The OHS Pipe Organ Database

Organbuilders

The table below includes the names of all organbuilders whose individual or firm names appear in our table of organbuilders. The scope and content of the list is described on this page. The names you see in the list below are all those we have received as of March 1, 2017.

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Each entry in our table of organbuilders is given an ID number, unique to that form of the builder's name. The list below includes all the builders in ID order. If you prefer an alphabetical listing, simply click the column heading to change the order in which the builders are listed. Clicking the heading of the Name column will arrange the table alphabetically. Please be aware that the alphabetical listing by name is based on the commonly used name of the firm. For example, "A. B. Felgemaker Co." will be alphabetized under "F" rather than "A."

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Quick List

ID Builder Short description
1 A. & J. Pipe & Reed Organ Service Newburgh, New York c.1970–1990s.
2 A. B. Felgemaker Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, 1875–1918.
3 A. Capra & Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1899?–1905.
4 A. G. & J. P. Hunter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c.1830–1867; succeeded by J.P. Hunter (& Sons).
5 A. Gottfried & Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, 1895–1946; Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1946–1948; Roanoak, Virginia, c. 1949–c. 1950.
6 A. H. Blank Theatrical Enterprises Des Moines, Iowa, early 1900s.
7 A. J. & J. A. Rizzo Brooklyn, New York, 1925.
8 A. J. Schantz, Sons & Co. Orrville, Ohio. Name of firm 1892–1946, succeeded by Schantz Organ Co.
9 A. James Aebel & Sons Organ Service Royal Oak, Michigan, 1950s–1989, relocated to Novi, Michigan 1991.
10 A. L. & M. A. Ware Organ Pipe Manufacturers Millis, Massachusetts, late 1800s; firm dissolved, 1899.
11 A. R. Schopp's Sons Alliance, Ohio, from 1954; successor to Gutfleisch & Schopp.
12 A. W. Brandt & Co. Columbus, Ohio, 1932–1981.
13 Aadland Pipe Organ Co. Valley Springs, South Dakota from 1972.
14 Vincent S. Aarons New York City, New York, c. 1922.
15 Abbott & Sieker Los Angeles, California, 1961–1994.
16 Richard Larry Abbott Los Angeles, California, 1951–1994.
17 Z. Abbott Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, 1853
18 David Abel Los Angeles, California, 1980s.
19 George Abel New York City, New York, 1880–1903.
20 Gus Abeling San Francisco, California, c. 1910.
21 J. Aberg, [Oberg?] New York City, New York, 1873.
22 Franz [Frank J.] Abler Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870–1888.
23 Daniel F. Abrahamson Lawrence, Kansas, from 1961.
24 A. L. Abrams San Francisco, California, 1918.
25 Robert Abrams Deerfield, New Hampshire, by 1988.
26 Sylvain S. Abrams San Francisco, California, 1916; Van Nuys, California, 1917-1920s.
27 Acadia Organ Co. Bar Harbor, Maine, 1970s.
28 W. F. Achenbach Lebanon, Pennsylvania, c.1888.
29 F. H. Ackeman Elgin, Illinois, 1910.
30 Kenneth Acrea St. Peter, Minnesota, 1980s; in Des Moines, Iowa.
31 Charles W. Adams Providence, Rhode Island, 1883-1914.
32 Frederick Adams Providence, Rhode Island, 1891.
33 George F. Adams Location unknown, 1927.
34 George Whitefield Adams Medfield, Massachusetts, early 19th century
35 Gilbert F. Adams Boston, Massachusetts, 1958-1963; New York City, NY 1965-1980s; Charlotte, North Carolina 1980s; Monroe, North Carolina from 1992–2015.
36 Jeremy Adams Danvers, Massachusetts from 1980s.
37 Jerroll Adams Milan, Michigan, from 1970s.
38 John E. Adams Burlington, Massachusetts, 1963.
39 Joseph Adams Warrensburg, Missouri, 1986.
40 L. L. Adams Orlando, Florida, early 1900s.
41 Louis F. Adams Providence, Rhode Island, 1885–1900; Louisville, Kentucky, 1900–19__?; Orlando, Florida, 1944.
42 Stephen L. Adams Portland, Oregon, 1989.
43 Welcome K. Adams Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1870–after 1883, but no later than 1890s.
44 Adams-Bufano Organ Co. New York City, New York, 1963–1965.
45 J. Fred Ade (Adé) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1960s.
46 C. L. Adler Louisville, Kentucky, 1909.
47 Michael Adler Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1986–1989.
48 Gustav Adolphson Alliance, Ohio, by 1927.
49 A. J. [A. James?] Aebel New York City, New York, 1928.
50 The Aeolian Co. New York City, c. 1887; Detroit, Michigan, 1899; Garwood, New Jersey, 1900.
51 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. Boston, Massachusetts, 1932-1972.
52 Aeolian-Votey (Detroit) Detroit, Michigan, 1899–1901.
53 Aeolian-Votey (New Jersey) Reorganized Aeolian Company of Garwood, New Jersey, 1927–1932.
54 Aethereal Pipe Organs Franklin, Massachusetts, 1971–1981.
55 Agrell & Thorpe Denver, Colorado, 1992.
56 Alfred Ahlfors Eslof, Sweden, 1899.
57 Aiken Associates Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, 1976.
58 Louis Aimé St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, c. 1905.
59 Michael J. Ainor Pittsburgh area, Pennsylvania, 1982.
60 Charles Ainslie Santa Cruz, California, 1989; Roy, Washington, date unknown
61 Charles C. Aitken Organbuilders Granby, Connecticut, 1973; Harwinton, Connecticut, c. 1983–2011.
62 James F. Akright Baltimore, Maryland 1970s-1991.
63 Benjamin Alarcon Highland, Illinois, before 1989.
64 Randy Alberternst Highland, Illinois. from 1989.
65 Uddo J. Albertsen Pekin, Illinois, 1885-1902.
66 Alden Organ Stop Factory Bruce, Wisconsin prior to 1912, acquired by Hamilton Manufacturing Co.
67 (___) Alexander Short Falls, New Hampshire, c. 1961
68 Richard Alford Bainbridge, Georgia, 1979; Millersville, Pennsylvania, c. 1980; Orlando, Florida 1980-82; Richmond, Virginia, since 1995.
69 Alford-Pruett Organ Co. Bainbridge, Georgia, c. 1980s.
70 William H. Alfring St Louis, Missouri c.1902; Garwood, New Jersey, 1931; New York City, New York 1932-1937
71 All Service Organ Co. Huntington Station, New York, c. 1980s
72 B. Allan Merrick, New York, 1930
73 Alpha Allard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1944.
74 Arthur Allard Jr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
75 Arthur Allard Sr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
76 Jean-Guy Allard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
77 Allegheny Pipe Organ Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1980s.
78 Allen Organs Macungie, Pennsylvania, 1995.
79 (___) Allen, [Edward H.?] East Berkshire, Vermont, c. 1885.
80 Charles W. Allen Seattle, Washington, 1947–1973.
81 Frank Allen St. Louis, Missouri, 1940s.
82 H. H. Allen Richmond, Virginia, 1930.
83 Joel Allen Middlefield, Connecticut, 1790.
84 Joseph S. Allen Chicago, Illinois, 1919.
85 Orla D. Allen Detroit, Michigan, 1899; Hartford, Connecticut, 1917.
86 Robert Allen Westfield, Massachusetts, by 1860.
87 (___) Alleran San Francisco, California, 1880s.
88 Joseph Alley Jr. Newburyport, Massachusetts, mid 1800s.
89 Joseph Alley Sr. Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1826–1851.
90 Allied Arts Inc. Oronaco, Minnesota, c. 1980s.
91 David Friederich Allmendinger (Piano & Organ Co.) Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1869–1888.
92 Allovan & Co. San Francisco, California, late 1800s.
93 Jonathan Edward Ambrosino Boston, Massachusetts, 1980s; Hartford, Connecticut, early 1990s; Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 1996.
94 American Church Organ Works Gloversville, New York, 1870s.
95 American Classic (Pipe) Organs DeKalb, Illinois, 1981; Courtland, Illinois, 1982–1985.
96 American Institute of Organbuilders (AIO) Established 1974.
97 American Master Organ Co. New York City, New York, 1914–1916; Paterson, New Jersey, 1916–1917.
98 American Organ Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1979; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, c. 1980s.
99 American Organ Supply Co. Pomeroy, Ohio 1909
100 American Organ Supply Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin ca. 1990.
101 American Photo Player Co. Berkeley, California c. 1912–1925, corporate offices in San Francisco area, production moved to Van Nuys, California 1925–1929.
102 American Pipe Organ Co. [possibly two different firms] Berkeley, California, 1916; Washington, Missouri, 1979.
103 American Steel & Wire Co. Primary office in Chicago, Illinois.
104 (___) Amidon Brattleboro, Vermont, before 1904–1924.
105 Beaufort J. Anchor New York City, New York, 1880s; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892–1932.
106 John M. Anchor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1939.
107 Anderson Organ Service Phoenix, Arizona, c. 1980s
108 (___) Anderson New York City, New York, 1870.
109 (___) Anderson Brattleboro, Vermont, 1900s–1924.
110 C. A. Anderson Berkeley, California, c. 1900.
111 C. H. Anderson Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1898.
112 Charles Anderson Denver, Colorado, c. 1875.
113 Christopher Anderson Hagerstown, Maryland, 1990s.
114 David Anderson Salt Lake City, Utah, c. 1860s.
115 Donald Anderson Hagerstown, Maryland, 1980s-1992.
116 George Anderson Bellwood, Illinois, by 1989.
117 Irene Anderson Hagerstown, Maryland, 1992.
118 Nels Anderson Chicago, Illinois, c. 1885
119 O. (Olave or Olaus?) Anderson Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1871–1872.
120 Thomas H. Anderson Easton, Massachusetts, by 1979; North Easton, Massachusetts, 1983-1996.
121 Victor Anderson Chicago, Illinois, 1893–1898.
122 William W. Anderson Chicago, Illinois 1920s
123 Anderson-Silsby Denver, Colorado, ca. 1875.
124 Eben H. Anderton New York City, New York, 1922.
125 Andover Organ Co. Methuen, Massachusetts ca. 1950–1970; Lawrence, Massachusetts from 1970.
126 F. L. Andren Queens {New York City}, New York, 1927.
127 Andrews Organ Co. Gloucester, Massachusetts ca. 1948.
128 Alvinza Andrews Waterville, New York 1834–1854; Sangerfield (Utica?), New York 1854–1862.
129 Charles Backus Andrews Oakland, California 1886–1906.
130 David Andrews Penfield, New York, 1967.
131 E. B. Andrews Osborn Hollow, New York, 1867.
132 George N. Andrews Sangerfield, New York, 1859; Oakland, California 1886.
133 Harold Andrews Jr. Cape Cod area, Massachusetts, c. 1956.
134 James Andrews Richmond, Virginia, 1980s.
135 Warren Andrews Essex, Massachusetts, 1940s-1950s.
136 Andrus Brothers London, Ontario, Canada, 1859–1874.
137 Norman André Valhalla, New York from 1980s.
138 Lawrence Angel Millersville, PA, c. 1980.
139 Angell Pipe Organs, Inc. Rye, then Port Chester, New York, 1960s.
140 Bruce Angell Port Chester, New York, 1967.
141 Charles E. Angell Providence, Rhode Island, 1896
142 Edward W. Angell Springfield, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New York, 1890; Merrick, Long Island, New York, 1938.
143 Angerstein & Associates Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1983-1987.
144 Daniel L. Angerstein Organ Works Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1994–1998; Hendersonville, North Carolina from 1998.
145 Linda Angerstein Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1985.
146 Wilbur Antis Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
147 (___) Antisell San Francisco, California, c. 1871.
148 P. G. Anton St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1872
149 Andrew Antoniazzi New York City, New York
150 Horace Apel New York City, New York, 1928.
151 Appalachia Organ Co. Mount Savage, Maryland, 1988.
152 Blake Applegate Portland, Oregon, 1990.
153 Appleton & Davis Reading, Massachusetts, 1856.
154 Appleton & Warren Boston, Massachusetts, 1847–1850.
155 Thomas Appleton Boston, Massachusetts, 1847–1850; Reading, Massachusetts, 1850–1872.
156 Gabriello Arcangelli St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
157 André Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
158 Bernard Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
159 Gilles Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
160 Ireneé Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
161 Irène Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951
162 Jean-Guy Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952
163 Madeleine Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956
164 Norbert Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942
165 Yves Archambault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945
166 Thomas P. Archer Louisville, Kentucky, 1910.
167 Enrique Arcos Toluca, Mexico, 1945.
168 Manuel Arcos Queretaro, Mexico, 1866–1938.
169 Arkansas Organ Co. Warren, Arkansas, 1946.
170 Samuel Arlidge Allegheny City {Pittsburgh}, Pennsylvania, 1843–1847.
171 John B. Armstrong Wakefield, Rhode Island, c. 1872.
172 Oliver D. Armstrong Detroit, Michigan, 1855–1857.
173 A. L. Armuth San Francisco, California, before 1918.
174 Arndt Organ Supply Co. Ankeny, Iowa, from 1966.
175 Robert E. Arndt Ankeny, Iowa from 1966.
176 D. Byron Arneson Garwood, New Jersey, late 1940s; Alliance, Ohio, 1956–1961; Hagerstown, Maryland, 1977–1994.
177 Robert Arnold New York City, New York, 1980s.
178 Alexander Arnot Springfield, Massachusetts, 1917.
179 Roy Arnovitch San Francisco, California, before 1918.
180 Joseph Arpajou St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1906.
181 Art Organ Co. New York City, New York, 1905.
182 Art Pipe Organs Brand name of the Wangerin-Weickhardt firm, 1921.
183 Artcraft Organ Co. Los Angeles, California, 1915; Santa Monica, California, 1923; closed 1928.
184 David Arthur England prior to 1911; North Tonawanda, New York, c. 1911; New York City, NY, 1925; Los Angeles, California; before 1933
185 Artisan Builders Fargo, North Dakota, 1986
186 Artisan Organs Kenmore, Washington, from 1947
187 Artizan Factories North Tonawanda, New York, 1918.
188 Artona Brand name of the Doman Corp.
189 William Aschmann Jr. Milwaukee, Wisconsin; (in Omaha, Nebraska, c. 1871?); in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, after 1878
190 William Aschmann Sr. New York City, New York, c. 1835; in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1847-1861?
191 Gilbert [Gilfert] Ash New York City, New York, 1750s.
192 William Ashburn Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.
193 Associated Keyboard Technicians Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1982.
194 Associated Organ Craftsmen Westons Mills, New York, c. 1980s
195 Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America (APOBA) United States and Canada, from 1944;
196 Anthony O. Theophilus Astenius Lindsborg, Kansas, c. 1902; Chicago, Illinois; Long Beach, California before 1931
197 John G. B. Astenius, (& Sons) Sweden prior to 1875; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois, late 1800s-1905
198 Frank Astle Boston, Massachusetts, 1924.
199 Amory T. Atkin Harrisville, New Hampshire, 1970s-1991.
200 Charles Atkins Boston, Massachusetts, 1912.
201 Atlas Organ Co. Bronx {New York City}, New York, 1939-1940s.
202 John T. Atwood Jr. Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1970s; Vermont prior to 2015.
203 Mary T. Atzinger Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1975, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1975.
204 Claude Aubin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
205 Gilles Aubin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
206 Harry F. Auch Erie, Pennsylvania, 1922.
207 Henry Auch Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
208 Gordon S. Auchincloss Ohio 1970-72; Connecticut 1973-76; New York 1976-86; Pennsylvania/Connecticut 1986-95.
209 André Auclair St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
210 Jean Audet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1902, 1905.
211 George Ashdown Audsley New York 1892-1910; California 1923; New Jersey 1924-1925.
212 Fred F. Auer San Francisco, California, 1923.
213 Raymond Auger St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
214 Rita Auger St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
215 August A. Laine (& Son) New Orleans, Louisiana, 1944.
216 August Prante's Sons Louisville, Kentucky, 1901–1904.
217 August Prante's Sons Louisville, Kentucky, c. 1910s.
218 Adam Ault Hanover, Adams {now York} County, Pennsylvania, late 1700s-1848.
219 Aultz & Associates Cincinnati, Ohio, 1980s.
220 Austin Maintenance Inc. Bogota, New Jersey, 1985
221 Austin Organ Co. Hartford, Connecticut, 1898–1937; Firm name from inception until 1937.
222 Austin Organ Service Freehold, New Jersey, from 1980s.
223 Basil Frank Austin Hartford, Connecticut, 1937–1967.
224 Basil George Austin Hartford, Connecticut, 1911‐1936.
225 Donald Basil Austin Hartford, Connecticut, 1954–2004.
226 Frederic Basil Austin Hartford, Connecticut, 1935–1990
227 Harry White Austin Hartford, Connecticut, early 1900s.
228 John Austin Burlington, Iowa, 1913.
229 John E. Austin Suffolk, Virginia, 1980s.
230 John Turnell Austin Detroit, Michigan, 1889–1898; Hartford, Connecticut 1899–1948.
231 M. Austin Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
232 Willis E. Austin Minneapolis, Minnesota, c1919.
233 Aristide Authier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1947.
234 Automatic Musical Co. Kansas City West, Kansas, c. 1909.
235 Automatic Musical Instrument Co. Grand Rapids, Michigan, c. 1910.
236 Automatic Organ Co. Succeeded American Automatic Organ Co.; Boston, Massachusetts, 1882.
237 René Avard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
238 Maximillion Averbeck Merrick, New York, 1915.
239 John Avery Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898
240 Karen Avery Hartford, Connecticut, 1994.
241 Avon Organ Co. Plainfield, Indiana, c. 1980s.
242 John Ayers New York City, New York, 1850.
243 John E. Ayers New York City, New York, by 1850-1857
244 William J. Ayers Georgetown Massachusetts, 1977-78; Charlotte, North Carolina, 1978-94; Lake City, Iowa from 1994.
245 B-F Blower Co. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1921–1941.
246 B. A. B. Organ Co. New York City, New York, 1912.
247 B. F. Sturtevant & Co. Boston, Massachusetts, by 1870s.
248 B. Schaefer & Sons Co. Wisconsin, 1910–1920; succeeded by Schafer Organ Co.
249 George (E.?) Babb St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
250 George E. Babb Houston, Texas 1960s-1970s
251 Bach & Berg Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1875.
252 Anthony S. Bach Los Angeles, California, 1982.
253 August Bach Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1882–1900.
254 Nicolas Svendson Bach Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1875; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by 1899.
255 Aristide Bachand St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1919.
256 Cornelius Absalom Bachman Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1882-c. 1920.
257 Ernst Julius Bachman Lititz, Pennsylvania, c. 1810-27
258 Johann Philip Bachman Lititz, Pennsylvania, 1793–1821
259 Backus Water Motor Co. Newark, New Jersey, 1870s-1890s.
260 Augustus Backus Troy, New York, 1846–1851
261 Allyn Bacon Hartford, Connecticut, 1812-1814; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1814-1864.
262 Rosario S. Badessa Dedham, Masschusetts, 1972.
263 George W. Badger, (Co.) Westfield, Massachusetts, until 1890; Brooklyn, New York, 1890; Merrick, New York, 1906.
264 John Badger Elmira, New York, c. 1907-1910.
265 Henry Baecker Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, late 1920s.
266 Peter Baggstrom New York City, New York, 1870s.
267 Oscar Bahlinger Name appears on 1896 Bergstrom organ
268 Fredrick W. Bahr Bellwood, IL 1978-1985; Tysons Corner, VA 1985-1992; Herndon, VA 1992-1995; Hartville, OH 1995-2012; Stowe, PA 2012-2015
269 Larry M. Bahr Michigan, 1980s.
270 Almon Bailey Jaffrey, New Hampshire, 1815–1820; Marlborough, New Hampshire, 1836; Utica, New York, before 1837.
271 Clark Bailey Garland, Texas, 1985.
272 Edgerly R. Bailey Clarinda, Iowa, 1901,
273 Edward Bailey Jaffrey, New Hampshire, 1815-1820
274 J. A. Baillargeon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1912.
275 William Baines Suffolk, Virginia, c. 1980s
276 (___) Bair Hagerstown, Maryland, 1922.
277 Baird Industries Morrisville, Virginia, 1987.
278 James R. Baird Herndon, Virginia, 1978; Bealeton, Virginia, 1983–1987.
279 Ron Baird Morrisville, Virginia, 1987.
280 Howard J. Baitcher Skokie, Illinois, 1977–1987.
281 (___) Baker Brattleboro, Vermont, 1924.
282 David Baker Northeastern United States, 1988.
283 F. Baker New Haven, Connecticut, 1871–1873.
284 George Baker Baltimore, Maryland, 1870s.
285 James S. Baker Charleston, South Carolina, 1895-c. 1900
286 John Baker English before 1850; Boston, Massachusetts by 1850, Charleston, South Carolina 1859-1876.
287 Ross Baker Soquel, California, 1989.
288 Walter J. Baker Chicago, Illinois, 1915-1916.
289 William C. Baker Bolton, Connecticut, 1968-1979.
290 William E. Baker & Co. Sacramento, California 1963; Northampton, Massachusetts 1972; Florence, Massachusetts 1976; Hatfield, Massachusetts 1981.
291 Bakewell & Mullins Salem, Ohio, 1889.
292 Julius Bakos St. Louis, Missouri, 1927-1940?
293 (___) Balch San Francisco, California, c. 1871.
294 Balcom and Provorse Seattle, Washington c. 1920-1925. Succeeded by Balcom & Vaughan.
295 Balcom and Vaughan Seattle, Washington, 1925–mid 1970s.
296 Clyde M. Balcom San Francisco, California, 1916-1921; Seattle, Washington, 1920s–1970.
297 Balcom, Vaughan and Chase Seattle, Washington, ca. 1930.
298 Charles Balder Cleveland, Ohio; c. 1920-1932
299 Baldwin New York City, New York, 1880s.
300 Bert Baldwin Brattleboro, Vermont, 1950s.
301 John Baldwin Houston, Texas, 1994.
302 Claude B. Ball Chicago, Illinois, 1920.
303 John C. Ball Louisville, Kentucky, 1990.
304 Christopher A. Ballad New York City, New York, 1985.
305 B. H. Ballard Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1939.
306 Ballard Pipe Organ Company San Antonio, Texas, 1980s to at least 2008.
307 David Balogh Hopewell, New Jersey, 1990.
308 E. Balthazar St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
309 Omer Balthazar St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
310 Baltimore Church & Concert Organ Manufacturing Co. Baltimore, Maryland, 1884–1899.
311 J. L. Bamford Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c. 1894–c. 1911.
312 (___) Bancroft Brattleboro, Vermont, 1924.
313 Walter Bangs Boston, Massachusetts, early 1900s.
314 Walter Banks See Walter Bangs.
315 Winfried Banzhaf Giengen, Germany, 1953-1960; Olso, Norway, 1960-1963; Austin, TX, 1963-1965; Los Angeles, CA, 1965-68; Venice, CA 1977-1989.
316 Jean-Paul Barceloux St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
317 (Carl) Barckhoff Church Organ Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, c.1878–1882; Salem, Ohio, 1882–1895; Mendelsohn, Pennsylvania, 1895–1897; Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 1897–1900; Pomeroy, Ohio, 1900–1913.
318 Barckhoff Organ Co. Basic, Virginia, 1913–1916.
319 Carl Barckhoff Jr. Pomeroy, Ohio, after 1906–1913; Basic, Virginia, from 1913.
320 Carl Barckhoff [Sr] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1878-1882; Salem, Ohio 1882-1895; Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 1897; Pomeroy, Ohio, 1900-1913
321 Felix Barckhoff [II] Pomeroy, Ohio, after 1906–1913; Basic, Virginia, 1913–until at least 1919.
322 Felix Barckhoff (& Sons) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1865–1877.
323 H. C. Barckhoff Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, date unknown; .
324 Lorenz Barckhoff Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1870s, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1878
325 Paul Barckhoff Basic, Virginia, 1916–unknown; Columbus, Ohio, unknown–1961.
326 R. M. Barclay Bettendorf, Iowa, c. 1980s.
327 Alfred Bardell Brooklyn, New York, 1887.
328 Barden & Clark Inc. Boston, Massachusetts, 1960s
329 Nelson Barden (& Associates) Newton, Massachusetts, from 1972.
330 William Bardroff Baltimore, Maryland, 1880s
331 Barker Baltimore Organ Co. Baltimore, Maryland, 1885–1886.
332 Frederick Barker Elmira, New York, 1909.
333 George E. Barker Baltimore, Maryland, c. 1875-1886.
334 John F. Barker Springfield, Massachusetts, 1871.
335 Charles E. Barkstrom Chicago, Illinois, 1912.
336 Lewis T. Barkstrom Chicago, Illinois, 1930.
337 Charles S. Barlow Moline, Illinois, 1879.
338 W. H. Barlow Utica, New York, 1926.
339 William H. Barlow & Son Utica, New York, 1950s.
340 E. J. Barnard Boston, Massachusetts, 1921.
341 Barnes & Buhl Utica, New York, before 1920.
342 A. L. Barnes Utica, New York, before 1893–1895.
343 Herbert Barnes Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
344 Raymond Barnes Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1966.
345 William H. Barnes Chicago, Illinois 1930s-1970s.
346 Henry E. Barney Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1840–1870s.
347 Allen Barnhart Hagerstown, Maryland; 1987.
348 John Barnhart Baltimore, Maryland, 1837–1841.
349 Stephen Paul Barnhart St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 1989.
350 J. Fred Barr Charlotte, North Carolina, 1981 - 1988.
351 William A. Barret Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before 1880.
352 Kindrick Barrington Derry, New Hampshire, 1940s-1950s
353 S. H. Barrington Norristown, Pennsylvania, 1920s-1960s.
354 Donald S. Barrows Rochester, New York, 1929.
355 Robert Y. Barrows Rutherford, New Jersey, c. 1886–1922.
356 W. L. Barrows Hartford, Connecticut, 1958.
357 Wilson R. Barry & Co. Andover, Massachusetts, 1966; Exeter, New Hampshire, 1987–1996.
358 Ferdinand Bartels Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1871–1877.
359 William Barter Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1988.
360 Samuel W. Bartett Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1920.
361 Ernest Bartholomay Portland, Maine, 1947–1963.
362 F. A. Bartholomay & Sons Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900-1954.
363 E. B. Bartlett Chicago, Illinois, 1894–1925.
364 Henry H. Bartlett Westfield, Massachusetts, 1871–1880; Waltham, Massachusetts, 1880s; Kendal Green, Massachusetts
365 Samuel H. Bartlett Boston, Massachusetts, before 1913.
366 Bartola Musical Instrument Co. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, c. 1909-29; as Maxcy-Barton Organ Co. (Barton organs) 1929-1935.
367 Bartolini-Knecht & Co. Muncie, Indiana, 1982.
368 Barton Orchestral Organ School Chicago, Illinois, 1923.
369 Barton Organs Oshkosh, Wisconsin, c.1919–1935.
370 Daniel W. Barton Oshkosh, Wisconsin, c. 1909.
371 Peter J. Basch Hoboken, New Jersey, c. 1980s.
372 Massa Basset Providence, Rhode Island, 1808–1816.
373 Carl Bassett Beverly, Massachusetts, 1921-c.1932; Boston, Massachusetts c.1932 - 1945; Reading, Massachusetts, 1946–1959; Oakland, Florida, 1959–1976.
374 Frederick W. Bassett Chicago, Illinois, 1896.
375 Ira Bassett Barre, Vermont, c. 1860; Chicago, Illinois, 1868.
376 Peter L. Batchelder New York City, New York, 1980s.
377 Terry Bateman St. Peter, Minnesota, 1970s–1980s.
378 Bates & Culley Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1895–1921.
379 Samuel L. Bates Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1895.
380 F. Baudry Westfield, Massachusetts, 1871.
381 August W. Bauer Russia; immigrated to the U.S., 1903; Pomeroy, Ohio; Salem, Ohio, 1910.
382 Bauermeister Zymbalsterns Augusta, Missouri, 1989.
383 Theodore Baumann Born in Germany; in Aspinwall, Pennsylvania; Alliance, Ohio, prior to 1940.
384 Moritz Baumgarten Jr / Baumgarten Organ Co. New Haven, Connecticut, 1868.
385 Moritz Baumgarten Sr. Born in Germany; Ludwigsburg, Germany; Boston, Massachusetts, 1863; New Haven, Connecticut, c. 1867.
386 Edward Bawtree Orpington, England, 1929.
387 Bayley Manufacturing Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1915–c.1921?
388 George W. Bayley Lee, Massachusetts, 1980–1983.
389 Roger Bazinet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
390 Beach & Freitag Troy, New York, 1906–1909.
391 (___) Beach East Hamilton, New York, c. 1800
392 Arthur D. Beach Troy, New York, 1906–1909; Watervliet, New York, 1909.
393 Earl J. Beach (& Son) (Organ Co.) Elmira, New York, c. 1909; North Tonawanda, New York, c. 1910; Newark, New Jersey, 1920.
394 Giles Beach Gloversville, New York, 1853-1904.
395 Luther Beachley Hagerstown, Maryland.
396 Anson Beal Troy, New York, 1850.
397 Frederick L. Beal Knoxville, Tennessee, 1947-1969; Bellwood, Illinois, 1983–2001; Portland, Oregon, 2001–Present.
398 (___) Beale New York City, New York, 1864.
399 B. T. Bean with American Photoplayer firm, 1923, incorporator
400 A. W. Beard Hartford, Connecticut, 1918.
401 Henry K. Beard Chicago, Illinois, 1950s-1970s.
402 Peter Beardsley Pittsfield, Massachusetts, area before 1976; 1976-77; Springfield, Massachusetts, 1976-2012
403 Beaty & Associates Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 1989.
404 C. A. H. Beaty Boston, Massachusetts, 1893.
405 David C. Beaty Englewood, New Jersey, 1962; Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 1985.
406 Jean-Guy Beauchamp St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
407 Bruno Beauchemin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
408 François Beauchemin Laval, Québec, Canada, 1989.
409 Marcel Beauchemin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949
410 Mylène Beauchemin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951
411 David Beaudoin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1947.
412 Denis Beaudoin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
413 Jean-Martin Beaudoin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
414 Pierre Beaudoin St. Henry de Lévis, Québec, Canada, (1850s-1870s?).
415 John C. Beaudrie Los Angeles, California, 1963.
416 Charles B. Beaudry Reading, Massachusetts, 1886-1933.
417 Edward L. Beaudry Boston, Massachusetts, first half of the 1900s
418 George L. Beaudry Springfield, MA, 1890-1921; Westfield, MA, 1921-1929; Garwood, NJ, 1930; Boston 1931-1938
419 Jean-Louis Beaudry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
420 Philip A. Beaudry & Co. Sommerville, Massachusetts 1965-75; Lowell, Massachusetts, 1976.
421 Robert Beaudry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
422 Antonio Beaulac St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
423 Leon P. Beaulieu Baltimore, Maryland, 1875 to after 1882.
424 Roger Beaunoyer St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
425 Raymond Beauparlant St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
426 Aimé Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
427 Alcide Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
428 Bernard Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
429 Emile Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
430 F. René Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
431 Fernand Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
432 Hervé Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
433 Jean-Paul Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
434 Nectaire Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1900.
435 René Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
436 Rosair Beauregard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
437 Joseph H. Beaven Louisville, Kentucky; c. 1980s.
438 William E. Beazley Rock Island, Illinois; Chicago, Illinois, 1923.
439 John Bechen Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.
440 Beck & Sieberlich Boston, Massachusetts, 1850.
441 James M. Beck New York, 1919.
442 Michael Beckel Buffalo, New York, c.1861.
443 Theodore Beckel Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870.
444 Charles Beckenholdt the Netherlands; Collins, Missouri; St. Charles, Missouri, 1980.
445 August Becker Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
446 Dorothy Becker New England and Florida.
447 Isaac Becker Denver, Pennsylvania, c. 1860.
448 John L. Becker Peoria, Illinois, 1982.
449 Justis Becker Reamstown, Pennsylvania, c.1930–c.1950.
450 Martin George Becker Hagerstown, Maryland, 1916-1923; Boston, Massachusetts, 1923-1941, Waltham, Massachusetts,, 1941; Deerfield Beach, Florida, 1959;
451 G. O. N. Beckett Darwell, Alberta, Canada, 1920s.
452 Beckwith Organ Co. Louisville, Kentucky, 1909.
453 Charles H. Beckwith Springfield, Massachusetts, 1918-1921.
454 Ivan Beckwith West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1972
455 Paul Beckwith San Francisco, California, 1920s
456 Honorius Bedard, (Bédard) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1903, 1905.
457 J. H. Bedard, (Bédard) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
458 Paul Bedard, (Bédard) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
459 Bedient Pipe Organ Company Lincoln, Nebraska, 1969–Present.
460 Gwen Bedient Lincoln, Nebraska, 1989.
461 Jason Bedient Lincoln, Nebraska, 1989.
462 Chester H. Beebe Brooklyn, New York, 1912.
463 Mark Beech Lincoln, Nebraska, 1989.
464 Kenneth Beemer Norfolk, Virginia, 1980s.
465 Beeston Pipe Organ Service Des Moines, Iowa, (1940s?); to at least 1985.
466 Clifford J. Beguelin Lawrence, Kansas, 22 years; retired 1969.
467 Edward Begueline Highland, Illinois, c. 1915.
468 Caspar Behmer Born c.1820 in Germany; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1850.
469 Russell Behrends Lincoln, Nebraska, 1989.
470 Beiber Organ Co. McFarland, California, 1966.
471 Earl J. Beilharz Lima, Ohio, 1936; Elida, Ohio, 1959–1984.
472 Ellsworth Beilharz North Tonawanda, New York; Defiance and Lima, Ohio, c. 1922–1972.
473 Gerhard J. 'Gary' Beisecker Born in the Netherlands; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, c. 1956-c. 1966; Erie, Pennsylvania; in Ohio.
474 E. G. Beitel Pekin, Illinois; Santa Monica, California, 1926.
475 Roger Beland, (Béland) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
476 Arthur Belanger, (Bélanger) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1937.
477 Joseph Belanger, (Bélanger) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
478 Louis Belanger, (Bélanger) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1889.
479 Léo-Paul Belanger, (Bélanger) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
480 Belden Manufacturing Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1920s–1980s.
481 Cecil Belknap Malone, New York, c.1925 to late 1950s.
482 Bell & Sons Toronto, Canada, 1880s.
483 Bell Brothers Portland, Oregon, 1928.
484 (_____) Bell Van Nuys, California, c1914.
485 John A. Bell Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1922.
486 Belleisle Organ Co. Wichita, Kansas, 1923.
487 Harve(y?) Belleisle Wichita, Kansas, 1923.
488 Lisa C. Bellocchio Taunton, Massachusetts, 1989.
489 Matthew-Michael Bellocchio Taunton, Massachusetts, 1969–c.1989.
490 Don Belshaw Denver, Colorado, 1973-1982.
491 Germain Belval St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
492 Beman Organ Co. Binghamton, New York, 1919-1933.
493 Beman Symphonie Orchestra Co. Binghamton, New York, 1916.
494 Frank Beman & Son Binghamton, New York 1884-1919.
495 Myron C. Beman Binghamton, New York, early 1900s
496 Alfred R. Bender Robbinsdale, Minnesota 1970s–1980s.
497 Granville H. Benedict Sangerfield, New York, 1850.
498 Benham Makers of water motors, 1880s.
499 Francis Beninghausen Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870-1871.
500 James E. Bennet Merrick, New York, 1920.
501 Susan Bennet Houston, Texas, 1994.
502 Bennett Organ Co. Rock Island, Illinois, 1908–ca.1927.
503 Bennett Pipe Organ Co. Kansas City, Missouri 1988.
504 Clifford Bennett Kansas City, Missouri, 1950s-1960s.
505 Robert J. Bennett B.1864 in France; Canada as child; Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c. 1890-1900; Chicago, Illinois, c. 1895; Rock Island, Illinois, 1902–1930.
506 Aimé Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
507 Cécile Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
508 Joseph Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1938.
509 Marcel Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
510 Maurice Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
511 Paul-Emile Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1938.
512 Rolland Benoit St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
513 Carl A. Benson Sweden 1886–1906; Boston, Massachusetts, 1907-1917; Chicago, Illinois, 1918-25; South Beach, Connecticut, 1926; Philadelphia, 1927; Boston, 1933-1934; Philadelphia, St. Louis Misso
514 Henry C. Benson Location unknown, 1927.
515 H. D. Bentley Chicago, Illinois, 1901.
516 Wilder Bentley Occidental, California, 1979
517 C. A. Bentschneider Brooklyn, Michigan, 1980s
518 Richard Benyola Hopelawn, New York, c. 1980s
519 Paul L. Benz Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c.1885&ndashc.1929.
520 W. F. Benzeno Merrick, Long Island, New York; Hicksville, Long Island, New York, 1983.
521 Benzmiller Organ Service Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1989
522 James T. Benzmiller Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1986–1989.
523 Jean-Pierre Berard, (Bérard) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
524 Berdata Organs (Fort Wayne, Indiana?), 1982.
525 Beregh & Sons New York City, New York, 1939.
526 Martin P. Berg Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1875.
527 George Berger, (Georg) B. c.1823 in Germany; Baltimore, Maryland, 1849; York, Pennsylvania, 1867.
528 Henry (Heinrich) F. Berger Baltimore, Maryland, 1849–1855; Jefferson Station, York Co., Pennsylvania, 1855–1862; in Tiffin, Ohio, 1862–1864.
529 Armand Bergeron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1918.
530 Emile Bergeron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
531 Joseph Bergeron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
532 Marie-Anne Bergeron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
533 Berghaus Organ Co. Melrose Park, Illinois, 1967; Bellwood, Illinois, from 1973,
534 Brian Berghaus Bellwood, Illinois, from 1987.
535 Leonard G. Berghaus Melrose Park, Illinois, 1967-73; Bellwood, Illinois, from 1973.
536 Todd Berghaus Bellwood, Illinois, by 1989, at least 1991.
537 C. Bergstrom Location unknown, 1898.
538 John Bergstrom New York, late nineteenth century
539 John E. Bergstrom San Francisco, California by 1875–1900.
540 Berkshire Organ Co., Inc. North Wilbraham, Massachusetts 1954-1968; West Springfield, Massachusetts 1968-1989.
541 Charles Berlis Erie, Pennsylvania, before 1947–1965.
542 Ernest Berlo San Francisco, California, 1940s.
543 Robert Berlo San Francisco, California.
544 Berna Pipe Organ Service Fayette City, Pennsylvania, c. 1980–2010s.
545 Louis Bernard New York City, New York, c. 1860.
546 Edward Bernhard New York City, New York, 1870.
547 Berni Organ Co. New York City, New York, 1918.
548 Anna Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
549 Arthur Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1897, 1905.
550 Georges Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
551 Guy Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
552 Gérald Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
553 Jean-Paul Bernier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
554 Carrol Berry Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1921.
555 J. S. Berry Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
556 Walter Berry North Tonawanda, New York; 1910s-1955
557 William F. Berry New York City, New York, 1830 to after 1861.
558 Berry-Wood Piano Player Co. Kansas City, Missouri, 1915.
559 John E. Berryman Burlington, Vermont, c. 1980s.
560 Berschdorf Organ Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Brookfield, Wisconsin, 1950s–1960s.
561 J. Fred Berstecher Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1900s.
562 Laurent Berthiaume St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
563 Léo Berthiaume St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
564 Joseph Bertrand St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1888–1905.
565 L. Bertrand St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1901–1905.
566 Marcel Bertrand Chalebourg, Québec, Canada; 1980s.
567 Roger Berube Nashua, New Hampshire, c. 1980s
568 Berwyn Pipe Organ Co. Downer's Grove, Illinois, c. 1980s.
569 Charles (Karll) Besch Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1880–1960.
570 Harley G. Best Dallas, Texas, c.1980s.
571 Howard Best Montevallo, Alabama, 1970s–at least 1989.
572 Jack M. Bethards San Francisco, California, from 1977.
573 Betlyon Organ Service Codorus, Pennsylvania, c. 1980s.
574 William L. Betts Colebrook, Connecticut, 1980.
575 Robert K. Betty Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1982.
576 David L. Beyer Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1988.
577 Max W. Beyer Erie, Pennsylvania, 1918; New York City, New York, 1922.
578 Linda Bibby Houston, Texas, 1994.
579 Daniel E. Bickel Edinboro, Pennsylvania, 1982.
580 James L. Bickforth Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1858-1865
581 Jack Biebel New York City, New York, 1928.
582 Frank Bienia Milwaukee, Wilconsin; died 1918.
583 Hervé Bienvenue St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
584 Z. [female] Bienvenue St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
585 H. A. Bierck Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, c.1905–(1919?).
586 J. G. Bierck Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, c.1905–(1919?).
587 Big Organ Co. Los Angeles, California, c.1905.
588 M. L. Bigelow & Co. Provo, Utah, 1978; American Fork after 1984.
589 Keith Bigger Queens, New York City from 1980s
590 Sterling Biggers Butler, Wisconsin, 1985; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1985
591 C. E. Biggs Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
592 E. Bigler Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
593 Samuel W. Bihr Brattleboro, Vermont; St. Louis, Missouri; Kansas City, Missouri, by 1924.
594 Gerhard Biller Laval, Québec, Canada, 1987-89; Staunton, Virginia, 1989; 1991.
595 Bilmer Manufacturing Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, 1928,
596 Noël Bilodeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
597 Peter Bimeler Zoar Village, Ohio, c. 1880.
598 Eugene Martin Binder Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, 1913; Salem, Ohio, 1917-c. 1922; Southeast United States, 1924-1955.
