I've read up on Steinway previously, but not to the extent of reading William Steinway's personal diary because it just wasn't accessible before. However, it is now! You can see/read all about it here:
Some things in the diary read like something in typical Victorian times, yet other things could have been written yesterday. I love this kind of thing and think it's fascinating!
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