1992.002.014

Catalog Date: 
07/23/2009
Gparent: 
6: T&E For Communication
Classes: 
music social & personal activity
Date: 
c. 1860
Notes: 
Object is part of the player piano currently at 607 Grove. That player piano was formerly at the boardinghouse in Mountain Home that was operated by the Bideganeta family. It was later moved to the Alibi Club also operated by the Bideganetas. "Agapito and Nicanora Bideganeta's piano from their boardinghouse and bar in Mountain Home, Idaho. circa 1860" - historical note from original accession record
Object Name: 
Drum
Parent: 
Musical T&E
People: 
Bideganeta - Uriona, Kim
Provenance: 
Tambourine that was part of the player piano now on display in 607 Grove.
Record As: 
Gift
Record Date: 
2/18/92
Record From: 
Kim Bideganeta-Uriona
Subjects: 
player piano music boardinghouse 607 Grove
Open bottomed drum; wood sides; ripped drum head; 6 metal clamps holding everything in place; sides are light wood; dark wooden circle fits around top; 12 leather strings are pulled tight across bottom of drum skin; attached to edges with metal screw and piece; under the leather strings is a wooden rectangle with felt; wooden pieces is attached to wire that connects to side of drum; on the side of the top piece of wood is a metal plaque; black with silver text "WILSON BROS MGF COMPANY CHICAGO U.S.A."; held in place by two small screws on either side