 4, 5, 6. Library of Congress X-ML155.C

Conn Organ Corp. Presenting the Conn Organ. Second edition. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1962, 20, 24 p. Keyboard: eclectic organ. Bound with Conn Organ catalog/Specifications/Product Information. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C5919

Conn Organ Corp. Report to Educators on the Remarkable 16N Conn Clarinet. Elkhart, IN: Conn Corp; 1963, [17 p.] Wind: clarinet. Information pamphlet. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C

Conn Organ Corp. Service Manual. Minuet Model 541 Type 1. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1963, 54 p. Keyboard: Electronic organ. Includes detailed photographs of electronic mechanism. Intended for the repair of the minuet model organ. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C5919

Conn Organ Corp. Service Manual. Model 350‑U Utility Speaker. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1963, 14 p. Accessories: electrical speaker. Includes photographs of electrical mechanism. Intended for repair of the 350‑U speaker. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C5919

Conn Organ Corp. Service Manual. Serenade model 630, Style 1, Type 1. Elkhart, IN: Conn Organ Corp; 1963, 56 p. Keyboard: Electric organ. Contains detailed photographs of electronic mechanism. Intended for repair of the serenade model organ. Library of Congress X‑ML155.C5919

Conn, C.G. Co. Band and Orchestra instruments. 1930. 96 p. plus wraps General Catalog H. Smithsonian Institution Archives Center. National Museum of American History, (CE 45) Hazen Collection. Box 11 Folder 6

Conn, C.G. Band and Orchestra Instruments. General Catalog D. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn, [ca. 1920], 72 p. 8 x 11 inches. This catalog covers all the Conn Instruments from Bassoons to Xylophones. Second copy offered by other book dealer with this variation in the citation: 68 p., 5 inches by 7 inches. Citations generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. Band and Orchestra Instruments. General Catalog E. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn, [ca. 1920, 68 p.] private collection

