Collection: Harvard Pianos

Harvard pianos were established in 1885 in Dayton, Kentucky, before being purchased by John Church and Frank Lee of the Everett Piano Company in 1894. Known for their reliability and excellent craftsmanship, Harvard pianos quickly became popular in the market. They were recognized for their distinctive individuality and musical merit, often marketed under the "Dayton Piano Company" and "John Church & Company" brands. The Harvard Piano Company was later moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, and continued production until the onset of the Great Depression.

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