New York City, New York, C.1875; Merrick, New York, 1915.
Son of Reuben Midmer; partner with his father in Reuben Midmer & Sons, 1875; purchased the firm from his father's estate, 1895; relocated the firm from Brooklyn to Merrick, New York; sold his interest in the firm to Maximillion Averbeck, c. 1915; the firm continued under the same name until 1924 when it became Midmer-Losh; died 27 May 1918 in Merrick, New York.
There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Reed Midmer, Sr.
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