from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A harmonium or reed-organ.
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Fences would not have improved her father's vast lawn, to her mind, or white paint the low-browed front of his dwelling; nor did she feel the want of a stair-carpet and a parlor-organ.
Loretta had a parlor-organ, and could play on it, and she was going to give Ann Mary lessons after
The hymns were accompanied by parlor-organ music when the sea was smooth enough to allow a performer to sit at the instrument without being lashed to his chair.
_Professor Moore_ plays skilfully the parlor-organ and piano-forte.
Nope, you're kind to your cat, Milt, but you weren't cut out to be no parlor-organ duet. "