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My father, also a woodworker, received a book on woodworking as a gift
from my mother in 1945. The occasion was their 1st wedding anniversary.
This short paragraph by John Ruskin (19th century) is on the inside cover.
It embodies the spirit of what we try to be at A Different Drummer.

When we build, let us think that we build forever.
Let it not be for present delight nor for present use
alone. Let it be such work as our descendants will
thank us for; and let us think, as we lay stone on
stone, that a time is to come when those stones
will be held sacred because our hands have
touched them, and that men will say, as they look
upon the labor and wrought substance of them,
“See! This our father did for us.” -John Ruskin

Over the years, the development of the d'Aigle Autoharp has involved many friends.
This is a list of some of the people who have aided me directly in ways both large
and small. The names are listed alphabetically, along with the capacity in which
they helped. I am sure this list will only grow as time goes by, as does my appreciation.

Bill Berg
Cathy Britell
Keith Daigle
Mike Daigle
Polly Daigle
Tony Daigle
Jim Danson
Ted Ewing
Bob Fish
Tom Fladmark
John Gray
Able Fortune
Rick Hobert
Roby Ishii
Jim Kilpatrick
John Kooch
Briauna Lee
Bob Lewis
Milo Mateer
George Orthey
Steve Smith
Bob Taylor
Claudia Vellandi

Web Consultant
Musician, Autoharp Aficionado
Repair Technician, Photographer
Web Publishing
My idea lady, chief editor
Editor
Machinist
Tool Master
Graphic Artist
Custom Strings
Luthier
Luthier
Machinist
Vacuum Technology
Vacuum Technology
Composites Engineer
Head Web Design, Apprentice
Master Autoharp Technician
Machinist
Master Autoharp Luthier
Moldable Synthetics
Luthier
Advertising Consultant

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Contact us with any questions:
d’Aigle Autoharps And Folk Instruments
19106 Des Moines memorial Drive S
SeaTac, WA   98148

206-439-3549
1-800-630-HARP (4277)

daigleharp@gmail.com