Kansas City, Missouri, 1915.
Established pipe organ factory in Kansas City, Missouri, 1915.
According to the Antique Piano Company website, the firm manufactured coin-operated pianos and orchestrions (automated combination piano and organ, usually with untuned percussion stops as well). The 'pipe organ' factory presumably made the pipes, chests, and winding for the orchestrions.
The company did not make conventional pianos, only automated instruments, so it is unlikely the firm made conventional organs. They were in business from c. 1907 until 1920.
There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Berry-Wood Piano Player Co.
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