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BARR J. Pianoforte tuner' ca. 1825  

 Glasgow

 

BARR Samuel 'Pianoforte tuner' (**1842), 'Pianoforte-maker' and pianoforte seller ca. 1844-64  

137, Argyle Street (**1842), 75, West George Street (**1844)(**1846)(**1848), 187, Buchanan Street (**1855), 197, Buchanan Street (**1856), 196, Pitt Street (*1864), Glasgow

 

BEDDIE George Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1893 35, Rosemount Viaduct (**1893), House : 2, Chapel Street (**1893), Aberdeen
BEGBIE Alexander Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1890-97  

15a, Greenside Place (**1890), 5, Greenside Place (***1892)(***1893)(***1894)(***1895), 3a, Greenside Place (***1896)(***1897), Edinburgh

 

BEGRIE George 'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1833 120, Nicolson Street (**1833), Edinburgh

BEGG Charles

 

 

Image of pianoforte in an advertisement, Post-Office Directory Aberdeen, 1852, p. 295 (digital.nls.uk)

Upright pianoforte ca. 1860, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, Dunedun, New Zealand

IMAGES

of BEGG's pianoshop

Photo of this pianoshop

BEGG's Portrait

 

'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1850-61

Emigrated with his family to Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1861.

"LONDON AND HOME-MANUFACTURED PIANO-FORTES - 8, Black's Buildings, RESPECTFULLY intimates to the public generally, that from the encouragement he has received for the last three years, and his increasing demands, he has found it necessary to keep on hand (over and above those of his own manufacture) a selection from London Manufacturers, which he is prepared to Sell or Hire at a moderate rate. Piano-Fortes Tuned and Repaired in Town and Country, A variety of other Instruments always on hand." Post-Office Directory Aberdeen, 1852, p. 295 (digital.nls.uk)

"CHARLES BEGG, Piano-forte and Music-Saloon, 152, UNION STREET, RESPECTFULLY invites attention to his COTTAGE and SEMI-COTTAGE PIANO-FORTES, now manufactured with Patent Metallic Bracing. C. B., in doing so, warrants the above as instruments hitherto unsurpassed for quality of tone, elasticity of touch, durability, or economy. Every Piano-Forte can be exchanged at 3, 6, 9, or 12 months from the date of purchase, as per agreement. GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, GRAND SQUARE, and COTTAGE PIANO-FORTES, with SINGLE and CHECK ACTION, PATENT TENSION BARS and BRASS BRIDGES, by best London Makers only. Harmoniums, by Alexandre of Paris, FROM £6 TO £55. Tuning and Repairing.— New Music Weekly. 152, Union Street." Post Office Aberdeen Directory, 1858, p. 366 (digital.nls.uk)

Medal, New Zealand Exhibition in Dunedin, 1865

 

 

Saloon : 8, Black's Buildings (*1850)(*1851)(*1852)(*1853), House : 5, Black's Buildings (*1850), House : 41, Dee Street (**1853)(*1858)(*1860), 150, Union Street (*1854)(*1855), Saloon : 150, Union Street (*1858)(*1859)(*1860), Workshop : [252], Union Wind (*1858)(*1860)(*1861), Aberdeen

Dunedin, New Zealand

BEGG & BLACK 'Pianoforte-makers' ca. 1861 44, Reform Street (*1861), Dundee
BIGGAR Alexander 'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1923 102, Sauchiehall Street (*1923), Glasgow
BIGGAR James & Co 'Pianoforte-makers' ca. 1879 159, Sauchiehall Street (***1879), Glasgow
BLACK M.  

