Beverly, Massachusetts ca. 1921-ca. 1950
William W. Laws (father of William F. Laws) was with the Austin firm of Hartford, Connecticut; and later with Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, Massachusetts. He established his own firm in Beverly, Massachusetts, by 1921; he was succeeded by his son, William F. Laws, around 1950.
Staff: Carl Bassett,1 Arthur Birkmaier; Walter Birkmaier; Frederick S. Brockbank; Roston Kershaw.
1) "My father began working for Laws Organ Company in Beverly, Massachusetts, I believe, in 1921-21, as a general purpose helper at the age of 13, to support his mother and siblings after his father deserted them. His skills were developed over the years, and in the early 1930's, he went to work for Ernest M. Skinner in Boston."
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