Piano stool

My great great grandmother was the first person who owned this stool. She was a paino player on Oklahoma. Her job was to play music during the silent movies. The chair was made in the United States and has been passed down through the family for three generations so far. This chair has set in my den for years and I have looked at it many times. I had not realized how important it was until last week. Before then the only thing I had known it for was that I was tought how to play paino while I was sitting on the stool.  I came to learn that my grandmother and my mother both learned how to play paino on this bench. After I learned the importance of this chair I would now like to have it when I gate older so I can teach my children how to play paino with the bench and continue the tradition.

Place(s): Oklahoma

– Drew Mathis

Relationship:  Great-grandchild of im/migrant or more Great-grandchild of im/migrant or more