"M. BLACK, EXCELSIOR CHINA SHOP AND MUSIC DEPOT, HAMILTON. CONSIDERING that Mr. H. M. Black’s glass and china warehouse and musical depot combined form the leading establishment of the kind either in Hamilton or in the county of Lanarkshire, he is well justified in adopting as his trade-mark the device “Excelsior.” The premises occupy a prominent and commanding position facing the New Cross of the town, and close to the central station of the Caledonian Railway. The warehouse forms a gusset or triangular corner at the New Cross, and it has thus two extensive frontages, one facing Quarry Street, and the other facing Chapel Street. For the exhibition of Mr. Black’s immense quantity and variety of stock no fewer than twelve massive windows are requisitioned around the frontages of the warehouse. The interior of the premises are conveniently divided into different departments, with a neatly arranged office in the centre, while all around are counters, shelves, cases and stands, the basement of the building consisting of capacious storage accommodation. The general aspect of the Excelsior warehouse is that of a grand fancy bazaar, the multitude of choice and artistic articles forming quite a dazzling spectacle. China tea sets, dinner, bedroom and toilet sets in the newest patterns, neatest shapes and at the lowest prices are set out in the richest profusion for the inspection of customers. There is a magnificent collection also of home and foreign glass in different colour and designs, Bohemia vases, flower stands and fern shades, gas globes, and brown teapots. Mr. Black keeps a choice selection of articles suitable for useful presents, and, as his prices compare favourably with those of other firms, he does a very extensive business in this connection. The stationery department comprises a large assortment of plain and fancy papers, fancy goods of all sorts, and a considerable stock of nick-nacks and other small wares, handy, useful and ornamental.

 
 

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1894


(continuation)

In the music depot Mr. Black shows a number of pianofortes, American organs, and harmoniums, which he claims will well bear inspection, and he points out that as he obtains these high-class musical instruments direct from the makers, he is in a position to supply them at wholesale prices. Here also is a choice assortment of violins from the modest figure of four shillings and sixpence, and a special line of melodeons and concertinas from three and sixpence. Violin strings and fittings of the finest quality are always in stock, and there is a large supply of sheet and other music to be had at all times. Mr. Black tunes and repairs pianos, harmoniums, and organs at reasonable rates, and so satisfactorily is this work performed that he has an ever-growing connection among the gentry and leading inhabitants of the district. Personally Mr. Black is a most agreeable young man, and, during the ten years he has been in business, has established not only a commercial reputation of a very high standard, but has, by his unvarying courtesy, integrity, and rectitude, raised himself to a very high degree in the estimation of his fellow-townsmen." Progress - Commerce 1894, Rivers of the North, 1894 (messybeast.com)

 

 

 

triangular corner at the New Cross (xx1894), Hamilton

 

BLAIR, WOOD & Co 'Pianoforte-makers' ca. 18?? (2) Edinburgh
BLAKE John Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1827-28 3, Waterloo plce (*1827-28), Edinburgh
BONAR James Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1892-1900  

23, Howe Street (xx1891), 29, Clarence Street (***1892)(***1893), 10[a], North Street, David Street (***1894)(***1895)(***1896)(***1897)(***1898)(***1899), 24b, Pitt Street (***1900), Edinburgh

 

BOOTH A. F.  

'Pianoforte-tuner' ca. 1890

 

 

56, Park Street (*1890), 106, George Street (*1891), 33, George Street (*1892), 5, Huntly Street (**1893), 15, Huntly Street (**1894), 98, Rosemount Viaduct (**1895)(**1896)(**1897), 1 ½, Spa Street (**1898), 93, Union Grove (**1899)(**1900)(**1901)(**1902)(**1903)(**1904), 28, Watson Street (**1906)(**1907)(**1908), Aberdeen

 

BOOTH Victor A.  

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1909

 

 

16, Hollybank Place (**1909), Aberdeen

 

BOOTH John 'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1873

BOOTH J. & Sons (*1873)(*1874)(*1875)(**1875)(*1876)(*1877)(*1878)(*1879)

 

140, Union Street (*1873)(*1874)(*1875)(**1875)(*1876)(*1877)(*1878), Workshop : 7, Union Wynd (*1873)(*1874)(*1875)(*1876), B.J. : 2, Henry Place (*1873)(*1874)(*1875)(*1876), 92, Union Street (*1879), Aberdeen

 

BOSWELL A.  

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1880

 

 

1, Abbey Street (**1880), Edinburgh

 

BOWES George T.  

'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1905-08

 

 

5, Crimon Place (**1905)(**1906)(**1907)(**1908), Aberdeen

 

BOWMAN Alexander

(ca. 1835 - ?)(4)

 

'Pianoforte-maker' and tuner ca. 1851-57

Oldest son of William BOWMAN (4), here below

ROSS & BOWMAN (**1854), see also ROSS in Glasgow

BOWMAN & LORIMER (**1854)

BOWMAN Alexander (*1857)

Probably relocated to Edinburgh before 1861. Possible death in 1909 (4).

