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The American issue. [volume] (Westerville, Ohio) 1912-19??, March 22, 1912, Image 16

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Play the Piano
In One Hour
Without Lessons or Knowledge of
Music You Can Play the Piano
or Organ in One Hour.
Wonderful New System That Even A
Child Can Use.
FREeTtRIAL
She Doesn’t Know One Note From Anoth*
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A musical genius from Chicago has
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anyone can learn to play the Piano or
Organ in one hour. With this new method
you don’t have to know one note from
another, yet in an hour of practice you
can be playing the popular music with all
the lingers of both hands and playing it
well.
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