Conn, C.G. BASS! Elkhart, IN: C. G. Conn; [ca. 1920], 36 p. 8 by 11 inches. This catalog shows the complete line of bass horns being made at the Conn factory, and has 14 pages picturing the premier bass horn players of the time. Includes illustrations of two bands, the bass section of the New York Police Band and the Kable Bros. band of Mt. Morris, Il. Features Sousaphones, Helicon basses, the "Monster" BBb bass, etc. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Flute and Piccolo Player's Handy Pocket Book. Elkhart, IN: Conn, C.G.; [ca. 1925?], 20 p. Wind: flute, piccolo. Includes depictions of instruments, descriptions of instruments, and mentions repairs of flutes, and related material. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. Catalogue and Price List of the Wonder and American Model Valve Instruments. Descriptive list of Orchestral Instruments, Fittings, and Supplies. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [n.d., 1 p.] General: band instruments, orchestra instruments. Cover page only. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. Choice of the Artists - Conn Drums and Accessories. Elkhart, IN: C. G. Conn; [n.d.], 79 p. 4 by 8 1/2 inches. Includes all the drums Conn offered, plus sticks, xylophones, marimbas, and even fifes and batons. The front cover has a note on "discounts to agents glued to it. Snare drums, bass drums, street drums, giant drums, 10 different drum sets, cymbals and tom-toms. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1920, 2 p.] Wind: Cornet, clarinet. Advertisement for The Victor (Conn's best cornet) and Scientific Accuracy makes Conn Clarinets Choice of the Artists. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Oct. 1898, [2 p.] Wind: piccolos, flutes. Titled Conn's Wonder Instruments as a Munition of War in the Late Unpleasantness with Spain; reverse The C.G. Conn Boehm system Wonder Piccolo and Flutes. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1920, 2 p.] Wind: Band. Article about the Paul Whiteman Band; reverse depiction of 27 brass instruments for sale. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1920, 2 p.] Wind: Band. Article discusses small jazz bands; reverse 27 wind instruments illustrated for sale. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Vol. IX. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Apr. 1911, [16 p.] Wind: Band. Complete edition. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Musical Truth. Vol. XVI #4. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; May, 1926, 22 p. General: band instruments, orchestra instruments. Complete edition. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet. Endorsements; reverse The Wonder Metal Clarinets, 3 clarinets shown. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet. Advertisement for The Wonder Metal Clarinets. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet. Endorsements; reverse The Wonder Metal Clarinets, 4 clarinets shown, two types of finish, being either silver plate with gold plated keys, or heavy nickel. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute. Advertisement for Conn clarinet; reverse Foreign Flutists Interested in the Wonder Flutes. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute. Clarinet advertisement; reverse Why Hesitate about discarding the Meyer for the Wonder Boehm System Flute? Also contains a photograph of the Barnum & Bailey's Great Show Band. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute, piccolo. Clarinet advertisement; reverse The Wonder Boehm System Flute and Piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: flute. Advertisement for The Wonder Metal Boehm Flutes reverse contains engraving of brass construction area of the factory. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. 2 #1. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Sep. 1894, [2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Title page only, containing article about Charles Gerard Conn in Congress, also advertisements for Conn-Boehm system Wonder flute and piccolo, Howe-Wonder Boehm flute, Conn-Meyer flute and piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. 3. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Sep. 1896, [2 p.] Wind: Cornet, flute. Title page only, containing announcement that Jules Levy joined Conn's staff. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. IV. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; 1899, [2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Advertisements for C.G. Conn's Boehm-system Wonder Metal flute and piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. IV. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Aug. 1899, [2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Advertisement for Conn-Boehm-system Wonder metal flute and piccolo; reverse article on Herbert L. Clarke, cornet soloist for Sousa's band. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. IV. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Feb. 1899, [2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, mandolin. Only page 5‑6, being an advertisement for Wonder Stringed Instruments. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Vol. IV. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; Apr. 1900, [2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [C.G. Conn's Truth]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [Aug. 1920, 2 p.] Wind: flute, double reed, piccolo. Advertisement for flute, 2 types of oboes, bassoon, and piccolo; reverse contains photograph of saxophone ensemble. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [C.G. Conn's Truth]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1890, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute. Advertisement for Conn clarinet (including silver clarinets). On reverse is an advertisement for Conn flutes. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [C.G. Conn's Truth]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1890, 2 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, clarinet. Advertisements for flute, piccolo, and clarinet. On reverse is a advertisement for Burt's Patent Music Racks for holding band music. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [C.G. Conn's Truth]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1900, 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute, piccolo. Clarinet advertisement; reverse The Wonder Boehm System Flute, and Piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [n.d., 2 p.] Wind: clarinet, flute, piccolo. Clarinet advertisement. On the reverse side is an advertisement for The Wonder Flute and Piccolo. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. C.G. Conn's Truth. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [n.d., 2 p.] Wind: flute, clarinet. Advertisements of The Wonder Flute. On reverse is advertisement for the Improved System all‑Ebonite Wonder Clarinet. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. New Wonder Saxophones. Elkhart IN: C. G. Conn.; [1925?], 46 p. 8 x 11" Includes the Conn New Wonder Saxophones, a large list of Saxophone artists (with photos), a history of Saxophones and Conn, a picture of a Sarrusophone, 27 pages of people who perform on the saxophone, individuals, clown bands, military and all girl bands. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. [Advertisements]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1922, 3 p.] Wind: flute. Three advertisements for the New Model Conn Flute, one from Jacob's Band Monthly (July 1922, p. 659‑70). Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Advertisement]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; July 14, 1928, [2 p.] Wind: flute. This advertisement of A New Symphony Flute, was taken from the Music Trade Review. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Conn publication]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [ca. 1894, 4 p.] Wind: band. Advertisements regarding awards won at the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 entitled Victory over all for the C.G. Conn Wonder flutes, clarinets, and all valve Instruments. Included are 2 pages showing awards, 1 page of testimonials, and 1 page lambasting most of the current makers, by name. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Conn publication]. Elkhart, IN: Conn, C.G.; [ca. 1925, 2 p.] Wind: flute. Advertisement for New Model Conn Ltd Sterling Silver Flute. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Descriptive Price List for Band and Orchestra?]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [n.d., 2 p.] Band and orchestra: Tambourine. Advertisement for tambourines; reverse 11 engravings of the factory, inside and out. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Poster of Band and Orchestra instruments]. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; 1935, [1 p.] General: band instruments, orchestra instruments. Instruments organized within ensembles, and then within concert performance position. Library of Congress Conn file