 

 

4, Carlton Court (1851)(4), 34, Holmhead Street(**1854)(**1856)(*1857), House : 11 Sauchiehall Street (**1854)(*1857), Glasgow

 

BOWMAN & Co  

'Pianoforte-makers' and tuners ca. 1857

 

 

5 and 21, Thistle Street, Hutchesontown (*1857), Glasgow

 

BOWMAN William

(1811 - 1873)(4)

 

'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1838-79

LUTTED & BOWMANN (1838)(4)

BOWMAN W. & G. (**1840)(**1842)

BOWMAN W. (**1848)

1851 : employing 20 men and 5 women (4)

BOWMAN & Co (1857)(4), Pianoforte makers and tuners

 

 

21, Gordon Street (1838)(4), 105, High John Street (**1840)(**1842), 13, Bridge Street, Tradeston (**1844)(**1846), 13, Bridge Street, Tradeston (**1848), [8], Carlton Court, [New] Bridge Street, [house 4] (*1846)(**1854)(**1855)(**1856)(*1857)(*1861), 13, Bridge Street, Tradeston (**1848), 5-21, Thistle Street (1857)(4), 13, Carlton Court, Bridge Street, Laurieston (*1860)(1861)(4), 76, Gordon Street (**1863)(*1864), 23-25, Bellgrove Street (**1863)(1864)(4), 18, Renfield Street (*1866), 23, Bellgrove Street (*1864)(*1866), Kames House (1873)(4), Glasgow

 

BOWMAN William junior

(ca. 1840 - ca. 1920)

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1861-1909

Second son of William BOWMANN (4), here above

Possible death in Glasgow in 1920 (4)

 

4, Carlton Court (1861)(4), 13, Carlton Court, Bridge Street, Laurieston (*1860), 76, Gordon Street (**1863)(*1864), 23-25, Bellgrove Street (**1863), 18, Renfield Street (*1866), 23, Bellgrove Street (*1864)(*1866), 166, Hope Street (***1879), 177, Sauchiehall Street (*1893), 287 [285 ?], Sauchiehall Street (*1895)(*1897)(*1903)(*1906)(*1909)(1911)(4), Glasgow

 

BOYAK J. D. Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1893 138, Buchanan Street (*1893), Glasgow
BOYD Adam Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1851 Portland Street (x1851), Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
BROWN George A.

"GEORGE A. BROWN, DEALER IN PIANOFORTES AND AMERICAN ORGANS, 678, EGLINTON STREET, AND 2, MAXWELL ROAD, GLASGOW. MR. G. A. Brown established his admirably organised business in Pollokshields, in 1878. During the succeeding decade his thorough technical knowledge of the trade enabled him to create such a valuable and substantial connection, that in 1888 he found it judicious to remove to the splendidly commodious premises which he now occupies. The premises stand upon a commanding corner site at the junction of Eglinton Street and Maxwell Road. The position forms one of the stations of the tramway system, and it is the point at which the Pollokshaws Road, the Maxwell Road, and Eglinton Street diverge towards several important residential suburbs of the city. Nor do the special advantages which Mr. Brown has secured end here. The premises themselves are more commodious than those of any other establishment of the same class in Glasgow. There are two ample show-windows facing Eglinton Street and three to Maxwell Road, which, with their splendid assortments of novelties in the specialities which have made Mr. Brown’s reputation constitute never-failing points of attractive interest in the two thoroughfares.

 

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1894-1910


(continuation)

 The interior, which has a depth of fifty feet, affords copious space for the effective display of a great variety of pianofortes by the most celebrated makers, Mr. Brown’s intimate and extensive relations with whom enable him to offer their choicest productions to his customers on exceptionally advantageous terms. Even more thoroughly representative is Mr. Brown’s assortment of American organs, of which he holds one of the largest and best stocks in Scotland, being, in particular, the sole agent for Newman Brothers’ celebrated American organs. Amongst the stocks of other musical instruments which Mr. Brown holds, the violins are entitled to special notice for their number and rare tone, some of them being regarded by experts as equal to the work of the old masters. In the warehouse will always be found a choice and comprehensive selection of sheet music, including all approved novelties, and a very full collection of popular old English, Scotch and Irish songs and ballads. To the rear is a well-appointed office with all the appliances for the convenient despatch of commercial business." Progress - Commerce 1894, Rivers of the North, 1894 (messybeast.com)

