Apollo

In 1901, the Melville Clark Piano Company introduced the Apollo line of pianos and player pianos. Melville Clark was an inventor and innovator, and these Apollo instruments were built as high quality, advanced instruments for their time. Apollo built pianos and player pianos under the names of Apollo, Art-Apollo and Apollophone (a player piano with a built in phonograph). In the 1920s, the famous Rudolph Wurlitzer Company gained control of both Melville Clark and Apollo, and they continued to build the Apollo line of pianos until the World War 2 era.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

Apollo Player Piano Catalog 1

Early 20th Century Apollo Player Piano Catalog, Circa 1906

Apollo Player Piano Catalog 2

Apollo Player Piano Catalog, Circa 1915, Featuring The Apollophone Player Piano/Phonograph Combination

Wurlitzer Apollo Catalog 1930 Early 20th Century illustrated Wurlitzer sales catalog featuring both "Wurlitzer" and "Apollo" brand of pianos and player pianos.
Apollo Advertisements Typical early 20th Century advertisements for the Apollo brand pianos and player pianos

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