By now J.C. Ellsworth, the local banker for Fowlerville, had owned an Estey organ for a year. From the sounds of the letter below -- received from a local reader who now owns parts of the organ -- Mr. Ellsworth had worked his way through all the music he had and needed something new:
Tomorrow, more correspondence and information on J.C. Ellsworth and his Estey organ.
On a side note, it is interesting to look at this letterhead to see what community leaders were part of the bank. One name jumps out at me -- Lewis H. Cooper. He was was an earlier druggist following in the steps of his father.