Viv Anderson is listed with no international appearances. Goalkeeper Chris Woods is listed with not having made a League appearance, which is true (he starred for Forest in the League Cup when Shilton was cup-tied).
Community Curator A Project of the Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall Parlor Guitar Beau Bledsoe Guitar made by C. Martin & Sons of Nazareth, PA 1855-1860 Kansas City Museum Accession No.1981.60.1 Dimensions: 27 x 10 x 4 inches The Old Martin in the Museum The American “parlor guitar” in the Kansas City Museum collection typifies many transitional elements between European and American guitar building in the mid 19th century.
More than six decades after the Kansas City Museum guitar was made, Martin produced a second and most enduring innovation, the dreadnought guitar.
In 1906, the British Royal Navy had shocked the world by launching a battleship, the HMS Dreadnought, considerably larger than any in service.
The guitar also shows sign of having been retrofitted with a tin tailpiece most likely in the 1930’s when such “cowboy guitars” were in fashion.
In 1979, it was given a new maple bridge plate as part of a series of restorations done at the Martin Guitar factory.
This instrument, donated by Kansas City musician and educator Mike Morris, features Brazilian rosewood back and sides, spruce soundboard, ebony finger board, ebonized Spanish cedar neck and Jerome tuning machines with ivory tuner buttons.