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page 183 -- Lee Roberts Jewelry, Estey Organ Co.

updated 7 April 2018
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#33 marks the Main Street location of L. Roberts' jewelry on this 1899 panorama of Bristol CT.
(available from the Library of Congress)
Plainville News, Thursday 28 Oct 1897 p.4
via Connecticut State Library Digital Collections

The "Estey March" performed on a very special Estey organ.
As you can see from the above, there's a lot more information on this organ at

Extolling the merits of  Estey, no doubt!
From a parlor overlooking the Estey factory, an Estey organ recital commences.
The reverse of the card above lists corporate officers and one local distributor.

YouTube demo of Estey Phonorium

On the back of the card above is a contemporary likeness of the factory. Thanks, Maria!
Google Street View passed by the Estey factory in May, 2102 [ ]  The factory complex has been restored with new tenants, evidently including one of those famous "slow schools."
Wikipedia has a fine article on the Estey Organ Company of Brattleboro, VT, from which the snap below is taken:

former Estey Organ factory in Brattleboro, VT (see Wikipedia listing above for further info)

Let's go on a tour of the Estey Organ Museum in Brattleboro!
Thanks to Rodney Jantzi

For more information, contact:


180 Main Street

Brattleboro, VT 05301

802 254-4565

Toll Free: 877-254-4565

Greg Lesch, Membership & Operations Manager

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