The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 2632

Builder Identification

Brooklyn, New York, 1963; Englewood, New Jersey, 1964-1980; continued by Beaty until 1984; succeeded by Beaty & Associates.

Additional Notes

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

    Partnership of Richard S. Hartman and David C. Beaty; established in Brooklyn, New York, 1963; in Englewood, New Jersey, 1964-1980; continued by Beaty until 1984; succeeded by Beaty & Associates.

    *The editor has attempted to harmonize the related articles. The primary discrepancy is the start date and location for Hartman-Beaty Organ Co. This entry for Hartman-Beaty states that the company was started in Brooklyn, New York in 1963 and relocated to Englewood, New Jersey in 1964, the sources are identical to the entry for David Beaty. The entry for Richard Hartman puts the start date as 1963 in Englewood with David Beaty as the source. The entry for David Beaty gives the date as 1962 in Englewood presumably with David Beaty as the author of the letter to David Fox. –Ed.

    Staff: Paul Dormont; Louis Goedecke; Ronald Hebert; Frances J. Kain; Lawrence Nevin; Alan J. Ontko; David Quinlan; John Randolph; Denis Stile; Frank Thompson.

    Sources:

    • Letter to David Fox.
    • Organ Handbook (Organ Historical Society, 1985), 47.
    • Elizabeth Town Schmitt. 

Database Entries

There are 9 entries in the database that describe organs by Hartman-Beaty Organ Co. Inc.


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