Edwin S. Votey
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Edwin Scott Votey (June 8, 1856 - January 21, 1931) was an American inventor credited with invention of the pianola in 1895. The New York Times said that Votey was regarded as "the inventive genius of the automatic music industry".
- New York Times: January 22, 1931;E.S. VOTEY, INVENTOR OF PIANOLA, IS DEAD; Had Long Led in Automatic Music Industry and Was Aeolian Company Official. DIRECTOR OF JERSEY BANK Pioneer in Developing Reproducing Piano Lived in Summit-- Was 74 Years Old.
- Edwin Votey, Inventor of pianola
- The First PIANOLA, invented by Edwin S. Votey - c. 1895
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