Conn, C.G. [Saxophone catalog. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; n.d.], 12 p. 8 5/8 by 11 inches. Includes photograph of two Milton and Delong Sisters, The Schuster Sisters' Saxophone Quartette, Sousa's Saxophone Section, Detroit Citigas Saxophone Band, including background on the instrument, the improvements introduced by Conn for its New wonder Saxophones, a center fold of two pages of photos of the saxophone line, and two pages of testimonials from celebrated saxophonists. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G., Ltd. Band and Orchestra Instruments. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn, Ltd. Conn Band Instrument Division; [1951], 32 p. ML155.C662 1951. Metropolitan Museum

Conn, C.G. Ltd. C.G. Conn Manufacturing Co. 13 Mechanic Street, Worcester, Mass., manufacturers of the celebrated Wonder and American model band and orchestral instruments. [Worcester, MA: C.G. Conn Manufacturing Co.; ca. 1890, 36 p.]: ill.; 24 cm. In original illustrated paper binding. Harvard College, Baker Library Historical Collections Trade Catalogs (Noncirculating). Call number: RJE.62 C752

Conn, C.G., Ltd. C.G. Conn's New York catalogue: illustrating and describing "The Wonder" : Boehm System piccolos and flute . New York, NY: C.G. Conn; 1898, 32 p. ML155.C66 1898. Metropolitan Museum

Conn, C.G. Ltd. Conn, choice of the artists: band and orchestra instruments, 1937. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; 1937, 112 p. OCLC #18519028

Conn, C. G. Ltd. Cornets & Trumpets. Elkhart, IN: C. G. Conn; [1925], 40 p. Consists of a catalog of Conn's cornets and trumpets. Includes price list laid in, dated 1925. Twenty four pages of the catalog are biographies of trumpet and cornet players. Among the models shown are the Conn Victor Cornet, The New York Symphony Trumpet, The Opera Grand Trumpet, etc. and the Wonder Flugel horn, Wonder Coach horn, Wonder slide cornet, etc. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. Ltd. Musical Truth. Volume XIV, No. 35. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; 1924, 24 p. Edited by James F. Boyer. Includes articles titled "The Genesis of Military Music – I" "A Smash on the Lip, and What It Did for Musicians" along with trade catalog material. Private collection

Conn, C.G. Ltd. Price List Issued March 1, 1922, Section C. Elkhart, IN: [C.G. Conn]; 1922, 12 p., 8vo. A small, unillustrated price list of saxophones, flutes, clarinets, etc. Many models are listed, with a variety of finishes. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G., Ltd. W.F. Flynn, Youngstown, Ohio : agent for the sale of C.G. Conn's celebrated Wonder and American model band and orchestral instruments. Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn; [19--], 1 v. M:155.C66 1900. Metropolitan Museum

Conn, C.G. Ltd. [Cornet and trumpet catalog.] Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn, [ca. 1920], 22 p. 3 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches. First few pages describes how Conn horns are made, and their qualities. Trumpets include 2b, 26b, 28b, 56b, 18b. Cornets include 80a (Victor), 26a, 10a. Insert list 8a cornet and 10b New Era trumpet. Citation generated from on-line description

Conn, C.G. Ltd. [Saxophone catalog featuring Wonder Saxophones.] Elkhart, IN: C.G. Conn, [ca. 1925], 36 p. color illus. 7 7/8 by 10 7/8 inches. Includes biography of Antoine Joseph Sax, inventor of the saxophone and Mons. E. A. Lefebre, who directed the perfecting of saxophones in the Conn factories until 1901. Also includes illustrated history of C. G. Conn Ltd., the Saxophone Family, with illustrations of the saxophone the company made (B flat, C soprano, E flat Alto, C Melody, B flat Tenor Saxophone, E flat Baritone, B flat Bass and The Sarrusophone. Each instrument is described in detail. Includes testimonials. Last three pages tell of and illustrate Conn improvements, including the Conn Patented Tuning Device, The Conn Mouthpipe, The key system, The new G# (A flat) key, integral sockets on Conn Saxophones, Rolled Edge Sockets and "Fool Proof" Pads on Conn Saxophones. Citation generated from on-line description

