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Cover/Intro
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Back Cover

Gibson Sounding Board Salesman Magazine
January, 1920

Introduction
The Sounding Board Salesman was a magazine sent out by Gibson to their sales agents at an unknown (at least twice a year) frequency. Alongside tips for how to sell instruments, there are such gems as the names of Gibson factory workers, corrections of errors catalog K, ads for a Gibson repair kit, sheet music for mandolin orchestras, and even a 1920s list of stolen instruments.

In order to show the magazine at a size that it is legible, the images and layout of these pages will require scrolling if your screen is smaller than 1280x1024 resolution. Clicking on the right hand page will move you forward, clicking on the left will move you back (or you can use the index links at the left of each page to jump around).

This document was added to the Archives June 23rd, 2006 by Dan Beimborn.
All images © 2006 Dan Beimborn