 

678, Eglington Street (xx1894), 2, Maxwell road (xx1894), Pollokshields (*1895)(*1897)(*1903)(*1906)(*1909)(*1910), Glasgow
BROWN Henry Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1861 45, High Street (*1861), Dundee
BROWN Robert  

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1906-11

BROWN Robert & Co (**1910)

Successor of LOGAN & Co, Aberdeen

 

349, Union Street (**1906)(**1907)(**1908)(**1909), Bon Accord Street (**1910), 34, Whitehall Road (**1911),  Aberdeen
BRUCE C., MILLER & Co  

'Pianoforte-makers' ca. 1901-06

"Miller, C. Bruce, & Co., pianoforte and music-sellers, phonograph and graphophone agents, 51 George st. Tele phone No. 474." Post Office Aberdeen Directory, 1901, p. 294 (digital.nls.uk) - see also MILLER in Aberdeen.

51, George Street (**1901)(**1902)(**1903)(**1904)(**1905)(**1906), Aberdeen
BRUCE James  

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1770-95

WOOD, BRUCE & Co (ca. 1815), see also WOOD

BRUCE James & SMALL George & Co (1829-37), see also SMALL

 

101, George Street (*1837), Edinburgh
BRUNSKILL James  

"JAMES BRUNSKILL, MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 356, SCOTSWOOD ROAD, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE; AND 60, BRIDGE STREET, BERWICK-ON-TWEED. MR. Brunskill commenced business on his own account some ten years ago at 43 and 45, Bridge Street, Berwick-on-Tweed, afterwards removing to No. 60. A very large measure of success attended his well-directed and strenuous efforts, and in 1892 he opened the Newcastle house as a branch of his business, still retaining the Berwick-on-Tweed depot as the head manufacturing quarters. The premises at Newcastle comprise a spacious shop with two large plate-glass windows, well adapted for the display of their valuable and attractively arranged contents. The interior has been fitted up in an elaborate and superior style, every convenience being possessed for forwarding the trade. At the rear are extensive warehouses and various workshops, in which the manufacture of violins, and the repair of all kinds of instruments are largely carried on. Being both manufacturer and importer, the proprietor, who has had a large experience in every branch of the business, is able to provide instruments of all kinds and of the best possible quality. The pianos and organs in stock are thoroughly representative, and include some fine productions by Collard & Collard, Brinsmead, Justin Browne, Neumeyer, and other first-class makers, for whom the proprietor holds the special agency, whilst the American organs include the latest specialities of such firms as the Bell Organ Company, Smith Organ Company, Sterling Organ Company, and other makers of equal merit, and ranging in price from £6 to 150 guineas. The pianofortes, whether cottage, semi-grand, grand, or iron-frames, are invariably rich in tone, of good touch, and handsome in appearance.

 
 

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1894


(continuation)

Harmoniums, American organs, as well as pianos, are replete with the latest improvements, and finished in a sound, durable, and thoroughly workmanlike manner. As a manufacturer of violins, Mr. Brunskill has shown himself one of the most expert and capable in the Kingdom. His instruments are made after the famous models of Antonius Straduarius and Nicholas Amati, and the greatest care is exercised at every stage. After some years of close study and experiments, Mr. Brunskill has succeeded in making a coloured transparent varnish which brings out all the delicate beauty of the wood, until his productions seem veritable “Cremonas” in appearance. He was awarded the gold medal at the Edinburgh Exhibition of 1890, as also the highest award, a silver medal, at Newcastle Exhibition, 1893, for the tone and finish of his violins; and Senor Carrodus, “the King of Fiddlers,” says of them: “I find them good in tone, especially handsome, and an excellent copy of Straduarius. They will improve with careful use and age.” The proprietor holds, also, extensive assortments of bows and cases, banjos, guitars, mandolines, flutes, piccolos, clarionets, cornets, melodeons, concertinas, &c., as well as a varied selection of the latest and most popular song and dance music. Pianos, organs, and harmoniums are lent out on hire, or can be obtained on easy terms by the hire purchase system. Specially advantageous terms are given to military and fife and drum bands. Mr. Brunskill is regarded as an able member of the branch of business in which he 3s engaged, and his name is synonymous with honourable and straightforward dealings." Progress - Commerce 1894, Rivers of the North, 1894 (messybeast.com)

 

 

  356, Scotswood Road (xx1894), Newcastle-on-Tyne

60, Bridge Street (xx1894), Brewick-on-Tweed

 

BRYSSON George  

Square piano ca. 1809, Private Collection, U.K.

