Buffalo, New York, second half of 19th century.
Active in Buffalo, New York, second half of 19th century.
Ochse lists Dishmer along with five other names as being "other organ builders in Buffalo" besides Garret House and Derrick & Felgemaker. She gives no other information on Dishmer, nor does she give her sources in this instance. The dates are derived from the chapter title "Organs in an Industrial Society: 1860–1910. 'Ditmar' as an alternative spelling is a suggestion by Fox, not Ochse, and is based on the similarity to "Christian Ditsmer" who was a builder in Buffalo in 1859 according to an article in The Tracker 9:2 (1964, Spring), 10. —Ed.
There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Christian [Ditmar?] Dishmer.
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