599 Jacob Binnig Hoboken, New Jersey, 1894–1908.
600 José Biojas Mexico City, Mexico, 1964.
601 Arthur Birchall Boston, Massachusetts, mid 1900s.
602 Arian Birkeland Sacramento, California, 1888.
603 Fred Birkeland Brooklyn, New York, 1981.
604 Willie Birkenbusch Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
605 (___) Birkmaier Boston, Massachusetts, 1926.
606 Arthur W. Birkmaier Boston, Reading, & Beverly, Massachusetts, 1911–1921 (except for sevice in WW I); New York City, New York, 1925.
607 Walter R. Birkmaier Boston, Massachusetts, Beverly, Massachusetts, 1921.
608 Sylvio Bisaillon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
609 John Phillips Bishop Stoughton, Massachusetts,1983–1987; Norwood, Massachusetts, 1987-1989; New York City, New York, from 2014.
610 Ronald C. Bishop Co. Maplewood, New Jersey 1980s; Westville, New York 1990s
611 Adrien Bissonnettee St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1908.
612 Stuart S. Biza Hartford, Connecticut; South Newfare, Vermont.
613 Tim E. Bjareby Ipswich, Massachusetts, 1980s.
614 Allerton Black Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1921.
615 Donald Black San Francisco, California, c. 1930s.
616 T. P. Black Mason City, Iowa, 1909.
617 Lyle Blackinton & Associates, Inc. El Cajon, California 1960s-ca. 1996.
618 James J. Blackman Dallas, Texas, 1927.
619 [Dr.] Eugene Blackstone Birmingham, Alabama, 1980s.
620 Damase Blais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1904.
621 Andrew Blake Knoxville, Tennessee, 1975-1978; Austin, Texas, 1978-1919; Knoxville, Tennessee 1979-1991
622 James Blake New York City, New York, 1850-1859.
623 Blakely Organbuilders Charlotte, North Carolina from 1968
624 Ralph Erskine Blakely Charlotte, NC; Davidson, NC, 1968; active in 1985.
625 Albert Blanchard St Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1903, with firm 1905.
626 Ernest Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1903, with firm, 1905.
627 Gabrielle Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
628 Gérard Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
629 Hervé Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
630 Hilaire Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1920.
631 Homer D. Blanchard (Pipe Organs) Oberlin, Ohio, 1954–1973.
632 J. F. Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1919.
633 Lucien Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
634 Prosper Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1902
635 René Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
636 Rolland Blanchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1946 –1953.
637 Conrad Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
638 Denise Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
639 Joseph Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
640 Ralph Blanchette Clinton Corners, New York; c. 1980s.
641 Rosario Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
642 Réal Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
643 Réjeanne Blanchette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
644 Ted W. Blankenship Jr. Mexico; Dallas, Texas; Gloucester, Massachusetts; Victoria, Texas, 1982; southwest; d. 1994
645 Joseph E. Blanton Pipe Organs Albany, Texas 1980s.
646 Kelley G. Blanton Staunton, Virginia, 1988–1991.
647 Frank E. Blashfield Utica, New York, by 1916-1926;
648 William Blasius Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1882.
649 Mayme Blass Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
650 F. Blessing Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
651 A. Blondin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1897, with firm in 1905.
652 Candide Blondin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1897.
653 C. E. Bloom Van Nuys, California, before 1918.
654 Jason Bloomberg Santa Cruz, California, 1989.
655 Carl Bloomquist Pescadero, California, 1889
656 Nelson Glen Blosser Staunton, Virginia, 1986 to at least 1991
657 Claude Blouin St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, c. 1950.
658 Yvan Blouin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1987.
659 Bernard Blum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c.1980s.
660 F. B. Blume Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
661 Blythe & Kennedy Ottawa, Canada, c. 1830
662 Robert E. Blythe Lake City, Iowa, 1982–1988.
663 Edgar Atkinson Boadway & Co. Methuen, Massachusetts, 1962–1966; West Springfield Massachusetts, [no date] and Active 1985–1990.
664 David Boardman Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, by 1840.
665 Heinrich Bockish New York City, New York, before 1920.
666 Karl Bockish Poughkeepsie, New York, 1901.
667 Stephen D. Bodman Arizona, 1967.
668 Ignace Boegle Erie, Pennsylvania, 1926.
669 Albert N. Boehm St. Louis, Missouri, 1930.
670 Owen H. Boehm Chicago, Illinois, c. 1980s.
671 Paul Otto Boeske Manton, Rhode Island, 1913.
672 Herman Boettcher & Sons Dallas, Texas, 1950s to at least 1980;
673 (___) Bogman Boston, Massachusetts, 1836-1838.
674 Bogue Organs Downer's Grove, Illinois 1980s
675 Donald F. Bohall North Tonawanda, New York, 1957-1987; East Amherst, New York, 1987.
676 George J. Bohen Chicago, Illinois, until c. 1921; San Francisco, California, 1922; Rock Island, Illinois, 1927; Detroit, Michigan, 1928.
677 Daniel Bohler Reading, Pennsylvania, by c. 1847-1850.
678 Daniel Bohler Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania, between 1829–1833.
679 Frederick Bohler Orwigsburg, PA, between 1829-1833; Reading, Pennsylvania, by c. 1847–1850.
680 Johann [John] Bohler Reading Pennsylvania, 1847-1867?
681 Ludwig [Lewis] Bohler Reading, Pennsylvania, by c. 1847–1850.
682 Samuel Bohler Reading, Pennsylvania, 1850s–1860s
683 David Bohn Racine, Wisconsin, 1992
684 Raymond Bohr Nyack, New York, c. 1934; North Tonawanda, New York, late 1940s; New York City, 1980s.
685 Walter Bohrer Covington, Kentucky, 1918.
686 Pascal M. Boissonnet, (& Co.) Methuen, Massachusetts; Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1985–1987; Taunton, Massachusetts; Houston, Texas, 1994–1999. Tampa, Florida, c. 2000
687 Roland Boisvert Dubque, Iowa, 1928.
688 Jean-Pierre Boivin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
689 Léon Boivin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
690 John E. Bolan Providence, Rhode Island; active in 1895.
691 Peter J. Boland Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1900s.
692 Bill Bolek Cleveland, Ohio, 1980s.
693 Timothy E. Boles Dixon, Illinois, 1980s to at least 1991.
694 George C. Bolinger Hagerstown, Maryland, 1914; Hartford, Connecticut, 1920.
695 Howard F. Bolinger Hagerstown, Maryland, 1914.
696 Edward T. Bollinger (Pipe Organs) Denver, Colorado, late 1960s–1975.
697 John J. Bolten Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1971; East Kingston, New Hampshire, 1982.
698 Bolton & Baldwin Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1887.
699 Bolton & Bolton Reading, Massachusetts, 1898
700 Arthur Bolton Kendal Green, Massachusetts, early 20th century; Boston, Massachusetts; Methuen, Massachusetts.
701 Charles L. Bolton Waltham, Massachusetts, 1959.
702 Frederick C. Bolton Reading, Massachusetts, 1890s; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1902; Los Angeles, California, c. 1903.
703 Frederick Bolton Sr. England prior to 1887; Reading, Massachusetts, 1898; Melrose, Massachusetts, 1905; Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1921-1930
704 Henry E. Bolton Reading, Massachusetts, 1898.
705 James H. Bolton England prior to 1889; Reading, Massachusetts 1907-11; Detroit MI; Boston MA 1921; San Francisco CA; Santa Monica CA; Berkeley CA 1928; San Diego CA 1930's-60's
706 Ralph E. Bolton Weston, Massachusetts, mid 1900s.
707 Frank A. Boltz Chicago, Illinois, 1924.
708 Bond Pipe Organs Inc. Portland, Oregon, from 1976.
709 Mark Bond Wilbraham, Massachusetts, ca. 1990.
710 Richard Bond Los Angeles, California, 1968–1976; Portland, Oregon from 1976.
711 Roberta Bond Portland, Oregon, from 1976.
712 Albert Bondin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903.
713 Charles P. Boner Austin, Texas, 1936–1942.
714 Adélard Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
715 Albert Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1940.
716 Aurèle Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
717 Claudette Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
718 Gaston Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
719 Georges Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1922.
720 J. A. Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
721 Jules Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
722 Léon Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1901, with firm 1905.
723 Rolland Bonin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
724 Roland Bonneau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1955, with firm 1983.
725 Georges Bonnet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
726 Chris Bono Staunton, Virginia, 1988.
727 John H. Boody Andover, Massachusetts, 1965-1968; Middletown Ohio, 1971-1972; Staunton, Virginia, since 1977
728 Stephen Boody Gloucester, Massachusetts; active in Maine, 1988-1995,
729 Amos Booth Ripon, Wisconsin, 1869–1870; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870-1876
730 Louis P. Bopp Revere, Massachusetts, 1918.
731 Robert M. Borchers Kerrville, Texas, 1987.
732 Gustave Borduas St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
733 Victor Borduas St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
734 Marcel Borloz St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
735 Walwin J. Bosche Jr. Highland, Illinois; 1989.
736 Frans W. M. Bosman Portland, Oregon, from 1983.
737 Boston Water Motor [Boston Hydraulic Motor Co.] Melrose, Massachusetts, circa 1875–1915.
738 Nathaniel Bosworth Charleston, South Carolina, c. 1822.
739 David A. Bottom Lexington, Kentucky, 1980s.
740 André Bouchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
741 Joseph Bouchard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1904.
742 Adélard Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
743 Donat Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
744 Gilles Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
745 Gérard Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1941.
746 Joseph Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1897.
747 Pierre Boucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
748 Jean Boudreau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
749 Duncan F. Bouma Paterson, New Jersey, 1957.
750 Eugène Bourassa St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
751 Casimir Bourbeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
752 Lucien Bourbeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
753 Marcel Bourbeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
754 Maurice Bourbeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
755 Rosaire Bourgault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
756 (___) Bourne Kennebunk, Maine, early 1800s.
757 (___) Bourne Portland, Maine, early 19th century;
758 Conrad Bourque St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
759 Georges Bousquet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
760 Jean-Louis Bousquet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
761 René Bouthillette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
762 Adélard Bouthot St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
763 Richard Gerald Boutwell Southampton, Massachusetts, 1988–1989.
764 Raoul Bouvier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1909.
765 Patrick Bovenizer Worth, Illinois, 1982.
766 Gregory Bover Gloucester, Massachusetts, from 1978 with sabbatical in 1983.
767 Charles Bovey New York City, New York, date unknown.
768 John Bowden Providence, Rhode Island, 1842-1843.
769 Albert Bowders Pipe Organ Company Baltimore, Maryland, from 1980s.
770 C. Bowen Location unknown, 1898.
771 Charles Bowen England until 1887; Boston, Massachusetts, until 1898; Springfield, Massachusetts, 1915; in Berkeley, California, 1920.
772 Frank Bowen Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California, c. 1906.
773 Henry W. Bowen Boston, Massachusetts by 1876; Kendal Green, Massachusetts, before 1897
774 Paul T. Bowen Louisville, Kentucky, 1982.
775 Samuel B. Bowerman Eagleville, TN, 1980s; Louisville, KY, by 1990.
776 A. J. Bowers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901–1927.
777 Ruth Bowers Newton, Massachusetts; 1989.
778 S. Bowker North Tonawanda, New York, c. 1910; St. Louis, Missouri, 1912
779 S. G. Bowman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, by 1938.
780 Lee F. Boyd Marion, Indiana, 1895.
781 Conrad C. Boyer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, mid-1920s, c. 1929-1968.
782 G. S. Boyer Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
783 Benjamin W. Boyes Allegan, Michigan, 1921.
784 W. H. Boyle Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
785 William Boyle Syracuse, New York?, 1930s–1940s.
786 William Boyrer New York City, New York, 1869.
787 Raymond C. Boystel Jr. Lancaster, Ohio, c. 1980s.
788 George Bozeman Jr., & Co., Organbuilders Deerfield, New Hampshire 1976-2010?.
789 Bozeman-Gibson Deerfield, Massachusetts 1976-1982.
790 G. H. Braband Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1874.
791 Jules Brabant St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1895–1905.
792 R. I. Bradbury Purchased organ pipes 1927.
793 W. R. Bradbury Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1974.
794 Bradford Organ Co. Evanston, Illinois from 1986. (Successor to Prairie Organ Co.)
795 Walter Bradford Evanston, Illinois, 1977–2006.
796 Ahaz Bradley Riverhead, New York, c. 1873.
797 Kelle Bradshaw Eagleville, Tennessee, 1990.
798 Joseph Brady Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c. 1885–c. 1911.
799 Joseph Brager Born 1840 in Germany; Newark, New Jersey, 1860s.
800 Addison G. Bragg Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, c. 1835.
801 William A. Braithwaite New York City, New York, c. 1877 to c. 1932.
802 William Forney Brame Brattleboro, Vermont, 1950s; Kinston, North Carolina, 1963-1993.
803 Claus S. Brandrup New York City, New York; 1855 Brooklyn, New York, by 1899-1903.
804 Carl Brandt St. Louis, Missouri, 1943.
805 John Brandt Elmira, New York, 1909.
806 Glen T. Brasel San Francisco, California, 1987, active in 1989.
807 J. L. Bratt Vermont, 1862-1885
808 William A. Brauer North Tonawanda, New York
809 Florent Brault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
810 Eugen Braun Europe prior 1921; St. Louis, Missouri, 1921-unknown; Garwood, New Jersey, unknown-1939; West Haven, Connecticut,1939–1941.
811 (___) Brazelton St. Louis, Missouri, 1860s.
812 Breckels & Matthews Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1890s-1911
813 Vernon Breitkreutz Unknown locations 1965-80; San Antonio, Texas, 1980-?
814 Paul Brendel St. Louis, Missouri, 1988
815 James R. Breneman Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died 18 Jul. 1991
816 Brennan, Gleason & White Boston, Massachusetts c. 1896–1902.
817 John D. Brennan Boston, Massachusetts, c.1896-c.1920.
818 Jacob Brenner Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1921.
819 Denis Breton St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
820 Joseph Breton Hartford, Connecticut, 1994.
821 Lucien Breton St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
822 H. Breu Merrick, New York, 1930.
823 Charles Brewer Racine, Wisconsin, 1850s.
824 C. H. Brick Dallas, Texas, 1925.
825 C. E. Briggs Boston, Massachusetts, 1918?-1930
826 John Bright London, Ontario, Canada 1950s and 60s
827 Edward E. Brock Bentonville, Arkansas, 1894
828 George H. Brock Huntington, New York, 1868
829 Frederick S. Brockbank Born in England; Bloomfield, New Jersey, c. 1904; Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1905-14;
830 G. Brockington Brattleboro, Vermont, c. 1904–1924.
831 W. Brockington Brattleboro, Vermont, c. 1904–1924.
832 Arthur Brodeur St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1940.
833 Eusèbe Brodeur St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, circa 1830–1883.
834 Prosper Brodeur Jr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1898–1905.
835 Prosper Brodeur Sr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
836 Robert Brodeur St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
837 Yvan Brodeur St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
838 David Brodie Miami, Florida, 1989.
839 John Brodin Chicago, Illinois, 1894.
840 A. W. Brodrick Kendal Green, Massachuestts, c. 1885-c. 1911.
841 John Brombaugh & Associates Middletown, Ohio 1968-76; Germantown, Ohio; Eugene, Oregon 1977-2005.
842 Edward Bromfield Boston, Massachusetts, c 1740s.
843 Arthur Scott Brook Hoboken, New Jersey, 1905, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1910.
844 W. Brook Merrick, New York, 1930.
845 D. C. Brooke North Tonawanda, New York, 1910
846 Brooks & Clark Organ Builders Berlin, Wisconsin ca. 1870
847 A. M. Brooks Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
848 Clinton M. Brooks Berlin, Wisconsin, 1869; Ripon, Wisconsin 1870-1873; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1873-1877; Waupun, Wisconsin, 1877.
849 George F. Brooks Boston, Massachusetts, 1875.
850 Richard J. Brooks Kendal Green, Massachusetts; Boston, Massachusetts; Reading, Massachusetts, 1907-1926
851 David A. J. Broome England prior to 1957; Hartford Connecticut, 1957-1999
852 Edward Broomfield See Bromfield, Edward.
853 Elisha Brotherton New York City, New York, 1826-1852.
854 Joseph Brouillard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
855 Albert Brouk St. Louis, Missouri, 1899-1904.
856 George Brouk St. Louis, Missouri, 1901.
857 Brouse-Underhill Organ Co. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1917.
858 Brown & Walker Jacksonville, Illinois, 1880s.
859 Albert L. Brown Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c.1886–c.1926.
860 Calvin Brown Cleveland, Ohio, 1915; Chicago, Illinois, 1917.
861 Charles M. Brown Orrville, Ohio, 1919.
862 Christopher Brown Bloomington, Illinois, 1982.
863 Douglas Van Dyke Brown Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1960s-1970s
864 Edmund Brown Bowmanville and Brantford, Ontario, Canada, 1902.
865 Frank Brown Wilmington, Delaware, 1898.
866 Herbert Brown B. 1873 England; immigrated to U. S. in 1891; Hartford, Connecticut, 1910; New York City, 1904.
867 John Brown Highland, Illinois, c. 1915.
868 John Brown Wilmington, Delaware, ca. 1885–1898.
869 Joseph Brown Utica, New York, 1860.
870 Joseph Brown Louisville,Kentucky, c. 1939 - c. 1944.
871 Julia Brown Staunton, Virginia, 1985.
872 M. B. Brown Knoxville, Tennessee, 1988
873 Madeline H. Brown Hagerstown, Maryland, 1945.
874 Melvin G. Brown Salt Lake City, Utah, 1982 – at least until 1989.
875 Obadiah Bruen Brown Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1850s.
876 R. M. Brown Knoxville, Tennessee, 1988.
877 Robert W. Brown Orlando, Florida, c. 1980s
878 Vernie Roy Brown Lawrence, Kansas, University City, Missouri, and St. Louis, Missouri, 1930s.
879 William T. Brown Jacksonville, Illinois, 1880s.
880 Elmer Browne New York City, New York, 1891–1921.
881 Thomas P. Browne New York City, New York, 1871-1872.
882 Howard A. Brownell Durham, North Carolina, 1953–1958.
883 D. M. Bruce Methuen, Massachusetts, 1870s–1890s.
884 E. M. Bruce Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1860s-1870s.
885 Eli Bruce Templeton, Massachusetts, 1767-1839
886 Bruch & Associates Hales Corners, Wisconsin, c. 1980s
887 John D. Bruffy Scott Depot, West Virginia, c. 1980s.
888 Eric Brugger Erie, Pennsylvania, 1980; in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, 1986.
889 Dominic Brugnolotti Brooklyn, New York, c. 1910?
890 Walter A. 'Gus' Brummer Lawrence, Kansas, 1935-1937; Granite City, Illinois 1937-1940s.
891 Maurice Brunelle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
892 Josef Bruner Midwest and San Francisco, 1900-1910;
893 Euclide Brunette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1938
894 Alphonse O. Brungardt Kewanee, Illinois, 1920; Brattleboro, Vermont, 1933
895 Brunner & Heller Organbuilders Marietta, Pennsylvania, 1981–1984.
896 Brunner Organ Co. Park Ridge, Illinois, c. 1980s.
897 Erick Brunner Boulder, Colorado, c. 1980s.
898 Joseph H. Brunner, (& Co.) West Haven, Connecticut, 1932–1963.
899 Raymond J. Brunner Marietta Pennsylvania, 1981; Silver Spring, Pennsylvania, 1983–1995.
900 Ruth E. Rissmiller Brunner Massachusetts; Millersville, Pennsylvania, 1985 to at least 1990.
901 Brunzema Organs Inc. Fergus, Ontario, Canada 1979–2006.
902 Gerhard Brunzema Germany, 1946-1971; St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, 1972–1979; Fergus, Ontario, 1979-1992.
903 Ruth Brunzema Fergus, Ontario, Canada, 1979.
904 Frederick M. Brush Potsdam, New York, 1875.
905 John L. Brush New York City, New York, c. 1860.
906 Charles P. Bryant New York City, New York, 1860s.
907 Giles Bryant Toronto, Ontario, Canada, c.1980s.
908 William A. Brys Charlestown, New Hampshire, 1986.
909 James Brzezinski Lakeland, FL, 1985–1989.
910 Buch Church Organs Ephrata, Pennsylvania, 1973.
911 Fred N. Buch Boston, Massachusetts; Ephrata, Pennsylvania, 1973–1976.
912 James [Bucken?] Buchan New York City, New York, 1810–1819.
913 Eugene J. Buchheim Highland, Illinois, c. 1915–at least 1930.
914 John Buchheim Highland, Illinois, c. 1915.
915 James Buck Boston, Massachusetts, 1749.
916 James Bucken See James Buchan.
917 William F. Buckley, (& Son) Flourtown, Pennsylvania, c. 1980s.
918 G. N. Bucklin Maine, 1897–1930
919 S. M. Bucknam Westfield, Massachusetts, 1871.
920 Lawrence Buddington Wilbraham, Massachusetts, ca. 1978–1985.
921 (___) Budlong Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1855.
922 Nelson Ernest Buechner Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1949–1994.
923 Anthony A. Bufano New York City, New York, 1964-1994.
924 Buffalo Gas Radiator Corp. Buffalo, New York, 1927.
925 Buffington & Hunter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, mid 19th century.
926 Isaac Buffington Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1850-1878.
927 Joseph Buffington Philadelphia, Pennsylvania mid to late 1800s
928 Thomas Buffington Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1860-1870.
929 Buhl & Blashfield Organ Co. Utica, New York, by 1920–1926.
930 Buhl Organ Co. Utica, New York 1926-1940s
931 Paul C. Buhl Utica, New York ca.1918-1940s
932 George D. Buhner Duquesne, Pennsylvania, c. 1909
933 W. W. Buhrman Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1914.
934 George Buhs Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
935 Joseph Ferdinand Bulitschek Lititz, Pennsylvania, 1765–1771; Bethania {Wachovia}, North Carolina, 1771
936 S.G. Bullions & Co. West Pittston, Pennsylvania, 1950s-1984.
937 William J. Bunch Seattle, Washington 1939-1956?; 1966-1983; Boston, Massachusetts, 1956-1966? Seattle, Washington, 1966–at least 1983. 1980s.
938 Paul G. Bunjes River Forest, Illinois
939 Kerry Bunn Highland, Illinois, 1988.
940 Robert W. Bunn Jr. Columbus, Ohio, from 1969.
941 Bunn=Minnick Co. Columbus, Ohio from 1970s.
942 Thomas N. Bunting Marshfield Hills, Massachusetts, 1976.
943 Murray Burfeind Goodhue, Minnesota, 1980s.
944 Burger & Schafer Findlay, Ohio, 1970s.
945 J. David Burger Findlay, Ohio, 1976.
946 Stephen M. Burk Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.
947 Henry A. Burke Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1887.
948 Hilary J. Burke St. Louis, Missouri, 1939; in California, 1962-1963.
949 Harry Burkhardt St. Louis, Missouri, 1918.
950 J. Frank Burkhardt Louisville, Kentucky, 1986.
951 Gregg F. Burks Monrovia, Indiana, 1982.
952 Burlington Pipe Organ Co. Burlington, Iowa, 1899–1912.
953 Eugene Burmaster North Tonawanda, New York from 1950s.
954 R. W. S. Burnaby Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1902.
955 Burness Associates Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1967; Glenside, Pennsylvania, 1981; Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, 1988.
956 Frederick A. Burness Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1949–1967.
957 Owen J. W. Burness Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1880.
958 Burnham & Tracy Boston, Massachusetts, 1878.
959 A. C. Burnham San Francisco, California, c. 1910.
960 C. T. Burnham Boston, Massachusetts, 1878.
961 (___) Burns New York City, New York, 1822–1823.
962 Jules Burque St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
963 Napoléon Burque St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1896, with firm 1905.
964 Wilfrid Burque St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1901.
965 Willie Burque St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1896, 1905.
966 Andrew B. Burrage, [Burridge?] Cambridge, Massachusetts, by 1840– c. 1860.
967 Andrew Burridge See Andrew Burrage
968 Ray G. Burrington St. Louis, Missouri, 1921–1934.
969 Henry Edward Burton Hagerstown, Maryland, 1933.
970 Howard A. Burton Marion, Iowa, 1968.
971 John Busack West Bend, Wisconsin, 1988.
972 W. A. Busby Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
973 Karl Buselmeier Baltimore, Maryland, 1928.
974 William Bust Oklahoma; Highland, Illinois, c. 1965–1989.
975 Leslie Buswell Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1928.
976 L. B. Buterbaugh Chicago, Illinois, 1935.
977 George A. Butler Boston, Massachusetts, 1872-1902.
978 Isaac W. Butler Brookline, New Hampshire area, 1866.
979 Joel Butler Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1835–1872.
980 William Stuart Butler Little Rock, Arkansas.
981 Leland Butterfield Chicago, Illinois, c. 1924; Brattleboro, Vermont; St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1927; Chicago, 1935.
982 Alfred J. III Buttler New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1989–1992.
983 Donald Button Metamora, Michigan, c. 1980s.
984 Butzen & Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1910.
985 Butzen & Eichman Organ Builders Chicago, Illinois, c. 1909.
986 John-Paul Buzard Urbana, Illinois 1981-1989; Champaign, Illinois from 1989.
987 Linda S. Buzard Urbana, Illinois, 1988.
988 Thomas Byers Princeton, New Jersey, 1949; Massachusetts, 1959; Gloucester, Massachusetts.
989 John E. Byington Dixon, Illinois, 1913; Rockford, Illinois, c. 1929; Whittier, California after 1948.
990 Robert Byrd Lawrence, Massachusetts c. 1985; Gloucester, MA; established firm; active in 1989.
991 Paul F. Byron Methuen, Massachusetts, 1982.
992 C. B. Fisk, Inc. Gloucester, Massachusetts, from 1961
993 C. F. Dunn Organ Co. Lincoln, Nebraska, c. 1919, Omaha, Nebraska, 1927.
994 C. F. Winder Co. Richmond, Virginia, by 1913–1915.
995 C. M. Tremaine & Brother [Tremaine Brothers] New York City, New York, c. 1869-1872.
996 C. S. Haskell [Haskell Pipe Organ Manufacturing Co.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ca. 1880–1946
997 C. V. Barden Co. Kalamazoo, Michigan area, 1960s-1980s.
998 Cabinet Pipe Organ Co. Syracuse, New York, 1872.
999 Philippe Cadorette St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1954.
1000 Denyse Cadotte St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
1001 (___) Cadwater Boston, Massachusetts, 1874.
1002 Gyula Caesar Sopron, Hungary, 1928.
1003 E. F. Cahill Omaha, Nebraska, c. 1928.
1004 Thaddeus Cahill Oberlin, Ohio, 1887.
1005 Hiram Cahoon Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1872–1879.
1006 California Organ Co. Van Nuys, California ca. 1915, aquired 1917 as Robert-Morton,
1007 California Tuning Co. San Francisco, California, 1938.
1008 Carrie Calkins Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1009 Romaine Callender St. Thomas, Ontatio, Canada, 1890.
1010 Laurent Cambell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1011 Caleb W. Cameron New York City, New York; Chicago, Illinois, 1918.
1012 J. Cameron Merrick, New York, 1930.
1013 Peter T. Cameron Rye, New York, 1962; Lowell, Massachusetts, 1973; Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1978,
1014 John Camidge Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, 1881.
1015 Harry Upson Camp Everett, Massachusetts, 1927.
1016 John Spencer Camp Hartford, Connecticut, 1911–1932; died 1946.
1017 James Campagnone Merrick, Long Island, New York, 1953–1958.
1018 (___) Campbell Lompoc, California, 1980.
1019 A. A. Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1920.
1020 André Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1021 Campbell, Colin A. (Organ Service) St. Joseph, Missouri, 1960s–1970s.
1022 David Campbell Hartford, Connecticut, 1994.
1023 Denis Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; prior to 1985–1989.
1024 Donald J. Campbell Cincinnati, Ohio, 1962.
1025 Herbert L. Campbell (& Co.) Reading, Massachusetts, 1893–1909.
1026 James Campbell Long Island, New York, 1923–1961.
1027 Marc Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1028 Philippe Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1029 Pierre Campbell St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
1030 Richard Campbell St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1031 Richard Campbell Jr. St. Louis, Missouri, 1968.
1032 Robert D. Campbell Hampton, Virginia, c. 1980s.
1033 Frederick Campkin England; New York City, New York; Kendal Green, Massachusetts; West Haven, Connecticut, 1898-1927
1034 Canada Organ Co. London, Ontario, Canada, Dates unknown.
1035 Canadian Pipe Organ Co. Limited See Compagnie d'Orgues Canadiennes
1036 Claus M. Canell Erie, Pennsylvania, 1962-to at least 1991.
1037 Maud Canfield Elmira, New York, 1908.
1038 Cannarsa Organs Pennsylvania 1928–1989
1039 A. M. Cannarsa Holidaysburg, Pennsylvania, 1941.
1040 Virgil Cannarsa Duncansville, Pennsylvania, 1989.
1041 David Cannon Mattapoisett and Rochester, Massachusetts, c. 1840.
1042 Paul-Emile Cantin St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
1043 Maurice Caoette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
1044 Kim Wick Capelle Highland, Illinois, 1989.
1045 Mark Capelle Highland, Illinois, by 1989.
1046 Frank Capra Memphis, Tennessee, 1988.
1047 Robert G. Capra Jr. Highland, Illinois, 1975–at least 1993, possibly 2003.
1048 Donald Carbino North Pomfret, Vermont, 1987.
1049 Francis Carbino North Pomfret, Vermont, 1987.
1050 J. P. Carbonneau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1051 Julien Carbonneau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1052 Lorenzo Carbonneau St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
1053 Odilon Cardin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
1054 Cardinal Organ Co. West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1988–1989.
1055 Miguel Careaga Durango, Durango, Mexico, late 18th century.
1056 Paul T. Caren Orange, New Jersey, 1940.
1057 Carey Organ Co. Troy, New York, from 1977.
1058 Paul Dennis Carey, (Organbuilder) Troy, New York, from 1977.
1059 David Carhart Urbana, Illinois, 1988–1989.
1060 Paul S. Caristed Van Nuys, California, 1929.
1061 Carl Foerster & Sons Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1889-1910
1062 E. B. Carl Hagerstown, Maryland, 1929
1063 Ronald Carlone Utica, New York, 1988.
1064 Engle Carlson New York City, New York, 1880s.
1065 Leonard A. Carlson East Greenbush, New York 1970–1988.
1066 Martin Roy Carlson Boston, Massachusetts, by 1947.
1067 Roy E. H. Carlson & Co. Boston, Massachusetts, 1963; Newburyport, Massachusetts c.1970–1975.
1068 Victor Carlson Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1898.
1069 Paul Carlsted Van Nuys, California, 1900s.
1070 Philip C. Carlstedt Van Nuys, California, before 1918.
1071 Carlton Sales Co. New York City, New York, c. 1930s.
1072 David A. Carnes New York City, New York, 1855–1864.
1073 Frank Carney Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
1074 Thomas Carney Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
1075 Constant Caron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1953.
1076 François Caron (Inc.) Montréal, Québec, Canada, 1952; active in 1985.
1077 Gabriel Caron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
1078 Marcel Caron Montréal, Québec, Canada, 1985.
1079 Edgar Carpentier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1080 Jean P. Carpentier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1081 Arthur E. Carr Erie, Pennsylvania, retired 1978.
1082 Jack Carr Louisville, Kentucky, 1944
1083 John J. Carr Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1987.
1084 Patrick J. Carr Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, prior to 1990; Stowe, Pennsylvania, 1990 –1991.
1085 Moises M. III Carrasco Brookville, Maryland, and Vienna, Virginia, 1979-83; Garland, Texas, 1983-86; Georgetown, Massachusetts, 1986-87; Deerfield, New Hampshire, 1987-1991
1086 Carrotti Organ Works Mason City, Iowa, early 20th century.
1087 Henry J. Carruthers Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1904-05; Boston, Massachusetts, 1905-06; Elmira, New York, 1907-10; Springfield, Massachusetts, until 1917; Van Nuys, California, 1917; Chicago, Illinois, 1919.
1088 Joseph J. Carruthers B. 1855 in England; Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1904-1905; Elmira, NY, 1907-1910; Chicago, IL, 1914; Milwaukee, WI 1917
1089 Albert E. Carter, [Organ Co.] Garwood, New Jersey, 1930; Boston, Massachusetts, 1935. Springfield, Massachusetts, 1932–1978.
1090 Charles B. Carter Charlotte, North Carolina, 1985.
1091 Hayden Samuel Carter Springfield, Massachusetts; retired 1978.
1092 J. Hayes Carter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1870.
1093 Jacob Carter Westfield, Massachusetts, 1860.
1094 Paul Carton St. Louis, Missouri, 1980s.
1095 R. S. Caruthers St. Louis, Missouri, 1928.
1096 Casavant Frères Ltée. Ste. Hyacinthe, Québec 1879-1994; after 1994 as "Casavant Frères."
1097 Casavant Frères Ste. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, after 1994.
1098 Aristide Georges Alphonse Casavant St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, circa 1910–1938.
1099 Joseph C. Casavant Sr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1840–1866.
1100 Joseph-Claver Casavant Jr. St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1879–1933.
1101 Marcel Casavant St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1102 Origène Casavant St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1954.
1103 Samuel-Marie Casavant St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1879–1929.
1104 Donald L. Casey Connecticut, 1960.
1105 Robert Caskey Middletown, New York, 1989.
1106 Thomas Casson London, England, 1897.
1107 Patrick M. Castle Scappoose, Oregon, 1977.
1108 Agustín Serefino Castro Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, c.1830–c.1835.
1109 Miguel Gregorio Castro Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, c.1860–c.1885.
1110 Ponciano Castro Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, c.1885.
1111 E. Caswell Indianapolis, Indiana, 1873.
1112 George Catlin Hartford, Connecticut by 1799–1814; in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1816–1852.
1113 George L. Catlin Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1919–1938
1114 (___) Catnach Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1837.
1115 George Kavanaugh St. Louis area, Missouri, 1950s-c.1985.
1116 Cavelier Organ Builders Buffalo, New York, 1972–1983.
1117 Bernard Cavelier France; Boston, Massachusetts; Buffalo, New York, 1972; Bryn Mawr; 1983.
1118 John Cawkins Munhall, Pennsylvania, from 1990s.
1119 Durwood R. Center (Center Organ Restorations) Louisville, Kentucky, c. 1971.
1120 Central Organ Services Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1983.
1121 Century Pipe Organs Minneapolis, Minnesota, by 1988
1122 Frederick Heyer Cesander Strandberg, South Dakato, 1920s; Pekin, Illinois, dates unknown; Dunnell, Minnesota, 1950s; Brandon, South Dakota, 1970s.
1123 José Miguel Chacon, (Chacón) Father of Manuel J. Chacón; built for Puebla, Puebla, and Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala, Mexico, 1766-1779.
1124 Manuel José Chacon, (Chacón) Puebla, Puebla, and Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala, Mexico, 1779.
1125 J. Chadborn See J. Chadbourn.
1126 Isaac Chadbourn Boston, Massachusetts, 1823-1835 and 1838-Unknown date.
1127 J. Chadbourn, [Chadborn?] Boston, Massachusetts, 1822–1834.
1128 Charles E. Chadwick New Bedford-Fairhaven area, Massachusetts; Reading, Massachusetts by 1902.
1129 Charles F. Chadwick Springfield, Massachusetts, 1906–1922; New Haven, Connecticut, 1922.
1130 Samuel Chadwick Auburn, New York, 1830s; Farmington, Michigan, 1839–1840s.
1131 (___) Chaffin Boston, Massachusetts, 1866.
1132 Edward Chaffin Westfield, Massachusetts, 1880.
1133 A. Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1946.
1134 Albany Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1938.
1135 Albert Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1901
1136 Alphonse Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
1137 Arthur Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
1138 Charlemagne Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1139 Claudomir Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1140 Ernest Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1888, with firm 1905.
1141 Herménégilde Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1900.
1142 Jean Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1143 Jean-Marie Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
1144 Jean-Raynald Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1145 Marcel Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1146 Wilfrid Chagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1884, with firm 1905.
1147 Thomas V. Challinor Chatham, Connecticut, 1905.
1148 Yves Champagne St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1983-1988.
1149 Francis Champe Cambridge, Massachusetts, by 1850.
1150 Donald E. Chance Jacksonville, Florida, 1992–1996.
1151 F. W. Chandler Maine, 1890.
1152 Frederick Chandler Rockingham, Vermont, by 1860.
1153 Henry M. Channing Boston, Massachusetts, dates unknown.
1154 Chant & Jackson Chicago, Illinois, 1869–1870.
1155 Douglas G. Chant England, dates unknown; Chicago, Illinois, dates unknown.
1156 Henry William Chant Chicago, Illinois, by 1855–at least 1870.
1157 Charles Chapais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1914.
1158 Gabriel Chapdelaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1159 René Chapdelaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1160 Chapel Music Company Lithonia, Georgia, 1994
1161 Chapel Organ Co. Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1980s.
1162 Joseph Chapline, (Organs) Pennsylvania, 1953-1985; Newbury, New Hampshire, 1985-1989.
1163 Chapman & Symmes New York City, New York, 1891.
1164 Geo. A. Chapman New York City, 1880s-90s
1165 George H. Chapman Chicago, Illinois,1919– 1928.
1166 Alfred Chaput St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1167 Joseph Chaput St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
1168 B. Charbonneau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1169 Raymond Roger Charbonneau Canada, 19th century.
1170 Charles Kilgen & Son St. Louis 1939. As Kilgen Associates 1939-1943.
1171 Charles Viner & Son Buffalo, New York, 1899-1930.
1172 Henry F. 'Cocky' Charles Van Nuys, California; Los Angeles, California.
1173 M. Y. Charles Wichita, Kansas, 1923.
1174 Terry Charles Clearwater, Florida, 1980s.
1175 Gaston Charron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1176 René Chartier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1177 Arthur James Chase Los Angeles, CA. 1950–1951.
1178 J. Riley Chase Spokane, Washington, 1897.
1179 Joseph H. Chase Meriden, Connecticut, c.1879–c.1899.
1180 Joseph [H?] Chase Boston, Massachusetts, no earlier than 1844–1895.
1181 Chase Organ Co. (Sidney Chase) Worcester, Massachusetts from 1950s to at least 1989.
1182 William Chase Vienna, Virginia, start date unknown, died 24 Dec. 1981.
1183 Nicholas Chatelain B.1860, France; New York City, New York, 1880s; Westfield, Massachusetts, c.1888; Boston, Massachusetts, 1893; St. Louis, Missouri, 1903–1911.
1184 Tolbert Cheek Poughkeepsie, New York, 1920-1927; Garwood, New Jersey, 1927-1931; Boston,Massachusetts, 1931-?; Gloucester, Massachusetts, by 1957.
1185 John Chelberg Born in Sweden; Alliance, Ohio, 1927.
1186 George A. Cheney Ivoryton, Connecticut, c.1860–after 1878..
1187 George L. Cheney Deep River, Connecticut, 1909.
1188 L. R. Cheney Hartford, Connecticut, 1903.
1189 Toussaint Cherrier Montreal, Québec, Canada, mid-19th century.
1190 Eugène Chevalier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1191 Joseph Chevalier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; before 1896.
1192 Michael Chiaradia Hartford, Connecticut, 1994.
1193 Chicago Organ Blower Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1918.
1194 Chicago Pipe Organ Co. Chicago, Illinois, by 1880 to at least 1884.
1195 Chicago Water Motor & Fan Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1884-1910.
1196 Alarie Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1893–1905.
1197 Elias Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1900.
1198 Georges Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1199 Jules Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1200 R. Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1937.
1201 Roger Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956-1988.
1202 Théophile Chicoine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1893, with firm 1905.
1203 Chitty-Chat Pipe Organ Removal Service Franklin, Massachusetts, 1981.
1204 F. X. Choinière St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1205 Jacques Choinière St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1206 Chorophone Hartford, Connecticut, 1916.
1207 Cécile Chouinard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
1208 Denise Chouinard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1209 Rolland Chouinard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1210 Rosaire Chouinard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1211 John Chrastina Decatur, Illinois, 1943; Denver, Colorado, 1950s.
