Chicago Correspondence School

This large, two-sided broadside was circulated during the 1920s to advertise the Chicago Correspondence School of Music. As it explains, the cost of the course included an instrument. For those wanting to learn to play the banjo uke, the "Famous May-Ball Professional Banjo Ukulele" was offered. May-Bell was the brand of all the other instruments offered also, except for the violin which was a "Mastro."

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