Wesley pianos were manufactured by S. W. Raudenbush of St. Paul, Minnesota during the 1900 – 1930 era. S. W. Raudenbush was established in 1883 by S.W. Raudenbush and sons W.R. Raudenbush & F.M. Raudenbush. The Raudenbush factory was located at University & Pillsbury Street, St. Paul. After the turn-of-the-century, sons W. R. Raudenbush & F. M. Raudenbush joined the firm. Pianos were built under the “Raudenbush & Sons” brand name as well as the “Garland” and “Wesley” brand names. S. W. Raudenbush was known for building high quality pianos, offering a full line of upright pianos, player pianos and and baby grand pianos. The Raudenbush firm went out of business during The Great Depression.
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Early 20th Century Advertisement For The Wesley Piano Company ( S.W. Raudenbush & Sons)