1212 George G. Chrestensen Kensington, Kansas, c. 1980s.
1213 Sebastian Christel Cincinnati, Ohio, 1862–1864.
1214 Dean A. Christian Bellwood, Illinois, 1980s; Oak Park, Illinois, 1989;
1215 Irving Christian Chicago, Illinois, 1934.
1216 Alexander Christmann Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1890.
1217 Alfred Chu Monterey Park, California, c. 1980s.
1218 Charlene Chuang Garland, Texas, 1989.
1219 Kevin Chun Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1989.
1220 Church Music Service Chicago, Illinois, 1984.
1221 Church Organ Co. Edison, New Jersey from 1954; Plainfield, New Jersey.
1222 A. B. Church Elgin, Illinois, 1910.
1223 Charles Church Cambridge, Massachusetts, by 1850.
1224 F. Louis Church Toledo, Ohio, c. 1909; Highland, Illinois, 1918–1920.
1225 Thomas Churchill London, Ontario, Canada, bef. 1984–1986.
1226 Raymond E. Churchtown Washington, Missouri, 1979; St. Louis, Missouri, 1988;
1227 R. Churlstrom New York City, New York, 1873.
1228 W. R. Chute, [Shute?] Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1908–1938?
1229 Joseph G. Ciprian Rome, Georgia, 1912; in Paducah, Kentucky, 1922; in Murray, Kentucky.
1230 James Claassen Roseville, MN, 1988.
1231 William Claggett Boston, Massachusetts, by 1714; in Newport, Rhode Island, 1716.
1232 Leona Claiborne With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
1233 Claude Claing St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
1234 Marcel Claing St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, ca. 1945.
1235 Paul-Emile Claing St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1236 Jean-Guy Clair St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1237 Storey Clamp Austin, Texas 1965-1967; Dallas Texas 1967-1969; Boston 1969-1972; established firm 1973
1238 Thomas P. Clancy North Tonawanda, New York, early 1900s
1239 Clark & Fenton Nyack, New York 1923-ca. 1932
1240 Clark Orchestra Roll Co. De Kalb, Illinois, 1920–1942.
1241 (___) Clark Hagerstown, Maryland, 1922.
1242 Kenneth Clark Boston, Massachusetts, 1960s.
1243 Donald E. Clark Santa Monica, California, 1931.
1244 Edwin H. Clark Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1849.
1245 F. J. Clark Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1888.
1246 Jas. L. Clark Boston, Massachusetts, 1871.
1247 L. T. Clark Newark Valley, New York ca. 1850; Berlin, Wisconsin, 1869; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1871; Nebraska, 1878.
1248 Linus M. Clark Portland, Oregon, c. 1890.
1249 Mark Clark Gloucester, Massachusetts.
1250 Meredith A. Clark Nyack, New York, by 1898–not listed by 1924.
1251 Michael Clark Nyack, New York, by 1914–not listed by 1924.
1252 Putnam Clark Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1892.
1253 Robert H. Clark Nyack, New York, by 1906–c.1932.
1254 Abraham F. Clarke Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1872–1876.
1255 Augustus F. Clarke Boston, Massachusetts, 1887–1899; Atlanta, Georgia, 1899–1912; Richmond, Indiana.
1256 Edward Vernon Clarke Born 1865 in England; Hagerstown, MD; Milwaukee, WI, 1912; Boston, MA, 1914 to beyond 1921; d. 1930.
1257 Clarke, Kinsley & Co. Indiannapolis, Indiana, 1874-1875.
1258 Raymond H. Clarke New Haven, Connecticut, unknown date until late 1940s.
1259 Thomas J. Clarke Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1880s–1893.
1260 William H. Clarke & Co. Indianapolis, Indiana, 1875-c.1881.
1261 J. H. Clary New York City, New York, 1870.
1262 John Clauder Brooklyn, New York, 1980s.
1263 (___) Claus New York City, New York, 1791-1793.
1264 Theodore Clausing New Knoxville, Ohio, 1904.
1265 Ralph Clauson Staten Island {New York City}, New York, c. 1980s.
1266 P. J. Cleary Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
1267 Samuel Langhorne ('Mark Twain') Clemens Elmira, New York, 1907-1910. [Hope-Jones Organ Co. Stockholder]
1268 William B. Clements Hagerstown, Maryland, 1973.
1269 John Clemm [Johann Gottlob Klemm] German born, in US (Philadelphia, New York and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) 1733-1762
1270 William Clemm Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, c. 1752.
1271 Denis Cleroux, (Cléroux) Québec, Canada, 1985.
1272 Lewis B. Clewell Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1892-1921.
1273 Climax Water Motor Chicago, Illinois, 1889-1890; succeeded by the Latham firm.
1274 Elgin Clingaman Deerfield, New Hampshire, by 1988.
1275 C. Clinton Location unknown, 1898.
1276 Charles E. Clinton East Elmhurst {New York City}, New York, 1920.
1277 Joseph E. Clipp Hagerstown, Maryland, c.1956–at least 1996.
1278 George Clisbee Marlborough, Massachusetts, mid 1800s.
1279 John Closs Cincinnati, Ohio, by 1853.
1280 Clough & Warren Detroit, Michigan, 1874-1910; 1912-1917.
1281 James E. Clough Detroit, Michigan, 1867-1874
1282 Léopold Cloutier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
1283 Roland Cloutier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1284 Richard Coates York (now Toronto) Canada, 1820-1861.
1285 (___) Cobb Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1900–1924.
1286 Coburn & Taylor Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1900-1909.
1287 Coburn Organ Co. Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1909–1934.
1288 Arthur L. Coburn Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1916–1931.
1289 Calvin Coburn Cambridge, Massachusetts, by 1850–1884; Boston area, Massachusetts, 1884–1894.
1290 Charles F. Coburn Boston area, Massachusetts, 1880-1904.
1291 Royal C. Coburn St. Louis, Missouri, 1939.
1292 Walter S. Coburn Boston area, Massachusetts, 1881-1887; Baltimore, Maryland, 1889; Boston area, 1890-1892; Chicago, Illinois, by 1896-1909.
1293 Manly Cockcroft North Tonawanda, New York, c. 1912.
1294 Julian Codman Boston, Massachusetts, 1911.
1295 Frederick R. Coffin Los Angeles, California, prior to 1905; Hoboken, New Jersey, 1905.
1296 David W. Cogswell West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1954–1962.
1297 James Cogswell Boston, Massachusetts, 1821-1840s; Rhode Island by 1850–1862.
1298 Jean-Louis Coignet St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, 1983-2004.
1299 Raymond E. Colby Tonawanda, New York, 1985–at least 1989.
1300 Robert C. Colby Buffalo, New York, 1947-56; Tonawanda, New York, 1956; North Charleston, South Carolina, 1991.
1301 Roger A. Colby, Inc. Johnson City, Tennessee, 1979–1984 as Kimber-Allen, from 1984 as R.A. Colby, Inc.
1302 Cold Water Engine Co. Watertown, New York, 1870s.
1303 Cole & Treat Boston or Methune, Massachusetts, 1907.
1304 Cole & Woodberry Massachusetts, 1886–1899.
1305 Cole Church Organ Co. Boston, Massachusetts ca. 1906 (James Cole)
1306 Byron Cole North Pomfret, Vermont, 1987.
1307 James Cole B. 1854 England; in U.S. before 1885; Massachusetts ca. 1885-1932.
1308 Calvin Coleman East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1867.
1309 Gary Coleman Gardena, California, c. 1980s.
1310 Colkit Manufacturing Co. Tonawanda, New York, 1982–1989
1311 Chester S. Collier South Bend, Indiana, by 1965.
1312 Collins Organ Service Albany, New York, 1940s-1950s.
1313 Edward Collins Troy, New York, 1945.
1314 Kirk Collins Woodstock, Illinois, 1975-1980.
1315 Stephen M. Collins Houston, Texas, 1982–1994.
1316 John J. Colton Elmira, New York, 1908; Warsaw, New York, 1915–1932; St. Louis, Missouri, 1932–c.1933.
1317 Columbia Organ Leathers Columbia, Pennsylvania, 1995, leather.
1318 Columbia Organ Works Columbia, Pennsylvania from 1987.
1319 Lynette Combs Deerfield, New Hampshire, by 1988.
1320 Commette & Reinhardt Providence, Rhode Island, c.1870s–1905.
1321 Compagnie d'Orgues Canadiennes St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1910–1930.
1322 Compensating Pipe Organ Co. Toronto, Ontario 1899–1901; Battle Creek, Michigan 1901–1906.
1323 Daniel A. Compton Davidson, North Carolina, 1992.
1324 John Hayes Compton London, England, 1902-1940.
1325 Comstock, Cheney & Co. Ivoryton, Connecticut, c. 1860; merged with Pratt, Read & Co., 1937.
1326 Samuel M. Comstock Ivoryton, Connecticut, c. 1860.
1327 B. B. Conable Warsaw, New York, 1918.
1328 A. Leroy Conkey New Milford, Connecticut, 1890s.
1329 John Conner Freeport, Ohio, 1982.
1330 Ephraim Conrad Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1790s.
1331 Consolidated Pipe Organ Builders Belleville, Illinois, 1976; active in 1983.
1332 Leo Constantineau Methuen, Massachusetts, 1958–1975.
1333 Francis B. Converse Westport, Connecticut, 1929.
1334 Carroll Cook Portland, Maine area, 1930s‐1950s.
1335 John Cook Sr. England; to U.S. 1922; St. Louis, Missouri; Garwood, New Jersey, 1930; Boston, Massachusetts, Methuen, Massachusetts; Orrville, Ohio, 1946.
1336 David Cool St. Joseph, Missouri, by 1982 to present.
1337 Neville Frederick Cool Kansas City, Kansas, 1950s; St. Joseph, Missouri, 1953–present.
1338 (___) Coombs Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1899–1924.
1339 C. B. Cooper Little Rock, Arkansas, 1924.
1340 Jeremy Cooper New England, 1962-1968; Ohio 1968-1969; Hartford, Connecticut, 1969; Concord, New Hampshire 1982.
1341 Joseph G. Cooper Boston, Massachusetts, late 1800s to at least 1905.
1342 Robert Cooper Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1991.
1343 Robert F. Cooper Homer, New York, 1968.
1344 William F. Cooper Worcester, Massachusetts, 1883.
1345 Robert Copeland Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1980; Saltsburg, Pennsylvania, 1986.
1346 Hiram Copley Westfield, Massachusetts, c. 1888.
1347 Donald Corbett Eastern United States, 1970–1983.
1348 George D. Corbett Epson, England, 1975.
1349 Roméo Cordeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1350 Joseph Corkedale Newburgh, New York, 1968–2000.
1351 William T. Corkery Canton, Massachusetts, c.1980s.
1352 [Dr.] Ralph G. Corlis Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, c. 1980s.
1353 Lucien Cormier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1956.
1354 Cornell & Johnson Dover, New Hampshire, 1933.
1355 Robert Cornell Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1995.
1356 G. Dale Cornor Williamsport, Maryland, 1982.
1357 Corrie & Hubie Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1831–1837.
1358 George J. Corrie Boston, Massachusetts until 1827; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 1828.
1359 Henry John [James Henry] Corrie, (& Co.) London, England, 1811-1822; Windsor, Vermont, 1822-1823; Boston, Massachusetts, 1823-1827; Philadelphia,c.1828-c.1837. Pennsylvania, 1828-58
1360 John H. Corrie Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by 1850; Boston, Massachusetts, 1855; Reading, Massachusetts, c.1860–c.1870; Westfield, Massachusetts, by 1880.
1361 William Archibald Corrie Boston, Massachusetts until 1827; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 1828.
1362 Cortese Pipe Organs Ormond Beach, Florida, from 1980s.
1363 Joseph Cortese Lighthouse Point, Florida, 1979.
1364 Georges Cote, (Côté) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1365 Hermann Cote, (Côté) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1366 Wilfrid Cote, (Côté) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1901, 1905.
1367 Thomas H. Cotner Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1989.
1368 James Cottier New York City, New York, 1881.
1369 Joseph Cottler New York City, New York, date unknown.
1370 Paul J. Coughlin Jr. Washington, DC, 1989.
1371 Antoine Couillard Montréal, Québec, Canada, c. 1875.
1372 Germain Coulombe St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1373 Jeff Coulter Hagerstown, Maryland, 1987.
1374 Kenneth Coulter Andover, Massachusetts, date unknown; Eugene, Oregon, 1974.
1375 Charles M. Courboin B. 1886 Belgium; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1927-1929; South Beach, Connecticut, 1930-1931; St. Louis, Missouri, 1931; died 1973.
1376 Victor Courchesne St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1377 Joseph Cournoyer St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1378 Roger Cournoyer St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1379 Gérard Courteau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1380 W. H. Courter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
1381 Joseph Courville Detroit, Michigan, 1890s.
1382 Val Courville New Orleans, Louisiana, at least from 1991–1992.
1383 Louis Bertram Cousans Lincoln, England, 1912.
1384 Jean-Clément Cousineau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1385 François Couture Laval, Québec, Canada, 1987.
1386 Odina Couture St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1387 William King Covell Cambridge, Massachusetts, died c. 1970.
1388 H. A. Covert North Tonawanda, New York, 1910.
1389 Dale Cowherd London, Ontario, Canada, c. 1980s.
1390 James Cox Melrose, Massachusetts, c. 1890s.
1391 E. F. Coyle Location unknown, 1898.
1392 Perry Cozatt Pekin, Illinois, date unknown; Danville, Illinois, c. 1920s.
1393 Ebenezer Crabb Flatbush {Brooklyn, New York City}, New York, mid to late 1800s.
1394 Henry Crabb Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, 1838-1860.
1395 Henry LeTisseur Crabb Flatbush {Brooklyn, New York City}, New York, mid 1800s.
1396 John Richard Carnel Crabb Flatbush {Brooklyn, New York City}, New York, 1837–c. 1861.
1397 Samuel Trevelyan Crabb New York, 1868.
1398 Stephen Crabb Flatbush {Brooklyn, New York City}, New York.
1399 Crabbe See Crabb.
1400 Dean H. (Co.) Craft Indianapolis, Indiana, 1928–no later than 1950.
1401 (___) Crafts Boston, Massachusetts, 1826-1830.
1402 Maude Craig Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1403 Cramblet Engineering Corp. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1925.
1404 P. K. Cramblet Milwaukee, Wisconsin, prior to 1925.
1405 H. W. Cramer Hagerstown, Maryland, 1916.
1406 Albert A. Crampton Moline, Illinois, 1879-1882.
1407 Oscar H. Crane Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1900s.
1408 James D. Crank Menlo Park, California, 1980s.
1409 Ted Crawford San Francisco, California, c. 1930s.
1410 John Cregier Binghamton, New York, 1933.
1411 Frank Creitz Pittsburg, Kansas, by 1978.
1412 Otto Creutz Covington, Kentucky, 1918.
1413 Derwood Crocker Windsor, New York, 1962–1980.
1414 (___) Crockett Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1874.
1415 Raymond Croisetière St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1416 Crome & Varnum Los Angeles, California, 1906.
1417 Crome Organ Co. Los Angeles, California, 1904?–1988.
1418 Carl A. Crome Los Angeles, California, date unknown; in Wilmar, California by 1951.
1419 Edward A. Crome Los Angeles, California, 1930–1951.
1420 Edward L. Crome San Francisco, California, c.1890-1894; Los Angeles, California, 1890s–1930.
1421 Robert F. Crone Cincinnati, Ohio, 1927-1941; Louisville, Kentucky, 1941.
1422 James W. Crooks Boston, Massachusetts, 1901–1902.
1423 Crosby Manufacturing Co. Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, 1883.
1424 Gilbert Crosby San Francisco, California, (1920s?).
1425 Walter F. Crosby New York City, New York, 1880s.
1426 Philibert Croteau Boston, Massachusetts, unknown date; Brooklyn, New York, unknown date.
1427 H. Proctor Crow Jr. Tyler, Texas, 1988–1989.
1428 Philip L. Crowell Dayton, Ohio, 1982–1989.
1429 Samuel Crowell Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, 1830s-1840s.
1430 William Crowell Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, 1830–c.1852.
1431 Crum Pipe Organs Cobleskill, New York, by 1985.
1432 John M. Crum New Jersey, mid-1960s; Cobleskill, New York, active in 1985.
1433 (___) Cudney North Tonawanda, New York, 1912.
1434 Oliver B. Culley Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1895.
1435 Charles F. Cullum London, England, 1886.
1436 Jackson Culp Houston, Texas, 1987.
1437 Cunningham Pipe Organs Cincinnati, Ohio, 1968; Port William, Ohio, 1971.
1438 Eldon R. Cunningham Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1982–1989.
1439 Ian M. Cunningham Cincinnati, Ohio, 1965.
1440 Robert Cunningham Atlanta, Georgia, 1988.
1441 Thomas William Cunningham Cincinnati, Ohio, 1965–1968; in Port William, Ohio, 1971.
1442 William H. Currier Toledo, Ohio, 1877.
1443 Donald D. Curry Lincroft, New Jersey, c.1980s.
1444 Curtis Restoration Society Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from 1926.
1445 Frank Cusak San Francisco, California, (1920s?).
1446 C. R. Cushing Warren, Arkansas, 1946.
1447 W. J. Cushing Warren, Arkansas, 1946.
1448 Wilson Cushman Westfield, Massachusetts, c.1888.
1449 Jean Cusson St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1450 Jean-Marie Cusson St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1451 George M. Custer Hagerstown, Maryland, 1950.
1452 Auguste Cyr St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1905.
1453 Roger Cyr St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1454 Simon Cyr Laval, Québec, Canada, 1989.
1455 Czelusniak et Dugal, Inc. Northampton, Massachusetts, from 1970.
1456 William Francis Czelusniak Northampton, Massachusetts, since 1970.
1457 Marcel D'Amour St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1458 D'Artridge Organ Co. Woodside {New York City}, New York, 1943.
1459 D. & D. Pipe Organ Service Fort Wayne, Indiana, c. 1980s.
1460 The D. W. Karn Co., Ltd. Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, 1867-1896.
1461 R. A. Daffer, Inc. Fulton, Maryland, from 1977.
1462 Roger Daggy Champaign, Illinois, 1984–1991; Evanston, Illinois, 1991.
1463 William Dahl San Francisco, California, (1920s?).
1464 Josef Daicsak London, Ontario, Canada, before 1984–to at least 1986.
1465 Gilles Daigle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
1466 Gilles Daigneault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1467 Ernest Dallwig Konigsberg, Germany, 1913.
1468 A. Dalrymple New York, 1919.
1469 Richard Dalton Toronto, Ontario, Canada, c.1987.
1470 Ronald J. Damholt Evanston, Illinois, from 1978.
1471 Larry J. Damico Staunton, Virginia, 1985; Dayton, Ohio, 1989.
1472 W. B. Damsel Chicago, Illinois, 1923.
1473 Garvin J. Daniel Birmingham, Alabama, 1960s–1980s.
1474 Peter Möller Daniels Hagerstown, Maryland, 1984; Meadow Vista, California, 1989.
1475 W. Riley Daniels Hagerstown, Maryland, 1930–1978.
1476 Guy Dansereau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1477 Frank Darby Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.
1478 Christopher Charles Dargis Merrick, New York, 1930.
1479 John W. Darley Jr. Baltimore, Maryland, 1908.
1480 William Darley Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1840.
1481 Darrow Pipe Organ Service Sioux City, Iowa, 1987.
1482 Rick Darrow Sioux City, Iowa, 1989.
1483 Donald S. Darrows Rochester, New York, 1931.
1484 B. C. Da Shiell North Tonawanda, New York, date unknown; Seattle, Washington, 1924.
1485 (___) Daudelin Canada, c. 1910.
1486 Napoléon Daudelin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1892–1905.
1487 Rodolphe Daunais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1488 Lucien Dauphin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1489 D'autrey Organ Sales Portland, Oregon, c. 1980s.
1490 Lloyd M. Davey Chicago, Illinois, date unknown; Los Angeles, California, 1925;
1491 Georges Daviau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
1492 Robert Daviau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1493 Robert L. David Chicago, Illinois, 1980; Houston, Texas, date unknown; Los Angeles, California, by 1995.
1494 Thomas David New York City, New York, 1867-1868.
1495 Charles H. Davie Scotland until c.1868; Chicago, Illinois by 1868–c.1871.
1496 Davie, Jackson & Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1870/1871.
1497 Dan Davies Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1982.
1498 Elwyn S. Davies Grosse Pointe, Michigan, 1970.
1499 Horatio Davies See Horatio Davis.
1500 Clemente (Dávila) Davila Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 1733.
1501 Grahame Davis & Associates Scottsdale, Arizona, c. 1980s.
1502 Davis & Ferris New York City, New York, 1844–1849.
1503 (___) Davis Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1899–1924.
1504 Albert E. Davis New York City, New York, c.1867-c.1889.
1505 Brian Davis Houston, Texas, 1984-1993; Louisville, Kentucky, 1993-1995; Champaign, Illinois from 1995
1506 Donald Davis St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1944.
1507 Grahame S. Davis Melbourne, Australia, dates unknown; Scottsdale, Arizona, 1983; active in 1990.
1508 Henry L. Davis Jr. New York City, New York, c.1907–c.1912.
1509 Henry L. Davis Sr. New York City, New York, c.1870–1909.
1510 Horatio Davis Boston, Massachusetts, 1853; Reading, Massachusetts, 1856.
1511 John Davis Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1512 John Carlyle Davis Wyoming, Ohio, 1931.
1513 John G. Davis Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c.1984; Nichols, New York, 1991.
1514 John W. Davis Pulaski, Tennessee, 1907.
1515 Lauralee Davis Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.
1516 Lawrence C. Davis East Kingston, New Hampshire, 1982.
1517 Mark Davis Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 1989.
1518 Merrill N. Davis, III Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1990; Chicago, Illinois, date unknown; Bloomington, Illinois, 1995–at least 2001.
1519 Roger E. Davis Holland, Michigan, 1960s-1980s.
1520 William Henry Davis New York City, New York, 1844/1845–1849.
1521 William J. Davis Buffalo, New York, c.1875–1880; Chicago, Illinois, c.1892–
1522 James H. Dawe Seacombe, England, 1907.
1523 Dawson Brothers Canada, c. 1920s.
1524 Jerry L. Dawson Kansas City, Missouri from 1980s
1525 James Dawson Woodstock, Canada; unknown dates; Canada, c. 1920s.
1526 Michael Dawson Lowell, Massachusetts, 1980.
1527 Richard Dawson Woodstock, Canada; date unknown; Canada, c.1920s.
1528 Glen Day Birmingham, Alabama, 1991.
1529 James Day Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1904; Kansas City, Missouri, 1916.
1530 Sam V. Day Location unknown, 1927.
1531 W. G. Day Baltimore, Maryland, 1870
1532 Arvid Dayton Daytonville, Connecticut, 1840s.
1533 Jonah Dayton Daytonville, Connecticut, 1840s.
1534 Francisco de Laxa Mexico City, Mexico, 1834.
1535 Juan de Rojas Mexico City, Mexico, 1696.
1536 (Jefferson) Claude Deagan Chicago, Illinois, 1910s.
1537 Ella L. Deagan Chicago, Illinois, 1934.
1538 John C. Deagan Chicago, Illinois, 1898.
1539 Allen W. Dean Massachusetts,, 1982, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1987.
1540 James Debaun Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1920.
1541 Harry A. Debold Chicago, Illinois, 1900s; New York City, New York area, dates unknown; died 1957.
1542 John DeCamp San Francisco, California, 1967–1984; Los Angeles, 1985–at least 1990.
1543 William V. Deck Covington, Kentucky, 1918.
1544 Andrew B. DeCourcy Boston, Massachusetts, c.1876–1933.
1545 Rodney Leslie Degner Mankato, Minnesota; Methuen, Massachusetts, 1960s; Sioux City, Iowa, 1970s; Madison, Nebraska, 1980s.
1546 Eugene DeKleist North Tonawanda, New York, 1892; merged with the Wurlitzer firm, 1909.
1547 Antonio Delage St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1946.
1548 Delaware Organ Co. Tonawanda, New York, 1956–1996.
1549 Delaware Pipe Organ Co. Wilmington, Delaware, c.1885.
1550 Franklin A. Delespinasse Woodburn, Oregon, c. 1980s.
1551 Alain Delisle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1552 Guy Delisle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1553 Jean-Guy Delisle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1554 Marcel Delisle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1555 Paul Delisle Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1987
1556 Roger Delisle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1557 William H. Delle Chicago, Illinois, 1950s-1970s
1558 Christopher Deller Hessen, Germany; Baltimore, Maryland, by 1860.
1559 Albert Delorne Syracuse, New York, 1940s–1950s,
1560 Delosh Brothers Corona, Queens, New York City, New York, 1938.
1561 Harold W. Demarse Queensbury, New York, 1993.
1562 S. H. Dembinsky Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1967; Houston, Texas, 1974; in Ann Arbor, Michigan, date unknown.
1563 Henri-Paul Demers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1939.
1564 Oscar Demers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1901.
1565 W. L. Deming Salem, Ohio.
1566 (___) Demuth Baltimore, Maryland, c. 1870–1880.
1567 Frederick T. Denghausen Hanover, Germany; Ohio by 1847–1864.
1568 Thomas R. Denigan Newport Beach, California, 1972.
1569 Denison Brothers Deep River, Connecticut, 1877–1941.
1570 Felix A. Denison Deep River, Connecticut, 1881.
1571 Horace P. Denison Deep River, Connecticut, 1881.
1572 William Dennis Montréal, Québec, Canada, 1842-1856.
1573 Dennison Organ Pipe Co. Reading, Massachusetts, 1924–c.1979.
1574 William S. Dennison Reading, Massachusetts, 1885–1946.
1575 Dennison-Warnock Co. Reading, Massachusetts, c.1979–at least to 1980s.
1576 Thomas A. Densel Delphos, Ohio, 1989.
1577 Robert Dent New York City, New York, 1821–1835.
1578 Howard P. Denton Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, from 1970s.
1579 Gust A. Dentzel Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c.1909.
1580 Joseph N. Deptula, Jr. Franklin, Massachusetts, 1971–1981; Wrentham, Massachusetts, 1981–1988.
1581 Harold T. Depue Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Omaha, Nebraska, 1923-1927.
1582 Der Zimbelstern Milwaukee, Wisconsin; from 1985. Sussex, Wisconsin, start date unknown, currently active.
1583 [Dr.] John Derksen Toronto, Ontario, Canada, c.1980s.
1584 Cornelius A. M. 'Kees' DeRooy Erie, Pennsylvania, 1982; active in 1989.
1585 Derrick, Felgemaker & Co. Buffalo, New York 1865–1873; Erie, Pennsylvania; 1873–1875.
1586 Peter Derrick San Francisco, California, c.1930s.
1587 Silas L. Derrick Buffalo, New York, 1865–c.1872; Erie, Pennsylvania, c.1873.
1588 Napoléon Dery, (Déry) Québec City, Québec, Canada by 1874
1589 Raymond Desautels St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
1590 Jeanne-Mance Deschamps St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
1591 Ernest Descoteaux St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1592 Designed Communications Little Rock, Arkansas, 1987.
1593 Antoine Deslauriers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1594 Ernest Desmarais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1860-?. St. Albans, Vermont, (USA) by 1892.
1595 Jean-Guy Desmarais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
1596 M. R. Desmarais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1597 Raymond Desmarais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1598 Rita Desmarais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1599 Bernard Desnoyers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1600 Rosaire Desrochers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
1601 Auguste Desrosiers Louiseville, Canada by c. 1875.
1602 Conrad Desrosiers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1603 J. B. Desrosiers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1604 Léopold Desrosiers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1605 George F. Detrick California, 1923.
1606 Leslie Deutsch Sherman Oaks, California, 1981.
1607 Ralph Deutsch Sherman Oaks, California, 1981.
1608 Charles N. Deverall Buffalo, New York, 1927–1930
1609 Wayne Devereaux Salt Lake City, Utah, 1958–1973.
1610 George T. Devereux St. Louis, Missouri, c.1928.
1611 A. L. Dewar Location unknown, 1898.
1612 John Dewar New York City, New York, c. 1900; Merrick, New York after 1924; Van Nuys, California, c. 1915-1917; Chicago, Illinois; d. 1940.
1613 R. L. Dewar Location unknown, 1898.
1614 Frank A. Dewey Los Angeles, California, 1902.
1615 Dewing & Co. San Francisco, California, 1890.
1616 James Dexheimer Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1980.
1617 Robert Dial Organ Service Springfield, Illinois, 1974; active 1991.
1618 Diamond State Organ Co. Wilmington, Delaware, c.1881-1882.
1619 David J. Dickson Buffalo, New York, 1971-1975; Los Angeles, California, 1975-1985, Buffalo, Jan. 1986–1990
1620 George B. Dickson Santa Monica, California, 1923.
1621 Rudolf von Beckerath Hamburg, Germany, 1949–1976.
1622 Linda Cook Dieck Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1989–1995.
1623 Steven A. Dieck Indianapolis, Indiana, c.1970; Germany, 1970?; Gloucester, Massachusetts, c.1971–1995.
1624 Michael Diedrich Germany; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1850.
1625 Christian Dieffenbach Bethel, Pennsylvania, 1769–1829
1626 David Dieffenbach Bethel, Pennsylvania, 1798–1872.
1627 John Jacob Dieffenbach Millersburg (Bethel) Pennsylvania, 1744-1803.
1628 Thomas Dieffenbach Millersburg {now Bethel}, Pennsylvania, 1821-1900.
1629 Philip Leonard Dieffenbacher Turbotville, Pennsylvania, 1892-1899.
1630 V. Dietrich Location unknown, 1898.
1631 Charles Dietz Louisville, Kentucky, 1944.
1632 John Digiovanna Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1980s.
1633 Denise Dillaire St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1952.
1634 Forrest Dillon Gloucester, Massachusetts, by 1989.
1635 Don F. Dingler Sacramento, California, c.1972–1986.
1636 Raynald Dion St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1956.
1637 Robert Dion Laval, Québec, Canada, 1989.
1638 Victor Dion St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1903.
1639 R.W. Dirksen Nebraska and Illinois, 1920s-1966; Florida 1966-76
1640 Christian [Ditmar?] Dishmer Buffalo, New York, second half of 19th century.
1641 Christian [Dishmer?] Ditmar Buffalo, New York, c.1859.
1642 (___) Dittes Germany, dates unknown; Poughkeepsie, New York, 1910s.
1643 Chandos G. Dix Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1890-1940
1644 Alexander H. Dixon Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 1891.
1645 Dobbs See Dodds.
1646 Dobson Pipe Organ Builders Lake City, Iowa, from 1974.
1647 Elmer Dobson Lake City, Iowa, 1988.
1648 Lynn A. Dobson St. Peter, Minnesota, c. 1971-1973; Lake City, Iowa, 1974-Present.
1649 Muriel Dobson Lake City, Iowa; 1988
1650 Dodds & Claus [Dobbs?] New York City, New York, 1791–1793.
1651 Thomas Dodds, [Dobbs?] New York City, New York by 1786–1793.
1652 (___) Dodge Boston, Massachusetts, 1870s.
1653 Pickering Dodge Salem, Massachusetts, c. 1798.
1654 Ross G. Dodington Aylmer, Ontario, Canada, 1989-1996.
1655 Gustav F. (Döhring) Doehring New York City, New York, 1891; Edgewater, New Jersey, 1918–c.1955.
1656 Christoph (Döller) Doeller Baltimore, Maryland, 1877–1883.
1657 Thomas Doeppers Davidson, North Carolina, 1992.
1658 Doerfler Pipe Organ Company Columbus, Ohio from 1960s: McComb, Ohio, date unknown; Findlay, Ohio, date unknown.
1659 G. A. Doering Dallas, Texas, 1926.
1660 Nicholas Doerr Chicago, Illinois, 1908?–1919.
1661 Warren Doerr Galloway, OH, 1989.
1662 A. R. Dolbeer Chicago, Illinois, 1930.
1663 William H. Dolbeer Reading, Massachusetts, c. 1886.
1664 Louis Dolive Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1971–1979; Staunton, Virginia, 1979–1989.
1665 Conrad Doll Lancaster, PA 1772-1819
1666 Doman Corp. Camillus, New York, c. 1920s.
1667 Lewis B. Doman Camillus, New York, c. 1930–1935
1668 G. A. Dominique Waltham, Massachusetts, c.1901; Boston, MA, 1910; Chicago, Illinois, 1917; Geneva, Illinois, 1924; New York City, 1926.
1669 Dommer Organ Co. Eau Claire, Wisconsin 1980s
1670 Martin Donant San Francisco, California, 1920s?.
1671 Art Donelson Active in Flint, MI, 1976.
1672 Samuel O. Donelson New York City, New York, 1969; Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1976.
1673 W. H. Donley Indianapolis, Indiana, 1910.
1674 Edwin J. Donnoyer, (& Co.) Unknown location, c. 1855.
1675 Doric Organ Co. Morristown, New Jersey, c. 1980s.
1676 Paul Dormont Englewood, New Jersey, 1970s.
1677 H. P. Dorn Kansas City, Missouri, 1912.
1678 Edward Dornoff Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1929–1942.
1679 Robert Dornoff Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1988.
1680 William Ripley Dorr Minneapolis, Minnesota, c. 1914–1916; Chicago, Illinois 1916-1923; Los Angeles, California 1923–1924.
1681 Gerri Dorton Roseville, Minnesota, 1988.
1682 Richard Doucette Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1683 Magdalene Doughty East Kingston, New Hampshire, 1982.
1684 R. L. Douglas Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926, sales.
1685 Ray Douglas Groton, (Massachusetts?), 1940s-1950s, South Harpsell, Maine, mid-1960s; until c. 1980.
1686 Madolyn Douglas-Fallis San Antonio, Texas, 1982.
1687 A. Eugene Doutt South Dakota, 1980s.
1688 Daniel C. Dow Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1905.
1689 (___) Dowdell Los Angeles, California, c. 1904.
1690 John Dower and Company Lincolnton, North Carolina from 1989, name changed to Lincoln Pipe Organs LLC in 2013
1691 Dowling & Blackinton California
1692 Robert H. Dowling Newark, Ohio, 1881.
1693 Joseph Downer Western Pennsylvania, c. 1785; Fayette City, Pennsylvania, circa 1890s?.
1694 (___) Doyle Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1903–1924.
1695 Craig P. Doyle Boston, MA, to c. 1971; Wheaton, IL, 1971-1980; St. Louis, MO, 1980-1983; Hagerstown, MD, 1989, engineer
1696 Harry Doyle San Francisco, California, c. 1908; Erie, Pennsylvania.
1697 Thomas Doyle Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 20th century.
1698 James S. Drake Indianapolis, Indiana, 1873; St. Louis, Missouri, 1875; Cleveland, Ohio, 1878.
1699 Donat Drapeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1700 Léon Drapeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
1701 Rosario Drapeau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1702 Alan Draper Highland, Illinois, c. 1958–1989.
1703 Francis Draper Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1850.
1704 George E. Dresser Boston, Massachusetts, 1914.
1705 Harry A. Dresser Boston 1908-1914
1706 Cheryl Drewes Portland, Oregon, 1990.
1707 Timothy Drewes Massachusetts, Portland, Oregon, by 1996.
1708 Drews Pipe Organs Middle Village {Queens, New York City}, New York, 1964; Stone Ridge, New York, 1970.
1709 Frank C. Drews Middle Village {Queens, New York City}, New York, 1964; Stone Ridge, New York, 1970.
1710 J. Stephan Drexler Louisville, Kentucky, 1988.
1711 J. Drolesky Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1712 Richard Drullinger Lincoln, Nebraska, 1990.
1713 Manuel Duarte y Dávila Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, 1786.
1714 Dubay Organs Co. Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 1964– until at least 1985.
1715 D. E. Dube Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
1716 Jean-Guy Dube, (Dubé) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1943; Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 1964– at least 1989.
1717 Leon A. Dube, (Dubé) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945; Burlington, Ontario, Canada 1964– at least 1985.
1718 Louis Ernest Dube, (Dubé) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1919.
1719 Michael-Guy Dube, (Dubé) Burlington, Ontario, Canada; 1989.
1720 Philippe Dube, (Dubé) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1721 Raymond Dube, (Dubé) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1722 Charles R. Dubois New York, 1919.
1723 H. H. DuBrule Hartford, Connecticut, 1958.
1724 Candide Dubuc St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1939.
1725 Georges Ducharme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1940.
1726 Lise Ducharme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1727 Watson Duchemin Charlottetown, Canada, c. 1850
1728 William N. Duck, III Lancaster, Pennylvania; Millersville, Pennylvania; Columbia, Pennylvania, 1987
1729 Charles Ducommun Los Angeles, California, c. 1904.
1730 Brantley A. Duddy Cedars, Pennsylvania 1970s-80s.
1731 W. Dudek Location unknown, 1898.
1732 P. J. Dudley Santa Monica, California, 1923.
1733 Philip E. Dudley Springfield, Massachusetts, 1917.
1734 Clyde Duensing Flagler Beach, Florida; c. 1980s.
1735 Adrien Dufault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1895, with firm, 1905.
1736 J. R. Dufault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1737 Jean-Paul Dufault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1738 Robert Dufault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1739 Rosaire Dufault St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1740 Bernard Dufner Buffalo, New York, 1875.
1741 Albert Dufresne St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903.
1742 Claude Dufresne St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
1743 Francis Eugene Dugal Northampton, Massachusetts, 1970.
1744 Jacques Duhamel St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1745 Fernand Dulmaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1746 Samuel Dulmaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1747 Lucien Dumas St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1748 Roland Dumas Boston, Massachusetts; Gloucester, Massachusetts; Salem, Massachusetts, 1988.
1749 Merle Dummer St. Peter, Minnesota, 1970s.
1750 André Dumont St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1751 Constant Dumont St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1752 Casey Dunaway Gloucester, Massachusetts, by 1989-to at least 1995.
1753 E. H. Duncklee Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
1754 F. C. Duncklee Brattleboro, Vermont, 1926.
1755 F. A. Duncombe Erie, Pennsylvania, 1918.
1756 R. L. Dunlap Portland, Oregon, 1924.
1757 Melvin W. Dunn Salt Lake City, Utah; Louisville, Kentucky, 1987–1989.
1758 Raymond R. Dunn St. Louis, Missouri, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1940; c. 1980s.
1759 James Dunnavant Athens, Alabama, c. 1980s.
1760 E. E. Dunning, Jr. Boerne, Texas, 1980.
1761 Duo-Art Reproducing Organ Player Garwood, New Jersey, 1917.
1762 Adrien Dupont St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
1763 Jean-Guy Dupont St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
1764 Thomas L. Dupont Woonsocket, Rhode Island, before 1974
1765 Andrée Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
1766 Jean-Jacques Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
1767 Marcel Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1768 Maurice Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
1769 Ovila Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1770 Raol Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1771 Robert Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1772 Roger Dupre, (Dupré) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
1773 Jean-Paul Dupuis St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
1774 Conrad O. Durham Providence, Rhode Island, 1919,
1775 Alonzo Durkee New York City, New York, c. 1860.
1776 Charles Edward Durner Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 1914–1932.
1777 Charles F. Durner Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 1861–1914.
1778 Christian Durner Germany, until c. 1857; in Zion Hill, date unknown; near Quakertown, Pennsylvania, by 1861.
1779 J. Christian Durner Germany, dates unknown; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1882.
1780 Durst & Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, from 1924; reorganized 1926; merged as Organ Supply Industries, 1984.
1781 Durst, Boegle & Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, 1926; renamed Durst & Co.; merged with Organ Supply Co. as Organ Supply Industries, 1984.
1782 Carl F. Durst Erie, Pennsylvania, 1925–1981.
1783 Charles Durst Erie, Pennsylvania, dates unknown.
1784 Frederick R. Durst Pomeroy, Ohio, 1906; Highland, Illinois; Pekin, Illinois, 1912-1917; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1917–1954.
1785 Harry Durst Chicago, Illinois, before 1922; New York City, New York, 1927.
1786 Ralph N. Durst Erie, Pennsylvania, 1930s–c.1942 ; died 1944.
1787 Roland Durst Erie, Pennsylvania, 1944–1972.
1788 Val P. Durst Pomeroy, Ohio, c.1908; Pekin, Illinois, dates unknown; Erie, Pennsylvania, c.1920–1944.
1789 William R. Durst Erie, Pennsylvania, 1957–1984; Johnson City, Tennessee, 1984–1988; Jonesborough, Tennessee, 1988–to at least 1996.
1790 Dutch Craft Organ Builders Haledon, New Jersey, and Lake Wales, Florida; 1959?–1989.
1791 Jean Dutin Laval, Québec; Canada, 1989.
1792 David Dutton Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, before 1833–1850
1793 Saluste Duval St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1917.
1794 Peter Duys Bellwood, Illinois, 1982; Dixon, Illinois, 1987; active in 1990.
1795 Dyer Brothers & Co. Fairbault, Minnesota, 1871.
1796 Emmanuel Dyer Manheim, Pennsylvania, c.1800.
1797 Randall Dyer & Assoc., Inc. Jefferson City, Tennessee, from 1967.
1798 John Bryan Dyker Millersville, Pennsylvania, 1977-1979; Richmond, Virginia, 1983-1984; Deerfield, New Hampshire, 1985.
1799 Thomas Dyson Westfield, Massachusetts, 1870s–1898.
1800 Joseph F. Dzeda New Haven, Connecticut; from 1973.
1801 E. & B. Organ Co. Taft, California, 1981.
1802 E. & F. Hesse St. Louis, Missouri, 1865.
1803 E. & G. G. Hook Boston, Massachusetts 1827-1872; succeeded by E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings.
