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Purchased in the 1830s and made by J. Kent for Graves & Company in Winchester, New Hampshire, this brass and copper bugle was played at a Whig convention in Greenfield, Massachusetts, in 1840 during the Harrison (for President) campaign. Its owner, George Stebbins, led a local band.


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Keyed Bugle

creator   Graves and Company
date   1837-1838
location   New Hampshire
width   5.5"
height   6.5"
length   21.5"
process/materials   brass, copper
item type   Communication/Musical Tools and Equipment
accession #   #1892.19

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