Chicago, Illinois, 1941; Schiller Park, Illinois, 1963; Des Plaines, Illinois, 1969.
- From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North America Organ Builders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). —
Founded by George Everett La Marche; active in 1941; in Schiller Park, Illinois, 1963; in Des Plaines, Illinois, 1969; successor to Orgelectra Co. and makers of Orgelectra organ rectifiers.
Staff: Austin W. La Marche; George La Marche; George La Marche Jr.
- Diapason, Dec. 1941, 31.
- George La Marche Jr.
- Music, published by the American Guild of Organists, Oct. 1969, 14. [Name changed to The American Organist starting with the Jan. 1979 issue.]
- Elizabeth Towne Schmitt.
- American Organist, Nov. 1963, 28.
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