1804 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings Boston, Massachusetts 1872-1881
1805 E. & M. Organ Co. Whiteville, North Carolina, c. 1980s.
1806 E. A. Bouslog Inc. Indianapolis, Indiana, 1918–1930.
1807 E. Boecker Organ & Orchestrion Co. New York City, New York, 1908–1912.
1808 E. E. Holloway Co. Indianapolis?, Indiana, 1888–1929.
1809 E. H. Holloway Corp. Indianapolis, Indiana, 1945-1985?
1810 E. L. Lennox Piano Co. Indianapolis, Indiana, dates unknown.
1811 E.M. Skinner Co., Inc. Reading, Massachusetts 1958–1959; Oakland, Florida 1959-c.1975; East Kingston, New Hampshire, 1982-1987.
1812 E. Pfeifer & Son Austin, Texas, 1899–1929.
1813 E. R. Kilgen Organ Co. St. Louis, Missouri 1939; after early 1940s Kilgen Organ Co.
1814 Thomas Stephen Eader, Jr. Ellicott City, Maryland, mid 1900s.
1815 Charles R. Eames Kansas City, Kansas, prior to 1982; Lathrop Massachusetts, 1982; Houston Texas, 1986-1994; Champaign, Illinois, from 1994.
1816 Earle & Beale New York City, New York, 1864.
1817 Earle & Bradley Riverhead, New York, 1870s
1818 Alfred C. Earle Boston, Massachusetts, c.1858–c.1861.
1819 George W. Jr. Earle Hempstead, New York, 1906–1918.
1820 George W. Earle (& Son) Hampstead, New York, c.1890–1906.
1821 Michael Earp Highland, Illinois, 1970s; West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1980s.
1822 Eastern Organ Pipes Inc. Hagerstown, Maryland, 1995.
1823 Osgood Eaton Reading, Massachusetts, 1860.
1824 Roger Eaton Berkeley, California, before 1918.
1825 Sidney Eaton Reading, Massachusetts c.1979.
1826 A. Eberbach With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912.
1827 Arthur A. Eberhardt Florissant, California, 1989.
1828 Otto Eberle Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1928–1963.
1829 Walter H. Eberle Kenmore, New York, c. 1980s.
1830 Harry J. Ebert (Organ Co.) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1968
1831 S. H. Ebert Brooklyn, New York, 1897; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1909-1933.
1832 Robert L. Eby Newport Beach, California, 1935?–1985.
1833 H. B. Eckelmann Cincinnati, Ohio, 1862.
1834 Bernhard Eckhardt New York City, New York, c.1870–c.1915.
1835 Economy Air Filter Co. Quincy, Illinois, 1926.
1836 Marcia Eddy-Hamilton Lincoln, Nebraska, 1989.
1837 Lewis C. Edgerly Boston, Massachusetts, c.1871.
1838 Edgewater Organ Shops Edgewater, New Jersey, 1916.
1839 Edward Lye & Sons Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1864; closed 1934, succeeded by Lye Organ Co.
1840 Calvin Edwards Gorham, Maine, 1825–1845.
1841 Frank W. Edwards Springfield, Massachusetts, 1924.
1842 Gus Edwards San Francisco, California, 1915–1930s.
1843 Edwin Wilkinson & Co. Active in Philadelphia, PA, c. 1882
1844 John Egan Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1871–1880.
1845 Charles Eggers St. Peter, Minnesota, 1970s.
1846 Frederick E. P. Ehrlich Gohlis, Germany, 1900.
1847 George Ehrlicher Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ca. 1875.
1848 Lisa C. Eichenfield Active in New York City, NY, 1982.
1849 B. Eichler New York City, New York, (1870s?).
1850 Louis G. Eichman Chicago, Illinois, 1907–1911.
1851 Eifert & Stoehr New York City, NY, c. 1899; active in 1927
1852 George [Georg] Eifert Astoria, New York, c.1899-c.1915.
1853 Christopher Eifler Active in Darby or Philadelphia, PA, c. 1909; carousel organs.
1854 Eilers Music Co. San Francisco, California, c. 1910.
1855 A. J. Eiloia Woodland, California, c.1980s.
1856 Theodore Ek With new Aeolian-Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1983, visual design.
1857 Fred Eklund Boston, Massachusetts, 1924.
1858 William N. Elbert Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1890s.
1859 Alexander Elder Baltimore, Maryland, c. 1850s.
1860 Electric Specialty Co. Stamford, Connecticut, c.1930s.
1861 Electric Vibrato Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1928.
1862 Electrolian Organ Co. Succeeded Art Organ Co.; established in Hoboken, New Jersey, 1905–1906.
1863 Bradford H. Elker Milford, Connecticut, c.1980s.
1864 Leonard W. Ellen Great Missenden, England, 1983.
1865 William J. Ellenberger Ohio, 1980s
1866 J. S. Ellingwood Dallas, Texas, c. 1928.
1867 Alfred G. Elliot Virginia, 1978–1980.
1868 Robert Pier Elliot Detroit MI; Hartford CT, 7 years; Elmira, NY, 1909-10; Van Nuys, CA, 1916-1918; Chicago 1929; d. 1941
1869 Walter V. Elliot Rockville Center, Long Island, New York, 1921.
1870 Luther Elliott Reading, Massachusetts, 1860.
1871 Vernon S. Elliott Charleston, South Carolina from 1950s; with Ontko & Young 1980s-1990s.
1872 George R. Ellis With Clarke, Kinsley & Co. of Indianapolis, IN, and its successor William H. Clarke & Co.; own firm in Indianapolis by 1882;
1873 Jackson & Ellis Co. Partnership of Samuel Ellis and Richard W. Jackson in St. Louis, MO, 1873.
1874 Ronald F. Ellis with M. P. Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1968, president, 1986; with Wicks firm of Highland Park, IL, 1993, eastern manager
1875 Samuel Ellis Partner with Richard W. Jackson in Ellis, Jackson & Co. of St. Louis, MO, 1873; had firm in St. Louis, MO, 1878
1876 Alfred G. Ellniger son of Gustave A. Ellniger; pipemaker; (with Pilcher firm of Louisville, KY?)
1877 Gustave A. Ellniger Born c. 1855 in Austria; immigrated to the U.S. 1884; in NY c. 1887; in DE c. 1892; in MA c. 1897; in Louisville, KY, by 1910; pipemaker;
1878 R. [A.?] Eltom Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
1879 Augustus C. Ely With Robert Hope-Jones (Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, and Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, earky 1900s
1880 Carl Emerson With Hemry firm of Cleveland, OH, 1980s.
1881 Christopher Emerson With Quimby firm of Warrensburg, MO; active 1991.
1882 Lorrie Emery With Visscher firm of Soquel, CA, 1989
1883 Stephen L. Emery Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1982; Hopewell, New Jersey and active in 1990 with firm.
1884 Albert Emola Active in Endicott, NY, 1976.
1885 Empire Organ Co. Battle Creek, Michigan, c. 1930.
1886 Leo Alan Endel Active in Leeton, MO, 1989.
1887 Donald Newman (Brother) Endicott Representative in Chicago, IL, of the Levsen firm of Buffalo, IA, 1991.
1888 Linville Endres With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
1889 Albert Engelfried with Roosevelt firm of New York City, NY, voicer.
1890 Charles Engelfried with Roosevelt firm of New York City, NY, voicer.
1891 Francis [Franz] Xavier Engelfried New York City, NY, 1853-1875.
1892 George Engelfried Active in New York City, NY, 1870.
1893 David Engen Maple Grove, Minnesota from 1990s
1894 William Engle Hartford, Connecticut, 1900-1957.
1895 Mary Ennis Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1896 John H. Enstein New York City, New York, prior to 1841.
1897 Erb & Van Dinter Organ & Altar Factory Mishawaka, Illinois, 1886-1893.
1898 August Erb B. 1838 in Germany; immigrated to the United States, c.1866; Mishawaka, Illinois, 1886–1905.
1899 Charles Erben New York City, New York, c.1871–1884?.
1900 Henry Erben New York City, New York, 1827–c.1875; branch in Baltimore, Maryland, 1847–1864.
1901 Peter Erben New York City, New York, ca. 1813–1861.
1902 Sebastian Erich Austria, 1983-1986; Italy, 1987–1988; Staunton, Virginia, 1989–1991.
1903 Allen K. Ericksen Chicago, Illinois, 1989.
1904 Dale Erickson Roseville, Minnesota, 1988.
1905 Gus E. Erickson Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
1906 Thomas Erickson Red Wing, Minnesota from ca. 1970
1907 Erie Reed Pipe Co. Erie, Pennsylvania, c. 1921; acquired by Durst & Co., 1933.
1908 George Erlicher Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870-1874.
1909 Erwin Hydraulic Machinery Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1891–1892.
1910 Jesse Eschbach - With Jaeckel firm of Duluth, MN, 1987; organist; instructor at Northern Texas State University, Denton, 1988;
1911 Harry Essen Buffalo, New York from ca. 1910
1912 Essex Organ Service Essex, Massachusetts, 1940s–1950s.
1913 Estey Organ Co. Brattleboro, Vermont, 1901–1959.
1914 J. Harry Estey Brattleboro, VT, prior to 1920
1915 Jacob Estey Brattleboro, VT, 1852-1890
1916 Jacob Gray Estey Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1890-1930.
1917 Joseph G. Estey Brattleboro, Vermont, unknown date prior 1946.
1918 Julius J. Estey Brattleboro, Vermont, 1890–1902.
1919 Estey-Welte Corp. New York City, New York? 1926.
1920 D. J. Ethridge In Villa Rica, GA; purchased organ supplies, c.
1921 Thomas Etwell Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, 1909.
1922 Walter Evans Representative of the Wicks firm of Highland, IL, in Vancouver, BC, Canada, c. 1920s.
1923 Wardle E. Evans Hackney, England, 1881.
1924 William Evans Lockport, IL, c. 1870
1925 François Even St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
1926 Evenheeter Manufacturers Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1925.
1927 Harry Gérard Evers St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
1928 Doug Eyman Millersville, Pennsylvania, 1982.
1929 Eric E. Ezequelle Hartford, Connecticut, c.1980–1990.
1930 F. A. Peters Organ Co. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, c. 1884.
1931 William F. Faber With Chicago Pipe Organ Co. of Chicago, IL, 1884, secretary.
1932 Carmelo Fabrizio With Aeolian-Skinner firm of Boston, MA, by 1947.
1933 David J. Fabry Illinois, from 1955.
1934 G. Fabry Atlantic City, NJ, 1930
1935 Gustav Fabry (& Sons) Hagerstown, Maryland 1930s-1955; Illinois 1955–1975.
1936 Henry L. Fabry (Inc.) Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, c. 1980s.
1937 Fabry Inc. Illinois from 1990s
1938 J. [John B. or Joshua ?] Fackler Name appears on pipe of 1894 Jardine organ.
1939 John B. Fackler New York City, New York, 1862–1898.
1940 Joshua Fackler With Odell firm of New York City, NY, 1860s.
1941 William Fackler New York City, New York, 1870s.
1942 J. K. Fagan Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1912–1919; Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1921.
1943 P. S. Fairjoy Vermont, 1921.
1944 Clifford B. Fairley Portland, Oregon, 1988.
1945 H. B. Fairman Cleveland Heights, Ohio, c. 1980s.
1946 Robert Faix Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
1947 Marvin L. Falconer Lakeport, California, c.1980s.
1948 V. H. Falk Berkeley, California, before 1918.
1949 H. S. Farger Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1921; Louisville, Kentucky, date unknown; Indianapolis, Indiana, before 1940.
1950 Stanley H. Fargher Born in England; U.S., 1909; St. Louis, Missouri; Tonawanda, New York; Chicago, Illinois; New York City, New York, 1933.
1951 John A. Farley Worcester, Massachusetts, 1855-1885.
1952 David Farmer Champaign, Illinois, 1990.
1953 John Allen Farmer Georgetown, Massachusetts, 1970-1976; Deerfield, New Hampshire, 1976-1978; Eugene, Oregon, 1978-1979. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, from 1979.
1954 Kristin Farmer Winston-Salem, North Carolina, by 1989.
1955 Robert Farran San Francisco, California, c. 1860.
1956 Farrand & Votey Organ Co. Detroit, Michigan, 1887-1897.
1957 Farrand Organ Co. Detroit?, Michigan, 1897-1915, (reed organs).
1958 William Raynolds Farrand Detroit, Michigan, 1887-1897.
1959 Farrell Organ Company San Antonio, Texas from 1980s
1960 Frank Farren San Francisco, California, c. 1914.
1961 Stephen Farrier Brooklyn, New York; 1995.
1962 J. Sloan Fassett Elmira, New York, 1907-1910.
1963 Frank Fassler San Francisco, California, c. 1914.
1964 Faucher Organ Company, Inc. Springfield, Massachusetts, 1987–1992; Biddeford, Maine, from 1992.
1965 John Fauser Detroit, Michigan, 1855–1860.
1966 Martin Fauser Detroit, Michigan, 1856-1858.
1967 (___) Faust Active in St. Louis, MO, 1860s.
1968 Wilfrid Favreau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1902.
1969 John Fawcett England, before 1819; New York City, New York, 1819-1846 or later.
1970 William Fawk Salem, Oregon, c. 1980s.
1971 Auguste Fay Montréal, Canada, 1832–1864.
1972 Arpard E. Fazakas Boston, MA, c. 1905; Springfield, MA, c. 1910; East Orange, NJ, 1917, active in 1955.
1973 Thomas (& Co.) Feeser Littiz, Pennsylvania, 1992-1994.
1974 Chris Feiereisen (Pipe Organ Service) Manitowoc, Winsconsin from 1980s
1975 Frank Feiling Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1878.
1976 Augustus Barnard Felgemaker Buffalo, New York, 1858–1868; Erie, Pennsylvania, by 1872–1905.
1977 Julius Felgemaker Erie, New York, 1869-1894.
1978 Felix F. Schoenstein & Sons San Francisco, California, 1877–1980s.
1979 Arthur J. Fellows St. Paul, Minnesota, 1961-1963.
1980 Charles F. Felt Keene, New Hampshire, late 1840s–1857.
1981 William P. III (Organ Co.) Fenimore Haddon Heights, New Jersey, 1982–1985.
1982 Fenton Organ Co. New York City, NY, 1912-c.1917; Re-established Nyack, New York, c. 1932.
1983 Arthur L. Fenton New York City, New York, 1912–1915; Merrick, New York, by 1915, Nyack, New York, 1920–at least 1932.
1984 Ernest Ferlatte St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
1985 Harry C. Fernihough Granite City, Illinois, 1937–c.1985.
1986 Ferrara & Bishop Active in Maplewood, NJ, 1969;
1987 Ferris & Stuart New York City, 1858-1860.
1988 H. C. Ferris Van Nuys, California, prior to 1928; Weikersheim, Württemberg, Germany, 1928.
1989 Richard M. Ferris, (& Co.) New York City, New York, 1830-1935; Southern United States, c1936–1840; New York City, New York, 1840–1858.
1990 Philip Feyring Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1750s–1760s.
1991 Carl Fiebrand Purchased organ pipes from Jerome B. Meyer firm, 1927.
1992 Jerry Jewett Field, Jr. Richmond, Virginia, 1979-1991.
1993 John Fifield Active in Boston, MA, c. 1840s;
1994 Finch Organs David Finch, Florala, Alabama from 1980s
1995 Kathryn A. Finch Little Silver, New Jersey, 1989.
1996 G. Fink New York City, New York, dates unknown; Detroit, Michigan, c.1896.
1997 J. J. Fink Pekin, Illinois, 1881.
1998 James Fink Born c. 1830 in MD; with Koehnken & Co. of Cincinnati, OH, 1860.
1999 Julius Firmbach New York City, New York, from 1870; Detroit, Michigan; Brooklyn, New York, c. 1909; Garwood, New Jersey.
2000 Firth & Hall New York City, New York, 1820-1847.
2001 John Firth New York City, New York, c. 1820–1847.
2002 Fischer Organ Co. Erie, Pennsylvania from ca. 1980–2016
2003 Paul E. Fischer Pipe Organ Sales & Service Erie, Pennsylvania, 1978–2015
2004 Robert M. Fischer Valencia, Pennsylvania, 1982;
2005 Richard G. Fish Oneida, New York, 1989.
2006 Daniel Fishbein Champaign, Illinois, 1991
2007 Fisher & Hodges Taunton, Massachusetts, c.1830.
2008 Cleveland Herman Fisher Washington, DC, area mid 1900s
2009 George Fisher Boston, Massachusetts, 1856/1857 or 1860.
2010 H. M. Fisher Allentown, Philadelphia, and Reading, Pennsylvania; by 1899 to 1908.
2011 N. G. Fisher Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1922.
2012 Nathan Fisher Taunton, Massachusetts, c.1830.
2013 Paul E. Fischer Erie, Pennsylvania, from the 1970s–2015.
2014 Charles Brenton Fisk Redwood City, California, 1951-53; Cleveland, Ohio, 1953-1955; Methuen, Massachusetts, 1955; Gloucester, Massachusetts
2015 Harry G. Fisk Springfield, Massachusetts, 1917.
2016 Josiah B. K. Fisk Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1960s.
2017 Virginia Lee Fisk Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1993–1995.
2018 Eric A. Fiss Fargo, North Dakota, c. 1960.
2019 Judd FitzGerald Boston, Massachusetts, dates unknown.
2020 Charles A. Flaherty Boston, Massachusetts, 1914.
2021 Frederick J. Flaherty St. John, New Brunswick, Canada; Kendal Green, Massachusetts c.1897?; Waltham, Massachusetts , 1908; Melrose, Massachusetts 1914; Waltham, 1926-32.
2022 Joe Flammia Nags Head, North Carolina, c.1980s.
2023 August W. Flegel Cranford, New Jersey, 1907.
2024 Mortimer Fleishacker Van Nuys, California, c. 1923.
2025 Alfred B. Fleming B. 1885 in England; to United States, 1913; Chicago, Illinois, dates unknown.
2026 William Boone Fleming Boston, 1874; Philadelphia 1881 & NYC 1889; Detroit, 1893-1900; Los Angeles 1903; Hoboken, NJ 1905; Philadelphia 1909-27.
2027 Gertrude Flesh Elmira, New York, c. 1908.
2028 Henry Flester Elmira, New York, 1908.
2029 Fletcher & Harris Los Angeles, California, 1895; succeeded by Murray M. Harris Organ Co. by 1900.
2030 Henry C. Fletcher Los Angeles, California, 1895; Phoenix, Arizona, dates unknown; Chicago, Illinois by 1902.
2031 W. E. Fletcher New York City, New York, 1928.
2032 Warren L. Fletcher West Boyleston, Massachusetts; Boston, Massachusetts, 1901; Reading, Massachusetts, 1903;
2033 Pierre Fleurand St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2034 Jean Flibotte St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
2035 E. H. Flinn Detroit, Michigan, 1887.
2036 Edward W. Flint Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., early 20th century.
2037 Edward W. Flint Boston, Massachusetts c. 1928; North Andover, before 1975.
2038 Florida Organ Co. West Palm Beach, Florida, 1944.
2039 Albert Floro Lawrence, Kansas? 1937.
2040 C. B. Floyd Boston, Massachusetts; West Haven, Connecticut; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1916; West Haven, Connecticut, 1919.
2041 J. Fluette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943
2042 Foerg & Ollesch Louisville, Kentucky, 1903.
2043 August Foerg Louisville, Kentucky, 1903.
2044 Bernard Foerg, Jr. Louisville, Kentucky, 1903.
2045 Carl Fogelberg Boston, Massachusetts, 1870–1887.
2046 Michael Edward Foley Bolton, Connecticut, 1968; Tolland, Connecticut, unknown date to present.
2047 Robert Foley Butler, Wisconsin, 1981-1985; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1985; active 1990.
2048 Foley-Baker Inc. Bolton, Connecticut, 1968-1984; Tolland, Connecticut and Mt Sinai, New York, unknown date to present.
2049 Foley-Biggers Organ Service Milwaukee and Shorewood, Wisconsin from 1980s.
2050 Arthur Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1909.
2051 Elphège Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
2052 Emile Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1941.
2053 Gérard Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2054 Jacques Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2055 Jean Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
2056 Jean-Paul Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
2057 Philippe Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2058 Raymond Fontaine St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2059 George T. Foot [Foote] Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1876, 1877; Denver, Colorado, 1912; Arvada, Colorado, 1913.
2060 Steven M. Foote Lansing, Michigan, 1990.
2061 Jacques Forbes St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
2062 Réal Forcier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
2063 Ford & Crockett Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1874.
2064 Charles Rufus Ford Boston, Massachusetts, 1884.
2065 Charles S. Ford Portland, Oregon, 1989.
2066 Daniel Ford Hopewell, New Jersey, 1990.
2067 Henry C. Foresman Miami, Florida; c. 1980s.
2068 Edmond Forest St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2069 Conrad Forischon Cincinnati, Ohio, 1863.
2070 Emily Forman Brooklyn, New York, after 1982.
2071 Jack [Dr.] Formby St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, c. 1980s.
2072 Samuel [LaForest?] Forrest Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, 1830s-mid 1840s.
2073 Philipp Sebastian (Förster) Forster Lich, Hessen, Germany; United States, 1881.
2074 James T. Fort Texas, Louisiana, and Arizona, late 1900s.
2075 Charles Forte (Forté) Montréal, Canada, 1861–1881.
2076 Edmond Fortin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2077 Jean-Marc Fortin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
2078 (___) Forton North Tonawanda, New York, 1912.
2079 Henry Fosmire Gloversville, New York, 1870s.
2080 Adolph Fosness Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1912.
2081 Foss Pipe Organ Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1920s or 1930s.
2082 Frank Foss New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1912.
2083 Charles W. Fossler Adeline, Illinois, 1874
2084 Foster & Felt Keene, New Hampshire, 1845–no later than 1866.
2085 Foster & Thayer Winchester, New Hampshire, 1842–1845.
2086 Augustus C. Foster Boston, Massachusetts; Hartford, Connecticut, Boston, 1912.
2087 Ephraim Foster Keene, New Hampshire, 1830s-1840s (or beyond).
2088 Grace L. Foster Milford, Iowa, 1889.
2089 Henry L. Foster Keene, New Hampshire, 1850.
2090 Joseph Foster Winchester, Massachusetts 1842-1845; Keene, New Hampshire, 1845-1866.
2091 Foster, Pratt, & Co. Winchester, Massachusetts, c. 1835.
2092 Thomas Foster Western United States, 1987.
2093 Germain Fournier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2094 P. Fournier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1895, with firm, 1905.
2095 Fouser Associates Birmingham, Michigan 1950s.
2096 Robert Fouser Pipe Organs Plymouth, Michigan 1960s.
2097 Bruce T. Fowkes Provo, Utah, 1979; England, 1982; Eugene, Oregon, 1985; Tonawanda, New York, 1987; Ooltewah, Tennessee from 1988.
2098 A. Elisha Fowler Massachusetts, 1902–1914; unknown location(s) 1914–1949.
2099 Alexander Fowler New York City, New York, 1831-1832.
2100 Fowler Organ Company Lansing, Michigan, from 1978.
2101 Gordon Fowlston St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1941.
2102 Gary Foxe Bellwood, Illinois, c.1977–1978; Butler, Wisconsin, 1979–1985.
2103 George Elliot Fradenburg Kansas City, Missouri, c. 1905-1920.
2104 Frank Frame Los Angeles, California, c.1904.
2105 O. C. Frame Pasadena, California, 1919.
2106 Frank J. Sauter & Sons Aslip, Illinois from 1980s
2107 (___) Frank North Tonawanda, New York, 1911.
2108 Frederick P. Frank Tonawanda, New York, 1963; Dekalb, Illinois, 1981–at least 1985.
2109 Russell D. Franklin (Pipe Organs) Victoria, Texas, 1989.
2110 Richard Morris Frary, Jr. Southampton, Massachusetts, 1976.
2111 Franklin W. Fraser Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1893.
2112 Frazee Organ Co. Everett, Massachusetts 1920s-1930s
2113 Gerald F. Frazee Everett, Massachusetts, 1920s?
2114 H. Norman Frazee Everett, Massachusetts, c. 1920–1934.
2115 Leslie H. Frazee St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, 1880s; Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1890–1915; Everett, Massachusetts 1920–1934
2116 Wallace Frazee Everett, Massachusetts, 1933; Durham, North Carolina; 1953–1982.
2117 Charles Frazetto Urbana, Illinois, 1988.
2118 Herman Freckmann Louisville, Kentucky, 1910.
2119 Otto Freckmann Louisville, Kentucky, 1910.
2120 Fred J. Helmes & Co. Elmont, New York, 1963; Franklin Square, New York, c.1980s.
2121 Charles Freeman St. Louis, Missouri, 1943.
2122 Theodore Freeman St. Louis, Missouri; 1850.
2123 Freeport Organ Co. Freeport, Illinois, 1929; Hiawatha, Illinois; closed 1966.
2124 Fred E. Freers Midwestern United States, 1917.
2125 Albert Freitag Milwaukee, Wisconsin; in Boston, Massachusetts; in Troy, New York; in Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1909.
2126 Arnold Freitag Troy, New York, 1906-1090; Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1909; Lansingburgh, New York, 1913–c. 1920.
2127 Rubin S. Frels Victoria Falls, Texas, 1951–c.2010.
2128 Arthur (Frenière) Freniere St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1908.
2129 Jean-Paul (Frenière) Freniere St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
2130 Roger (Frenière) Freniere St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
2131 Carl J. Frenning Dedham, Massachusetts, 1960s.
2132 Adolph Fressmegger Louisville, Kentucky, 1944; Hagerstown, Maryland, date unknown.
2133 H. Freulke Cincinnati, Ohio, 1860s.
2134 Hugo Frey Mankato, Minnesota, 1916.
2135 J. Vern Fridlund Chicago, Illinois, 15 years; New York City, 1926.
2136 Edward Friedrich Highland, Illinois, c.1915.
2137 Frank L. Friemel Fort Worth, Texas, 1981; Cleveland, Ohio, 1986-1988; Fort Worth, Texas, 1985.
2138 Paul Fritts & Co., Organbuilders Tacoma, Washington from 1990.
2139 Fritts-Richards Organ Builders Tacoma, Washington, 1979-1990.
2140 A. R. Fritzinger Bath, Pennsylvania.
2141 Fritzsche Organ Co. Allentown, Pennsylvania, from 1932.
2142 W. J. Froehlich Westfield, New Jersey, 1980.
2143 Walter Froehlich Westfield, New Jersey, c. 1980s.
2144 (___) Froelich Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1892.
2145 Ellis F. Frost Washington, DC. 1917.
2146 Donald G. Frueh Lawrence, Kansas, 1977.
2147 Charles Fruhstuck Pipe Organ Service Minneapolis, Minnesota, from 1980s.
2148 Joe Frushour Hagerstown, Maryland, 1995.
2149 John A. (Pipe Organ Service) Fryckman Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1967–1988.
2150 Devon Fryling Ooltewah, Tennessee, 1988–1991.
2151 John Fryxell Moline, Illinois, 1883–1886, 1888–1920. Oakland, California, 1887.
2152 Virginia Fuch St. Louis, Missouri, 1943.
2153 John George Fuchs New York City, New York by 1899–1928.
2154 Jul. Fuchs New York City, New York, 1885.
2155 Fred Fuller Madison, Wisconsin, 1964.
2156 James Fuller New York City, New York, c. 1766.
2157 Fulton Pipe Organ Co. Hinkley, Ohio, c. 1980s.
2158 Graham Fulton Connecticut, c.1960.
2159 Roland G. Funk Hagerstown, Maryland, 1987–1989.
2160 Jacob Otterbein Funkhouser Hagerstown, Maryland, 1900–1931.
2161 Joseph Furbush See Furbush, Joshua.
2162 Joshua [Joseph?] Furbush Wells and Kennebunk areas in Maine c.1810-1827.
2163 Fred Furst York, Pennsylvania, 1940s-1960s
2164 Klaus Furtwangler North Charleston, South Carolina, 1991.
2165 G. Molinari & Sons Brooklyn, New York, early 1860s–1909.
2166 G. Wilhelm's Sons Oakland, California, by 1899–1906.
2167 G.- P. Pipe Organ Co. Kansas City, Missouri, c. 1980s
2168 Marcel Gadbois St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2169 Karen Gaddis Lake City, Iowa, c. 1978-1984.
2170 Emmett Robert Gaderer Hartford, Connecticut, 1915.
2171 Emil C. Gaebler Watertown, Wisconsin, 1858-1881, 1869; La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1882 to after 1885.
2172 Gottlieb Friedrich (& Sons) Gaerttner Germany until 1867; Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1867–1871; Columbus, Ohio, 1871?; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1871?–1884.
2173 Timothy Gage Kenney, Illinois, 1987, administrative assistant.
2174 Thomas Gagen Los Angeles, California, mid 1930s-c.1964.
2175 Gagne & Frères [Gagne & Brothers] Québec City, Canada, c.1980s.
2176 Bertrand (Gagné) Gagne St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2177 Alphonse Gagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1895.
2178 Jean-Pierre Gagnon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2179 Fernand Galdu St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
2180 James R. C. Gale Sutton, England, 1902.
2181 (___) Gallagher Hartford, Connecticut, date unknown; San Francisco, California, c.1915; Eastern United States, c. 1920.
2182 David F. Gallagher Boston, Massachusetts, 1983.
2183 John Gallagher St. Louis, Missouri, 1876-1879.
2184 Joseph Galleazzi San Francisco, California, 1915.
2185 Robert A. Gally Brooklyn, New York, 1895.
2186 Gamble & Hallman Glenside, Pennsylvania, c.1980s.
2187 Howard L. Gamble Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?, 1967.
2188 Steven G. Gamble St. Louis, Missouri, 1970-1983.
2189 Edward 'Ned' Gammons Groton, Connecticut; Andover, Massachusetts, 1978; in Hingham, Massachusetts, 1980-1981; died 11 Sep. 1981
2190 (___) Gamonski North Tonawanda, New York, 1912.
2191 Herbert Ganiere Butler, Wisconsin, 1980s.
2192 C. E. Gant Portsmouth, Virginia, 1912.
2193 Rudolph Gantenbein Switzerland; United States, by 1853; Reading, Pennsylvania, c. 1870.
2194 (___) Ganter Baltimore, Maryland, c. 1809.
2195 F. X. Ganter Baltimore, Maryland, 1884–1899.
2196 Adolphe Garand St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1947.
2197 George L. Garber Winona, Minnesota, 1970.
2198 Jeanne-d'Arc Gardner St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
2199 William P. Gardner New Haven and Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1840-1895.
2200 Dan Garland Fort Worth, Texas, from 1982.
2201 James Raymond Garner (Associates) Redland, California, 1974–1976; Crestline, California, 1976; Kila, Montana, 1982.
2202 Kirk Edward Garner Columbia, Pennsylvania, from June, 1987.
2203 Garrett Pipe Organ Co. Garrett, Indiana, 1926.
2204 Dana Garrett Lake City, Iowa, 1988.
2205 Richard Alvin Garrett Virginia Beach, Virginia, before 1982.
2206 John C. Gartman San Antonio, Texas, c. 1980s.
2207 Paul J. Garvey St. Louis, Missouri, 1936-1940s.
2208 Joseph Gascotel Montréal, Canada, c. 1861
2209 Richard Gasper Fairfield, Connecticut; c. 1980s.
2210 John Gass Charlotte, North Carolina, 1988.
2211 M. R. Gately Boston, Massachusetts, 1890s.
2212 Fernand Gaucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2213 Gérald Gaucher St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
2214 Eusèbe Gaudette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2215 Dave Gaulrapp Buffalo, Iowa, Clinton, Illinois, 1991.
2216 Smith Gauntt Denver, Colorado, 1963.
2217 Jacqueline Gauthier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
2218 Réjean Gauthier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2219 Alfred Gautschi Erie, Pennsylvania, dates unknown; Pekin, Illinois, c. 1922.
2220 Gaston Gauvin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2221 Hervé Gauvin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
2222 Simon Gauvin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2223 Gissle Gauvreau St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2224 Anselme A. M. Gavioli Paris, France, 1878.
2225 M. R. Gayetty East Cambridge, Massachusetts, prior to 1833–1839.
2226 Richard M. Gayhart Topeka, Kansas, 1974-1987.
2227 Rosaire Gazaille St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
2228 Harry Gearhart Hagerstown, Maryland, 43 years, 1928.
2229 Richard M. Geddes, Sr. Hartford, Connecticut , for many years,Winsted, Connecticut for about 25 years
2230 Richard Geddes Jr (Geddes Pipe Organs) Austin, Texas,
2231 Adam Geib New York City, New York, c.1800–1845, dates uncertain.
2232 John Lawrence Geib, Jr. New York City, New York; c1798–1821.
2233 Geib & Co. New York 1802-1803. Succeeded by John Geib & Son.
2234 William Geib New York City, 1822-27
2235 Marshall N. Geiselman Boston, Massachusetts, 1923.
2236 Dieter Geissler Acton, Ontario, Canada, 1971–1985.
2237 W. Geisthardt St. Louis, Missouri, in Chicago, Illinois, 1940.
2238 Hormidas Gemme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1899.
2239 Jean-Louis Gemme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948.
2240 Louis-André Gemme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
2241 Roger Gemme St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2242 Albert C. Gemünder (Gemünter) Ludwigsburg, Germany, early 1800s, Springfield, Massachusetts, by 1852; Columbus Ohio, 1860s.
2243 Georg(e) Gemunder Springfield, Massachusetts, 1850s.
2244 Bernard Gendron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
2245 Edéas Gendron St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1906.
2246 André Genest St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
2247 Geneva Organ Co. Geneva, Illinois after 1924.
2248 Joseph Geoffrion St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1902.
2249 (___) Geoler New York City, New York, 1872.
2250 George F. Braunsdorf Inc. New York City, New York, 1914.
2251 George Jardine & Son New York, New York ca. 1832-1900. "& Son" added ca. 1855.
2252 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Inc. St. Louis, Missouri, 1873; "& Son" added in 1886; firm dissolved in 1939.
2253 George Mack & Son Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1890s; Chicago, Illinois, 1900.
2254 D. [G.?] George See G. [D.?] George.
2255 Daniel George Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 1855.
2256 G. [D.?] George Boston, Massachusetts, c.1851–c.1854.
2257 George C. George Belleville, New Jersey, before 1925.
2258 John C. George, Jr. Roanoke, Alabama, 1982.
2259 Randy George Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1982.
2260 G. F. Gerard Location unknown, 1898.
2261 George Gerard New York City, New York, dates unknown but between 1827 and 1884.
2262 Jacob Gerger & Son Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1920s.
2263 Peter J. Gerger, Jr. Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, 1986.
2264 German Organ Pipecraft Mattapan, Massachusetts, 1976.
2265 C. P. Gerrard Erie, Pennsylvania, date unknown.
2266 Marcel Gervais St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2267 Charles Geschoeff San Francisco, California, c. 1917.
2268 Amelia Geser North Tonawanda, New York, 1912.
2269 Stella Geser North Tonawanda, New York, 1912.
2270 Denise (Gévry) Gevry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
2271 Félix (Gévry) Gevry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
2272 Omer (Gévry) Gevry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2273 Gilles Giard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2274 Normand Giard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
2275 Haris Giasson St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, 1948.
2276 George Gibbons Highland, Illinois, 1989.
2277 William Edwin Gibbs Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1910.
2278 B. L. Gibson Organs Inc. Little Rock, Arkansas, 1980.
2279 Charles Burwell Gibson Orange, Virginia, dates unknown; Staunton, Virginia, c.1847.
2280 Charles W. Gibson Co. New Jersey, 1980s-1990s
2281 David V. Gibson Organbuilders Deerfield, New Hampshire from 1982
2282 Fred A. Gibson Houston, Texas, 1982; active in 1989.
2283 Thomas F. Gibson Louisville, Kentucky, 1986.
2284 Walter Gibson Los Angeles, California, 1904.
2285 Edmund Giesecke German by birth; Evansville, Indiana ca. 1872-1909
2286 Giesecke-Colby North Charleston, South Carolina, 1991.
2287 David Gifford Boston, Massachusetts, ; Gloucester, Massachusetts; retired 1988.
2288 Alphonse Gigout St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903-1909; France, dates unknown.
2289 Gilbert & Butler East Cambridge, Massachusetts, c. 1892-1902
2290 Benjamin Gilbert Born c.1829 in Massachusetts; active in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1850.
2291 Cheryl Gilbert Grand Detour, Illinois, 1979-1986.
2292 James L. Gilbert East Cambridge, Massachusetts, prior 1892–1902.
2293 John W. Gilbert New York City, New York, 1887.
2294 Vincent Gilbert Grand Detour, Illinois, 1979–1986.
2295 Randolph Gilberti Freeport, New York, c. 1980s.
2296 Joseph Gildersleeve London, England, 1890.
2297 H. E. Giles Salt Lake City, Utah, c.1901–c.1903.
2298 William S. Gill Chicago, Illinois, c. 1901.
2299 Donald M. Gillett Washington, DC area, 1947-1951; Boston, Massachusetts, 1951-1971; Hagerstown, Maryland, 1972-2010.
2300 Donald C. Gilley Indianapolis, Indiana, 1936.
2301 George Gilliam Dallas, Texas, 1970 to at least 1989.
2302 Arthur Gilson Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1898.
2303 W. E. Gindor San Diego, California c.1980s.
2304 Andrew X. Gingery Indianapolis, Indiana, 1989; Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1990–to at least 1995.
2305 Gérald Gingras Laval, Québec, Canada, 1989
2306 Roland Gingras St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
2307 Antonio Ginnocchio New York City, New York, c. 1886–1887.
2308 Clarence Girard Hagerstown, Maryland, d. 1960.
2309 Dennis Girard Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1987.
2310 Georges Girard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2311 Gaspard O. Girardin Lake Linden, Michigan, 1889.
2312 Donald W. Girone Louisville, Kentucky, early 1980s?; Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 1985–no later than 1994.
2313 J. Jean Girouard Mont St. Hilaire, Canada, c. 1980s.
2314 Jean Girouard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2315 Monique Girouard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
2316 Paul-E. Girouard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
2317 Susanne Giroux With Wolff firm of Laval, PQ, Canada, 1989
2318 George W. Gittins New York City, New York, 1926.
2319 Robert H. Gittins New York City, New York, 1919.
2320 Robert Gladden Audubon, New Jersey 1980s
2321 James R. Gladwin Westfield, Massachusetts, 1860.
2322 Llewelyn Gladwin East Haddam, Connecticut; Westfield, Massachusetts, dates unknown.
2323 Tom Glander Ooltewah, Tennessee, beginning 1988.
2324 Glarita Organ Service Hicksville, New York, c. 1980s.
2325 Rudolph Glatz Poughkeepsie, New York, 1910s.
2326 Rodney Gleason Boston, Massachusetts; Reading, Massachusetts, 1905–1911.
2327 Solomon Gloutnez St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1939.
2328 Glück Orgelbau New York, New York from ca. 1985-1995; Succeeded by Sebastian M. Gluck Pipe Organ Builder
2329 Fred Gluck Erie, Pennsylvania, 1971–1986.
2330 Sebastian M. Glück New York City, New York, 1970s–1989.
2331 John Glunz Cincinnati, Ohio, 1860-1861.
2332 Hal Gober Elora, Ontario from 1990s
2333 Guy Godbout St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
2334 Napoléon Godbout St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903.
2335 Robert Godbout St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1952.
2336 Roland Godbout St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2337 Stanley Goddard Boston, Massachusetts, 1924.
2338 John A. Godrycz Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1917.
2339 Harold L. Godshalk New York City, New York, 1912–1930.
2340 Louis Goedecke Englewood, New Jersey, 1970s.
2341 Deloy Goeglin Denver, Colorado, 1991.
2342 F. W. Goeller New York City, New York?, 1868.
2343 J. G. Goepferich Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
2344 Curt Goettich Hartford, Connecticut, 1990s.
2345 Joseph Goetz St. Louis, Missouri, 1850.
2346 M. F. Goldberg San Francisco, California, before 1918.
2347 Lester Golding St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1954.
2348 George John Goll Poughkeepsie, New York, 1910–1926.
2349 Paul Goll Pekin, Illinois, 1906–1913.
2350 Walter Gollnick Oskosh, Wisconsin, date unknown..
2351 Mark Golterman With Hammes-Foxe firm of Butler, WI, 1980-1981.
2352 Robert M. Goodchild In Wycote, PA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2353 Frederick L. Goodman ith James Cox, Melrose, MA; with Geo. S. Hutchings, MA; with Ernest M. Skinner firm, 1908-58, becoming head voicer by 1924; retired in 1958; d. 1966
2354 H. N. Goodman Partner in Phelps & Goodman of Syracuse, NY; established Cabinet Pipe Organ Co. of Syracuse, NY, 1872
2355 Ebenezer Goodrich Boston, MA, c. 1804-1841; Brother of William Marcellus Goodrich;
2356 Wm. M. Goodrich Winchester, New Hampshire, 1798; Boston, Massachusetts 1799-1833.
2357 John A. Goodwin Lowell, Massachusetts, 1930s–1960s.
2358 Stuart Goodwin & Co. Redland, California from 1969
2359 William B. Goodwin Waltham, Massachusetts, 1866–1910; Lowell, Massachusetts 1910–1945.
2360 F. Gordon With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, NY, 1930.
2361 Hayner H. Gordon Washington, DC., 1933.
2362 Nanette Gordon Wife of Marvin Judy; with Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1989.
2363 Harry Gorham With Artcraft firm of Santa Monica, CA, 1923, stockholder.
2364 James Gorham Bairdstown, Georgia, 1860.
2365 Don P. Gorman Spokane, WA, 1982
2366 Francis H. Gorman, Sr. in Scranton, PA; in Newark, Belleville, and Woodbridge, NJ; with Chester A. Raymond of Princeton, NJ, 1947-1954; established Church Organ Co. of Edison, NJ, 1954;
2367 Hall Gorman, Jr. In Edison, NJ; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2368 Gorsuch Enterprises Inc. Active in San Diego, CA, c. 1980s
2369 D. P. Gosline (Succeeded Boston Hydraulic Motor Co.?); maker of water motors in Boston, MA, 1890s.
2370 Ignace Gosselin St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1898.
2371 Anton Gottfried Ludwigsburg, Germany, prior to 1888; New York City, New York, 1888; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1894; Charleston, South Carolina, 1894–1954.