Conover Piano. Catalogue. [Chicago, IL: Cable]; 1915, 45 p. Cable identified as the manufacturer of this piano. Schubert Club

Conover [Piano]. [Catalog. S.l.: Cable]; 1915-1925, [n.d.] (See The Cable Co.) Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Continental Music Co. 1935 Supplement to the Continental General Catalog. Chicago, IL: Continental Music Co.; [ca. 1935], 27, [1] p. General: winds, strings. This catalog contains mainly band and plucked string instruments. Library of Congress ML155.C6

Conway Pianos. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n., n.d.] (See Hallet & Davis Piano Co.) Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Cooper Manufacturing Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "The Trade Lounger." Vol 15 #18 (Nov 2 1887), p. 292, 294. Piano manufacturer

Coover, James. Musical instrument collections: catalogues and cognate literature. Detroit: Information Coordinators; 1981, 464 p.; 24 cm. Library of Congress ML155.C63 also ML30.4b no. 2395 Miller

Corey Brothers. Sole agents for the state of Rhode Island for Chickering & Sons' grand, square and upright piano fortes. [Boston?: Corey Brothers; 1869?, 16 p.] OCLC #23358216

The Cornet Band Newsletter. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1884, [n.p.] Possibly only a single issue. Probably includes a catalog. Smithsonian #24

Cornish & Co. Ill. catalog of high grade pianos and organs of parlor, barroom and cathedral. [Washington, NJ: Cornish & Co.; 1880], 4to., 24 p., col. pict. wrap. Citation taken from Lawrence B. Romaine's A Guide to American Trade Catalogs 1744-1900

Cornish & Co. Supplement to large catalogue containing Cornish's celebrated special offers. Organs and pianos. [Washington, NJ: Cornish & Co.; ca. 1880, 16 i.e. 12 p.] Incomplete copy. Private collection

Cornish & Co. Reed Organ Builders, Special Illustrated Catalogue for Cornish Organs, 1891. [Washington, NJ; 1891; n.p.p.] Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1961 (61.551.1)

Cornish & Co. [Catalog.] Citation taken from The Musical Courier. "Carloads of Organs." Vol 16 #20 (May 16 1888), p. 346. Stencil piano manufacturer

Cornish Co. The 53rd annual Cornish book, tells the complete story of Cornish instruments / the Cornish Company, established over fifty years, makers of high-grade pianos and organs and direct dealers between factory and home. Washington, N.J.: Cornish Co.; [191-?], 40 p.: ill. ; 37 cm. In original illustrated paper binding. "Bond of indemnity" dated 191- affixed inside front cover. Baker Library Historical Collections Trade Catalogs (Noncirculating) Call number: RJE.62 C818

Cornish Co. The Cornish company. Washington, N.J.: Cornish Co.; [n.d., n.p.]. manufacturers of pianos and organs. Rutgers University. Size 2

Cornish Co. Five thousand registered testimonials. Washington, N.J.: Cornish Co.; [n.d., n.p.]. Rutgers University. Size 1

Cornish Co. General Catalogue of Cornish American Pianos and Organs. Washington, NJ: [Cornish Co.; ca. 1903], 16 p. 15 in. Pianos and organs are illustrated and described in great detail. Color printed wrappers. There are many pages of additional inserted promotional pieces for pianos and organs. Citation generated from on-line description

Cornish Co. Guide to the Cornish catalogue. Washington, N.J.: Cornish Co.; [n.d., n.p.]. Rutgers University Size 1

Cornish Co. Organs and pianos. Washington, N.J.: Cornish Co. 1891, [n.p.]. Rutgers University. Size 2

