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BuilderID 117

Builder Identification

Hagerstown, Maryland, 1992.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). —

    Mother of Christopher Anderson; with Reisner firm of Hagerstown, Maryland, owner of firm with Donald A. Anderson, 1992.

    Source:

    • American Organist, Feb. 1992, 54.
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  • See main entry: W. H. Reisner Manufacturing Co. [Reisner Inc.]
     

  • From the OHS Database Builders Listing editor, August 14, 2016. —

    Irene Anderson (birth name unknown) was born on February 1, 1920, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She married Donald Anderson on July 25, 1942. The Andersons moved to Hagerstown, Maryland in November of 1960. She was co-owner of W. H. Reisner Manufacturing Co. [Reisner Inc.] with her husband. Mrs. Anderson passed away on April 16, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown, Maryland at age 92.

    Source:

    • "Irene Anderson" obituary, Hagerstown (Maryland) Herald-Mail, April 17, 2012, accessed August 14, 2016, (http://articles.herald-mail.com/2012-04-17/obituaries/31358096_1_marie-anderson-julia-anderson-irene-anderson), Accessed August 14, 2016.
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