2372 Henry Anton Gottfried Erie, Pennsylvania; Jacksonville, Florida.
2373 Herbert R. Gottfried Erie, Pennsylvania, 1929.
2374 Regina Gottfried Erie, Pennsylvania, 1895-1928.
2375 John Gottschall Denver, Colorado and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, late 20th century
2376 Keith Gottschall Highland, IL, early 1960s; Kansas City, MO; active in 1991.
2377 John Goujee With Simmons & Wilcox firm of Boston, MA, 1861.
2378 Gould & Schultz Minneapolis, Minnesota from 1988
2379 C. Gould Merrick, New York, 1930.
2380 Clarence Gould St. Paul, Minnesota, by 1968; Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1988.
2381 Goulding & Wood, Inc. Bloomington, Indiana 1980; relocated to Indianapolis, Indiana, 1984.
2382 John W. Goulding Partner with Thomas Wood in Goulding & Wood of Bloomington, IN, 1980; relocated firm to Indianapolis, IN, 1984. Retired 2003.
2383 Lester Goulding In St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2384 Mark C. Goulding Indianapolis, Indiana, from 1989.
2385 Jos. Goulet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903.
2386 Marcel Goulet St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, c. 1945.
2387 Rachel Goulet St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
2388 (___) Gout Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1904–1924.
2389 Frank Govern Washington, DC, 1939.
2390 Joseph F. Grace Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1970s-1982.
2391 Robert N. Grace Denver, Colorado, 1928.
2392 Ruth Grafeman St. Louis, Missouri, 1940s.
2393 George Graff Hartford, Connecticut, dates unknown; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1919.
2394 C. H. Graham Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1915.
2395 George A. Graham Spokane, Washington 1980s.
2396 Eric J. Grane With J. F. Nordlie Co. of Sioux Falls, SD, 1988.
2397 Tim Grange Joined Morel & Associates of Denver, CO, 1981.
2398 Jonathon Granlund With Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, 1980s.
2399 Casper Eldred Grant Portsmouth, Virginia, 1915-1932.
2400 Ralph Grant Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1928.
2401 Reuben Grant St. Louis, Missouri, 1943.
2402 Gratian Organ Builders Alton, IL, c. 1922; relocated c. 1938 to Bunker Hill, IL; relocated to Decatur, IL; assets sold to Schneider Workshop and Services, 1980
2403 Gratian Organ Co. Alton, Illinois, 1897–1922; succeeded by Gratian Organ Builders.
2404 Elwood Gratian Son of John W. Gratian, brother of Warren Gratian; with family firm of Alton, IL, 1915.
2405 John William [William J.] Gratian Son of John Gratian, brother of Elwood; with family firm, Alton, IL; with Austin, Hartford, CT; with Estey, Battleboro, VT; with Midmer-Losh, Merrick, NY; service firm in Bunker Hill, IL, c.19
2406 Jos. Gratian Jos. Gratian /Organ Builder / Alton IL. 1858-97
2407 Warren Burke Gratian Son of John W. Gratian, brother of Elwood; with family firm of Gratian Organ Builders of Alton, IL; with Austin, Hartford, CT; with Estey, Battleboro, VT; with Midmer-Losh, Merrick, NY; establ
2408 Gravano & Zavella Active in New York City, NY; listed 1900-1902.
2409 Hervé Gravel St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1947.
2410 C. P. Graves Old Town, ME, 1891
2411 George W. Graves Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, 1881–1882.
2412 Dean Gray Active in Westfield, MA, 1860.
2413 W. D. Gray With Votey Organ Co., 1890s, superintendent.
2414 William E. Gray, Jr. Representative of Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD, in TN, 1989, associate sales director, 1990.
2415 Mae Greeley With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915
2416 Green & Associates Lincoln, Nebraska, 1986.
2417 Diane Green Active in Ithaca, NY, 1988; active with Culver L. Mowers in Brooktondale, NY, 1989.
2418 Frank R. Green B. 1914 Lincoln, NE; rep of Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, KS, 1937; d. 1985
2419 Paul Green In Mt. Kisco, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2420 Roger Greene With Dobson firm of Lake City, IA, 1979-1986.
2421 Charles P. Greenough With Hutchings Organ Co. of MA, 1911, director.
2422 Greenwood Organ Co. Charlotte, North Carolina, 1964–c.2015..
2423 (___) Greenwood Partner in Parkinson & Greenwood of Boston, MA, c. 1851.
2424 Norman A. Greenwood Brattleboro, Vermont 1949-50, location unknown, 1953&ndash1963; Charlotte, North Carolina, 1964–2013.
2425 William Cleverely Greenwood Springfield, Massachusetts; Boston; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1911-18; Asheville, NC, 1920-34; 1934-53; Jacksonville, Florida, after 1953.
2426 William Edward Greenwood London, England, 1855; Canada, 1860&ndashUnknown end date; Boston, Massachusetts, unknown dates; Toronto, Canada, before 1920.
2427 Joe Greer Representative of Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, in Conway, SC, 1974.
2428 Aldei Gregoire Active in Charlemont, MA; retired to Spain, 1976.
2429 Joseph (Grégoire) Gregoire St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1944.
2430 Rolland (Grégoire) Gregoire St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
2431 Sherry Gregor With Organ Supply Industries of Erie, PA, 1980s, metal pipemaker.
2432 August Greiling With Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
2433 Bernard Grenon With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
2434 George Edgar Gress Partner with Roger H. Miles in Gress-Miles firm of Princeton, NJ, 1959; retired; died 1 Feb. 1991.
2435 Gress-Miles Organ Co. Princeton, NJ, 1959-1990
2436 Herman C. Greunke With Andover Organ Co. of MA; with C. B. Fisk of MA; operated service firm in Fremont, NE, 1962.
2437 Greywack & Krause Partnership of Henry L. Greywach and Anton Krause in Milwaukee, WI, 1869-1870.
2438 Henry L. Greywack Partner with Anton Krause in Greywack & Krause of Milwaukee, WI, 1869-1870
2439 Clarence Asbury Gridley Southern U.S. representative of Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1927; rep. of Aeolian-Votey firm of Garwood, NJ, in Huntsville, AL, 1928.
2440 R. Thomas Griffen Organist; represntative of the Austin firm of Hartford, CT, in VA and DC, 1993.
2441 Steven W. Griffis North Hollywood, California, 1975.
2442 Bill Griffith With Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN; with Dobson firm of Lake City, IA, c. 1975.
2443 Griffith-Beach Co. Association of Earl Beach with the Griffith Piano Co. in Newark, NJ, by 1921 to beyond 1925; pipe organs.
2444 Charles W. Griffiths Boston, Massachusetts, prior to 1889; Reading, Massachusetts, 1889-1899; Hartford Connecticut, 1899-c.1935.
2445 Robert Grigo Active in Brooklyn, NY, 1927, organ supplies.
2446 (___) Grimes With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1911, sales agent.
2447 Grimm & Son Succeeded Koehnken & Grimm; Cincinnati, OH, 1896; succeeded by Edward Grimm Co., c. 1902
2448 Edward (Co.) Grimm Son of Gallus Grimm; with father in Koehnken & Grimm and Grimm & Son of Cincinnati, OH; succeeded father, 1897.
2449 Gallus Grimm With Martin Braun, Germany; with Mathias Schwab, Cincinnati, OH, 1853-60; partner of Johann Koehnken in Koehnken & Grimm, 1860-96; firm continued as Grimm/Grimm & Son; d. 1897.
2450 Gebhardt Grimm Born c.1836 in Germany; (brother of Gallus Grimm?); with Koehnken & Co. and Koehnken & Grimm of Cincinnati, OH, 1860-98.
2451 Hugo Grimmer With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915, voicer.
2452 Earl Gripen With Theodore Gilbert & Associates of Wilbraham, MA, 1975 and 1978.
2453 Andre (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
2454 Fernand (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
2455 Gilles (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
2456 Janyne (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
2457 Jean-Robert (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
2458 Rodolphe (Grisé) Grise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1917.
2459 Lorenzo Griseri Active in New York City, NY; barrel organs; listed 1904-1922.
2460 Donald Alvin Grooms Born Aug. 5, 1939; with Petty-Madden of Hopewell, NJ, 1985, vice president.
2461 William Grote With Seybold Reed Pipe Organ Co. of Elgin, IL, 1910, president.
2462 F. Groteguth Active in St. Louis, MO; listed 1850.
2463 Yvonne Groulx With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
2464 Sarah Grove-Humphries Oberlin, Ohio; Staunton, Virginia, 1981.
2465 D. B. Grover Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1840s; made pianos thereafter.
2466 Gruber Pipe Organs, Inc. Chicago and Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1980s anf following.
2467 John H. Gruber Active in Stouchsburg, PA; last listed 1902.
2468 Sigfried E. Gruenstein In Chicago, IL; secretary of Organ Builders Association, 1922; editor of The Diapason.
2469 Lincoln Gruhn In Orange, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2470 Grunthal Music Co. Active in Jacksonville, FL, after 1926; representatives of Bennett Organ Co. of Rock Island, IL.
2471 A. August Gruters Crefeld, Germany, 1879.
2472 Fernand Guay With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
2473 Yvan Guay With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
2474 Guenther Organ Co. Portland, Oregon 1920s
2475 Roman Guenther Tigard, Oregon, 1964.
2476 Will Guenther Louisville, KY, 1944; with successor Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, service.
2477 Adélard (Guérin) Guerin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
2478 Philippe (Guérin) Guerin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
2479 Claude Guertin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
2480 Georges Guertin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
2481 Osias Guertin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
2482 Walter W. Guetzlaff Operated Wangerin Organ Sales & Service Co. of Milwaukee, WI, Feb. 1943-1944.
2483 André Guilbault St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1955
2484 Eugéne Guilbault With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953
2485 Maurice Guilbault Father of André Guilbault; La Providence, PQ Canada 1946-85; St Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada 1985-?
2486 Guilbault-Thérien As "Orgue Providence" Providence, Quebec, 1946-78; as Guilbault-Therien 1978-84; relocated to St. Hyacinthe, Quebec 1985; became Guilbault Bellvance Carignan 2001
2487 Félix Guillet, Jr. Son of Félix Guillet, Sr.; with Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
2488 Félix Guillet, Sr. With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
2489 Fernand Guilmette With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
2490 John C. Gumpe With Lehigh Organ Co. of Macungie, PA, president; active in 1989.
2491 Sebastian Gundling & Son Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1929 - ca. 1970
2492 Gundling Organ Co., Inc. Successor to Sebastian Gundling & Son, Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1970s
2493 Walter Gundling, Sr. Son of Sebastian Gundling, father of Walter Gundling, Jr.; succeeded father in family firm of Lancaster, PA; active until c. 1970.
2494 John A. Gunter With Pilcher firm of Louisville, KY, age 14; with firm over 40 years; d. 1963
2495 Paul W. Gunzelmann New York City, NY, 1963; in Princeton, NJ, 1965; in Columbus, OH, from c. 1988; active in Columbus as organ builder, 1991
2496 August F. Gunzinger immigrated to U. S. in 1905; with Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1929, voicer
2497 (Eugh?) Gustave Born in Prussia, Germany; in Milwaukee, WI, 1870, (with Marshall Brothers?).
2498 Gutfleisch & Schopp Roselle, NJ, 1898; Alliance, OH, c. 1900; succeeded by A. R. Schopp & Sons, 1954.
2499 Leonhard Gutfleisch With Roosevelt firm of New York City 1886; with Farrand & Votey of Detroit; partner with August R. Schopp in Gutfleisch & Schopp of Roselle, NJ, 1898; firm relocated to Alliance, OH, c. 1900.
2500 John Guthrie Kendal Green, Massachusetts, c. 1885-c. 1911.
2501 Gabriel Gutierrez Houston, Texas, by 1987–1994.
2502 Guzowski & Steppe Fort Lauderdale, Florida from 1980s
2503 Walter A. Guzowski With Schlicker firm in Buffalo c.1957-1979; partner with John Steppe in Fort Launderdale FL 1979-2007.
2504 Ferinc Gyuratz In Erie, PA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2505 H. & W. Pilcher Organ Co. 1852-58 and 1862 in St. Louis; old opus nos. 21-28 and 47-49. Also Chicago, 1863-64; old opus nos. 50-61.
2506 H.A. Burke Co. Active in Cumberland, MD; c.1880-1915
2507 H. C. Mutchler Co. Active in (IL?), 1960.
2508 H. Drueding & Sons Active in New Orleans, LA, 1932.
2509 H. H. Vogelpohl & Sons Succeeded Vogelpohl & Spaeth; established by Herman Henry Vogelpohl and sons Herman A. and Ernest C. Vogelpohl in New Ulm, MN, 1914-1921.
2510 H. Pilcher & Son St. Louis, Missouri, 1859.
2511 H. Pilcher & Sons Louisville from 1874; opus nos. 138-300 (ca.).
2512 H. T. Beal Organ Co. Springfield, Massachusetts, early 20th century.
2513 H.O.T. Organ Builders Organbuilding consortium composed of Dana Hull, Ann Arbor, MI; Barbara Owen, Newburyport, MA; and Susan Tattershall of Staatsburg, NY. Active in 1989.
2514 Donald Haan Pipe Organ Service Grand Rapids, Michigan
2515 Erich O. Haase Chicago, Illinois, 1928.
2516 Haase Pipe Organs Karl Haase; Marengo, Illinois, 1960s.
2517 Otto Haase Brand-Erbisdorf, Germany, 1914.
2518 A. G. Hach Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1880.
2519 Benjamin Hadden With Hall & Labagh firm of New York City, NY, c. 1861.
2520 George H. Hadden Associated with Minshall-Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT.
2521 Stanley E. Haddon Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1949.
2522 Lawrence Hadley In Mt. Vernon, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2523 (___) Haeckhel [Karl Häckel] Born ca. 1823 in Germany; partner in Wolfram & Haeckhel of Chicago, IL, 1857-1870.
2524 Fr. Haertel (Härtel) German; active in St. Louis, MO, 1873.
2525 Hager & Vogt Active in Preston {now Cambridge}, Canada, c. 1849.
2526 Hagerstown Engraving Co. Succeeded Dennison Brothers of Deep River, CT, c. 1940s; active in Hagerstown, MD;
2527 James C. Hagey Boston, Massachusetts, 1903.
2528 Paul N. Haggard (& Co.) Active in Tulsa, OK, 1941, service and sales. Aeolian-Skinner representative.
2529 Oscar J. Hagstrom Chicago, Illinois, 1890–1918.
2530 Joseph P. Hague With Lewis C. Harrison firm of Bloomfield, NJ, 1900s.
2531 J. C. Haight With Hall, Labagh & Kemp of New York City, NY, 1870; active in 1898.
2532 Clarence E. Haldeman Los Angeles, California, 1915.
2533 Hale & Alexander Short Falls, New Hampshire 1960s.
2534 Hale Organ Works Active in El Dorado, AR, c. 1980s.
2535 Fred N. Hale Estey representative in Chicago, IL, and Pittsburg, KS, c. 1920, in New York City, NY, 1923
2536 Kenneth (Piano & Organ Service) Hale With Hale Piano & Organ Service of Morristown, TN, 1982.
2537 Robert K. Hale with Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT; established Organ Loft of Short Falls (Epsom), NH, 1950; partner in Hale & Alexander of Short Falls, NH,
2538 Wilhelm Halenkamp see Hallenkamp, William
2539 Norris G. Hales Baltimore, MD, 1837-1843
2540 Hall & Erben New York City, New York, 1824-1827.
2541 Hall & Labagh New York City, 1846-1868
2542 Hall Organ Co. New Haven, Connecticut, 1898–1940s.
2543 F. W. Hall With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1926, sales.
2544 Harry Hall Co. Hamden, Connecticut, ca. 1930.
2545 Harry L. Hall Portland, Maine, c. 1894.
2546 James Hall, (Co.) New York City, NY, by 1826; Philadelphia, PA, 1829-43; firm in Baltimore, MD, 1845, acquired by Henry Erben of New York City, NY, 1845, remained as superintendent; partner Baltimore 1884
2547 John Hall (with David Tannenberg) York, Pennsylvania, 1804.
2548 John Hall (of Firth and Hall) New York City, NY, 1820-1847;
2549 Hall, Labagh & Co. New York City, 1868-1872
2550 Ronald Hall Highland, IL, 1989.
2551 Thomas Hall Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1805–1818; New York City, New York, 1818–1872.
2552 Welford [Wilfred] Hall Philadelphia, PA, 1820s
2553 Frank Hallas Philadelphia, PA, 1917.
2554 Friend F. Hallas Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1901.
2555 John H. Hallas Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 1901 to at least 1917; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1922.
2556 William [Wilhelm] Hallenkamp [Halenkamp] from Germany; in Cincinnati, OH, c. 1855-57.
2557 Charles E. Hallman Philadelphia, PA 1967; in Glenside, PA, c. 1980s?; active in 1989.
2558 Hallman Pipe Organs Waterloo and Kitchner, Ontario, Canada, 1950s and 60s
2559 Hallowell & Monell Active in Philadelphia, PA, c. 1861.
2560 George A. Hallwachs Chicago; Pekin, IL; Chicago, IL, 1916; Hartford, CT, one year; returned to Chicago.
2561 Richard Craig Hamar Hartford, CT, 1965-69; established firm in Collinsville, CT, 1967; assoicated with Jeremy Cooper of Concord, NH, in Hamar-Cooper, ca. 1975; in Norwich, CT, 1988;
2562 Hamar-Cooper Association of Richard Hamar of New Hartford, CT, and Jeremy Cooper of Concord, NH; active in 1975.
2563 Brink Hamel Partner in Reuter-Schwarz firm of Highland, IL, 1917.
2564 George W. Hamill Active in New York City, NY, 1856-1869.
2565 S. S. Hamill East Cambridge, Massachusetts 1861-1890s.
2566 Hamilton Manufacturing Co. Active in Two Rivers, WI; acquired Alden Organ Stop Factory of Bruce, WI, 1912.
2567 Marcia Hamilton See Eddy-Hamilton, Marcia.
2568 Homer Hamlin With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1915.
2569 James E. Hammack With several firms; with Berkshire Organ Co. of MA; worked independently thereafter; in Clinton, MS; died 26 Jul. 1994.
2570 James J. Hammann New Orleans, Louisiana
2571 Olof Hammarberg Sweden prior 1891; Milwaukee, WI, 1893-97
2572 Henry F. Hammer Detroit, MI, by 1880; active in 1913
2573 Jeffrey Hammes With Leonard Berghaus of Bellwood, IL, 1970s, shop foreman; partner with Gary Foxe in Hammes-Foxe Organs, Inc. of Butler, WI, 1979
2574 Martha Hammes Wife of Steven Hammes; with Hammes-Foxe firm of Butler, WI, 1982-1984, secretary.
2575 Steven Hammes With Hammes-Foxe firm of Butler, WI, 1982-1984, cabinetmaker.
2576 Hammes-Foxe Organs Inc. Butler, WI, 1979-1985
2577 John Hayes Hammond, Jr. Garwood, New Jersey, 1920s.
2578 Henry [Hans Henry Hanko] Hancock Austria; Pine Lakes, New Jersey, 1947; Brattleboro, VT, 1953.
2579 Hand & Co. Active in Chicago, IL, 'over 50 years,' 1929, organ leathers; succeeded by George A. Hand firm.
2580 George A. Hand Succeeded Hand & Co.; active in Chicago, IL, c. 1932, organ leathers.
2581 Gregory A. Hand With Bozeman firm of Deerfield, NH; Campville, NY, 1983; in Oswego, NY, 1985; with Blakely firm in Davidson, NC, 1987; with Knowlton firm in Charlotte, NC, 1990, tonal director
2582 Florence Hanel With Kney firm of London, Ont., Canada; active in 1993.
2583 John H. Hankey With Reisner firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1924, superintendent, vice president.
2584 Hans Henry Hanko See Henry Hancock.
2585 John A. Hanley Operated pipe shop adjoining the Ernest M. Skinner factory in Boston, MA, by 1912; supplied Skinner; active 1921.
2586 Joseph Hann partner with Adolph Wangerin in Hann-Wangerin Organ Co. of Milwaukee, WI, 1900; in successor Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt firm with George J. Weickhardt, 1903; died before 1913.
2587 Hann-Wangerin Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1900-1903 succeeded Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt Co.,
2588 Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1903-ca. 1913
2589 Ann Hanna Murray, Indiana, 1876.
2590 Thomas Hanna With Gordon A. Schultz firm of Roseville, MN, 1988.
2591 J. Hanrahan With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, NY, 1930.
2592 Carl Hansen, Jr. In Libertyville, IL; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2593 John A. Hansen With Aeolian-Skinner firm, 1961; Lewis Organ Co. of Omaha, NE, service firm, 1965; representative of Austin Organs of Hartford, CT, 1985
2594 Carroll Hanson Representative of Casavant firm of St, Hyacinthe, Canada in Iowa City, IA, 1970s. Active as independent service technician in 1990
2595 H. M. Hanson Representative of the Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, in Spokane, WA, 1922.
2596 Henry Hanson With M. P. Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1987, chairman.
2597 Charles Hanzelman [Hanzelmann or Heintzelman(n)?] Allentown and Lehigh County area, PA, c. 1840 to after 1873
2598 Nathan Harding Born c. 1797 in MA; active in Medway, MA, 1850.
2599 Thomas Harding Active in Millis, MA, until 1892.
2600 Maurice E. Hardy With W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, draftsman; with Western Electric; with Bell Telephone Co.; returned to Kimball, 1919; with Ernest M. Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 15 Jan. 1930.
2601 Walter D. Hardy With W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, 1907-30, manager of organ department, 1925-1930; representative of (Aeolian-?) Skinner firm, c. 1930; in St. Petersburg, FL in 1953;
2602 Harger & Jackson Honolulu, Hawaii 1985; representatives of J. W. Walker of England
2603 Richard Harger With Pipe Organs Hawaii with Terrence Schoenstein, 1967; partner in Harger & Jackson of Honolulu, HI, 1985; representative of Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada in New England.
2604 Harmo Electric Co. Makers of electric devices for organs in Chicago, IL; associated with the Coburn Organ Co. of Chicago, IL, 1915-1916.
2605 Charles Harms Seymour, CT; died 12 Apr. 1938 in Reading, MA
2606 James O. Harms Newton, KS, 1983; active in 1989
2607 Harolds Pipe Organ Repair Active in Red Springs, NC, c. 1980s.
2608 Allen Harrah Established Van Zoeren Organs of Aloha, OR, with Allen Van Zoeren, 1980
2609 Jeff Harrington With A. David Moore firm of North Pomfret, VT, 1987.
2610 Allen Harris In Chapel Hill, NC; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2611 C. T. [Charles T. Harris?] Harris Boston, Massachusetts, 1878–1879; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
2612 Charles T. [C. T. Harris?] Harris MA from 18__?; Boston, c.1888-1894; Waltham, MA, 1894.
2613 David S. Harris Organs Whittier, California from 1970s
2614 Edward 'Ted' Harris Ripon, Wisconsin, 1869–1870; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870–79; Moline, Illinois, dates unknown.
2615 Frank Harris Rock Island, Illinois, c. 1902-1908; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, c. 1916.
2616 Isaac Harris New York City, NewYork, 1860s.
2617 Murray M. Harris (Organ Co.) Los Angeles, 1894-1913.
2618 Myron Harris New York City, New York, 1919.
2619 Harrison & Hall New Haven, Connecticut, 1897.
2620 Harrison & Taft Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1890s–1902.
2621 George D. Harrison Red Hook, NY by 1960's;
2622 G. Donald Harrison Aeolian-Skinner firm, Boston MA 1927, technical director, 1933, president, 1940-56
2623 Henry Harrison With Robert Hope-Jones in England; with Austin firm of Hartford, CT, c. 1903.
2624 Herbert C. Harrison Portland, Maine, 1898-1920s.
2625 Hugh T. Harrison With Foster & Andrews of Hull, England; with Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO; with E. R. Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, 1939.
2626 Lewis Condit (L.C.) Harrison (& Co.) Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1891–1915.
2627 Greg Harrold Organbuilders Los Angeles, California 1979-2003
2628 Brad Hart With Dobson firm of Lake City, IA, c. 1975.
2629 Robert Hartaffel B. 1717 in Germany; immigrated to USA, 1746; in Lancaster, PA, repaired organs; d. 1782.
2630 Herbert Hartman In Allentown, PA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s. Restored an Erben c. 1995.
2631 Richard S. Hartman Englewood, New Jersey, 1963–1980.
2632 Hartman-Beaty Organ Co. Inc. Brooklyn, New York, 1963; Englewood, New Jersey, 1964-1980; continued by Beaty until 1984; succeeded by Beaty & Associates.
2633 Ernest Hartwick Newark and Jersey City, NJ; listed 1855-1892
2634 Claude Hartzell With Pilcher firm of Louisville, KY, in New York City, NY, 1929.
2635 Harvey & Zimmer Dallas, Texas, from 1967.
2636 Fay Harvey With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
2637 Helen Harvey With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
2638 John Harvey Partner with Jules Zimmer in Harvey & Zimmer firm of Dallas, TX, 1967, pipe organs; active in 1980.
2639 Joseph Harvey Pittsburgh, PA, c. 1823-c. 1840
2640 Henry Harwood Born c. 1836 in NY; active in Utica, NY by 1870.
2641 Allen Hase With Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, KS, 1987
2642 Haskell & Harris Boston, Massachusetts, 1878–1879.
2643 Haskell Pipe Organ Co. See C. S. Haskell
2644 Haskell Pipe Organ Manufacturing Co. See C. S. Haskell
2645 Charles Eugene Haskell Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1880-1903; Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1927; Geneva, Illinois, 1928.
2646 Charles S. Haskell Boston, Massachusetts area, 1867–1878; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1880–1903.
2647 William E. Haskell Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1880–1901; Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1903–1923.
2648 Edwin E. Haslam Born in England; immigrated to Brooklyn, NY, 1888; piano and organ builder; with Hall Organ Co. in New York City, NY; rep. of the Wicks firm of Highland, IL, in NJ; resided in Rockville Center
2649 Allen E. Hastings Active in Athol, MA, 1962-1968.
2650 Anna C. Hastings with Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA, 1895, treasurer.
2651 Francis H. Hastings Boston, Massachusetts, 1855–1885; Kendal Green, Massachusetts, 1885–1916.
2652 William F. Hastings With Roosevelt firm branch shop in Baltimore, MD, 1891-1892, manager.
2653 William P. Hastings Established firm in Portland, ME, 1850;
2654 Richard Hatch In Provo, UT; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2655 Robin Hatch In Provo, UT; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2656 Rufus James Hatch With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada; operated firm in Nashville, TN, over 40 years; d. 1962 in Nashville, TN.
2657 F. H. Hathaway With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908, action and chest work.
2658 Edward Hattrup In South Gate, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2659 William Hauer Los Angeles, California, 1912.
2660 H. W. Hauffe With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, 1920, installer.
2661 Thomas Hauley Born c. 1823 in England; with Alvinza Andrews firm of Sangerfield, NY, 1850.
2662 Edward C. Haury representative of Pilcher firm of Louisville, KY, by 1914, in TX, 25 years;
2663 Henry Haury with Henry Pilcher firm of Louisville, KY, head of service department in Houston, TX; representative of successor Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD, in Houston, TX, 1944
2664 Edward Hause With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1914.
2665 Lawrence Hausman With Kilgen Organ Co. of St. Louis, MO, c. 1941,
2666 Adrian Hausmann B. 1894 in Germany; entered U.S. 1911; brother of Otto; in Milwaukee, WI, 1917, 1918 as organbuilder, 1923 as manager of Hausmann Organ Co; in Fond du Lac, WI, 1921 manager of Hausmann Organ
2667 Adrian C. Hausmann, (& Co.) Established firm in Milwaukee, WI, 1895
2668 Otto Hausmann, (Pipe Organ Co.) (& Co.) established firm in Milwaukee, WI, 1908; (partner?) with Frank Bienia, 1918; in Fond du Lac, WI, 1921 active in Eldorado, WI, 1944.
2669 Frank Hawe With George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
2670 Timothy Hawkes Organ Co. with Andover Organ Co. of Lawrence, MA, 1970s; operated firm in Sautus, MA, 1987, service; active in 1988
2671 Walter V. Hawkes with Holtkamp firm of Cleveland, OH, 1947-1956; with Aeolian-Skinner of Boston, MA, 1957; with Andover Organ Co. of Methuen, MA, 1958, shop foreman and mechanical designer, 1975
2672 E. P. Hawkins With Bell Organ & Piano Co. of Guelph, ON, Canada; with Compensating Pipe Organ Co. of Toronto, ON, Canada,
2673 Henry J. Hawkinson With W. Zimmer & Sons of Charlotte, NC, 1988, assembly; partner with Morris Spearman in Spearman-Hawkinson, Inc. of Charlotte, NC, 1995.
2674 L. W. Hawley with Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1874-1927;
2675 L. W. Hawley With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1926, sales.
2676 James Hay Active in Woodstock, ON, Canada; d. 1912;
2677 T. Hay Succeeded James Hay in Woodstock, ON, Canada, 1912.
2678 Frederick Hayer Active in New York City, NY, late 18th century.
2679 Howard Hayes Active in Beaumont, TX, c. 1980s.
2680 William A. Hays Pontiac, Michigan
2681 Robert Hazard With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989-1995+.
2682 George Head Born 1862 England; immigrated to U.S., 1891; with Farrand & Votey of Detroit, MI; with successor Votey Organ Co.; briefly with Austin firm of Hartford, CT, c. 1900; with Murray M. Harris Organ
2683 Edward E. Healy Son of Patrick Joseph Healy; with father's firm of Lyon & Healy of Chicago, IL, 1889.
2684 James E. Healy Son of Patrick J. Healy; with Lyon & Healy firm, 1889.
2685 Patrick Joseph Healy B. 1840 in Ireland; father of Edward E. and James E. Healy; immigrated to the U.S., c. 1850; with Henry Tolman & Co. of Boston, MA; established Lyon & Healy of Chicago IL, with George W. Lyon,
2686 James Heath Active in New York City, NY, 1834-42;
2687 (___) Heatherington In Australia; in Watsonville, CA; built organ for Fresno, CA, 1912; died 1912.
2688 James Heaton With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1915-1930.
2689 John William Heaton B. 1859 in England; with John Conacher firm of Huddersfield, England; immigrated to the U.S. 1883; with Lancashire & Turner of Moline, IL; Chicago, IL, c. 1887; established firm Chicago 1890
2690 Georges Hebert (Hébert) St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
2691 J. A. Hebert (Hébert) Michigan, 1905; Southfield, Michigan.
2692 Marie-Claire (Hébert) Hebert With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
2693 Paul Hebert Wheatley, Ontario, Canada, 1982 to at least 1989.
2694 Robert Hebert (Hébert) With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
2695 Ronald Hebert With Hartman-Beaty firm of Englewood, NJ, 1963-1965; deceased by 1989.
2696 Francis [Franz Sales] (& Son) Hechinger B. 1800 in Germany; trained with his uncle, Joseph Martin, and succeeded Martin; immigrated to U. S. ca. 1850; active in New York City ca. 1857-79; active in Brooklyn, NY, c. 1860s-70s.
2697 Clarence K. Hechman Hagerstown, Maryland, 1912.
2698 Alexander Heckert Active in Bronx, NY, 1882-1898
2699 Charles Heckert Active in New York City, NY, (1830s?);
2700 (___) Heckman Charlotte, North Carolina, 1930s.
2701 C. K. Heckman Active in (Norfolk, VA?), 1915.
2702 Heckman-Newcomer Active in Charlotte, NC, 1930s; Edgar B. and Harold L. Newcomer; representatives of the Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO; the Newcomer brothers left to form the Newcomer Organ Co. of Washington, D
2703 Lemuel Hedge associated with Henry Corrie of Windsor, VT, 1822-182
2704 Richard Hedgebeth Stuart Organ Co., Springfield, Aldenville, and Chicopee, Massachusetts 1972-1984
2705 Frederick W. Hedgeland Born in England; repaired organs in St. Paul, MN; with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1890; left firm in 1908.
2706 Albert Hedges With Johnson firm of Westfield, MA, c. 1888.
2707 Edwin Bancroft Hedges, Jr. Westfield, Massachusetts;
2708 Edwin Hedges, Sr. Westfield, Massachusetts, c.1854–1866.
2709 Steve Hedstrom St. Louis, Missouri, 1983-1986; Indiana, 1988.
2710 Johann Heerspink In Grand Rapids, MI; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2711 Heerwagen Co. Active in New York City, NY, 1913.
2712 Frederick G. Heffner Born 8 Apr. 1945; with Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1965, flue voicer and tonal finisher; active in 1994.
2713 Carl W. Heidemann In San Antonio, TX; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2714 Heilner & Schumacher Active in Baltimore, MD, by 1870;
2715 (___) Heilner Partner in Heilner & Schumacher of Baltimore, MD, by 1870, with (George A.?) Schumacher.
2716 Philipp Heimbach Active in Cincinnati, OH, 1856-57.
2717 Roy D. Heimerdinger With Steiner-Reck firm of Louisville, KY, 1986.
2718 John R. Heimueller With Pfeffer firm of St. Louis, MO, 1905, partner.
2719 John William Heins With Roosevelt firm branch shop in Baltimore, 1890; with successor Farrand & Votey of Detroit, in New York City; with Aeolian Co. of Garwood, NJ, managing director; retired, 1924.
2720 Heintzelman(n) See Hanzelman.
2721 Oskar Helbig Active in Chicago, IL, c. 1900.
2722 Alan E. Heller Millersville, Pennsylvania, 1979–1981; Marietta, Pennsylvania, 1981–1984.
2723 Edward M. Hellwig Partner with L. and M. Shulman, Richard W. Jackson in Shulman-Jackson firm of Burlington, IA, 1912-1913
2724 Anthony G. Helmkamp Chicago, IL by 1847
2725 Clarence Helsing Rockford, IL 1980s
2726 Aaron Hemry With Hemry firm of Cleveland, OH, 1980s.
2727 Cathy Hemry With Hemry firm of Cleveland, OH, 1980s.
2728 Felicia Hemry With Hemry firm of Cleveland, OH, 1980s.
2729 Hemry Pipe Organ Co. Cleveland, Ohio from 1976; Novelty, Ohio from ca. 1990
2730 Guy F. Henderson With Henderson-Wilson firm of Anaheim, CA, 1982.
2731 John Henderson With Kney firm of London, ON, Canada, 1986, wood carver, voicer.
2732 Keith Henderson With Philip A. Beaudry firm of Lowell, MA, 1982; active in Austin, TX, 1989.
2733 Henderson-Wilson Anaheim, California 1980s
2734 W. Lee Hendricks With William Simonds of Norfolk, VA, 1970-78; B. M., East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 1976; established firm in Norfolk, VA, 1983.
2735 Andreas Hendrickson Son of Charles Hendrickson, brother of Eric Hendrickson; with Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, from 1980s.
2736 Charles Hendrickson Mankato, Minnesota from 1964.
2737 Eric Hendrickson Son of Charles Hendrickson, brother of Andreas Hendrickson; with Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, from 1980s.
2738 John Hendriksen Pembroke, Massachusetts from 1979
2739 Richard Hendy With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, 1965.
2740 (___) Henkel Brattleboro, Vermont, c.1904–1924.
2741 Charles Henkel Brattleboro, Vermont, after 1865 to before 1915.
2742 Henry L. Roxbee & Son Robbinston, Maine, 1957.
2743 Henry Pilcher's Sons Louisville, Kentucky, from 1884. (Succeeding Henry Pilcher & Sons)
2744 Charles-Emile Henry St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
2745 Lawrence J. Henschen DesPlaines, Illinois 1979.
2746 James Hepburn Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, c. 1881.
2747 Ernest G. Hepp Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1910s-1917; [World War I Service], 1919–1947.
2748 Paul (Hérard) Herard With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
2749 Heritage Pipe Organs East Amherst, New York, 1987; Buffalo, New York, by 1991.
2750 Andres Hermann Laval, Québec, Canada, 1972.
2751 J. William Herndon Toledo, Ohio, 1980.
2752 Andreas Herold Germany, 1840s; Ohio, 1847; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1850.
2753 A. Heron Moline {Rock Island}, Illinois, 1885.
2754 W. G. Herridge Hagerstown, Maryland, 1950.
2755 Oscar Herrmann Brown Station, New York, 1906.
2756 Charles Herschman San Francisco, California, 1942; active c. 1980s.
2757 Frederick K. Hertel Active in St. Louis, MO, 1869-1890s; organbuilder
2758 E. C. Hertwig Utica, New York, 1937–c.1956.
2759 Michael B. Herzog Columbus, Ohio, from 1974.
2760 Max Hess with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1901; with Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, c. 1919, chief engineer; with E. R. Kilgen Organ Co. of St. Louis, MO, 1939.
2761 Ernest Hesse Partner with Ferdinand Hesse in E. & F. Hesse of St. Louis, MO, 1865
2762 Ferdinand Hesse Partner with Ernest Hesse in E. & F. Hesse of St. Louis, MO, 1865.
2763 Gustavus Hesselius Born 1692 in Sweden; organ and piano builder; in Wilmington, DE, 1711; in MD, c. 1721; in Philadelphia, PA, 1735; died 1755.
2764 William S. Hesterman Active in Salt Lake City, UT, 1982. Austin rep. AS, CA, NV & UT by Jul 1997.
2765 Martin Hetherington Springfield, Massachusetts, 1885–1894.
2766 John Hettche Active in Cleveland, OH by 1889; partner with Henry B. Votteler in Votteler-Hettche Organ Co. of Cleveland, OH, listed 1903-1914.
2767 H. Hevey With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada.
2768 Joseph Hevey With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1930.
2769 Hewitt & Wessell Partnership of Elroy E. Hewitt and John Wessel in Brattleboro, VT, 1954-1966.
2770 Elroy E. Hewitt With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1917-56; operated firm after liquidation of Estey, c. 1950s; partner with John Wessel in Hewitt & Wessel of Brattleboro, VT, 1954-66; d. 1966
2771 Frederick Heyer Active in New York City, NY, c. 1773.
2772 Frieda A. Heyner With Wangerin-Weickhardt firm of Milwaukee, WI, 1912, corporate secretary; active in 1924.
2773 Hickey Organ Co. Active in Webster, NY, c. 1980s.
2774 Albin Hickman Dachwig, Prussia, 1890 .
2775 Logan D. Hickman Wichita, Kansas, 1902.
2776 George Hicks Active in Brooklyn, NY, c. 1860; barrel organs.
2777 (___) Hieber Active in New York City, NY, 1860s.
2778 Edward A. Higgins Illinois, 1950s
2779 Floyd T. Higgins With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, designer, assistant vice president; active in 1994.
2780 Jacob Hilbus Washington, DC, by 1808
2781 R. S. (Co.) Hill Incorporated firm in Highland, Cincinnati, OH, 1913; with Beckwith Organ Co. of Louisville, KY, 1909.
2782 Robert Hiller With François Caron firm of Montreal, Canada, 1982.
2783 Alfred Hillgreen Chesterton, IN; Moline, IL; Salem, OH, 1889; Alliance, OH, 1898
2784 August Hillgreen Son of Alfred Hillgreen. (with family firm?)
2785 Axel Hillgreen Son of Alfred Hillgreen, with family firm early 1900s?
2786 Frank Hillgreen Son of Alfred Hillgreen, with family firm early 1900s?
2787 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. Alliance, Ohio 1898–1973.
2788 Oscar Hillgreen Son of Alfred Hillgreen, with family firm early 1900s?
2789 Robert L. Hillgreen, Jr. Son of Robert Hillgreen, Sr.; with Hillgreen, Lane & Co. of Alliance, OH, head of firm in 1960s; closed firm in 1973; representative of Möller
2790 Robert L. Hillgreen, Sr. Son of Alfred Hillgreen, with father's firm of Hillgreen, Lane & Co. of Alliance, OH.
2791 Hillgreen-Lane Co. Alliance, Ohio from 1985.
2792 Nils W. Hillstrom Rep. of Aeolian-Votey in New York City, 1928; with Welte-Tripp firm of South Beach, CT, c. 1930; rep. of M.P. Möller in Chicago, IL, 1934.
