Mansfield Depot, Connecticut, 1898.
- From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, rev. ed., by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1997). —
Patent awarded to Fenelon C. McCollum in Mansfield Depot, Connecticut, 1898. He likely was either the brother or son of Erastus S. McCollum. Fenelon C. McCollum was deceased by September, 1923.
- Patent #608,704; 9 August 1898; pipe foot.
- Patent #844,613; 19 February 1907; pipe foot.
- Patent #1,712,152; 7 May 1929; pipe foot
- There are no sources listed in Fox's Guide to North American Organbuilders It is assumed the information for the patents is taken from the text of the United States patents whose numbers are listed here as that is the usual practice. The reference to Erastus S. McCollum is likely based on the entry for that individual who is known to have had a brother. The source for the ending limit for Fenelon's death has not been determined.
There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Fenelon C. McCollum.
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