National Geographic : 1920 Mar
I hI STEINWAY The Instrument of the Immortals There has been but one supreme piano in the history of music. In the days of Liszt and Wagner, of Rubinstein and Berlioz, the pre-eminence of the Steinway was as unquestioned as it is today. It stood then, as it stands now, the chosen instrument of the masters-the inevitable preference wherever great music is understood and esteemed. STEINWAY & SONS, Steinway Hall, 107-109 E. 14th St., New York Subway Express Stations at the Door "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"