Cornish Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1898-1917, [n.d.] Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Coté Piano Manufacturing Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.l.]; 1910-1912, [n.p.]. Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Couesnon. Catalogue Illustré. Paris: Couesnon; 1931, 22 p. Wind: Band. Flute, piccolo, flageolet, clarinet, oboe, cor anglais, and bassoon. Library of Congress Couesnon file

Couesnon & Cie. Catalogue Pochette. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1900, [n.p.] Smithsonian #40

Couesnon & Cie. Manufacture Générale d'Instruments de Musique. Paris: Couesnon & Cie; [ca. 1931, iv] 88 p. General: String instruments, wind instruments, accessories. Library of Congress Couesnon file

Couesnon & Cie. [Catalogue Couesnon et Cie. Paris. Paris: Couesnon & Cie]; 1912, [n.p.] Private collection

Couesnon & Cie. [Envelope addressed to Miller]. Paris: Couesnon & Cie; Aug 17, 1900, [1 p.] Wind: flute. Overwritten "Bass Flute 120" cover for letter of same date in the file. Library of Congress Couesnon file

Couesnon & Cie. [Letter addressed to D.C. Miller]. Paris: Couesnon & Cie; Aug 17, 1900, [1 p.] Wind: flute. Discusses the purchase of a bass flute. Library of Congress Couesnon file

Courtois, Antonine & Mille. Genuine Courtois Band Instruments. London: Antonine Courtois & Mille; [ca. 1901], 37 p. Private collection

Cramer and Co., Ltd. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.]; 1864, [n.p.]. Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Crown Piano Co. Catalogue. [Chicago, IL: Crown; ca. 1905], 62 p. Schubert Club

Crown Piano Co. The Crown Pianos and Organs. [S.l.: s.n.; ca. 1893, n.p.] Smithsonian #123

Crown Piano Co. See also George P. Bent

Cuedent, E.L. Musical Boxes. Musical Merchandise and Musical Clocks. NY, NY: [E.L. Cuedent]; 1903, 64 p., 12mo. Fully illustrated catalogue. Contains a full range of music boxes large and small, including accordions, organs, roller organs as well as other band and orchestral instruments. Citation generated from on-line description

Cummings, Chas. P. & Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.; n.d., n.p.] University of California, Santa Barbara Romaine Collection

Cundy, W.H. Catalogue of music and musical instruments. Boston, MA: W.H. Cundy; [ca. 1878], 8 p.: ill.; 43 cm. Winterthur #1382 and OCLC #6999200

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. The Bettoney Flute. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922, 2 p.] Wind: flute. Two copies exist; one found in envelope dated 1922. The second copy has the prices blacked out. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Catalog. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1900, 8 p.] Wind: flute. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Catalog. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922, 6 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Includes the Bettoney‑Wurlitzer flute and piccolo, and illustrations of the factory. 2 copies of this catalog exist; one found in an envelope dated 1922. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Catalog of Bettoney Wood‑wind Musical Instruments. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1900], 18 p. Wind: Band. Contains a history of the company, a photograph of Mr. Bettoney, and catalog #5 (no date) [8 p]. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Descriptive List of Bettoney Flutes, Piccolos and Supplies. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922], 4 p. Wind: flute, piccolo. Two copies exist; one found in an envelope dated 1922. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy-Bettoney Co. The Music Era. Periodical. Collection has: Vol 3 #4 (Jul 1912), Vol 3 #6 (Nov 1912), Vol 4 #1 (Jan 1913), Vol 4 #3 (May 1913). Smithsonian Institution Archives Center. National Museum of American History, (CE 28) Hazen Collection. Box 11 Folder 9

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Revised Net Professional Prices of Merchandise in the Catalogue of Wood‑wind Musical Instruments and Accessories. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; Sept. 1922, [2 p.] Wind: flute. Price list of instruments identified only by serial number. Accessories are also included, on the back cover. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Revised New Professional Prices of Merchandise in the Catalogue of Wood‑wind Musical Instruments and Accessories. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922, 2 p.] Wind: flute. Instruments only identified by series number. Also, the item was found in an envelope dated June 1, 1922. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy-Bettoney Co. Silva-Bet and Wood-winds. The Artists’ Choice. Cundy-Bettoney: Boston; 1932, 40 p. Title from cover. Title page: Catalogue No. 1. Woodwind instruments. Author's collection

