Program for The Pittsburgh Orchestra Association, Tuesday Evening, November 3, 1936.
Inside front cover of Pittsburgh Orchestra Association, Gibson and Volkwein's ad.
Note the price of Gibson guitars ranging from $27.50-$400.00. The $400 price being a Super 400, which was the newest and most expensive model at the time.
Volkwein's 'Music Teachers' Supply House' , featuring Gibson instruments in the store window below.
June 1942 ad about Volkwein's window display in Pittsburgh, PA.
This site will continually be updated over the next few years. Over the long-haul, I have managed to collect lots of Gibson pre-war ephemera and historical items. I
really enjoy adding pieces and hope that each item will help to shed more light on the early years of Gibson......in the meantime, enjoy the site and let me know what you think in the comment
Keep checking back. This is a busy year for me and as I get back to myinflightschedule
(April 8, 2015) I will have A LOT of new prewar items from my collection that I will be sharing........also, don't forget to post a note in the Guestbook about your thoughts on this site!