Mr. Leedy and the House of Wonder: The Story of the World's Finest Drums
(Percussion). A traveling drummer from 19th-century Ohio, Ulysses Grant Leedy settled in Indianapolis and built the House of Wonder a factory that set the standard for all drum companies to follow. This book takes readers inside Leedy's world: his people, his designs, and the growth of his amazing enterprise.
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The Early Years
Palmer St Barth Ave
The Leedy Drum Topics
The Move To Elkhart
Leedy The Man
The Great Leedy Indianapolis Drums
The Leedy Factory Today
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