The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 2542

Builder Identification

New Haven, Connecticut, 1898–1940s.

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) —

    Hall Organ Co. succeeded the partnership of Harrison & Hall; it was established by Harry Hall in New Haven, Connecticut, 1898; he relocated to West Haven, Connecticut; and incorporated the firm in 1912. Hall sold the firm, it was controlled by the Welte Corp. and Estey-Welte Corp., 1925-1927. Raymond H. Clarke was the last owner; he closed the business in the late 1940s.

    Staff: Eugene Braun; Joseph H. Brunner; Frederick Campkin; Charles F. Chadwick; William R. Dorr; C. B. Floyd; Herbert C. Harrison; Edwin E. Haslam; Charles Jack; W. B. Lowry; H. J. Milliman; F. A. Moesch; Clifford R. North; Edward H. North; George A. North; Frank Symmes; Charles Wales; Samuel R. Warren; H. R. Yarroll.

Database Entries

There are 541 entries in the database that describe organs by Hall Organ Co.

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Setterboard and Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by Jim Stark

Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by Lee Wahlert

Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by Jerry Mead