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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2020 5:26 am 
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Oops, my mistake. With respect to the Taylor/Anderson set at the National Museum, I did get a quick reply to my Inquiry in April 2020.

Dr. Jennifer Goff of the Museum wrote right back. She said the set has yet to be photographed, and sent this description, with registration number

"DF:1972.7.1-5. Set of Uilleann pipes by Taylor. Silver and ivory mounts. Green velvet bag with gold trimming and red and gold embroidered border. Leather straps."

Nick


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 5:13 am 
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I have added three more entries to my page on pipemakers in North America.

John Scorgie (c. 1773-1822) New York City, earliest known uilleann pipemaker in America
James Joseph Smith (1855-1935) Belleville, New Jersey
Daniel Sullivan (c. 1851-1912) Boston. Well-known fiddle player

Irish or Uilleann Bagpipe Makers, North America, Before 1950

and the home page: Lives of the Pipers

Nick Whitmer
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