Annotated Checklist of Flutes Made in Connecticut
Camp, Jabez M.
(Checklist in chronological order)
NMM 6047. Flute by Uzal Miner, Hartford, Connecticut, ca. 1811-1822. Stamped on all joints: MINER / HARTFORD. Conical. Three sections. Boxwood with brass ferrule. One key (missing). Total length, 22-3/4" (580 mm). Ex coll.: Jack E. Werner, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Board of Trustees, 1997.
NMM 6031. Flute by Asa Hopkins, Litchfield, Connecticut, ca. 1829-1832. Stamped on head joint and foot joint: A. HOPKINS / LITCHFIELD / CONN; stamped on upper joint and heart piece: A. HOPKINS / LITCHFIELD. Conical. Five sections. Boxwood with ivory ferrules. One brass key. Total length, 23-1/8" (588 mm). Ex coll.: Jack E. Werner, Ann Arbor. Board of Trustees, 1997.
NMM 2775. Flute in C by Jabez M. Camp, Litchfield, ca. 1837-1839. Stamped on head joint, upper joint, heart piece, and foot joint: J. M. CAMP / LITCHFIELD / CONN. Conical. Five sections. African darkwood with ivory ferrules. Eight silver keys. Total length, 26-1/4" (668 mm). Arne B. Larson Collection, 1979.
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