From original owner's family:

Doris "Dot" Marie Long
(shown with banjo)
born 1905.
The Long family grew up in Lowell, MA. Dennis Long owned a newspaper there.
Dot graduated from Simmons College in Boston in 1926. It was while at Simmons her father, Denny A. Long purchased the banjo for her. She always told me stories about college parties and speakeasy's and how exciting it was to “almost get caught”
19 fret Tenor
Nickel plated - non-engraved
Waverly tailpiece
Waverly tuning pegs
Elton Armrest
Rare variant- White Holly, not Rosewood
Double concentric rings
10-15/16" rim
Mixed marquetry
Clean-dress frets- seal inlays-setup on clear head-CGDA

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