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Grainger with Earle Kent and Kents Electronic Music Box 1951.tif
Percy Grainger with Dr Earle Kent, and ‘Dr Kent’s Electronic Music Box’, USA, c.1951

Reproduction from original 35 mm slide

Grainger Museum Archive, 99.6700.1

With his Free Music experiments conducted through the 1940s and 1950s,…

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Set of staff bells (detail), 1916; made by J.C. Deagan Inc. (Chicago) and Percy Aldridge Grainger

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Percy Grainger had a number of unique cases designed for the Grainger Museum, in preparation for the official opening in December 1938. The slanting desk case was created to showcase Percy Grainger's music manuscripts and his drawings of Free Music…

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Silver gelatin prints and mechanically printed postcard.

13.5 x 8.3 cm

Aimé Dupont was a fashionable New York studio where Grainger sat for a number of portraits sometime before November 1915. He had already made his debut to New York…

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Printed post card.

13.9 x 8.9 cm

Percy Grainger's portrait and information about his concert is printed in the form of a postcard.

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Silver gelatin prints and mechanically printed postcard.

17.6 x 12.6 cm

Aimé Dupont was a fashionable New York studio where Grainger sat for a number of portraits sometime before November 1915. He had already made his debut to New York…

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Silver gelatin prints and mechanically printed postcard.

17.6 x 12.6 cm

Aimé Dupont was a fashionable New York studio where Grainger sat for a number of portraits sometime before November 1915. He had already made his debut to New York…

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Sepia toned black and white photograph.

Photo: 23.2 x 16.2 cm
Photo and board: 33.3 x 25.1 cm

This is a portrait of Percy Grainger when he was 37 years old. A bar with music notes is printed on the proper right side of the photograph. An…

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Sepia toned black and white photograph.

Photo: 23.9 x 18.9 cm
Photo and board: 33.7 x 25.4 cm

This portrait of Percy Grainger depicts him facing the camera. The photograph appears to be printed directly on a mount board.

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Silver gelatin prints and mechanically printed postcard.

17.6 x 12.6 cm

Aimé Dupont was a fashionable New York studio where Grainger sat for a number of portraits sometime before November 1915. He had already made his debut to New York…
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