Alliance, Ohio 1898–1973.
Partnership of Alfred Hillgreen, Charles Alva Lane, and Silas S. Williams in Alliance, Ohio, 1898; ceased operation 1 April, 1973.
Staff: Gustav Adolphson; D. Byron Arneson; Theodore Baumann; James J. Blackman; John Chelberg; Harold T. Depue; Gustav F. Dhring; Norman A. Greenwood; Robert L. Hillgreen, Sr. & Jr.; Honolulu Music Co.; James E. Miller; Carl M. Oman; Hjalmar Peterson; Oscar Peterson; Pipe Organ Service Co.; Fred F. Pitts; Rudolf A. Ritter; Bruce Snyder; Clarence J. Sullivan; Will A. Watkin Co.; Fred W. A. Witt.
Sources: Diapason: Jan. 1910, Feb. 1929:6, Feb. 1931:2. Junchen, David; Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. 1 (Pasadena: Showcase Publications, 1985), p.159. Ochse, Orpha, The History of the Organ in the United States (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1975), p.327.
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