 

SEE ALSO ...

  BRYSSON George in Liverpool and Surrey

 

 

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1807-19

"Deaths. [...] Jan. 30. At. Edinburgh, Mrs Brysson, wife of George Brysson, piano-forte maker." The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, 1815, p. 239

 

Castlehill (*1807)(*1808)(*1810), Edinburgh
BUCHAN John S. & STEVENSON  

"BUCHAN & STEVENSON, Music-Sellers, 26 & 28 BANK STREET. PARTIES wishing to Purchase or Hire PIANOFORTES will find at B. & S.'s MUSIC SALOON a Large Stock, comprising all the different Designs of the Best Makers, including Broadwood, Collakd, Erard, and other eminent Manufacturers. Each Instrument can be recommended with the certainty of giving entire satisfaction. AND OTHERS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. VIOLIN, GUITAR, & BANJO STRINGS, OF THE BEST QUALITY, ALWAYS ON HAND. Music at Half-Price - NEW PIANOFORTES LENT ON HIRE, FROM 10s. 6d. PER MONTH AND UPWARDS. BUCHAN & STEVENSON, PIANOFORTE AND HARMONIUM WAREHOUSE, 26 & 28 Bank Street." Post Office Dundee Directory, including Lochee, Broughty Ferry, Newport, and the Rurual District in the vicinity of Dundee, for 1871-72, p. 525 (digital.nls.uk)

 

 

Pianoforte-makers and/or pianoforte dealers ca. 1869-72

BUCHAN John S., Strawberrybank, 12 (x1871)

 

26-28, Bank Street (x1869)(x1871), Dundee

 

BUCHANAN John  

'Pianoforte-maker' ca. 1854-57

 

 

28, Bedford Street (**1854), 134, Upper Thistle Street (**1855)(**1856)(*1857),  Glasgow

 

 

 

(*1807): 'Post Office annual Directory', 1807, p. 32 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1808): 'Post Office annual Directory', 1808, p. 34 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1809): 'Post Office annual Directory', 1809, p. 36 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1810): 'Post Office annual Directory', 1810, p. 36 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1827-28): 'The post Office Annual Directory for 1827-28; Edinburgh, Leith, and Newhaden', 1827-28, p. 17 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1833): 'Post-Office Annual Directory', 1833, p. 7 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1837): 'Pigot and co.'s national commercial directory of the whole of Scotland', 1837, Aberdeen p. 186, Edinburgh p. 98, Liverpool p. 78

(**1840): 'The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory for 1840', p. 325 (archive.org)

(**1842): 'The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory for 1842, p. 338-339 (archive.org)

(**1844): 'The Post-Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1844', p. 40 + 47 + 368 (archive.org)

(*1846): 'Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland', 1846

(**1846): 'The Post-Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1846', p. 438 (archive.org)

(**1848): 'Post-Office annual Glasgow directory for 1848', p. 486 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1850): 'Post-Office Directory Aberdeen', 1850, p. 53 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1851): 'Post-Office Directory Aberdeen', 1851, p. 69 (digital.nls.uk)

(x1851): 'Ayrshire Directory of 1851', p. 235 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1852): 'Post-Office Directory Aberdeen', 1852, p. 70+276 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1853): 'Post-Office Directory Aberdeen', 1853, p. 74+295 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1853): 'Cornwall's new Aberdeen Directory', 1853, p. 45 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1854): 'Directory for the City of Aberdeen', 1854, p. 179 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1854): 'Post-Office annual Glasgow directory', 1854-55, p. 65/75 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1855): 'Directory for the City of Aberdeen', 1855, p. 218 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1855): 'Glasgow Post Office Annual Directory for 1855', p. 623 (archive.org)

