Title: Hafley’s Music House tradecard, 15 Market Square, Chattanooga

Catalog Number: 2017.018.0001

Date (Years): 1891-1900


Tradecard from Hafley’s Music House. Features a color caricature of a running fireman with a bushy moustache, fireman’s hat, and big black boots. In one hand he’s holding a piano tuning tool, the other is held up with palm facing out. “To the Rescue’ is printed above the fireman. Beneath is “Hafley’s Music House Pianos and Organs, Musical Merchandise, Etc. 15 Market Square, Chattanooga.” Circa 1890s.

Address is 15 Market Square, which is currently on the north side of the Patten Parkway.

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