3 edition of The organ fifty years hence found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Francis Burgess.|
|LC Classifications||ML607 .B97|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., -32 p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||10014232|
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The organ fifty years hence ; a study of its development in the light of its past history and present tendencies by Burgess, Francis, Pages: The organ fifty years hence: a study of its development in the light of its past history and present tendencies.
"Fifty Years Hence" is a quasi-fictional work by Robert Grimshaw, a professional engineer, with the intent of making a serious prediction of America's technological future, using engineering knowledge from his time in The fictional narrator is year-old Francis : Robert Grimshaw.
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"Fifty Years Hence" is a quasi-fictional work by Robert Grimshaw, a professional engineer, with the intent of making a serious prediction of America's technological future, using engineering knowledge from his time in The fictional narrator is year-old Francis Ainsworth. At the Masonic Lodge in New York City, Francis hears a fascinating lecture, based in Masonic mysticism, by one.
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In its early life-in fact at any time in its maiden state-its main function is, so to speak, to keep out of the way and obtrude itself upon its owner as little as may be: it has to abide; its day. The essay itself had appeared in different forms under the same bold headline—"Fifty Years Hence"—in different magazines the year before.
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The organ fifty years hence ; a study of its development in the light of its past history and present tendencies. (London: W. Reeves, ), by Francis Burgess (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Method for pipe organ. (Cincinnati: Church, ), by Clarence Eddy (page images at.
The second one, "Fifty Years Hence, or What May Be in ," was published inwhen his career had been established for about 20 years. "Fifty Years Hence" is a quasi-fictional work with the evident intent by Robert of making a sincere or "serious" effort to predict the future, again from an almost purely Modern point of view.
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