Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c. 1944.
With Casavant Frères Ltée. firm of Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada, c.1944.*
In the list of Casavant staff members in the revised edition of David Fox’s Guide, page 91, Charpentier’s last name is misspelled “Carpentier,” although he is listed after B. Charbonneau. His last name is Charpentier in Jeanne D’Aigle’s Histoire and in the entry on him in Fox's Guide, page 95. –Ed.
*In her list of Casavant employees up to 1956 (pages 735–60), Jeanne D'Aigle gives the "date d'entrée ou de départ." (hiring or ending date). —Ed.
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