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Solos for Flute. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922, 1 p.] Wind: flute. Music list. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. Some New Publications for Clarinet and Saxophone. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1920, 8 p.] Wind: music list. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. To Owners of Bettoney Instruments. Elkhart, IN: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; May 1923, [2 p.] Wind: flute. Taken from Jacob's Orchestra Monthly, May 23, 1924. Discusses repairs offered by the company. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; May 1923, [1 p.] Wind: flute. The Bettoney Flute taken from Jacob's Orchestra Monthly, May 1923 p. 68. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; March, 1924, [1 p.] Wind: piccolo. The Bettoney Silver Piccolo from Jacob's Orchestra Monthly p. 79. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; 1931, [1 p.] Wind: oboe, bassoon. Includes 9 models of oboes, 2 models of bassoons, and accessories. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1900, 16 p.] Wind: flute. Titled Regarding The Bettoney‑Wurlitzer Boehm flutes, including a biography of Mr. Wurlitzer. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1920, 1 p.] Wind: flute. Offers a patented alternate G# key that would be fitted to only Bettoney flutes. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1920, 1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo. Boehm-system flutes and piccolos advertised in The Music Era [n.d.] Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1925, 2 p.] Wind. Advertises repairs done by the company. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [n.d., 1 p.] Wind: band. Includes an announcement that this company would sell surplus military band instruments. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [n.d., 1 p.] Wind: flute. The Bettoney‑Boehm Flute. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [n.d., 1 p.] Wind: flute. The New "Boston Wonder" Metal Clarinet. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [n.d., 2 p.] Wind: flute. Page 5‑6 from untitled music journal discussing the history of the company and the Boehm flute. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1924, 1 p.] Wind: clarinet. Requests information about metal clarinet production for law suite. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Advertisement for Arthur Brooke "The Modern Method for the Boehm Flute"]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1920, 2 p.] Wind: flute. Also contains advertisement for Bettoney‑Boehm flute and piccolo. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Catalog]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1900, 1 p.] Wind: flute. Catalog of new and used flutes. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Envelope addressed to Mr. Ralph F. Hovey, Cleveland, OH]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; [ca. 1922, 1 p.] Wind: flute, piccolo, clarinet, saxophone. Envelope dated Oct. 23, 1922. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy‑Bettoney Co. [Letter from Company to Ralph F. Hovey Cleveland, OH]. Boston, MA: Cundy‑Bettoney Co.; May 1924, [1 p.] Wind: flute. Discusses purchasing a Cundy‑Bettoney flute. Library of Congress Cundy‑Bettoney file

Cundy-Bettoney Co. See also Arthur E. Hastedt

Cunningham Piano Co. [Catalog. S.l.: s.n.] 1913-1920, [n.p.]. Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Currier. Currier Piano Catalogue. [S.l.: s.n.]; 1977, [n.p.] Smithsonian #103

Curtaz, Benj. & Son. [Catalog of Krell pianos. S.l.: s.n.]; 1900, [n.p.]. Box 8. Reported to be in the University of Maryland, College Park Howe Collection in the International Piano Archive

Czechoslovak Music Co. Delux hardbound catalog. [Czechoslovakia: Czechoslovak Music Co.]; 1931, 166 p. Includes Eugene Ormandy violin testimonial. Private collection

Czechoslovak Musical Instruments Co. Manufacturers, Importers, and Jobbers. NY, NY: [Czechoslovak Musical Instruments Co.; c1920]. 32 p. of violins, bows, parts, strings, etc. Citation generated from on-line description

Czechoslovak Musical Instruments Co. Manufacturers, Importers, and Jobbers. NY, NY: Czechoslovak Musical Instruments Co.; [ca 1931], 161 p., lacking p. 51-52, 97-98, 127-130, 143-144. Printed in Germany by J. Schmidt, Markneukirchen, Saxony. Features the "famous John Juzek Hand made violins", also Koehler woodwind instruments, plucked strings, percussion instruments, etc. Author's collection


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