Garwood, New Jersey, 1930; Boston, Massachusetts, 1935. Springfield, Massachusetts, 1932–1978.
With Aeolian in 1930; with Aeolian-Skinner of Boston, MA 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;] Staff: Hayden S. Carter.
* Material enclosed in brackets is not in Fox's Guide to North American Organbuilders, but appears in the Online Database original note. Presumably, the information comes from William Czelusniak. —Ed.
Staff: Hayden S. Carter.
*Sources cited by Fox:
*The merger of Aeolian and Skinner Organ Company is documented in the Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. entry.
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