Two organ pipes.
Place MadeParis; Europe; France; Western Europe
Date MadeCirca 1908
DescriptionTechnical description: Two organ pipes with round tenons and usable with chest (583a). Flue pipes, wood, square section, open. (583d/1) with one hole in wall near top; (583d/21) with two holes in wall, one below the other, near the top.
Other InformationSpecific usage history: Formerly used in the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Glasgow.
Notesa. myers, october 1995.
MeasurementsLengths including tenons, (583d/1) 284; (583d/2) 336.Sounding lengths: (583d/1) 200; (583d/2) 252.Diameter of tenons: minima, 15.
ProvenancePart of the John G. McKendrick Bequest of Auditory Apparatus.; Given by the University of Glasgow per Professor R.W. Pickford.