The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 1089

Builder Identification

Garwood, New Jersey, 1930; Boston, Massachusetts, 1935. Springfield, Massachusetts, 1932–1978.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). —

    With Aeolian in 1930; with Aeolian-Skinner of Boston, Massachusetts, in 1935. Died mid-1960s. Firm established in Springfield, Massachusetts, 1932; closed 1978; primarily organ maintenance; most accounts acquired by Czelusniak et Dugal of Southampton, Massachusetts.

    Staff: Hayden S. Carter.

     

  • The Online Database’s original note was based on the text of the 1991 edition of David Fox’s Guide to North American Organbuilders. The text of the 1997 edition is reproduced below (with “Massachusetts” instead of the original’s abbreviation “MA”). The sources are the same in both editions.—Ed.]

    With Aeolian firm, 1930; with successor Aeolian-Skinner firm, 1935; established service firm in Springfield, Massachusetts, 1932; died c. 1965; firm continued by Hayden S. Cater [sic] until 1978.

    Staff: Hayden S. Carter.

Database Entries

There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Albert E. Carter [Organ Co.].


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