2793 (___) Himmel With Mathias Schwab firm of Cincinnati, OH, 1835.
2794 Philip T. Hines, Jr. with Eugene Ward Organ Service; with Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville, KY;
2795 Hinners & Albertsen Pekin, Illinois, 1898-1902; succeeded by Hinners Organ Co.
2796 Hinners Organ Co. Pekin, Illinois 1902-1936; Succeeded Hinners & Albertsen
2797 Hinners Reed Organ Co. Established by John L. Hinners in Pekin, IL, 1879; reed organs; succeeded by Hinners, Fink & Co., 1881.
2798 Arthur W. Hinners Born 1873; son of John L. Hinners; succeeded father as head of Hinners Organ Co. of Pekin, IL; rep. of Wicks firm of Highland, IL, 1936; d. 1955.
2799 Hinners, Fink & Co. Partnership of John L. Hinners and J. J. Fink in Pekin, IL, 1881-1885; reed organs; succeeded by Hinners & Albertsen.
2800 John L. Hinners Pekin, Illinois, 1885–1906.
2801 Hirst Organ Specialty Co. Established by Jack Hirst; active in Warsaw, NY, 1916, organ supplies.
2802 Albert N. Hirst Active in Milwaukee, WI, early 1960s.
2803 Jack Hirst With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908; with Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, c.1910; established Hirst Organ Specialty Co. of Warsaw, NY, c.1916.
2804 Lem Hirtle With Martin G. Becker of Waltham, MA, before 1959.
2805 Sase Hisashi Chiba, Japan, 1977.
2806 Emory C. Hiscock Chicago, Illinois, 1899–1900.
2807 William I. Hitchcock Boston, Massachusetts, 1898–1916; Elmira, New York, dates unknown, between 1907-1910; Washington, DC, 1916–1963.
2808 Zenas Hitchcock Associated with Stephen Rice in Claremont, NH, c. 1820
2809 Paul G. Hitty With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
2810 Jerel Hiveley With Dobson firm of Lake City, IA, 1988.
2811 Herbert Hoag With Votteler-Hettche firm of Cleveland, OH, 1910.
2812 Walter Hoag In Euclid, OH; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2813 Halbert W. Hoard With Wangerin Organ Co. of Milwaukee, WI, 1942, president.
2814 Hermann E. Hobbs Weston, Massachusetts, 1897.
2815 Terry L. Hochmuth With Hochmuth-Stankey Organs of New Lenox, IL, 1982; active in 1989.
2816 Hochmuth-Stankey Organs Inc. Active in New Lenox, IL, 1982.
2817 David Hochstrasser With Angerstein firm of Stoughton, MA, 1987.
2818 (___) Hochstuhl Partner in Schleicher & Hochstuhl of Boston, MA, 1880s
2819 Nicolas Hochstuhl Active in Boston Highlands, MA, 1880.
2820 Patricia Hockman Allentown, PA, 1982; active in 1989.
2821 C. J. Hodapp Pekin, Illinois, 1904.
2822 L. L. Hodges Boston, Massachusetts, 1878.
2823 Z. L. Hodges Partner with Nathan Fisher in Taunton, MA, c. 1830.
2824 Hodgson Sustenuto Co. Active in Norfolk, VA, c. 1896; Herbert E. Hodgson.
2825 Herbert E. Hodgson In Knoxville, TN; in Norfolk, VA; associated with Hodgson Sustenuto Co. of Norfolk, VA. late 1800s
2826 Joseph Hoeddinghaus With Charles Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, 1939
2827 Hoenig Organ Co. Fort Madison, Iowa, by 1987
2828 Phillip F. Hoenig Millersville, PA, 1981-1984; Fort Madison, IA, by 1987; active in 1989.
2829 Sharon Hoenig Fort Madison, IA, 1987
2830 James W. Hoey With Richard M. Ferris firm of New York City, NY, c. 1857
2831 Bruce Hoff With John Obermeyer firm of Bloomington, MN, 1982; with Morel firm of Denver, CO, 1985; active in 1989.
2832 George Hofferbert With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
2833 Richard Howell & Co. St. Louis, Missouri, late 1900s.
2834 Joseph Hoffman Representative of Austin Organs of Hartford, Connecticut, 1985.
2835 York Hoffman Berkeley, California, before 1918.
2836 John Hofmann Fredonia, New York, 1987.
2837 Otto Hofmann Austin, Texas 1948-1995.
2838 Parke V. Hogan New York City, New York, c.1907–1930.
2839 Henry Hogans Chicago, Illinois, 1921; Geneva, Illinois; d. 1928.
2840 Walter J. Hogans Chicago, Illinois, 1921.
2841 Hoggson & Pettis Manufacturing Co. New Haven, Connecticut; 1880s.
2842 Samuel J. Hoggson New Haven, Connecticut; 1880s.
2843 Joseph A. Hohos Falls Church, Virginia, 1965.
2844 Emil (Holreiter?) Hohrieter St. Louis, Missouri, 1939-1943.
2845 Henry L. Hokans Ogunquit, Maine, by 1983.
2846 Hokans-Knapp Ogunquit, Maine, by 1983.
2847 Holbrook & Ware Medway, Massachusetts 1835-1850
2848 Holbrook Organ Co. Quincy, MA, 1938
2849 Edward Holbrook President of Gorham Co.; with Welte firm of NY, 1919, stockholder.
2850 Edwin Handel Holbrook Bell foundry in MA late 1800s
2851 E. L. Holbrook Successor to Holbrook & Ware, Medway, Massachusetts 1850-1890s
2852 George Handel Holbrook Born c.1800 in MA; operated bell foundry by 1820; partner of Joseph Ware in Holbrook & Ware of Medway, MA, 1837-50, bells and chamber organs; retired 1871; d. 1875.
2853 (Wayne?) Holcomb Operated service firm in ME and NY, 1950s.
2854 S.W. Holcombe Vermont, 1950s
2855 Ken Holden Ferndale, Michigan 1968-1990s
2856 Henry P. Holland With E. & G. G. Hook of Boston, MA, c. 1866.
2857 J. W. Holland Organist; representative of Reuter-Schwarz Co. of Highland, IL, in MI and northern OH, 1917.
2858 Holland-American Organ Co. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1960s
2859 O. D. Hollar With W. Zimmer & Sons of Charlotte, NC, 1988
2860 A. Hollender With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, over 20 years, 1924.
2861 C. Hollender With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, over 20 years, 1924.
2862 (___) Hollingsworth With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY; with Bennett Organ Co. of Rock Island, IL, c. 1927.
2863 H. Louis Hollingsworth, Jr. With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 35 years; retired 1985; died 22 Feb. 1991
2864 Edward H. Holloway, Jr. Established E. H. Holloway Corp. of Indianapolis, IN, 1945; active in 1985.
2865 Elmer E. Holloway Operated E. E. Holloway Co. of IN, 1888-1929.
2866 James Holman With Marshall Bros., Milwaukee, 1870-74.
2867 Lawton Holmes Elmira, NY, c. 1908
2868 Gayle Holmlund With Schoenstein & Co. of San Francisco, CA, 1989
2869 James A. Bamford Forest Grove, OR
2870 Robert Holsch With Visser-Rowland firm of Houston, TX, 1987
2871 N. P. Holt Active in New York City, NY, 1830s.
2872 Holtkamp Organ Co. Cleveland, Ohio from 1951. Succeeded Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling Organ Co.
2873 F. Christian Holtkamp Son of Walter Holtkamp, Jr.; entered firm ca. 1987; President and Managing Director from 1995
2874 Ferdinand Holtkamp Son of Herman H. Holtkamp, brother of Walter B. Holtkamp; with father's firm of Cleveland, OH, 1923
2875 Herman [Henry] Heinrich Holtkamp Cleveland, Ohio, 1903–c. 1914
2876 Mary Holtkamp With Holtkamp firm of Cleveland, OH, 28 years, treasurer; d. 1931
2877 Walter B. Holtkamp, Sr. Developed Holtkamp Organ Co. from predecessor firm; Cleveland, OH, 1931-51
2878 Walter Holtkamp, Jr. ('Chick') with family firm of Holtkamp Organ Co. of Cleveland, OH, 1956, president, 1962-97
2879 La Fornica No information available.
2880 Robert Holtzhouser With Knowlton firm of Davidson, NC, by 1992
2881 Larry Holycross Brother of Thomas G. Holycross; acquired Lima Pipe Organ Co. of Elida, OH with brother, Mar. 1984; active in 1989.
2882 Thomas G. Holycross Brother of Larry Holycross; acquired Lima Pipe Organ Co. of Elida, OH, with brother, Mar. 1984.
2883 Edward D. (Holtz?) Holz With Charles Kilgen & Son (later Kilgen Associates) of St. Louis, MO, 1939-43.
2884 Val Holzinger Los Angeles CA Firm name in 1966 was Holzinger Organs
2885 Honolulu Music Co. Representatives of Hillgreen, Lane & Co. of Alliance, OH, in Honolulu, HI, 1924.
2886 Willard Hood In Los Angeles, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2887 F. Hoog Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
2888 Hook Brothers Toronto, ON, Canada, c. 1874
2889 Elias Hook Co-founder of E. & G. G. Hook, Boston, Massachusetts, 1831-1881.
2890 Frederick Clapp Hook Boston early 1900s
2891 George Greenleaf Hook Co-founder of E. & G. G. Hook, Boston 1831-1880.
2892 James Hoover Columbia, Pennsylvania, 1988.
2893 Stephan Hoover With Visser-Roland firm of Houston, TX, 1987
2894 Hope-Jones & Harrison Bloomfield, New jersey 1904-05
2895 Hope-Jones Organ Co. Elmira, New York 1907-1910
2896 Cecil Laurence Hope-Jones Wife of Robert Hope-Jones, 1895.
2897 Robert Hope-Jones England prior to 1904; Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1904-1905; Boston, Massachusetts, 1905-1906; Elmira, New York, 1907-1910; North Tonawanda, New York, 1910-1914.
2898 James W. Hopkin New York City, New York, 30 year period, between 1927 and 1977.
2899 Brooke L. Hopkins Charlotte, North Carolina, 1988.
2900 Robert D. Hoppe & Co. Mankato, Minnesota 1988-1990; Alcoma, Wisconsin from 1990
2901 Bob Hoppens Lincoln, Nebraska, 1987.
2902 John Horlacher St. Louis, Missouri, 1900.
2903 Jabez Horner With Erben firm of New York City, NY, in Baltimore, MD, 1852, agent.
2904 James Horrox With Organ Power Co. of Hartford, CT, 1910.
2905 Frederick Albert Hoschke B. 1876, after 1888 with M. P. Moller, Hagerstown, MD; with Springfield Conservatory of Music; with Everett Piano Co. South Haven, MI by 1934; inventor of 'Orgatron' electronic reed organ; d.
2906 John H. Hose With Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, plant superintendent, 1940-1941, tonal director, 1944-1974; died 1974.
2907 Richard Hosier With Haase Organ Co. of Marengo, IL, c. 1970.
2908 L. J. Hoskins With Roesler-Hunholz firm of Milwaukee, WI, c. 1930s
2909 Henry Hosszer With Aeolian-Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 35 years. died 1941.
2910 Henry Hosszer With Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
2911 Mark Hotsenpiller With Abbott & Sieker of Los Angeles, CA, 1979-81; with Visser-Rowland of Houston, TX, 1987, associate tonal director, 1990; active 1994.
2912 George Houdshell Active in Baltimore, MD, area, 1928.
2913 Don [Piano & Organ Service] Hough Service technician in Salina, KS; rep. of Levsen firm of Buffalo, IA, in Salina 1988; active 1991.
2914 Earl B. Hough With American Photoplayer Co. of CA; with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1919
2915 Richard Houghten with Laukhuff firm of Weikersheim, Germany, as North American representative; active 1990.
2916 Aldège Houle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
2917 Germaine Houle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
2918 Jeanne-d'Arc Houle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
2919 L. Houle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1896, with firm, 1905.
2920 Garret House Buffalo, NY, 1845, pianos and organs; partnership with Benson in 1848; pipe organs exclusively after c. 1859; retired, 1898; succeeded by Charles B. Viner & Son.
2921 Helen Houston With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1930-c. 1970
2922 Gilles (Huot?) Hout With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
2923 Lise (Huot?) Hout With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
2924 Herbert Alvin Houze Organist, demonstrator of Wurlitzer organs; in Denver, Co., 1923; with Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, -1936-1941+, designer and installation superintendent; d. 1954 in Salt Lake City.
2925 Allyn Hoverland Bellwood, Illinois, by 1989, Active, 1991.
2926 Sam Hovsepian Boston, Massachusetts, 1920s; Merrick New York, 1929-31; Coral Gables, Florida, by 1941; Oakland, Florida, 1942-1988.
2927 (___) Howard With Kimball firm of Chicago, IL; partner with Arthur R. Temple in Temple & Howard of Chicago, IL, 1934-1936
2928 E. R. Howard In Dubuque, IA; organist; maker of organ seat, 1921.
2929 Emmons Howard with Johnson firm Westfield, MA; with Steere & Turner Westfield, MA; operated firm in Westfield, MA, 1883; acquired Johnson firm of Westfield, MA, 1898; in Buffalo, NY, c. 1900; retired 1928
2930 Harold Emmons Howard Son of Emmons Howard, brother of Walter E. Howard; with father's firm.
2931 Walter Eugene Howard Son of Emmons Howard, brother of Harold E. Howard; with father's firm.
2932 (___) Howe Partner with Eli Bruce of Marlborough, MA, before 1800.
2933 Edward T. Howe With Murray M. Harris firm of Los Angeles, CA, 1903; with Los Angeles Art Organ Co. of Los Angeles, CA, 1903
2934 William Howe Succeeded (Thomas?) Dodds; active in New York City, NY, 1797-1805
2935 G. M. Howell Representative of Bennett firm of Rock Island, IL, in Dallas, TX, after 1927.
2936 Howell Pipe Organs Dixon, Illinois from 1940s; also H. A. Howell Pipe Organs
2937 Richard Howell & Co. Baltimore, Maryland, 1989.
2938 Arthur Howes Organ recitalist; with Peabody Conservatory of Baltimore; organ authority, designer; retired to Andover, MA; died 1989.
2939 Hoyer Organ Co. Lawrence, Kansas, 1964-1991.
2940 Hoyt Metal Co. New York City, NY, and St. Louis, MO, 1921, pipe metal.
2941 Victor Hoyt With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, chest builder and installer; active in 1994.
2942 Hubbard & Aller Makers of water motors in Brooklyn, NY, 1870s.
2943 Carl Huber With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915.
2944 Fred Huber With Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
2945 John Hubie Active in New York City, NY, 1821-1823; partner of John Corrie in Philadelphia, PA, 1831-1837.
2946 Charles Huebner Son of William Huebner; with Odell firm of New York City, NY, late 19th century.
2947 William Huebner Father of Charles Huebner; with Odell firm of New York City, NY, late 19th century.
2948 John Huening With Visser-Roland of Houston, TX, sales and service, representative in southeastern USA, 1970s-1990; Brandon, Florida from 1990s
2949 F. J. Huenken With Ernest Schmidt in Chicago, IL, and Pacific coast; with Aeolian firm in Chicago, IL, manager, 1922.
2950 Herbert L. Huestis Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from ca. 1988.
2951 Marrianne Huestis Partner with Herbert L. Huestis in Ladner Village - Delt, BC, Canada and Point Roberts, WA, 1995
2952 Homer B. Hulbert Springfield, Massachusetts, 1920.
2953 Dana Hull Detroit, Michigan, 1962-1967; Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 1978;
2954 Reginald L. Hulsey Active in Lawrence, KS, 1982; partner with Burton Tidwell in Hulsey-Tidwell of Erie, PA, 1984-88; with Schantz of Orrville, OH, 1988; active 1990.
2955 Hulsey-Tidwell Erie, PA, 1984-1988
2956 John A. Hultman Omaha, Nebraska, 1892.
2957 Alvin Humaston With Johnson firm of Westfield, MA, c. 1888.
2958 T. D. Hume Representative of Weickhardt Organs of Milwaukee, WI, in IL and IN, 1914.
2959 Ernst A. Humitsch Born 1820 in Germany; immigrated to Baltimore in 1850; with Berger firm; with Pomplitz & Rodewald; in Tiffin, OH, ca. 1855; partner with G. F. Votteler in Cleveland, OH; died 1910.
2960 David Hummer Partner with Karl D. Weinand in Boulder, CO, 1974, portative organs.
2961 Humpe Organ Co. Richmond, Ohio 1980s
2962 Tink Humphreys Partner in Bartola Musical Instrument Co. {Barton Organs} of Oshkosh, WI, c. 1909.
2963 P. W. Hundeall With Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, in Los Angeles, CA, agent.
2964 Elmer H. Hunholz With William Schuelke firm of Milwaukee, WI; partner with Frederick Roesler in Roesler-Hunholz of Milwaukee, WI, 1923-50s
2965 Hunsickers Pipe Organ Reading, PA, c. 1980s
2966 Douglass Hunt New York City, New York, 1980s.
2967 Geoffrey W. F. Hunt Minneapolis, Minnesota from 1960s
2968 Larry Hunt London, Ontario, Canada, 1986.
2969 W. Hunt New York City, New York, 1870.
2970 (___) Hunter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dates unknown.
2971 Albert G. Hunter Philadelphia, PA, c. 1829-1867.
2972 John P. Hunter Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 1829-1902?.
2973 John R. Hunter Philadelphia, PA, c.1880-1915.
2974 Robert M. Hunter In Utica, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
2975 (___) Hunting Partner in Nichols & Hunting of Manchester, NH, 1843.
2976 Huntington & Way Stonington, Connecticut 1982-1988
2977 Andrew A. Huntington Voicer with Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1969-84, voicer and tonal finisher; self-employed voicer and consultant in Cromwell, CT, 1984; died 1992.
2978 S. L. Huntington & Co. Stonington, Connecticut from 1988
2979 Damase Huot With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
2980 John N. (Organ Pipe Co.) Hupalo Active in Vernon, CT, 1982.
2981 Adam Hurdus Born 1760 in England; father of James Hurdus; in Cincinnati, OH, 1806, clergyman, merchant, farmer, organbuilder; died 1843.
2982 James Hurdus Son of Adam Hurdus; with father's firm of Cincinnati, OH, 1836.
2983 James Hurlburt Repaired organ in Middle Haddam, CT, 1840.
2984 James Hurlburt With Marshall Bros., Milwaukee, WI, 1870-71
2985 (___) Huseby With Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1924
2986 Hutchings Organ Co. Waltham, Massachusetts, 1908-1917.
2987 Geo. S. Hutchings (& Co.) Boston, 1884–1908; Waltham, Massachusetts, 1908–1911.
2988 Hutchings, Plaisted & Co. Boston, Massachusetts 1872–1884.
2989 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. Boston, Massachusetts 1901-1906; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1906-1908.
2990 J. G. Hutchinson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1901.
2991 Miller Reese Hutchison West Orange, New Jersey c. 1929.
2992 David Hutton Bloomfield, New Jersey, c.1904; Elmira, New York, c.1908.
2993 Herbert E. Hyde Organist; representative of Skinner firm of Boston, MA, in Chicago, IL, 1926.
2994 James F. Jr. Hyde Active in Ripon, WI, 1976-1987, consultant.
2995 Richard Hyman New York City, New York, 1927.
2996 Jacob Hyne New York City, New York, 1830s.
2997 Augustus G. Ibach Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1878.
2998 (___) Ibertson Active in Cooperstown, NY, 19th century, pianos and organs
2999 (___) Ignatz Cincinnati, Ohio, c. 1864.
3000 Henry C. Ihrig Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1916–1923.
3001 Illinois Organ Supply Co. Pekin, Illinois, c. 1922;
3002 Ilse & Brockbank New York City, New York, 1914–c.1916.
3003 Theodore J. Ilse Boston Massachusetts; Elmira, New York, c.1908; New York City, 1914-c.1916
3004 Albert W. Imhoff Orrville, Ohio, 1962.
3005 Lawrence Ingold Sunnyvale, California, 1982.
3006 John M. Ingraham Methuen, Massachusetts, 1892–1914.
3007 Roger Lewis Inkpen San Jose, California, 1973–1991.
3008 Innovations Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1986.
3009 International Organ Leathers South Bend, Indiana, 1988–1989.
3010 Richard S. Irvine San Francisco, California, 1920.
3011 Hugh Irving Ripon, Wisconsin, 1869; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870–1874.
3012 Alfred Q. Isaacson Longmeadow, Massachusetts, 1979; Hartford, Connecticut, 1980s-1990s.
3013 René Isabelle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
3014 Michael Israel Louisville, Kentucky, 1990.
3015 Alfred Q. Issacson Deleted, Duplicate of 3012
3016 ISSPRO Inc. Vancouver, Washington, 1987 to at least 1990.
3017 Ithaca Organ Co. Ithaca, New York, 1877–1885.
3018 James N. Ivanoff Erie, Pennsylvania, 1982; Waynesboro, Virginia, 1990.
3019 Eva Ivanov-Lynnes Fargo, North Dakota, 1988.
3020 Harry Oliver Iverson Minneapolis, Minnesota., 1925.
3021 Paul Iverson Lake City Iowa, 1982-1985.
3022 Eldon Ives Pleasant Grove, Utah, c.1980s.
3023 J. & E. Foster Keene, New Hampshire, 1866–1875; succeeded by firm of Ephraim Foster.
3024 J. A. Dahlstedt & Sons Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1926.
3025 J.A. Hebert and Son / J.A. Hébert & Son Southfield, Michigan, c.1972.
3026 J. Allen Farmer, Inc. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, from 1979.
3027 J. B. Didinger & Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1893-1903.
3028 J. C. Deagan Chicago, Illinois, 1898–1972
3029 J. C. Gedeckt Co. Freeport, Ohio, 1982.
3030 [Space Open] [DUPLICATE DELETED]
3031 J. Coleman & Son Toronto, Ontario, Canada, c. 1860s-1880s
3032 J. Estey & Co. See Estey Organ Co.
3033 J. F. Nordlie Co. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1976.
3034 J.G. Pfeffer & Son St. Louis, Missouri, 1882–1919.
3035 J. H. & C. S. Odell & Co. Est. New York City, 1859; to Mount Vernon, NY in 1928; Yonkers, New York from 1940s until 1985.
3036 J. Kevin Aikman (Co.) Greencastle, Indiana, 1986; Lithonia, Georgia, 1996.
3037 J. M. Fetherolf Organ Pipes Greenwich, Connecticut, 1963.
3038 J. P. Hunter & Sons Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 1880; last listed 1922.
3039 J. P. Seeburg Piano Co. Chicago, Illinois, c.1907–1921.
3040 J. R. Gould & Sons St. Paul, Minnesota by 1968; acquired as Gould & Schultz of Roseville, Minnesota, 1987.
3041 J. W. Steere & Sons Springfield, Massachusetts 1891-1894.
3042 J. W. Walker & Sons British firm; American subsidiary in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1986.
3043 J. Wordsworth & Co. Jersey City, New Jersey, 1870s or 1880s.
3044 Louis Jacab New York City, New York, 1928.
3045 Charles Jack New York City, 1927; South Beach, CT; Southeastern rep. of Hall Organ Co. of New Haven, CT, 1932.
3046 Jackson & Co. Burlington, Iowa, 1913.
3047 Jackson & Gallagher St. Louis, Missouri, 1876-1879.
3048 Jackson Pipe Organ Co. Chester, Illinois, 1879-1894
3049 (___) Jackson Honolulu, Hawaii, 1985.
3050 Alan T. Jackson Toronto, Ontario, 1961 to at least 1998.
3051 Albert B. Jackson Burlington, Iowa, 1912–1913.
3052 Evan Jackson Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1970s, director of mid-Atlantic area, 1992.
3053 James Jackson (& Son) New York City, New York, c.1827–1847.
3054 Kenneth (Organ Co.) Jackson Active in 1988.
3055 Richard Walter Jackson Partner in Ellis, Jackson & Co., St. Louis, MO, 1873; Jackson & Gallagher 1876-79; Jackson Pipe Organ Co., IL, 1879-94; in IA, 1895-99; with Burlington Organ, IA, 1899-1912; partner Shulman-Ja
3056 Robert J. (Musical Instrument Service Co.) Jackson Active in Kansas City, MO, 1918, service.
3057 Samuel Jackson B. 1818 in England; son of James Jackson; partner with father in James Jackson & Son, New York City, c.1837-c.1839; d. 1885
3058 Wm. Jackson & Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1869–1871; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from 1873–1885.
3059 William C. Jackson Active in Beresford, SD, 1977.
3060 William H. Jackson Active in Jacksonville, IL, c. 1900 to c. 1920.
3061 Christian Jacob Born c.1810 in Germany; in OH by 1847; with Koehnken & Co. of Cincinnati, OH, 1860s.
3062 Laurent Jacob With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3063 J. B. Jacobs With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1917
3064 Mary Ann Jacobsen Representative of Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, KS, 1987.
3065 Norman Jacobsen With Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA, 1895, vice president.
3066 Jean-Baptiste Jacotel Jr. Montréal, Canada, 1832; active to after 1845.
3067 Jean-Baptiste Jacotel, Sr. Montréal, Canada, by 1821; died 1832.
3068 André Jacques With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3069 Arthur Jacques With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1939.
3070 Edmond Jacques With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3071 Rita Jacques With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3072 Réal Jacques With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
3073 Daniel Jaeckel Inc. Duluth, Minnesota, from ca. 1978. [Active]
3074 Julius Jaeckel B. 1879, Germany; immigrated to the U.S. 1902; with Hinners of Pekin, IL, 1904; operated firm in Chicago, IL by 1899; last listed 1928; d. 1946
3075 (___) Jaeger With Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA, 1898.
3076 James H. Rae Co. Active in Flushing {New York City}, NY, early 20th century.
3077 James Paine & Co. Established in West Berkeley, CA, 1884; relocated to San Francisco, CA, 1888; also known as Pacific Organ Co.; last listed c. 1912
3078 James B. Jamison Representative of Estey for Pacific coast, 1925-30; rep. of Kimball of Chicago, in San Francisco, 1936; rep. and tonal advisor of Austin, Hartford, CT, 1934-49; died 1959
3079 Charles Jantzen With Kimball firm of Chicago, director of education; with Rodgers firm of Hillsboro, OR; with Zero Enclosures of Burbank, CA; Wicks rep. in southern CA, 1991.
3080 Louis P. Jappe With Howard Nolte firm of New Ulm, MN, early 1960s; in Siren, WI; active in 1989
3081 Jaques Water Motors Division of the Roosevelt firm of New York City, NY, from 1870s.
3082 Odilon Jaques Active in Canada, c. 1910.
3083 Charles Scott Jardine Son of Frederick Jardine; with Jardine firm of New York City, NY, senior partner, 1896
3084 Dudley Jardine Son of George Jardine; with family firm c. 1855-(1875?);
3085 Edward Duncan Jardine Son of Joseph Jardine; with family firm in New York City, NY, partner, 1896; with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, c. 1900
3086 Edward G. Jardine Son of George Jardine, with family firm of New York City, NY, 1855, head of firm in 1871
3087 Frederick Reid Jardine Son of Frederick W. Jardine; with family firm of New York City, NY.
3088 Frederick W. Jardine Nephew of George Jardine; with George Jardine firm in New York City, NY;
3089 Frederick W. Jardine Son of George Jardine, father of Charles S. and Fred R. Jardine; with family firm of New York City, NY.
3090 George Jardine England, prior to 1837; New York City, New York, 1837–c.1882.
3091 John Jardine brother of George Jardine; in New York City, NY, c. 1830; active in Jersey City, NJ, 1849-1861
3092 Joseph Philip Jardine Son of George Jardine; with family firm in New York City, NY; bank clerk, 1860s-1870s; in Civil War
3093 Sarah E. Scott Jardine Wife of Frederick W. Jardine, mother of Charles S. and Fred R. Jardine; owner of George Jardine & Son of New York City, NY.
3094 R. Wardle Jarrett Highgate, England, 1881.
3095 Jarvis Organ Co. Philadelphia, PA, 1920
3096 Albert E. Jarvis English; immigrated to U.S., 1914; with Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, NY; with Odell, New York City; with George Kilgen, St. Louis, MO, c.1925; with Wicks, Highland, IL, 1937; with Kilgen Associ
3097 Henry Jaschke, Jr. Son of Henry Jaschke, Sr.; in St. Louis, MO, 1900.
3098 Henry Jaschke, Sr. Born June 1838 in Germany; father of Henry Jaschke, Jr.; immigrated to the U.S., 1864; active in St. Louis, MO, 1891-1902; last listed 1905.
3099 Arthur J. Jasper With Hope-Jones & Harrison, NJ, c.1904; with Ernest Skinner, Boston; with Hope-Jones, Elmira, NY, c.1908; with Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, NY, 1910; with Aeolian, Garfield, NJ.
3100 William G. Jeffrey Reading, Massachusetts, 1920.
3101 Gideon Jeffries Son-in-law of Samuel Bohler; with Bohler firm of Reading, PA, succeeded Samuel Bohler as head of firm, 1896; d. 1929.
3102 (___) Jellinak Operated service firm in Pittsburgh, PA, 1940s.
3103 D. Dianne Jenkins With Steiner-Reck firm of Louisville, KY, 1986.
3104 J. W. Jenkins Purchased organ pipes from Jerome Meyer firm, 1927
3105 Jack Jenkins St. Louis, Missouri, 1980s; Highland, Illinois, 1989.
3106 William M. Jenkins Organist; representative of Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, in St. Louis, MO, 15 years; representative of M. P. Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1915; returned to Wicks, 1929,
3107 Richard Jenneys Active in Boston, MA, c. 1780, engraver, chamber organbuilder; in Charleston, SC, c. 1783; in Milford, CT.
3108 Paul Jernigan Houston, TX, 1989.
3109 Jerome B. Meyer & Sons Milwaukee, Wisconsin, c.1925, active in 2015
3110 Albert Jestadt With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1910.
3111 Yves (Jetté) Jette With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3112 James Jewett With Stevens firms of Boston from 1850: partner of William Stevens in Stevens & Jewett, 1853; partner with George Stevens and Horatio Davis in Stevens, Davis & Jewett, 1855-56; in successor St
3113 N. B. Jewett Active in Boston, MA, first half 19th century.
3114 (___) Jodoin Active in Canada, 19th century.
3115 Erik Johansson Lower Bartonsville, VT, 1982-89
3116 John Clisbee (& Son) Marlborough, MA 1824-61; as John Clisbee & Son 1861-65
3117 John Fyall & Sons Active in Plainfield, ON, Canada, c. 1980s.
3118 John Muzzio & Son Active in New York City, NY, by 1899; carousel organs; last listed 1917.
3119 John Street Organ Co. Active in Monroe, NC, 1992; Gilbert F. Adams.
3120 Earl H. Johns In Cincinnati, OH; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3121 Wm. Johnson & Son Westfield, Massachusetts 1874-1898
3122 Johnson Organ Co. Active Minnesota and North Dakota 1954-1989+
3123 A. Johnson With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
3124 Albin W. [Alvin?] Johnson B. 1877 in Sweden; U.S. citizen, 1906; with Aeolian Co. of Garwood, NJ, 23 years; briefly with Welte-Mignon firm of New York City, 1926; returned to Aeolian-Skinner; d. 1932.
3125 Armand Johnson With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3126 Carl Johnson With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
3127 D. Johnson With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3128 David Johnson With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1986.
3129 Edwin N. Johnson With Kinetic Engineering, 1911-1918; with Worthington Pump & Machinery Co., 1918.
3130 Frank G. Johnson With Andover firm of Lawrence, MA, 1980.
3131 Frederick H. Johnson Norwich, Vermont ca. 1960
3132 George R. Johnson In Alexandria, VA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3133 Germain Johnson With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3134 James Johnson Partner with Charles L. Neill in Neill-Johnson firm of Montclair, NJ, 1950s.
3135 John Johnson Sparta, MI 1880's
3136 John Jens Johnson With Roche firm of Taunton, MA, 1988; with R. J. Brunner & Co., Silver Spring, PA, from 1989; active in 1990.
3137 John Webster Johnson Leavenworth, KS. 1892; hydraulic motor
3138 Lance E. Johnson Established Johnson Organ Co. of Fergus Falls, MN, 1954; representative of Moller in Moorehead, MN, 1964-66; in Fargo, ND, 1972; active in 1989.
3139 Luther Johnson With Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, 1970s.
3140 Michael G. Johnson With Johnson Organ Co. of Fargo, ND, 1988.
3141 Niels Johnson With Joseph Ridges firm of Salt Lake City, UT, c. 1860s; operated firm, 1885.
3142 Robert Johnson With Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, 1970s.
3143 Rufus Johnson Maine, 1850s-1860s.
3144 Theodore Johnson With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3145 Thomas Lee Johnson With Martin Becker, FL, 1970; with Aeolian-Skinner of Randolph, MA, 1971; with Mann & Trupiano, Brooklyn, NY, 1987; with J. J. Field & Co., Richmond, VA, part-time, 1987; with Organ Historical
3146 Timothy Johnson In Fredricksburg, TX; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3147 William Johnson With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
3148 Wm. A. Johnson Westfield, MA 1844-1870.
3149 William G. Johnson Beverly, Massachusetts, c.1925.
3150 William H. Johnson Westfield, Massachusetts; Springfield, Massachusetts, 1907.
3151 Johnston Organ & Piano Manufacturing Co. California 1913-1915. Succeeded Murray M. Harris firm, succeeded by California Organ Co.
3152 Benjamin Johnston Boston, Massachusetts, 1750s.
3153 David Johnston Hartford, Connecticut, 1994.
3154 E. A. Johnston Los Angeles, California, 1913; Van Nuys, California, 1913–1915.
3155 John Johnston San Francisco, California, c.1930s.
3156 Thomas Johnston Boston, Massachusetts, 1750s.
3157 Gregory Martin Joly With Czelusniak et Dugal firm of Southampton, MA, 1979-1987
3158 Peter Jonas Cincinnati, OH, 1856
3159 Jean-Maurice Joncas With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3160 Jones & Budlong Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1855.
3161 Jones Organ Service Active in Loveland, CO, c. 1980s.
3162 (___) Jones Associate of John C. B. Standbridge in Philadelphia, PA, 1840.
3163 (___) Jones Partner with Budlong in Jones & Budlong of Boston, MA, c. 1855.
3164 Albert L. Jones Reading, Massachusetts; Boston, Massachusetts; Elmira, New York;
3165 Bradley E. Jones Eagleville, Tennessee, 1983–1984; Jefferson City, Tennessee, from 1984–present.
3166 Clarence Jones Tarrytown, New York, c. 1980s.
3167 D. Jones Jersey City, New Jersey, c. 1913. [Stub]
3168 Daniel R. Jones Denver, Colorado, 1985–to at least 1991.
3169 Murvin L. Jones Chicago, Illinois, 13 year period between c.1904–1929.
3170 Robert Jones With Mann & Trupiano of Brooklyn, NY, c. 1980.
3171 W. Meakin Jones Born in England; with Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912, assistant to Robert Hope-Jones; d. 1946
3172 Walter Jones With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
3173 James T. Jordan Piano dealer; with American Master Organ Co. of Paterson, NJ, 1915
3174 T. P. Jordan With American Photo-Player firm of Berkeley, CA, before 1918.
3175 West Jorgensen With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1930s.
3176 Terry Joris With Bedient firm of Lincoln, NE, 1987; with C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989-1995+.
3177 Joseph Cave Pipe Organ Co. In Evansville, IN, 1979; active in Carmel, IN, 1986.
3178 Russell Joseph Representative of Wicks firm in northern IL, to 1979, in northwest AR, 1979
3179 Edgar Jost Son of Henry T. Jost; with Reuter firm of Lawrence, KS, c. 1920s, voicer.
3180 Frank Jost Brother of Henry T. Jost; with Reuter-Schwarz Organ Co. of Highland, IL, 1917; with successor Reuter firm of Lawrence, KS, 1919
3181 Henry T. Jost With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904; partner in Reuter-Schwarz Organ Co. of Highland, IL, 1917; firm relocated to Lawrence, KS; president, 1920-1931.
3182 (___) Jourdain With Odell firm of New York City, NY, 1860s.
3183 (___) Joy With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, over 20 years, 1924.
3184 Antonio Luares Juares Built for Mexico City, Mexico, 1834.
3185 José María Juarez Built for San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1857.
3186 Jubal Organ Co. Operated by Frederic H. Cesander; (active in SD, 1920s-1960s?); pipe and electronic organs.
3187 Jesse Jude With E. H. Holloway firm of Indianapolis, IN, 1985
3188 Henry Judge Active in Baltimore, MD, c. 1842- (c. 1847?)
3189 Marvin Judy Celina, Texas, early 1960s; Dallas and Garland, Texas, 1989; active 1991.
3190 Denis Juget Laval, PQ, Canada, 1987-89
3191 Julian E. Bulley Pipe Organs Dayton, Ohio from 1906
3192 Julius Firmbach & Son Active in Brooklyn, NY; firm last listed 1909.
3193 David L. Junchen Junchen-Collins Organ Corp. of Woodstock, IL, 1975-1980; in Pasadena, CA, 1980-1991; in Barrington, IL, 1991
3194 Junchen-Collins Corp. Woodstock, IL, 1975-1980
3195 Arthur Jungling Operated firm in Texas, c. 1918, service; d. 1938
3196 Alphonse Jurva Operated firm in Finland which was destroyed in W. W. I; immigrated to U.S., c. 1919; operated service firm, (Cloquet, MN?) 7 years; d. 1926
3197 Justin Organ Pipes St. Paul, MN, 1970s-1986; moved to Rapid City, SD, 1986; active 1991; succeeded by Matters, Inc., which merged with Schlicker Organ Company in 1992
3198 William Kaffenberger Organ designer. With Berghaus firm of Bellwood, IL, by 1989; active in 1991.
3199 Frances J. Kain With Hartman-Beaty firm of Englewood, NJ, 1963-1978
3200 Robert J. Kaiser Buffalo, New York, after W.W. II, -1950s; Tonawanda, New York, 1958.
3201 William Kaisling Chicago, Illinois, 1920.
3202 Kajkowski Family Organs Deer Lodge, MT, by c. 1984; representatives of Orgelbau Schumacher by 1988
3203 Kenneth Kajkowski In New York City; with Hendrickson firm of St. Paul, MN, early 1980s; established Kajowski Family Organs of Deer Lodge, MT, c.1984
3204 Alexander Kalla Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3205 Marla Kallas With Bedient firm of Lincoln, NE, 1987
3206 Kansas City Organ Service & Supply Co. Active in Kansas City, MO, 1942
3207 Franklin J. Kantner Active in Berks County and Reading, PA, 1882-1887; reed organs
3208 Joel Kantner Pennsylvania, 1850s and 1860s
3209 Washington Kantner Son of Joel Kantner, brother of Franklin J. and William Kantner; with family firm by 1862.
3210 Arnit Kantnor Highland, IL, c. 1915
3211 Joseph L. Kappes Springfield Township, Ohio, 1977.
3212 H. Karbe Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3213 Alfred Kargaard with organ firms in Germany and Denmark; in Lexington, MA, 1910-45; in Asheville, NC, 1945-69; d. 1969
3214 Lothar Karl Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1960s; Harrisonville, Missouri
3215 Dennis W. Karn Woodstock, ON, Canada, 1867-1909;
3216 Karn-Morris Piano & Organ Co. Succeeded Karn-Warren firm; established by Dennis W. Karn in Woodstock, ON, Canada, 1909-24; pianos, reed and pipe organs
3217 Karn-Warren Organ Co. Woodstock, ON, Canada, 1896-1909; succeeded by the Karn-Morris Piano & Organ Co.
3218 Thomas Kassay With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1914.
3219 Robert Kassel With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3220 Otto Kast With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915
3221 A. J. Katt With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c.1915; with George Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, 1939
3222 Damien F. Katz With Knowlton firm of Davidson, NC, 1992
3223 ( ) Kaufhold Organbuilder in Tennstadt, Saxony, Germany; worked at unknown location in U. S. after 1864 for several years
3224 Kaylor & Clark Active in Hagerstown, MD, 1921
3225 A. D. Kaylor With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, pipemaker; with M. P. Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD; (partner in Kaylor & Clark of Hagerstown, MD, 1921)
3226 Bert Keates London, Ontario, Canada, 1945; Lucan, Ontario, Canada, 1951; Acton, Ontario, Canada, 1961–1971.
3227 Keates-Geissler Pipe Organs Ltd Acton, Ontario, Canada from 1972
3228 Walter G. Keating With Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1919, assistant treasurer; with Aeolian-Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1940
3229 David Keedy With Eastern Organ Pipes of Hagerstwon, MD, 1995.
3230 Walter Keefe Partner in Bartola Musical Instrument Co. {Barton Organs} of Oshkosh, WI, c. 1909.
3231 James Kegerries With Riesner firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1983, production manager, 1992.
