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harmonica

Harmonicas like this were distributed as promotional merchandising associated with the performances and albums of the famed harmonica player, Larry Adler, (1914-2001) – who always referred to the instrument by its more generic name ‘mouth organ’.

Harmonicas like this were distributed as promotional merchandising associated with the performances and albums of the famed harmonica player, Larry Adler, (1914-2001) – who always referred to the instrument by its more generic name ‘mouth organ’.

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