(**1856): 'The Post-Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1856', p. 431 (archive.org)

(*1857): 'The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory', 1857, p. 69-79 (archive.org)

(*1858): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1858, p. 98+246 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1859): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1859, p. 246 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1860): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1860, p. 98 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1861): 'Slater's (late Pigot & Co.'s) Royal national commercial directory and topography of Scotland', 1861, Dundee p.664, Edinburg p. 813, Glasgow p. 975 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1861): 'Slater's (late Pigot & Co.'s) Royal national commercial directory and topography of Scotland', 1861, p. 823, Aberdeen p. 270 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1863): 'POST OFFICE GLASCOW DIRECTORY FOR 1863, 1864, ARRANGED IN THREE DIVISIONS', 1863, p. 528+535

(*1864): 'Post Office Glasgow Directory for 1864', p. 549 (archive.org)

(*1866): 'Post Office Glasgow Directory', 1866

(x1869): 'Post Office Dundee Directory, including Lochee, Broughty Ferry, Newport, and the Rurual District in the vicinity of Dundee, for 1869-70', p. 531(digital.nls.uk)

(x1871): 'Post Office Dundee Directory, including Lochee, Broughty Ferry, Newport, and the Rurual District in the vicinity of Dundee, for 1871-72', p. 525+96 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1873): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1873, p. 288+101 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1874): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1874, p. 294+99 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1875): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1875, p. 298 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1875): 'The Commercial directory of Liverpool, and shipping guide', 1875, Aberdeen p. 434

(*1876): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1876, p. 305-306+103 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1877): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1877, p. 312 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1878): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1878, p. 321 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1879): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1879, p. 328 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1879): 'Glasgow Post Office Annual Directory for 1879', p. 881 (archive.org)

(**1880): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1880, p. 23 (Gallica)

(*1890): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1890, p. 373-374 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1890): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1890, p. 637 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1891): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1891, p. 380 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1891): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1891, p. 592+27 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1892): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1892, p. 389 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1892): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory for 1892', p. 598 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1893): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1893, p. 656-664 (Gallica)

(**1893): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1893, p. 396 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1893): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory' 1893, p. 611 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1894): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1894, p. 401 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1894): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1894, p. 624-625 (digital.nls.uk)

(xx1894): 'Progress - Commerce 1894', Rivers of the North, 1894 (messybeast.com)

(*1895): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1895, p. 717-718 (Gallica)

(**1895): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1895, p. 419 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1895): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1895, p. 637 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1896): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1896, p. 430-431 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1896): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1896, p. 650 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1897): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1897, p. 834-841 (Gallica)

(**1897): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1897, p. 356 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1897): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1897, p. 667 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1898): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1898, p. 468 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1898): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1898, p. 704-705 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1899): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1899, p. 496 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1899): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1899, p. 718-719 (digital.nls.uk)

 

(**1900): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1900, p. 494-495 (digital.nls.uk)

(***1900): 'Post-Office Edinburgh & Leith directory', 1900, p. 727-728 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1901): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1901, p. 468 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1902): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1902, p. 466 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1903): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1903, p. 1103-1110 (Gallica)

(**1903): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1903, p. 475 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1904): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1904, p. 475 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1905): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1905, p. 494 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1906): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique', 1906, p. 1091-1100 (Gallica)

(**1906): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1906, p. 508 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1907): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1907, p. 518 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1908): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1908, p. 527 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1909): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1909, p. 1105-1113 (Gallica)

(**1909): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1909, p. 553-554 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1910): 'Annuaire des artistes et de l'enseignement dramatique et musical', 1910, p. 1144-1153 (Gallica)

(**1910): 'Post Office Aberdeen Directory', 1910, p. 571 (digital.nls.uk)

(**1911): 'Post office Aberdeen Directory', 1911, p. 576 (digital.nls.uk)

(*1923): 'The Post Office Annual Glasgow Directory for 1923', p. 1458 (archive.org)

(1): 'Histoire de piano de 1700 à 1950', Mario Pizzi, 1983

(2): 'Makers of the Piano 1700-1820' and 'Makers of the Piano 1820-1860', Martha Novak Clinkscale, 1993

(4): Information by David Allan

 


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