3232 Charles E. Kegg Orrville, OH; Alliance, OH, 1988; Hartville, OH from 1985?
3233 Douglas Keilitz Active in Hamilton Square, NJ, 1989.
3234 (___) Keinekamp Active in Baltimore, MD, 1890s.
3235 Laborius Keller, Jr. Guttenberg, IA mid 1800s
3236 M. C. Keller Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3237 E. A. Kelley & Associates Lawrence, Massachusetts from 1965; Salem, Massachusetts from ca. 1980
3238 Mary T. Kelley With Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1921.
3239 Thomas [Kelly ?] Kelley Active in Detroit, MI; '30 years experience' in 1928.
3240 (___) Kellner With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, 1890s.
3241 Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Co. Active in Chicago, 1919, electrical devices for organs.
3242 James J. Kelly, Jr. With James J. Kelly & Son of Huntingdon Valley, PA, 1982.
3243 James J. Kelly, Sr. (& Son) Active in Huntingdon Valley, PA, 1982
3244 George Bruce Kemp, Jr. B. 1885; with Aeolian Co. of Garwood, NJ; in Indianapolis, IN, 1907; with Wicks firm of Highland, IL; with Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO; organ authority; d. 1934
3245 George Bruce Kemp, Sr. B. 1854; son of James Kemp; with father in Hall, Labagh & Co. and Labagh & Kemp of New York City; with Aeolian Co. of Garwood, NJ; d. 1931
3246 James Lowrie Kemp Partner of Thomas Hall and John Labagh in Hall, Labagh & Co. of New York City, 1868; in successor Labagh & Kemp, 1872.
3247 George Kendal With Johnson firm of Westfield, MA, c. 1888
3248 Charles B. Kendall Boston, Massachusetts, 1898.
3249 Oliver Kendall, Jr. Active in Providence, RI, 1838-1841.
3250 Ernest C. Kendrick In Canoga Park, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3251 Stanley J. Kendzior With E. R. Kilgen of St.Louis, MO, vice president
3252 Albert E. Kent With Felgemaker firm of Erie, PA, 1893, superintendent, 1906-18; partner in Tellers-Kent Organ Co. of Erie, PA, 1918.
3253 Earle L. Kent Elkhart, Indiana, 1952.
3254 Josh Kent Active in West Newton, MA, c. 1849.
3255 Thomas C. Kenyon Active in Providence, RI, 1881-1889.
3256 Michael James Kerigan Boston, Massachusetts, 1870s.
3257 Kerner & Merchant Alternate nameplate
3258 Kershaw Organ Co. New England, 1950s?
3259 Roston Kershaw Beverly, MA; active in Lowell, MA, 1950-1963; died c. 1968.
3260 O. W. Ketcham With United States Pipe Organ Co., 1924, stockholder.
3261 Keyboard Services Active in Bogota, NJ, 1985; service.
3262 (___) Kibler Partner in Durst, Boegle & Co. of Erie, PA, 1926.
3263 Robert C. Kichline Alliance, OH, from the 1960s,
3264 Kiefer Tanning Co. Established by Edgar S. Kiefer in Chicago, IL, by 1941; active in Grand Rapids, MI, 1988; organ leathers.
3265 Edgar S. Kiefer Operated organ leather firm in Chicago, IL, 1941.
3266 J. Harold Kiefer Active in Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1950s-1960s
3267 Jacob C. Kiefer Chicago, Illinois, 1967.
3268 Oscar Kiensley Active in Chicago, IL; worked for Hinners Organ Co.; '30 years experience' in 1918.
3269 Frank G. (Pipe Organ Builder) Kieran Active in Irvine, CA, 1982; active in 1989.
3270 E. J. Kilburn With Hook & Hastings of Boston, MA, c. 1870-c. 1882
3271 Kilgen Associates, Inc. Briefly known as Charles Kilgen & Son. St. Louis, Missouri 1939-1943.
3272 Kilgen Organ Co. Successor to E. R. Kilgen, St. Louis, Missouri, 1939-1960
3273 Kilgen Organ Service Active in Burbank, IL, c. 1980s
3274 Kilgen Organ Service Co. Astoria {New York City}, NY, c. 1980s.
3275 (John) George Kilgen Father of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr.; immigrated to U.S. 1849; with Jardine firm of New York City; established firm in St. Louis, MO, 1873; partner with son, 1866; died 1902; succeeded by son
3276 Alfred George Kilgen, Jr. with George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928
3277 Alfred George Kilgen, Sr. B.1886 St. Louis, MO; son of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr.; with Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, 10 years, NY office manager, 1927; with Wurlitzer of North Tonawanda, NY, 2 1/2 years; returned to Kilge
3278 Charles C. Kilgen, Jr. with George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, 1913, partner, 1924, plant manager, 1928; with father and brothers, formed Charles Kilgen & Son {Kilgen Associates}, 1939; with Kilgen Organ Co. of S
3279 Charles C. Kilgen, Sr. B.1859 in New York City, NY; son of George Kilgen; with father in New York City, NY; partner with father in George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, late 1880s; partner with four sons, 1924; d. 1
3280 Eugene Robyn Kilgen B. 1897 St. Louis, MO; son of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr., with father and brothers in George Kilgen & Son of St, Louis, MO, 1919, partner, 1924, central office manager, 1928; formed (E. R.) Kilgen
3281 George J. Kilgen, Jr. Son of George J. Kilgen, Sr.; died in air crash 1944 in Rush Springs, OK, age 27.
3282 George J. Kilgen, Sr. B. 1891 in St. Louis, MO; son of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr.; partner in George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO with father and brothers, 1924, western field manager, 1928; formed Kilgen Associates,
3283 Henry C. Kilgen Firm established in St. Louis, Missouri, early 1870s; intermittent information through 1905
3284 Jean Kilgen Son of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr.
3285 Marie M. Kilgen With E. R. Kilgen of St. Louis, MO (firm established 1939- closed 1960)
3286 Noel Kilgen Born c. 1910; son of Alfred G. Kilgen, Sr.; with family firm of Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928
3287 Rudolph F. Kilgen Son of Charles C. Kilgen, Sr.; with George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, 1926, president; died 1926.
3288 Benno Kollibay With Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
3289 C. W. Kimball Representative of Wicks firm of Highland, IL, in Lansing, MI, 1924.
3290 Curtis Nathaniel Kimball with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1879: treasurer of firm, 1893; vice president, 1898; president, 1905;
3291 David W. Kimball With W. W. Kimball of Chicago, IL, president; died 8 Jun. 1953
3292 Henry D. Kimball partner with E. E. Smallman and Leslie H. Frazee in Kimball, Smallman & Frazee of Boston, MA, 1910; retired 1920
3293 Smallman & Frazee Kimball Succeeded Smallman & Frazee; Boston, MA, 1910-1915; in Everett, MA, 1921; succeeded by Kimball-Frazee Organ Co.
3294 William Wallace Kimball Chicago, IL, 1857-1904, established W. W. Kimball Co. of Chicago, IL, 1857
3295 Kimball-Frazee Organ Co. Succeeded Kimball, Smallman & Frazee; Boston, MA, 1915-1921; succeeded by Frazee Organ Co.
3296 Kimber-Allen, Ltd. in Johnson City, TN; merged with the Reisner firm of Hagerstown, MD, as Reisner Kimber-Allan by 1985; resumed previous name by 1989.
3297 Thomas E. Kimble Covington, Kentucky, 1977.
3298 K. R. Kimes In Saugus, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3299 Halsey G. Kinder Illinois and Indiana, 1914; Chicago, Illinois, 1917.
3300 Kinetic Engineering Co. New York City, NY, c. 1904; relocated to Lansdowne, PA, c. 1905; acquired by M. P. Moller firm of Hagerstown,
3301 King of Instruments Inc. Acquired trade name and assets of M. P. Moller of Hagerstown, MD, Jan. 1993; production of Moller organs resumed at Hagerstown, MD, production ceased Oct. 1994;
3302 David King With James McFarland firm of Millersville, PA, c. 1980.
3303 Donald King Representative of Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD, in Baltimore, MD, 1974.
3304 Edward J. King Son of William King, brother of William B. King; with family firm in Elmira, NY; representative of Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA; died 1937
3305 F. King Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3306 Frank King With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, voicer, tonal director, c. 1915-1920.
3307 John King With the Redman firm of Fort Worth, TX, by 1991.
3308 The Ross King Company, Inc. Fort Worth, Texas from 1969.
3309 Wm. King & Son Elmira, New York 1887-1900; Chicago, Illinois 1900-1903.
3310 William B. King Son of William King; partner in William King & Son of Elmira, NY, c. 1887-(1900?); with Hook & Hastings, Kendal Green, MA; in Philadelphia, PA as rep. of W. W. Kimball, 1916; d. 1929
3311 William [William B.?] King Location unknown, 1894.
3312 Ron Kingham artner with Donald Pole in Pole & Kingham of Chatham, ON, Canada, 1989.
3313 Daniel R. Kingman With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1982, assistant tonal director; active in 1994.
3314 Kingsbury & Chadwick (Partnership of George O. Kingsbury and Charles F. Chadwick?) in Springfield, MA, listed 1918.
3315 Kingsbury & Van Wart (Partnership of George O. Kingsbury and Harry F. Van Wart?) in Springfield, MA; listed 1916-1921
3316 George O. Kingsbury With Steinert & Sons of Boston, 10 years; with Steere Organ Co. of Westfield, MA; with Skinner Co. of MA; with Aeolian-Skinner until c.1934; with Hammond electronic organ firm, 1936; d. 1949
3317 Herbert Kingsley See Kinsley, Herbert.
3318 Victor Kinkella With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1930s.
3319 Herbert E. [Kingsley] Kinsley Son of Stephen P. Kinsley; with Samuel Pierce firm, Reading, MA; with Estey, Brattleboro, VT; with Möller, Hagerstown, MD; Pilcher, Louisville, KY; with Robert Morton, CA, 1917; d. 1939
3320 Stephen P. Kinsley Boston, Massachusetts, c.1852-c.1872; Indianapolis, Indiana, 1874; 1875 Boston; Reading, Massachusetts, 1878.
3321 William S. Kinsley With R. Y. Smith of Reading, MA c. 1890; wood pipemaker
3322 Allen B. Kinzey Boston, Massachusetts, 1953-1971; Wrentham, MA, 1971-1981; established Nicholas-Bradford Organ Co. in Wrentham, MA with Joseph W. Deptula, Jr.
3323 Kinzey-Angerstein Wrentham, Massachusetts, 1971-1981.
3324 Sheila S. Kirk With Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville, KY, 1988.
3325 George T. Kirkwood Hillsboro, Oregon, 1977.
3326 H. E. Kitchen With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 1926, sales.
3327 E. B. Kittleman Kansas City, Missouri, 1917.
3328 (___) Kittredge Active in Mont Vernon, NH, 1830-1845; chamber organs; partner in Nutter & Kittredge, c. 1853.
3329 Klann Organ Supply [Klann Inc.] Established by August A. Klann in Alliance, OH, 1916; relocated to Basic {Waynesboro}, VA, 1918; active in 2015.
3330 August A. Klann B. 1872 Germany; immigrated to U.S. 1898; with organ firm in San Francisco; with Kilgen firm, St. Louis, MO; In Pomeroy, OH; established Klann Organ Supply, Alliance, OH, 1916; relocated to VA
3331 Curtis Klann With Klann Organ Supply of Waynesboro, VA, 1980s.
3332 Paul A. Klann Waynesboro, Virginia, 1952–1995.
3333 Philip Klann With Klann Organ Supply of Waynesboro, VA, 1982.
3334 Joseph W. Klein Los Angeles, California, 1928.
3335 Johann Gottlob Klemm See Clemm, John.
3336 Michael Kleuker With Steiner-Reck firm of Louisville, KY, 1986.
3337 Terry Klevin Theatre organ technician and rebuilder, Minneapolis, MN; with Robert Sweeney in Century Pipe Organs of Minneapolis by 1988; active in 1991.
3338 William K. Klimas With Petty-Madden firm of Hopewell, NJ, 1982; active in 1989.
3339 Ronald Klind In Hammonton, NJ; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3340 Klinger Pipe Organ Service Active in Milwaukee, WI, 1975; representatives of Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada.
3341 Orin C. Klock Partner with Collins R. Stevens in Stevens & Klock Organ Co. of Marietta, OH, 1892-1897
3342 Gustav H. Kloehs Partner with A. R. Payne in United States Pipe Organ Co. of Philadelphia, PA, c. 1920-1924, left firm 1929.
3343 Klug & Schumacher Lakeland, FL, 1975-1990s
3344 Dennis Klug Lakeland FL 1973-1990s
3345 (___) Knabe Active in Baltimore, MD, 1890s.
3346 Knapp Barrel Organ Works Active in Philadelphia, PA, c. 1903, barrel organs.
3347 Frederick Knapp Brooklyn, New York, 1904.
3348 James Knapp In New York City, NY, 1819-26
3349 Richard W. Knapp Partner with Henry L. Hokans in Hokans-Knapp Associates, Inc.; active in West Simsbury, CT, by 1983.
3350 Knapton & Sons Active in Glenburnie, ON, Canada, c. 1980s.
3351 Christopher Knauer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1837; active c. 1843-1844 in Philadelphia, PA.
3352 Henry W. Knauff, Jr. Born c. 1836 in PA; son of Henry Knauff, Sr.; partner with father, 1864.
3353 Henry Knauff, Sr. Philadelphia, PA, 1837-1863
3354 J. C. [Christopher?] Knauff (Organ Co.) Newark, DE, (1889?)
3355 Theodore C. Knauff Philadelphia, PA, 1889-1892
3356 Kney & Bright London, Ontario, Canada 1955-1963.
3357 Gabriel Kney & Co. London, Ontario, Canada from 1963.
3358 Martha Kney Wife of Gabriel Kney; with Kney firm of London, ON, Canada, 1986, voicer.
3359 (Franklin?) Knight Partner of William Small in Portland, ME, first half 19th century.
3360 E. H. Knight With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3361 G. Knight With Labagh & Kemp of New York City, NY, 1873.
3362 Stanley Knight With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, pipe setter; active in 1994.
3363 Knoch Organ Co. London, ON, Canada, 1954; active in 1980s
3364 H. K. [H. J.?] Knoll With Kinetic Engineering Co. of Philadelphia, PA, c. 1920-1936.
3365 Thomas H. Knollin Syracuse, NY by c. 1885-1912
3366 Knowlton Organ Co. Charlotte and Davidson, North Carolina from 1980s
3367 Murray Knowlton With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, (1920s?).
3368 Fred A. Koch With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3369 Charles Koebler Active in Cleveland, OH by c. 1850, organbuilder, composer, organist.
3370 John F. Koeck In St. Nazianz, WI, c. 1888 to c. 1904, organbuilder
3371 Herbert Koehler In Duxbury, MA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3372 Koehnken & Co. Succeeded Matthias Schwab firm; Cincinnati, OH, 1860-1876; succeeded by Koehnken & Grimm
3373 Koehnken & Grimm Succeeded Koehnken & Co.; Cincinnati, OH, 1876-1896; succeeded by G. Grimm & Son
3374 Johann (Köhnken) Koehnken B. 1812 in Germany; brother of Johann Heinrich Koehnken; active in Cincinnati, OH, c.1845 until his death c.1863
3375 Johann Heinrich (Köhnken) Koehnken B. 1819 in Germany; in Wheeling, WV, 1837; with Mathias Schwab, Cincinnati, 1839; acquired firm as Koehnken & Co. 1860; partner with Gallus Grimm in Koehnken & Grimm 1875-96; retired 1896, d.
3376 Donald B. Koepke Franklin Park, Illinois, 1979.
3377 Kohl Organ Co. Arthur A. Kohl, Rochester NY 1920s-1980s
3378 John B. Kohler B. 1874 in Germany; immigrated to U.S. c.1888; with J. C. Deagan firm of Chicago, 15 years; partner with Otto H. Liebich in Kohler-Liebich, organ percussions, 1910-27; d. 1927
3379 Sylvester E. Kohler Louisville, KY, 1923–1988.
3380 Kohler-Liebich Co. Chicago, IL, 1910; chimes and percussion stops; last listed 1942
3381 Donald L. Kohles In Los Angeles, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3382 Mark Kolligan With E. M. Skinner Co. of East Kingston, NH, 1982.
3383 Fred Konrad St. Louis, Missouri, 1913.
3384 James A. Konzelman Bayonne, New Jersey 1980s; New York, New York 1990s
3385 Samuel Koontz & Co. Ann Arbor, MI 1987-1990; Detroit 1990-1992.
3386 Adrian Koppejan Pipe Organs Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada from 1979.
3387 A. Korbinsky With C. S. Haskell firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1901
3388 Kees Kos Boston, Massachusetts; Gloucester, Massachusetts, by 1989-1995.
3389 Leonard S. Kosakowski With E. R. Kilgen of St. Louis, MO, president
3390 Walter Kouber With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
3391 Stephen Kowalyshyn With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, 1973; active in 1989-1995+.
3392 Gregory Koziel Memphiz, Tennessee from 1970s
3393 Antal Kozma With Gabriel Kney firm of London, Ont., Canada, 1993.
3394 (___) Kraemer Active in Baltimore, MD, 1880s.
3395 Edwin Arthur Kraft Organist; representative of the Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, in Cleveland, OH, 1932.
3396 George Kraft (Built organ for Trinity Lutheran of Lancaster, PA, 1744?)
3397 Michael Kraft With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989-1995+.
3398 Ronald Kraft Organ Service Riverside, California 1980s.
3399 N. P. Kraig Binghamton, NY by 1899; last listed 1929
3400 Cyrill Kralicek Chicago, Illinois, 1920.
3401 Kramer Organ Co. Active in New York City, NY, by 1917 to at least 1931
3402 Justin Kramer Pipe Organs Los Angeles, California from 1980s
3403 (___) Kraus Active in Baltimore, MD, 1890s.
3404 Anton Krause Partner with Henry Greywack in Greywack & Krause of Milwaukee, WI, 1869-70; had firm in Milwaukee, 1870-71.
3405 Andrew Krauss Kraussdale, PA, 1796-1812
3406 Baltzer Krauss Jr. Father of John and Andrew Krauss; active with sons near Kraussdale, PA, late 18th century.
3407 Edwin B. Krauss Palm, PA early 1800s
3408 George Krauss Kraussdale, PA, and Palm, PA; c. 1820-1880
3409 Joel Krauss Kraussdale and Palm, PA c.1820-1852
3410 John Krauss Kraussdale, PA, 1796-1812
3411 Samuel Krauss Born 1807; son of Andrew Krauss; with family firm in Kraussdale and Palm, PA; died 1904.
3412 Fred W. Krebs Erie, Pennsylvania, 1922.
3413 Fred Krebs With Gottfried firm of Erie, PA; with Hinners firm of Orrville, OH, 1920s
3414 William Krebs Erie, Pennsylvania, c. 1921.
3415 L. Alvin Kreis With Symphony Player Co. of Covington, KY, 1918, secretary.
3416 Philip Kriegsman With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3417 F. Krimmelbein With C. S. Haskell firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1901
3418 Adam Krug In Manitowac, WI, c. 1903 to c. 1906.
3419 D. H. Kruse ith Murray M. Harris firm of Los Angeles, CA, 1912, secretary-treasurer.
3420 Larry D. Krusie With Freeport Organ Co., Freeport, IL, 1960s; acquired Freeport firm and relocated to Hiawatha, IL; closed firm 1966; active in Hiawatha, 1982, 1990; rep. of Reuter firm in Hiawatha, IL, 1989.
3421 Shelia Krytenberg With Reisner firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1980.
3422 Paul J. Kuechle With Hann-Wangerin firm of Milwaukee, WI, vice president 1902-1908, president 1909-1910.
3423 Harry H. Kugel Erie, Pennsylvania, 1922 until at least 1924.
3424 Henry Kugel Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1894-1924; d. 1936.
3425 Rubin G. Kugel Son of Henry Kugel, partner with father, brother, and Frederick Durst in Organ Supply Corp. of Erie, PA, 1924.
3426 Adolf Kuhn With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
3427 Ernest Kuhn St. Louis, MO 1930s
3428 David Kukla With Hammes-Foxe firm of Butler, WI, 1980-1985
3429 Thomas E. Kult With Dobson Organ Co. of Lake City, IA, 1979; active in 1989.
3430 Paul Kupelian Active in Constantia, NY, 1989
3431 F. C. (Küpfer) Kupfer With Roosevelt firm of New York City; with George S. Hutchings of MA, c.1893; with Farrand & Votey, Detroit, c.1896
3432 Henry Kurtz Illinois, 1810s.
3433 K. G. Kurtz With Bartola firm {Barton Organs} of Chicago, IL, 1923
3434 Nik Kurtz With Austin firm of Hartford, CT; active in 1994.
3435 Peter Kurtz Active in Philadelphia, PA, c. late 18th century
3436 Peter Kurtz With Austin firm of Hartford, CT; active in 1994.
3437 Richard Kurtz Princeton, New Jersey, c. 1970.
3438 Frank W. Kutschera Hartford, Connecticut, 1949; Georgia prior to 1981.
3439 L. J. Mutty Co. Boston, Massachusetts, 1920s.
3440 Harold A. La Croix Boston, Massachusetts, 1950s–1980s.
3441 La Marche Brothers Chicago, Illinois, 1918-1964.
3442 La Marche Mfg. Co. Chicago, Illinois, 1941; Schiller Park, Illinois, 1963; Des Plaines, Illinois, 1969.
3443 Austin W. La Marche Chicago, Illinois, 1940–1963; Schiller Park, Illinois, 1963–1969; Des Plaines, Illinois, from 1969.
3444 Ernest Lane La Marche Chicago, Illinois, 1918-1957; d. 1963.
3445 George Everett La Marche Portland, Maine, 1902; Massachusetts, 1902-1906; Atlanta and Chicago, 1910-1916; Chicago, Illinois, 1918.
3446 George Everett La Marche, Jr. Chicago, Illinois, c.1958–1991.
3447 Labagh & Kemp New York City, New York, 1872–1892.
3448 John Labagh Partner of Thomas Hall in Hall & Labagh of New York City, 1846-67, with James Kemp in Hall, Labagh & Co., 1868-72; in successor Labagh & Kemp, 1872-92; d. 1892
3449 Louisette Laberge With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3450 Fernande (Labonté) Labonte With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3451 François X. (Labonté) Labonte With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1900.
3452 Jean-Marc (Labossière) Labossiere With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3453 Paul Labrosse Active in Montréal, Canada, c. 1721.
3454 Hervé Lachance With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1941.
3455 Armand Lacroix With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3456 Rosaire Lafleur With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1933.
3457 Paul Lafontaine With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3458 Samuel O. LaForrest [Forrest?; 2 individuals?] Mont Vernon, NH, by 1850; in Providence, RI, 1847
3459 Gérard Lafortune With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3460 H. Lafortune With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3461 C. Jules Laframboise With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1909; general manager, 1920-58; president, 1958-61; retired 1961; d. 1970
3462 Alfred Lafrance With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
3463 Noël Lafrance With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
3464 Raymond Lafrance With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3465 Jean-Guy (Lagacé) Lagace With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3466 Jean-Paul (Lagacé) Lagace With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3467 Jules (Lagacé) Lagace With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3468 Peter LaGrassa Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1854-1857.
3469 Edward Lahaise With Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA, 20th century; succeeded Hook & Hastings service work with Henri Lahaise, 1936
3470 Erasme Lahaise with Hook & Hastings of Boston, MA, 1880; retired 1934; d. 1949
3471 Henri Lahaise & Sons Boston, Massachusetts from ca. 1936
3472 Horace Lahaise With Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA, 1888.
3473 Richard Lahaise Boston, Massachusetts
3474 Robert J. Lahaise in Henri Lahaise & Sons of Boston, MA, service
3475 August Laine Representative of the Wicks firm of Highland, IL, in New Orleans, LA, c. 1945.
3476 Lucien Lajoie With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3477 Réjean Lajoie With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3478 Fred Lake With Berghaus firm of Bellwood, IL, 1970s; with Schoenstein & Co. of San Francisco, CA, 1987
3479 C. Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3480 Fernand Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3481 G. E. Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3482 Jean-Paul Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3483 Lucien Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3484 Marcel Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3485 Victor Laliberté With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3486 Marcel Lalumière With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3487 Lamb & Hanson Active in West Haven, CT, 1950s; Floyd Lamb.
3488 Floyd Lamb With Harry Hall firm of Hamden, CT; partner in Lamb & Hanson of West Haven, CT, 1950s.
3489 H. Lamb With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, NY, 1930.
3490 André Lambert With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3491 Richard Lamberton With Organ Supply Industries, 1980s, voicer.
3492 Frederic LaMontagne Montréal, Québec, Canada, 1928.
3493 Jean-Paul Lamothe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3494 Pierre Lamothe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3495 Lamson Organ Co. Sold products to Page Organ Co. of Lima, OH; established organ shop in Garrett, IN, as Garrett Pipe Organ Co., 1926
3496 Dode Meeks Lamson with Page Organ Co. of Lima, OH, 1924-c. 1930, manager; (established Lamson Organ Co.?); established Liturgical Organ Co.
3497 Lancashire & Turner Moline, Illinois 1873-1879.
3498 John F. Lancashire B. 1844, England, served 7-year apprenticeship in organbuilding in England, with Willis firm in England; partner in Marshall Brothers, Ripon, IL, 1864-67; successor Marshall & Odenbrett, 1867-
3499 Lancashire-Marshall Organ Co. Moline, Illinois 1872-1902
3500 Leon Lancey Maine, 1940s-1960s.
3501 Don Land With Chapel Music of Lithonia, GA, 1994.
3502 Carl J. Landin Boston, Massachusetts, 1906.
3503 Landon Pipe Organs In Temple City, CA, 1967; active in 1986.
3504 Charles J. Landon with Hope-Jones firm of Elmira, NY, 1907-1910, stockholder.
3505 Jervis Landon Born 1875; nephew of Samuel Clemens ('Mark Twain'); wholesale coal dealer in Elmira, NY; with Hope-Jones firm of Elmira, NY, 1980-1910, president, director; died 1952.
3506 Landry & Co. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, c. 1880
3507 Landry & Son Active in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, 1877.
3508 Charles Alva Lane Alliance, OH, 1898-1930.
3509 E.W. Lane Waltham, Massachusetts, 1890's and 1910-1920.
3510 James P. Lane With W. Zimmer & Son of Charlotte, NC, 1988
3511 Jim Lane With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1985; active in 1989.
3512 Norman Lane Denver, Colorado from 1970s
3513 Robert L. Lange Tacoma, Washington, 1988.
3514 Camille Langelier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1947.
3515 Denis Langelier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1951.
3516 Hercule Langelier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1902.
3517 William Austin Paul Steff Langston Woburn, England, 1931.
3518 Mark Allen Lanoue Troy, New York, 1986.
3519 Albert Laperle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
3520 Jeannine Laperle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
3521 Laurent Laperle St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953.
3522 Marcel Laperle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3523 Réjean Laperle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3524 Charles C. Lapham With Los Angeles Art Organ Co. of Los Angeles, CA, 1903, assistant treasurer.
3525 Stanislas Lapierre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
3526 Jean-Marc Laplante With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3527 Léothaire Laplante With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3528 Paul Laplante With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
3529 Arthur Lapointe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3530 Jean-Guy Lapointe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3531 Napoléon Lapointe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1902.
3532 J. E. Laporte With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1919.
3533 André (Laramée) Laramee With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3534 Michael (Laramée) Laramee With Wolff firm of Laval, PQ, Canada, 1989.
3535 Benoit Larivière With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3536 Euclide Larivière With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1919.
3537 Gérald Larivière With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
3538 J. Larkin New York City, New York, 1914.
3539 Jacques Laroche With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3540 Paul-Emile Larocque With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3541 Aimé Larose With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3542 Martin D. Larsen With J. F. Nordlie Co. of Sioux Falls, SD, 1988.
3543 Larson Pipe Organs Brian larson; Kansas from 1980s
3544 Carl Larson Born in Sweden; with George Hutchings firm of MA; with Ernest M. Skinner firm of Dorchester, MA, 1914, died Feb. 1953
3545 P. Larubly With Labagh & Kemp of New York CIty, NY, 1873.
3546 Larry Lasater With Quimby firm of Warrensburg, MO; active with firm 1990.
3547 Latham Water Motor Co. Succeeded Climax Water Motor firm; makers of water motors in Chicago, IL, 1892-1893.
3548 Hollis Latimer In Hurst, TX; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3549 Herman Latour With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1946.
3550 C. Latulippe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3551 Rolland Latulippe With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3552 Lauck Pipe Organ Co. Kalamazoo and Otsego, Michigan from 1975
3553 James Lauck Established Lauck Pipe Organ Co. of Kalamazoo, MI, 1975.
3554 Joseph [Lower] Lauer Chicago, Illinois, 1864-70.
3555 Alan M. Laufman Harrisville, NH, from 1961; directed Organ Clearing House
3556 Arthur Laurence With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1890, with firm 1905.
3557 Edmond Lauzon With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3558 Wilfrid Lavallée St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1917, in New York City, NY, 1924-1956; d. 1985
3559 Phillip Lavin New York City, NY, 1979
3560 Harry Law San Francisco, CA, 1928
3561 Irving Lawless / Lawless & Associates Lake Ridge, Virginia from 1960s.
3562 William F. Laws Beverly, Massachusetts ca. 1950-1980s
3563 William W. Laws Beverly, Massachusetts ca. 1921-ca. 1950
3564 Dewey W. Layton Indiana and Colorado, 1950s-1972.
3565 Stella [Mrs. John Bufalini] Lazzaroni With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, 1925-69
3566 Le Droit & O'Brien Milwaukee, WI, 1858-60
3567 Edward Charles [Ledroit] Le Droit Boston, 1850?-1858; Milwaukee, WI, 1858-60; in Philadelphia, PA, 1860s
3568 John Leach Lawrence, KS, 1987
3569 Albert Leadbitter Bloomfield, NJ, c. 1904; in Detroit, MI, 1906
3570 Henry A. Leaman New York City, NY, by 1835 until c 1875; own firm 1850-1853
3571 Leather Supply House South Bend, IN, 1995
3572 George H. Leathurby See Lethurby, George H.
3573 Leathurby-Smith Alternate form of 'Lethurby-Smith'
3574 Josiah Leavitt Massachusetts, 1744-1804
3575 Leblanc Amédée With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3576 J. Alex. Leboeuf With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3577 Alphonse Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3578 Charles-Ed. Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3579 Ernest Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
3580 J. R. Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3581 Jean-Guy Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3582 Jean-Paul Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
3583 Paul Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3584 Robert Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3585 Roland Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
3586 Rosaire Leclerc With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3587 Alexis Lecomte With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1905.
3588 Georg Lederer Active in Cincinnati, OH, 1900.
3589 Germain Ledoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3590 Gérard Ledoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1946.
3591 J. E. Ledoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
3592 Joseph Ledoux with Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada.
3593 Raphaël Ledoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
3594 Serge Ledoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada; early 1960s
3595 Lee Organs Knoxville, Tennessee from 1970s
3596 J. E. Lee, Jr. Knoxville, TN, from 1967
3597 Joseph Lee With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1910.
3598 John Leek Organ Co. Ohio from 1970s.
3599 Leet Organ Co. Crawford, New Jersey 1940s
3600 Leslie N. Leet Boston, MA, 1917-1923; Cranford, NJ; d. 1949
3601 Alexandre Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3602 Ambroise Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1946.
3603 Donat Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3604 Emery Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1917.
3605 Evangéliste Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1910.
3606 Fernand Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3607 Robert Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3608 V. Lefebvre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3609 Lionel Lefrançois With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
3610 Jean-Marie Legault With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3611 Legge Organ Co. Succeeded William F. Legge Organ Co.; Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, 1963.
3612 C. F. David Legge Woodstock, ON, Canada, in 1963
3613 C. Franklin Legge Organ Co. Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1915-1948
3614 William F. (Organ Co.) Legge Toronto, ON, Canada, 1919; established firm in Woodstock, ON, Canada, c. 1949; firm acquired by C. F. David Legge as the Legge Organ Co., 1963
3615 Lehigh Organ Co. Established 1963 in Macungie, PA; active in 1989
3616 Roscoe E. Lehman Hagerstown, Maryland, 1938.
3617 William H. Lehman Des Moines, IA, 1892
3618 Carl Lehnert Boston, Massachusetts, 1871.
3619 Dennis M. Leight Tenants Harbor, ME, 1963
3620 Dwight W. Leighton Organ Service Yarmouth, Maine 1950s-1980s.
3621 (___) Leitsinger Brattleboro, VT, 1904-1924.
3622 Laval Lemaire With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3623 Napoléon Lemaire With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1954.
3624 Marc-Henri Lemay With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3625 Monique Lemay With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3626 Gilbert Lemieux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1947-49
3627 Gérard Lemieux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3628 Paul Lemieux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3629 Paul-Emile Lemieux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3630 Julian Lemire In Syracuse, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3631 François-Xavier Lemoine With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada; died 1904.
3632 Bernard Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3633 Denis Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3634 Denyse Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
3635 Félix Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3636 Gaston Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3637 Gilles Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943
3638 Hervé Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1927.
3639 Jean-Paul Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1948.
3640 Jeannine Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3641 Mariette Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1940.
3642 Monique Lemonde St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950
3643 Roger Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1942.
3644 Yvette Lemonde With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3645 Nancy Lennard Visser-Rowland firm of Houston, TX, 1987
3646 Benjamin F. Lenoir Philadelphia, PA, 1901-1920's
3647 Jean E. Lent Lyndhurst, Virginia, 1989–at least 1992.
3648 Robert G. Lent (Organ Service) Shenandoah organ Studio, Lyndhurst, Virginia from 1989
3649 Charles Leonard With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1985; active in 1989.
3650 Laurence W. Leonard Laconia, NH, 1980s
3651 William R. Leonard In El Monte, CA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3652 Narcisse Lepage With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3653 T. J. Lepkoske With Hope-Jones firm of Elmira, NY, 1908
3654 Jon Leppo With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1989
3655 Leslie Organ Co. Active in Leslie, MI, c. 1980s.
3656 Robert Leslie Representative of Austin firm of Hartford, CT, in Concord, NH, 1986.
3657 Stephen Leslie Huntsville, AL, 1972-74; Schantz of Orville, OH, 1975-83; with Newton Pipe Organ Services of San Jose, CA, from 1983
3658 Jean-Guy Lessard With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3659 Ludger Lessard With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1899.
3660 R. E. Letcher With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, in Pittsburgh, PA, c. 1926
3661 Andrée Letendre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3662 Huguette Letendre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3663 Lucienne Letendre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1952.
3664 Léo Letendre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1936.
3665 Philibert Letendre With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1921.
3666 Steve Lethert Mineapolis, Minnesota
3667 Alp. Lethiecq With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1911.
3668 Arthur Lethiecq With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1911.
3669 Evariste Lethiecq With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1914.
3670 Jean-Guy Lethiecq With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3671 Clarence Lethurby San Francisco, CA, 1930s-1940s, spelling alternate 'Leathurby'
3672 George H. Lethurby San Francisco, CA, 1920s-1941
3673 Lethurby-Smith Organ Alameda, California 1920s. Alternate spelling: 'Leathurby-Smith'
3674 Arthur Letiecq With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1930.
3675 Fernand Létourneau St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada from 1974.
3676 Germain Létourneau St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1938
3677 Irenée Létourneau With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
3678 Jean-Baptiste Létourneau With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1950.
3679 Jean-Paul Létourneau St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1946-1990s, reed voicer;
3680 Sylvain Létourneau St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1987, voicer.
3681 Gabriel (Lévesque) Levesque With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3682 Henry T. Levi Sangerfield, NY, by 1850; with Johnson & Son of Westfield, MA, 1859
3683 David Alexander Levine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1986–1990.
3684 Alexander Levinson With C. S. Haskell firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1901
3685 Matthew Levsen Buffalo, IA, from 1991
3686 Levsen Organ Co. (Rodney Levsen Sr.) Cincinnati, Ohio, 1955–1966; Davenport, Iowa, 1966–1980; Buffalo, Iowa, from 1980.
3687 Rodney Levsen, Jr. Buffalo, IA from 1980s?
3688 Lewis Makers of water motors, 1880s.
3689 Lewis & Hitchcock, Inc. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia from 1915.
3690 Lewis Organ Co. Active in Council Bluffs, IA, 1986.
3691 Donald L. (Pipe Organs) Lewis Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1970s.
3692 Ed Lewis in Omaha, NE, early 1960s.
3693 H. Lewis With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
3694 Homer Lewis, Jr. Hagerstown, Maryland, 1942-at least 1989.
3695 J. Lewis With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912
3696 Jerry Wayne Lewis With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989-1995+.
3697 Kim Lewis associated with Rodgers firm, woodcarver
3698 Maria Lewis With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1989
3699 Simon Lewis With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, 1989
3700 Theodore Cecil Lewis With E. M. Skinner of Boston, 1914, voicer; partner with William Hitchcock in Lewis & Hitchcock of Washington, DC, 1916; retired c.1968; d. 1973
3701 W. F. Libbey Operated service firm in ME, 1940.
3702 A. Libbin With various organ firms, 20 years; with Marr & Colton firm of Warsaw, NY, 1926
3703 Liberty Organ Percussions Brand name of the Kohler-Liebich firm of Chicago, IL, 1920s.
3704 Kenneth B. Licht In Chittenden, VT; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3705 Eugene Licome With Hope-Jones of Elmira, NY, c.1908, manager of firm's office in New York CityY; with Wurlitzer of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912; with Kimball of Chicago, IL, in New York City, 1916.
3706 John Liebel Erie, Pennsylvania, c.1924–1939.
3707 A. O. Liebich With Kohler-Liebich Co. of Chicago, IL, 1939
3708 Otto H. Liebich Partner with John B. Kohler in Kohler-Liebich Co., organ percussions, of Chicago, IL, 1910
3709 Life Style Organ Co. Active in Aurora, IL, c. 1980s.
3710 Fred Light Active in Queens, New York City, NY, 1927.
3711 James G. Light With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, Long Island, NY, 1920; active in Queens, New York City, NY, 1927
3712 Melvin J. Light Ann Arbor, MI, 1959-198
3713 Ray James Lilley Birmingham, AL (prior to 1912); with M. P. Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1912; d. 1933
3714 Lima Pipe Organ Co. Lima, Ohio from 1934
3715 George T. Limacher With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1930s.
3716 (___) Limbrecht German; active in Preston {now Cambridge}, Canada, c. 1849.
3717 Lincoln Organ Co. Active in Lincoln, NE; listed 1939-1940;
3718 Joseph Lincourt With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3719 Marcel Lincourt With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3720 Marcel Lincourt With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3721 Christoph W. Linde with von Beckerath, Hamburg, Germany, 1957-60; with Karl Wilhelm of Canada, 1971; with Moller, Hagerstown, MD, 1976-80; with Johannes Klais, Bonn, West Germany, c. 1982; active in 1990
3722 William Linden Active in Chicago, IL, 1918, service.
3723 Thomas W. Linder With W. Zimmer & Son of Charlotte, NC, 1988
3724 (___) Lindsay With Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA, c. 1910.
3725 H. W. Lindsely in Albany, NY, 1915; with Barnes & Buhl Organ Co. of Utica, NY, 1917
3726 Henry M. Lindsey In Laurel, MS; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3727 Edmund Linhares With Skinner firm of Boston, MA, 1921
3728 Frank Linhares With Skinner firm of Boston, MA, by 1912; active in 1921
3729 John A. Linhares With Skinner firm of Boston, MA, by 1912; with Steere firm of Springfield, MA, 1921.
3730 John E. Linhares from c.1900 - with Jesse Woodberry, Boston, MA; with James Cole, MA; with Hutchings-Votey, Boston; with Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c 1908; with Skinner firm, Boston.
3731 Link Piano and Organ Co. Binghamton, NY, 1916-1929
3732 Edwin Albert Link, Jr. Born 1904; son of Edwin Link, Sr.; brother of George T. Link; with father's firm of Link Piano Co. of Binghamton, NY; died 1981 in FL
3733 Edwin Link, Sr. Receiver of the bankrupt Automatic Musical Co. of Binghamton, NY, 1910; renamed firm Link Piano Co., 1916; retired 1920s
3734 George T. Link Son of Edwin Link, Sr.; with father's firm of Link Piano Co. of Binghamton, NY, general manager, 1920s.
3735 Nick Link With Roosevelt firm of New York City, NY, 1872.
3736 W. Link With Hall, Labagh & Co. of New York City, NY, 1870.
3737 Ken List Buffalo, NY, 1962; Erie, PA, 1975; Hillsboro, OR 1990
3738 Michael A. Liston With Steiner-Reck firm of Louisville, KY, 1986.
3739 Charles Litherland With Holtkamp Organ Co. of Cleveland, OH, foreman, 1982.
3740 Frederick B. Little Chicago, Illinois 1917–1919.
3741 Mark W. Lively & Co. Cincinnati, Ohio from 1988.
3742 John Lizzi With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, foreman of physical plant; active in 1994.
3743 Albert E. Lloyd British; with Hope-Jones Electric Organ Co. Birkenhead, England; with Hope-Jones Organ, Elmira, NY, c.1908; with Wurlitzer, North Tonawanda, NY; with Wicks of Highland, IL, 1913
3744 F. J. Lloyd In New Hyde Park, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3745 John Lloyd Jr. Red Bank, New Jersey, 1892.
