Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, from 1945.
B.L. McCrary established McCrary Pipe Organ Service in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1945 as an organ service firm. He operated the firm until his retirement (date unknown but after 1982) when his son, Mark L. McCrary took over the business. The firm was the Oklahoma sales and service representative for M.P. Moller of Hagerstown, Maryland, until 1992 when the Moller firm went out of business. The firm continues to operate although in a very limited manner with Mark McCrary as the only employee.
The following note is from a previous version of this entry; it has been superseded by the note above, which contains new information or corrects errors or inaccuracies.
From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1991). —
Active in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1982; resided with Mark L. McCrary.
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