Difference between revisions of "Whidbey Islander Pipes"

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They were made by '''Travor LaRue''' and his son-in-law '''Chuck Whitmore''' in Langley on Whidbey Island (Washington State) and also sold there in The Old Virginia Pipe Shop, which does not exist anymore.
 
They were made by '''Travor LaRue''' and his son-in-law '''Chuck Whitmore''' in Langley on Whidbey Island (Washington State) and also sold there in The Old Virginia Pipe Shop, which does not exist anymore.
  
Trav LaRue deceased in 1983 and Chuck Whitmore went off to Seattle to work in the film industry.
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Trav LaRue deceased in 1983 and Chuck Whitmore went off to Seattle to work in the theatre industry.
  
 
[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]]
 
[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]]
 
[[Category: United States]]
 
[[Category: United States]]

Revision as of 22:29, 25 July 2010

Whidbey Islander Pipes are high-praised, but very rarely seen freehand pipes.

They were made by Travor LaRue and his son-in-law Chuck Whitmore in Langley on Whidbey Island (Washington State) and also sold there in The Old Virginia Pipe Shop, which does not exist anymore.

Trav LaRue deceased in 1983 and Chuck Whitmore went off to Seattle to work in the theatre industry.