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BuilderID 1936

Builder Identification

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, c. 1980s.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, revised edition, by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1997). —

    Henry L. Fabry (Inc.) was active in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, c. 1980s.

    Blue Bell is an unincorporated community approximately 20 miles north-northeast of Philadelphia. –Ed.

    Sources:

    • A mailing list of purchasers of organ supplies compiled by several prominent firms. The entries that appear in this list are of undetermined date and may not necessarily represent organbuilders.
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  • From the OHS Database Builders Listing editor, November 27, 2016. —

    Henry L. Fabry, Inc. is a Pennsylvania Business Corporation filed on April 11, 1969 . The company's filing status is listed as Active. The company's address is 884 Parkwood Drive, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.

    The company has three principals on record. The principals are Alan S Siwy, Catherine A Siwy, and Norman Lester, all from Cedars, Pennsylvania.

    Source:

    • Bizapedia, https://www.bizapedia.com/pa/henry-l-fabry-inc.html, Accessed 27 November, 2016.
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Database Entries

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