3746 Steven Lloyd With Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, KS, 1987.
3747 (___) Lobdeil With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912.
3748 Isidor Locherer Born ca. 1820 in Germany; active in Baden before immigration to unknown location in U. S., 1845
3749 George B. Lockhart Representative of the Welte firm of NY in Chicago, IL; representative of the Aeolian-Votey firm of Garwood, NJ, in Philadelphia, PA, 1928.
3750 Louis S. Lockwood North Tonawanda, New York, 1917.
3751 Agnes Lodes With Wicks Organ Co. of Highland, IL, c. 1946; active in 1989.
3752 Anthony Lodes With Kilgen Associates of St. Louis, MO, 1943.
3753 Joseph Lodes With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915
3754 Kathryn Lodes With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915
3755 Johann Jacob Loesch Born 1760; in NC, organbuilder; teacher, 1789; died 1821.
3756 Carl Loeser Plainfield, New Jersey 1980s.
3757 Rolland Loiselle With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3758 Edward C. Lombard Meriden, Connecticut, 1896.
3759 Gilbert Lombardozzi With Organ Supply Industries of Erie, PA, 1980s
3760 (___) Long With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, over 20 years, 1924.
3761 Richard Long Born c. 1837 in ME; active in Westfield, MA by 1860.
3762 Arthur D. Longmore With W. W. Kimball; in Seattle 1910s-30s
3763 William H. Longmore Cleveland, Ohio (1970s) and Lakeland, Florida (1980s)
3764 Charles I. D. Looff Brooklyn, New York, 1904.
3765 Frank B. Look With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1898-1907, president.
3766 Edward E. Loomis With Hope-Jones firm of Elmira, NY, 1907-1910, stockholder.
3767 Marvin Loomis Born c. 1837 in MA; active in Westfield, MA by 1860; with Johnson firm of Westfield, MA c. 1888
3768 Loper Pipe Organ Service Duncanville, Texas
3769 Kimberlee Lopez With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, administrative assistant; active in 1994.
3770 Frank J. Lord Active in Philadelphia, PA, area, c. 1930
3771 Gérard Lord With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1953.
3772 George Washington Loree New York. early 1900s with several firms, died 1921
3773 (___) Lorenz Active in St. Paul, MN, 1886.
3774 Joseph Lorenz Cincinnati, OH, c. 1868-c.1879
3775 J. Lorie Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3776 Michael Loris Mansfield, Ohio 1963; Barre, Vermont 1978-81.
3777 Los Angeles Art Organ Co. Los Angeles, California, 1903–1905, relocated to Hoboken, New Jersey, as Art Organ Co., 1905, then Electrolian Organ Co., 1906
3778 Charles Seibert Losh Hagerstown, Maryland; New York City, 1909-1918; Merrick, New York, 1920ndash;1931; Highland, Illinois, 1931.
3779 George Losh New York City, 1912; Hagerstown Maryland; in W. W. I; Merrick, Long Island, New York, 1920-
3780 James Lothrop Born c. 1801 in MA; active in Cambridge, MA by 1850.
3781 James Louder, Inc. Montré, Québec, Canada from 2000
3782 Louis Duerck & Brother Active in Bronx {New York City}, NY, 1922.
3783 Louis F. Mohr & Co. Established by Louis F. Mohr, Sr. in Bronx, NY, 1899, as service firm; '& Co.' adopted when brothers Edward H. and Walter M. Mohr joined firm, 1909; branch shop in Elizabeth, NJ, by 1910; firm
3784 Louis IX Pipe Organs Partnership of William R. Memmott and Steven G. Gamble in St. Louis, MO, 1970-1983.
3785 Elek Louis New York City, New York, 1918–1922.
3786 Louisville Organ & Orchestrion Co. Succeeded August Prante's Sons of Louisville, KY, 1905; last listed 1911.
3787 Louisville Pipe Organ Co. Louisville, Kentucky 1924-28; Terre Haute, Indiana 1928-1930.
3788 Henry M. Love Utica, New York, 1911.
3789 J. O. Love In Pensacola, FL; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3790 Luther D. Lovekin With Welte firm of NY, 1919, stockholder.
3791 William H. Loveland Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1922–1946
3792 Ebenezer Lovell Active in Newark, NJ, c. 1861.
3793 John Lowe immigrated to the U.S., (1801?); active in Philadelphia, PA; until 1813; succeeded by Thomas S. Hall
3794 Oliver Lowe Established Oliver Organ Co. of Berkeley, CA, 1927; retired c. 1942; succeeded by Schoenstein firm of San Francisco, CA.
3795 George Lowell With William H. Davis firm of New York City, NY, c. 1865.
3796 W. B. Lowry With Hall Organ Co. of New Haven, CT, 1914, director.
3797 Thorndike Luard epresentative of the Aeolian-Votey firm of Garwood, NJ, in Boston, MA, 1928.
3798 Edward Luberoff Brother of Louis Luberoff; with Musical Research Products of Philadelphia, PA, 1935.
3799 Louis Luberoff With Henry Pilcher's Son, Louisville, KY; M. P. Möller rep. in Philadelphia, 1916; with Musical Research Products, Philadelphia, 1935; with successor Vox Organo dept of Möller, Hagerstown, M
3800 Ernest Lucas, Jr. Active in Belmore, NY, 1962; active c. 1980s.
3801 Harold H. Lucas Sr., Organ Builder New York and Chicago, 1940s-1980
3802 George Luckenbach Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1877.
3803 James Ludden Active in Enfield, NH, 1974.
3804 W. W. Lufkin Nephew of Wallace W. Kimball; with W. W. Kimball of Chicago, IL, 50 years, director, general superintendent; president, 1936.
3805 Richard C. Luiken With R. Stewart Traquair firm of East Orange, NJ, 1936.
3806 Luley & Associates, Inc. McMurray, Pennsylvania 1980s -- 2008; Pittsburgh, Pennsylania from 2008
3807 Barry Lund (Pipe Organ Works) St. Peter, MN, 1970s; Dawson, MN; active 1990.
3808 Charles Lund Serviceman; died in fall from organ 4 May 1917
3809 Andrew Lundsgaard With Dobson Organ Co. of Lake City, IA, 1987.
3810 Alfred E. Lunsford Knoxville, Tennessee, 1938-1946; Orrville, Ohio, 1946-1991.
3811 Richard Lurth Organ Co. Mankato, Minnesota by 1973
3812 Kevin Lush With Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville, KY, 1982.
3813 Edward E. Lushbaugh Hagerstown, Maryland, c.1954–1983.
3814 Aimé Lusignan With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
3815 Georges-Henri Lusignan With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
3816 Alphonse Lussier With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3817 Delveni Lussier With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1955.
3818 Charles Joseph Luttinger Active in Utica, NY; died Oct. 1917
3819 Paul Lutz ith Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, 1970s
3820 Lye Organ Co. Toronto, ON, Canada, c. 1935-44; Scarborough, ON, Canada, 1944-52 (Ceased operation)
3821 Arthur H. Lye Son of Edward Roome Lye, with father's firm of Toronto, ON, Canada.
3822 Edward J. Lye Son of Edward Roome Lye; with father's firm of Toronto, ON, Canada.
3823 Edward Roome Lye in Toronto, ON, Canada by late 1840s; organbuilder; established Edward Lye & Sons of Toronto, ON, Canada, 1864; died 1919
3824 Herbert H. Lye with Lye & Sons in Toronto, ON, Canada, late 1800s
3825 Murray Lye with Lye Organ Co. of Canada
3826 Norman Lye with Lye Organ Co. of Canada
3827 Walter L. Lye in Toronto, ON, Canada.
3828 William Lye Born 1911, Lye Organ Co. of Canada; operated service firm; active in 1980.
3829 Leonard W. Lyman Born c. 1827 in NY; active in Utica, NY, by 1870
3830 Mayme Lynch Highland, IL, c. 1915
3831 R. J. Lynch Partner in American Master Organ Co. of New York City, NY, 1914.
3832 Thomas Lynette With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
3833 Deane Lynn With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989.
3834 Lyon & Healy Chicago, Illinois, 1864–1977.
3835 George Washburn Lyon with Henry Tolman & Co. of Boston, MA; partner with Patrick J. Healy in Lyon & Healy {then a music store} of Chicago, IL, 1864; retired 1889;
3836 I. H. Lyons Representative of the Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, in southwestern U.S., 1918.
3837 Paul Lytle With Gene Bedient firm of Lincoln, NE, 1989
3838 Robert T. Lytle With Welte-Mignon firm of NY, 1928, incorporator
3839 M. A. Clark & Sons Nyack, New York ca. 1898; succeeded by Clark & Fenton, 1923; reestablished and active ca. 1932-1945.
3840 M. P. Möller Hagerstown, Maryland, 1880–1992.
3841 Max Maag Schwamendingen, Switzerland, 1928.
3842 Maas Organ Co. Los Angeles, California 1922 through 1930s
3843 Louis Maas North Tonawanda, NY,before 1913; San Francisco, CA, 1914; established Maas Organ Co. of Los Angeles, CA, 1922; discontinued organ production, became Maas-Rowe Electromusic Corp., 1947; retired
3844 (___) Mack With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, over 20 years, 1924.
3845 George Mack With the Roosevelt firm of New York City, NY; established pipemaking firm in Bloomfield, NJ, with son, 1893; relocated to Coburn Organ Co. shop in Chicago, IL, 1900
3846 Gottlieb Mack Son of George Mack; with father in pipemaking firm in Bloomfield, NJ; relocated to Coburn Organ Co. shop in Chicago, IL, 1900.
3847 J. Mack With Thomas Appleton firm of Boston, MA, 1835.
3848 MacKay & Co. [Franklin Musical Warehouse] Boston, Massachusetts 1815-1820
3849 George C. Macker Active in New York City, NY, c. 1900
3850 Bernard Mackin Wilmington, Delaware, 1883.
3851 Baxter MacKinnon Born in St. Louis, MO, c. 1919; active in Natick, MA, service; died 16 Jan. 1980
3852 Marlin Mackley Organ Service St. Louis, Missouri 1979-1989
3853 MacPherson Co. Active in Indianapolis, IN, c. 1980s.
3854 H. W. [McSpadden?] MacSpadden With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912, installer.
3855 Bruce Madden Partner with Bynum Petty in Petty-Madden firm of Hopewell, NJ, 1977.
3856 James V. Madden With Estey Organ Co. of Brattleboro, VT; with Schantz Organ Co. of Orrville, OH, 1955; active in 1985.
3857 (___) (Ludger?) Madore With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada; with Canadian Pipe Organ Co., 1912.
3858 Ludger Madore With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1892, with firm 1905.
3859 Jonathon Maedche With Schudi firm of Garland, TX, by 1985; active in 1989.
3860 C. Maerten With Artizan Factories of North Tonawanda, NY.
3861 Dana Maerz With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915
3862 Joe Magedanz With Gene Bedient firm of Lincoln, NE, 1989,
3863 Magnetic Organ Action Co. Active in St. Louis, MO, 1928.
3864 Benjamin S. Mague Born 1948 in Machias, ME; with Andover Organ Co. of Lawrence, MA, 1985, vice president.
3865 Joseph R. Mahon In Lakewood, OH; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s; with Hemry firm of Cleveland, OH, 1980s.
3866 Robert F. Mahon In Boulder, CO; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3867 Charles Maier New York City, New York, by 1899– c.1912.
3868 F. Maier Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
3869 Jacob Maier With Lewis C. Harrison firm of Bloomfield, NJ, 1900s.
3870 Stefan Maier Worcester, Massachusetts from 1993
3871 Martin Maigren With Lewis C. Harrison firm of Bloomfield, NJ, 1900s.
3872 Jean-François Mailhot St. Hyacinthe
3873 Denis Mailiot With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1956.
3874 Judwiga Majewski With Austin firm of Hartford, CT, 1994
3875 E. C. Malarkey Basic, Virginia, 1917–1926.
3876 (___) [?] Maldonado Puebla, Mexico, (c. 1700?)
3877 Stephen Malionek With C. B. Fisk firm of Gloucester, MA, by 1989-1995+.
3878 Edward J. Mallon, Sr. With Andover Organ Co. of Lawrence, MA, 1982.
3879 Ole G. Malmquest Illinois 1904-1924, with several firms
3880 Jean Malo With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3881 Joseph A. Malotte With Wurlitzer of North Tonawanda, NY, in Cincinnati, OH, assistant manager; representative of Page Organ Co. of Lima, OH, 1924.
3882 Mandeville & Riley New York City, NY; listed 1865/1866 only; succeeded by James Mandeville firm
3883 James M. Mandeville New York City, NY, 1865/1866; operated own firm thereafter
3884 William Mandeville New York City, NY, c. 1860-c. 1900
3885 Mangam Organ Co., Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
3886 Alfred Mangler Providence, RI; before 1921
3887 Harold F. Mangler with Wilson-Bolan Organ Co. of Providence [1880s-1921]
3888 Joseph Manley In Galion, OH; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3889 William D. Manley Stockbridge, Georgia 1980s.
3890 Mann & Trupiano New York, New York from 1972
3891 Henry Mann Richmond, VA, technician; in Mann & Trupiano of New York City, NY, with Lawrence Trupiano, 1972-1992; retired to Trufant MI. 1992, d. 2007
3892 Craig Manor with Lauck Pipe Organ Co. of Kalamazoo, MI, 1980;
3893 Mansfield Organ Pipe Co. Succeeded McCollum Brothers of Hartford, CT; established in Mansfield Depot, CT, 1871; active in 1932.
3894 John Mantel New York City, 1890; partner with Jacob Scultetus in Scultetus & Mantel of New York City, NY, 1898
3895 Samuel R. Manton Active in Detroit 1852-1856.
3896 Manville Organ Co. Active in Baltimore, MD by 1899; last listed 1904
3897 Howard Maple with Visser-Rowland Associates of Houston, TX, 1981-1987
3898 Mapleville Organ Supply Co. Active in Mapleville, MD, 1939, organ supplies.
3899 Henri-Paul Maranda With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1903.
3900 Roger Maranda With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3901 René Marceau Portland, Oregon from 1981.
3902 (___) March British; father of Archibald March; immigrated to the U.S. c. 1906; pipemaker; died 1962.
3903 A. D. March With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1910.
3904 Archibald March B. 1895 in London, England; immigrated to the U.S., c.1906; d. 1966
3905 Paul Marchesano Columbia, Pennsylvania, from Nov., 1987.
3906 Joseph Marchessault St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1946.
3907 Archie Marchi Active in Newburgh, NY, 1977; partner with Joseph Corkedale in A. & J. Pipe & Reed Organ Service of Newburgh, NY, 1979.
3908 Georges Marcoux With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1926.
3909 Horace Marden With George H. Ryder firm of Reading, MA, foreman; with George S. Hutchings firm of Boston, MA, c. 1892.
3910 Arthur Margeson Active in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1902.
3911 E. G. Marin Acquired Thomas H. Knollin firm of Syracuse, NY, 1912, pedalboards for pianos; intended to build pipe organs.
3912 Michael Marion With Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis. With Charles Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, 1939.
3913 Georg(e) (& Son) Mark Born 1842 in Germany; with Roosevelt firm in New York City, 1883-93; own business in Bloomfield, NJ, 1893;
3914 Robert A. Markham Waco, Texas 1980s
3915 Carl J. Markhus With Bennett firm {Rock Island Organ Co.} of Rock Island, IL, 1927
3916 Edward Markison With George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO, in New York City, NY, 1928.
3917 Clifford F. Marklove Utica, New York, c.1878–1893.
3918 John Gale Marklove Utica, New York ca. 1858-1891
3919 John M. Markoe North Caudwell, NJ, 1940s-1975
3920 Arthur Hudson Marks Dorchester, MA, 1919-32; Boston, 1932-39
3921 Ralph Marquart With Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD, purchasing agent; died c. 1975
3922 Marquette Piano Co. Active in Chicago, IL; listed 1916; Cremona theater (reed or pipe?) organs.
3923 Marr & Collins Co. Weston Mills, New York, 1947–1951.
3924 Marr & Colton Warsaw, New York, 1915-1932.
3925 David Marr Boston, 1905; Pacific coast 1907–1910; Warsaw, New York, 1915–1947; d. 1951.
3926 Francis G. Marrett Detroit, Michigan, 1855-1856
3927 Kevin C. Marrin St. Cloud, MN area, 1970s-1980s; in Cold Spring, MN, 1985.
3928 L. B. Marsh Worked for Thomas Stoddart, Waupun, WI, c. 1874.
3929 Marshall & Odenbrett Succeeded Marshall Brothers, Ripon, WI, 1867; relocated to Milwaukee, WI, 1870; Marshall Brothers firm resumed thereafter
3930 Marshall Brothers & Clarke Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1872-74.
3931 Marshall Brothers Organ Co. Ripon, Wisconsin 1864; Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1870-1872 and 1876-1877.
3932 David H. Marshall Plano, TX, 1982-89
3933 Douglas B. Marshall B. 1893 in Milwaukee; son of Octavius Marshall, brother of George D., Newton C., and O. Alison Marshall; with father in Moline, IL; with brother in Kansas City, KS; d. 1919
3934 Frank H. Marshall Cleveland, OH; with Welte-Mignon firm of NY, 1929
3935 George Marshall Marshall Brothers of WI, 1865
3936 George D. Marshall Son of Octavius Marshall, Kansas City, MO, 1919
3937 Newton C. Marshall Son of Octavius Marshall, with family firm in Kansas City, MO, c. 1919?
3938 O. Alison Marshall Son of Octavius Marshall, Kansas City, MO, 1919
3939 Octavius Marshall B. 1840, England; in U.S., 1860; partner in Marshall Brothers Organ Co. of Ripon, WI, 1864-1867; with various successor firms until 1911; d. 1918
3940 Marshall-Bennett Co. Rock Island, Illinois 1902-08.
3941 Newman R. Marshman New York City, New York, 1882.
3942 Anthony Marsico With Knowlton firm of Davidson, NC, 1992
3943 Victor M. Marsilio with Austin Organs of Hartford, CT; with Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville, KY; active in Youngstown, OH, 1989.
3944 Henry H. Marston Active in South Braintree, MA, 1922.
3945 Gilles Martel With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1949.
3946 Godefroy Martel Active in Canada, 19th century.
3947 Louis Martel With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, 1949
3948 (___) Martin San Francisco, CA, ca. 1950
3949 A. Perry Martin Cousin of Ernest M. Skinner; with Hutchings firm of Boston, MA, 1904-14, became superintendent; with Ernest M. Skinner, chief draftsman and engineer; retired 1948; d. 1949
3950 Adrien Martin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1944.
3951 Jed Martin -- With Gene Bedient firm of Lincoln, NE, 1989
3952 John Martin With Hendrickson firm of St. Peter, MN, 1970s.
3953 Omer Martin With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3954 Paul F. Martin Active in Mansfield, ON, Canada, 1985-1992.
3955 Margaret Martino With Austin firm of Hartford, CT 1994
3956 Charles Martz Born 14 Feb. 1947; with Carey Organ Co. of Troy, NY, 1976-1982.
3957 Robert Maruska With Kilgen Organ Co. of St. Louis, MO, c. 1941.
3958 Robert F. Marvel Active in Wappinger Falls, NY, 1981-1987, service.
3959 Maryland Church Organ Co. Baltimore, Maryland ca. 1900
3960 Maryland Organ Co. Active in Baltimore, MD, 1894-c. 1902; acquired by C. Louis Miller, 1900.
3961 Caesar Maserati Born in Italy; had barrel organ firm in New York City, NY; partner with Andrew Antoniazzi in B. A. B. Organ Co.
3962 Mason City Organ Co. Active in Richmond, VA, 1914.
3963 Edward Mason In Lakewood, OH; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3964 Leroy C. Mason, Jr. In Vernon, CT; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
3965 Mason-Carlson Organ Service Farmington, CT, c. 1980s
3966 Napoléon (Massé) Masse With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1945.
3967 Marcel Massicotte With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1943.
3968 Master Organ & Piano Co. Active in Philadelphia, PA, 1921, service; H. S. Farger and V. Van Wyk.
3969 Alfred Mathers (Church Organ Co.) Acquired Grimm firm of Cincinnati in 1908; established Mathers & Co. and Alfred Mathers Church Organ Co.; firm last listed 1929
3970 Richard Mathers With Alfred Mathers Church Organ Co. of Cincinnati, OH, 1923, head of firm.
3971 Armand Mathieu With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1947.
3972 Jacques Mathieu With Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, c. 1951.
3973 Henry W. Matlack with Lyon & Healy, Chicago, 1903, with firm in Battle Creek, MI; in Kalamazoo, MI, 1907; with Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO, 1908; professor at Grinnell College, 1909; d. 1936
3974 Charles-Henri Matte St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
3975 Justin Matters Rapid City, South Dakota from 1980s
3976 Mark V. Matters ith Justin Matters firm of St. Paul, MN, and Rapid City, SD; active with firm 1991.
3977 Matthews Church Organ Co. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1911.
3978 R. P. (Joe) Matthews St. Paul, MN, 1912; with Photoplayer Co. in Philadelphia, with firm in New York City, 1916
3979 Thomas Matthews Tulsa, OK, 1974
3980 George Maucher With C. S. Haskell firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1901
3981 Henry Maucher With C. S. Haskell firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1901, apprentice
3982 Robert Mauger With Patrick J. Murphy & Assoc. of Stowe, PA, from Oct. 1990
3983 Pierre Maurice St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada; died 1897.
3984 Benoit Mauro Brooklyn, New York, 1928.
3985 Harry Page Maus Established Page Organ Co. of Defiance, OH, by 1923.
3986 Henry Mauth With Hinners firm of Pekin, IL, 1904.
3987 W. G. Maxcy A founding partner of the Bartola Musical Instrument Co. {Barton Organs} of Oshkosh, WI, c. 1909
3988 Maxcy-Barton Organ Co. Chicago, Illinois 1929-1935; Successor to Bartola Musical Instrument Co.
3989 Maxfield & Harris Los Angeles, California, 1897-1898.
3990 George L. Maxfield Los Angeles, California, 1897-1898.
3991 Maxim & Welch Active in New York City, NY, 1870s; makers of gas engines for organs.
3992 Lawrence May With Kilgen Organ Co. of St. Louis, MO, c. 1941.
3993 Reuben May Active in New York City, NY, second half 19th century.
3994 Ken Mayberry With Balcom & Vaughan of Seattle, WA, 1978, superintendent.
3995 Paul A. Maye With James McFarland firm of Millersville, PA, 1974-1986
3996 Philip Maye With Robert Maye firm of Orrville, OH, 1982.
3997 Robert Maye Orrville, OH, 1982
3998 Mayer & Ulbricht St. Louis, MO, 1867
3999 Fred Mayer San Francisco, California, c.1906.
4000 Frederick T. Mayer West Point, New York, 1923.
4001 H. Mayer Location unknown, likely Maryland or eastern Pennsylvania, 1855.
4002 Henry Mayer St. Louis, MO, 1859-1881
4003 Henry Mayer Champaign, IL, by 1991
4004 Joseph Severin Mayer German by birth; San Francisco, California from 1860
4005 George E. Mayhew Hagerstown, Maryland; St. Louis, Missouri, 1926.
4006 Mayland Chimes Succeeded R. H. Mayland's Son, name being acquired by I. T. Verdin of Cincinnati, OH, 1977
4007 Mayland Co. Established by Rowland H. Mayland in Brooklyn, NY, 1868?; active in Lakeville, CT, 1982, chimes
4008 Rowland H. Mayland Organ chime and percussion firm in Brooklyn, NY, 1868; active in 1914; firm succeeded by R. H. Mayland's Son.
4009 Irving E. Maynard With E. & G. G. Hook of Boston, MA, 1871.
4010 Rollande Maynard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949.
4011 Max L. Mayse with Reuter firm of Lawrence, KS, 1985, tonal director; active in 1989
4012 William R. McArthur in Chicago, IL, sales representative of Lyon & Healy, Bennett Organs, Photoplayer; died 20 Mar. 1920
4013 Louis McCaffrey St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956.
4014 David M. McCain Orlando, Florida, c. 1990.
4015 James McCamley Council Bluffs, Iowa, c.1980s.
4016 G. M. McCandless May have been Kilgen employee in 1932
4017 Randall J. McCarty Museum of History & Industry of Seattle, WA, curator of musical instruments, 1980s
4018 John McClellan In Wichita, KS; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
4019 Kevin McClure with Charles Ruggles firm of Olmstead Falls, OH, 1980s.
4020 Sibley McClure Staunton, Virginia, 1985.
4021 McCollum & Smith New Haven, Connecticut 1860s.
4022 McCollum Brothers Hartford, CT, 1841; succeeded by Mansfield Organ Co. of Mansfield Depot, CT, 1871
4023 Erastus S. McCollum Hartford, CT, 1841- after 1852, organs; Mansfield Depot, CT, 1871
4024 Fenelon C. McCollum Mansfield Depot, Connecticut, 1898.
4025 James F. McConnell Wirtz, Virginia, 1989.
4026 Thomas L. McCook, Jr. Widener & Co. of Atlanta, GA, c. 1968; active in 1989
4027 John R. McCormack with Wanamaker Department Store of Philadelphia, PA, 1943
4028 James J. McCourt Covington, KY, 1918
4029 Russell W. McCoy Terre Haute, IN 1980s
4030 A. E. McCracken Asheville, North Carolina, 1960s.
4031 John McCraith San Francisco, CA, c. 1860s
4032 B. L. McCrary (Pipe Organ Service) Oklahoma City, OK, 1982;
4033 Mark L. McCrary Oklahoma City, OK
4034 B. C. McDonald With George Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, MO.
4035 Gavin McDonough East Burke, Vermont, 1978.
4036 J. B. Francis McDowell Purchased organ pipes from Jerome B. Meyer firm, 1927.
4037 James M. McEvers Co. Bloomington, Illinois, from 1969.
4038 James R. McFarland & Co. Selinsgrove and Millersville, Pennsylvania from 1969
4039 Robert McGarth 1927 in Andover, MA.
4040 J.H. McGaw Organ Co. Green Bay, Wisconsin, until 1960.
4041 Douglas McGee Milwaukee, WI, (1980s?)
4042 Lee McGinnis In Alta, IA, 1950s, serviceman; retired 1989.
4043 James Co. McGreece Active in 1912; piano and organ hardware.
4044 James McGregor With Ferdinand T. E. Rassman firm of Philadelphia, PA, 1960s.
4045 Robert McIndoe Wells River, Vermont, c.1832.
4046 Thomas (McIntyre) McIntire Boston, Massachusetts, 1822–1855.
4047 Thomas [McIntyre] McIntire Born c. 1820 in NH; active in Cambridge, MA, by 1850.
4048 John A. McIntosh Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1902.
4049 William McIntosh Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1902.
4050 Samuel McIntyre Salem, Massachusetts, c. 1780.
4051 Thomas McIntyre Detroit, Michigan, 1855–1857
4052 C. R. McKay Succeeded father in J. R. McKay & Son of Elmira, NY, 1917; with Beman Organ Co. of Binghamton, NY; with Austin firm of Hartford, CT; with M. P. Moller firm of Hagerstown, MD.
4053 J. R. (& Son) McKay with Steere & Turner of MA; with Reuben Midmer of NY; with Austin firm of Hartford, CT; with Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY; established J. R. McKay & Son of Elmira, NY
4054 Stephen McKersie Active in St. Louis, MO, 1989.
4055 A. McKillips Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by 1899; last listed 1902.
4056 H. E. McKittrick Active in Toledo, OH, 1942.
4057 Jason McKown Malden, Massachusetts ca. 1981
4058 Kenneth McLaren Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, c. 1961
4059 Walter F. McLaughlin With Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, 23 years; with Midmer-Losh of Merrick, Long Island, NY, 1926.
4060 James F. McMahel Oxford, Ohio, 1875.
4061 Patrick McMahon With Hope-Jones firm of Elmira, NY, 1908
4062 Charles W. McManis Co. Kansas City, Kansas 1938-85; Walnut Creek, California, by 1989.
4063 Charlotte McManis Wife of Charles McManis, mother of Philip L. McManis; with husband in McManis firm of Kansas City, KS (1938-1985?)
4064 Philip L. McManis Born 1949, son of Charles and Charlotte W. McManis; with McManis organ firm of Kansas City, KS
4065 David C. McMillan Millersville, Pennsylvania, c.1976&ndash1990.
4066 William King McMillen Minneapolis, MN, 1929
4067 Edward A. McMurtry Chicago, Illinois 1919.
4068 Paul E. McNamara Dixon, IL, 1982; active in 1989.
4069 F. McNaughton With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
4070 McNeely Organ Co. Waterford, Connecticut, 1970s-1980s.
4071 McNeil & Campbell Lompoc, California ca. 1980-1986.
4072 Michael McNeil (Pipe Organs) Lompoc, CA, by 1980-1986; active in Lompoc, CA, 1988
4073 Charles W. McQuigg With Murray Harris Organ Co. of Los Angeles, 1903; representative of Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, in Los Angeles, and LA, 1909
4074 H. W. [MacSpadden?] McSpadden Active in NY; died 1918
4075 John Meacham, Jr. Hartford, Connecticut, c.1808–1810; Albany, New York, 1810.
4076 Mead & Warren Brief partnership of George W. Mead and Samuel Warren in Montréal, Canada, 1837.
4077 George W. Mead Montréal, Canada, 1837
4078 Gilbert Mead Elmhurst, Illinois
4079 John Meads Jr. Albany, New York, 1839?
4080 John Meads, Sr. Albany, New York, by 1839.
4081 Clinton B. Meadway Active in CA, 1962-1963
4082 Stephen Meals Superior, WI, 1984
4083 Inc. Mechanical Systems Active in Lubbock, TX, c. 1980s.
4084 Charles Mecking With Midmer firm of Merrick, NY; died Oct. 1920
4085 Charles Meeking Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
4086 Ernest L. Mehaffey Organist; representative of Estey firm of Brattleboro, VT, in Columbus, OH, 1927, in New York City, NY, 1930
4087 Frank Mehle With Jaeckel firm of Duluth, MN, 1987.
4088 Friedrich A. Mehmel Stralsund, Prussia, Germany, 1880.
4089 John A. Mehrl Installer for Wangerin firm of Milwaukee, WI, before 1940; active in Dubuque, IA, early 1960s
4090 Charles Meier Haverhill, Iowa, 1922.
4091 Meisel & Sullivan Los Angeles, CA area, 1920s-1930s.
4092 John S. Melchers Operated Organ Rebuilding & Equipment Co. of Brooklyn, NY; died Apr. 1936.
4093 Fred W. Meller with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1920.
4094 James F. [Dr.] Mellichamp Representative of Walcker firm of Germany in Demorest, GA, 1988.
4095 C.J. (William?) Mellor Co. New Castle, Pennsylvania, c.1980s.
4096 Meloni & Farrier Brooklyn, New York 1990s.
4097 Anthony R. Meloni & Co. New York from 1980s.
4098 Robert Meloni With Mann & Trupiano of Brooklyn, NY.
4099 Melrose & Wigton Detroit, Michigan, 1977.
4100 David C. Melrose Detroit, Michigan, 1977; West Springfield, Massachusetts, after 1977.
4101 William R. Memmott Partner with Steven G. Gamble in Louis IX Pipe Organs of St. Louis, MO, 1970-1983.
4102 Georges (Ménard) Menard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943.
4103 Léon (Ménard) Menard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
4104 Marc (Ménard) Menard St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1946.
4105 F. J. Mengler With Hope-Jones Organ Co. of Elmira, NY, c. 1908
4106 James Mercer St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
4107 William Henry Mercer St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
4108 Benjamin R. Merchant Syracuse, NY, 1989.
4109 Brian Merchant With International Organ Leathers, 1988
4110 Jacob Merkle Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, PA, 1759.
4111 William L. Merrin Fredericktown, Ohio, 1882–1882.
4112 (___) Merrwagen Boston, Massachusetts, 1898?
4113 Mesa Organ Sales Mesa, Arizona, c.1980s.
4114 Albert Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1943
4115 Gaston Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953
4116 Gilles Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942.
4117 Hormidas Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1927
4118 Isidore Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942
4119 J. Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955
4120 Jacqueline Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1956
4121 Jean-Guy Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949
4122 Lionel Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955
4123 Maurice Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955
4124 Ovila Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1948
4125 Pauline Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1949
4126 Rodolphe Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
4127 Roger Messier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1950.
4128 Jack Messner New York City, NY, 1928.
4129 Armand (Méthot) Methot St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
4130 Réjeanne (Méthot) Methot St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
4131 Methuen Organ Co. Succeeded James E. Treat & Co.; Methuen, MA; active, 1898-c. 1911.
4132 Metro Organ Maintenance Livonia, MI, c. 1980s
4133 Rose Mettler With Wicks firm of Highland, IL, c. 1915,
4134 Christof Metz Active in St. Louis, MO, 1860.
4135 Ferdinand Metz With William Metz of St. Louis, MO, 1859,
4136 Wilhelm [William] Metz St. Louis, MO, by 1848; succeeded by Johann G. Pfeffer, 1864.
4137 Marcellus R. Metzger With Moline Pipe Organ Co. of Moline, IL, 1879-1891, secretary-treasurer.
4138 Fred H. Meunier (Co.) Denver, CO in 1921-1960;
4139 Laurent Meunier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1942
4140 Roméo Meunier St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1953
4141 Emil Meurling B. 1872 in Sweden; immigrated to U.S., age 10; in Reynolds, IL, magnetmaker; d. 1929.
4142 Anders Meyer Son of Gordon Meyer; with family firm of Jerome B. Meyer & Sons of Milwaukee, WI, vice president, 1986
4143 Anna Mary (Mamie W.) Meyer Wife of Jerome B. Meyer; partner in Jerome B. Meyer & Sons of Milwaukee, WI, 1925, president, 1949; d. 1955
4144 Charles T. Meyer, Jr. With family firm of Jerome B. Meyer & Sons of Milwaukee, WI, 1946, vice president; d. 1973
4145 Charles T. Meyer, Sr. With family firm, Jerome B. Meyer & Sons, Milwaukee, WI 1906-35; with Skinner firm of Boston, 1935-37; with Wicks firm of Highland, IL, 1937-40; returned to Meyer firm, 1940-84, head of firm,
4146 D. Meyer Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
4147 Daniel Meyer In Alexandria, VA; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
4148 Frank Antoine Meyer B. 1858, France; with Rinckenbach, Alsace 1874; with Walcker, Germany; to U.S., c.1880; with Barckhoff, Salem, OH; c. 1909; with Kimball, Chicago, 1912, retired 1929; d. 1938
4149 Franklin M. Meyer Milwaukee, Wisconsin, c.1964–1974.
4150 Gordon Lee Meyer Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1986–at least 1989.
4151 Jerome B. Meyer B. 1872, France; Salem, Ohio, 1890; Chicago, 1897-1908; 1908-09 in Battle Creek, MI; Milwaukee, WI, 1909; Slinger, Wisconsin, 1922-26; d. 1949
4152 Jesse Raymond Meyer Son of Jerome B. Meyer; violinist, 1922.
4153 Mamie W. Meyer See Meyer, Anna Mary
4154 Mias & Birkmaier Boston, MA, until 1926; Mias continued service business in Belmont, MA
4155 Emile Mias Father of Paul Mias; with Cavaille-Coll of Paris, France; active with son in Cambridge, MA, 1912
4156 Paul F. C. Mias Cambridge, MA, 1912
4157 M. Michaelek Active in Queens {New York City}, NY, 1927
4158 Yves Michaud St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1945.
4159 George T. Michel B. 1874 in Germany; in Chicago, IL, 1889; with W. W. Kimball firm of Chicago, IL, 1895, head voicer, 1920; d. 1948
4160 H. Michel with Artcraft firm of Santa Monica, CA, 1923, stockholder.
4161 Carlton C. Michell English by birth; with Hutchings, Cole & Woodberry, Jardine, Austin 1890-1904; returned to England.
4162 Michigan Organ Co. Grand Rapids, MI 1935?-19__?
4163 Stanislav Michnievitch Los Angeles, California, 1928.
4164 Réal Michon St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1955.
4165 E. T. III Mickey Hartland ME, 1983-1991
4166 Mid-States Pipe Organ Co. Kansas City, Missouri from 1980s
4167 Mid-West Organ Supply In Alton, IL, 1921; active in 1926
4168 R. L. Middlekauff Active in Staunton, VA, 1912.
4169 Arthur Middleton With Dobson firm of Lake City, IA, 1987
4170 David L. Midkiff Representative of Greenwood Organ Co. of Charlotte, NC, in Huntington, WV, 1986.
4171 Reed Midmer, Jr. Son of Reed Midmer, Sr.; with father's firm of Reuben Midmer & Son, director, 1918
4172 Reed Midmer, Sr. New York City, New York, C.1875; Merrick, New York, 1915.
4173 Reuben Midmer New York City NY, c.1840-1860; Brooklyn, New York 1860-1888
4174 W. Midmer Member of the Journeymen Church Organ Builders' Association, 1898.
4175 Midmer-Light Long Island, NY, c. 1918; one of two successor firms to Reuben Midmer & Son; active in 1976, service
4176 Midmer-Losh Merrick, New York from 1924.
4177 Midwest Organ Omaha, Nebraska 1980s
4178 Midwest Organ Service Alton, Illinois, 192–unknown date; Granite City, Illinois, from unknown date after 1921–at least 1960.
4179 J. William Mignault In Baldwinsville, NY; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
4180 Jacques Mignot St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944
4181 Herbert S. Mikesell Richmond, Virginia, 1928.
4182 Edsel E. Mikkola In Robbinsdale, MN; purchased organ supplies, c. 1980s.
4183 Roger H. Miles Partner with G. Edgar Gress in Gress-Miles firm of Princeton, NJ, 1959; active in 1989
4184 Alexis Milette St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1903.
4185 (___) [Milicizky?] Milicinky With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912
4186 Milicizky [Milicinky?] See Milisinky
4187 M. H. Millard Active in Atlanta, c. 1937; rep. of Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA; rep. of Kimball firm of Chicago.; rep. of Kilgen firm of St. Louis, MO.
4188 Miller Organ Co. Cleveland, Ohio ca. 1939
4189 Miller Organ Co. [A. B. & A. H. Miller] Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1873–1920s.
4190 Miller Organ Service Redkey, IN, c. 1980s
4191 Miller Organ Service Operated by George Miller; active Riverwoods, IL, c. 1980s.
4192 Miller Pipe Organ Co. / Miller Organ Service, LLC Louisville, Kentucky, 1972-2013; succeeded by Miller Organ Service, LLC, 2013.
4193 (___) Miller With Wurlitzer firm of North Tonawanda, NY, 1912
4194 Abraham H. Miller Lebanon, Pennsylvania 1880s
4195 Adam B. Miller Lebanon, PA c.1900
4196 Allen R. Miller Glastonbury, Connecticut from 1980s
4197 Bruce Miller Morristown, NY 1980s
4198 C. Louis Miller with Roosevelt branch shop in Baltimore, 1886; with Roosevelt firm in New York City; in Cleveland, OH; in Baltimore; acquired Maryland Organ Co. of Baltimore, MD, c. 1900-1902
4199 Charles L. Miller Built organ for Charlotte, NC, c. 1960.
4200 F. W. Miller With American Photo-Player firm of New York City, NY, before 1918.
4201 Frederick Miller Born c. 1809 in Germany; with Henry Erben firm of New York City, NY, 1850.
4202 Frederick C. Miller With Steere & Turner of Westfield, MA, 1871
4203 George Miller Dunwoody, Georgia from 1970s
4204 J. J. Miller Organist; representative of Raynor firm of Port Jefferson, NY, in Norfolk, VA.
4205 Jack Miller With Möller firm of Hagerstown, MD
4206 Jack K. Miller With Reisner firm of Hagerstown, MD, 1982
4207 James E. Miller with Hillgreen, Lane & Co. of Alliance, OH; partner with David Skinner in Miller-Skinner Organ Co. of Bourbonnais, then Manteno, IL, 1969-1972; established Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville,
4208 Richard A. Miller With E. H. Holloway firm of Indianapolis, IN, 1985; with Quimby firm of Warrensburg, MO, 1986, vice-president; active with firm 1990
4209 Robert L. Miller With Kilgen
4210 Robert R. Miller Organist; representative of Tellers Organ Co. of Erie, PA, 1956-1974; active in Dallas, TX, 1956, consultant; died 5 Apr. 1989
4211 Ronald Miller Representative of Casavant firm of St. Hyacinthe, PQ, Canada, in (NY?), 1983.
4212 Steve Miller With William D. Miller firm of Cleveland, MO, 1988.
4213 Steven Miller With Miller Pipe Organ Co. of Louisville, KY, 1988.
4214 Steven D. Miller Calgary, Alberta, Canada from 1980s
4215 Taylor K. Miller Active in York, PA, 1988; active in 1989.
4216 Thomas C. Miller & Associates Active in Milwaukee, WI, c. 1980s.
4217