Science and the ukulele

In the Popular Science Monthly of 1925 (page 62), it was reported that Morris Rothman of Bayonne, New Jersey, had invented a walking stick that can convert instantly into a ‘ukelele’. From the photograph accompanying the report, it seems to have a very thin sound box. I’d prefer a ukulele that could convert into a walking stick — it would probably have a better tone.

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