New Haven, Connecticut; from 1973.
Succeeded Aubrey Thompson-Allen of New Haven, Connecticut; active in 1988.
Staff: Nicholas Thompson-Allen.
Joseph Dzeda was an assistant to Aubrey Thompson-Allen. After Thompson-Allen retired in 1973, his son Nicholas, and Joseph F. Dzeda, continued the firm, A. Thompson-Allen Company, which specializes in preserving and restoring instruments of the Skinner and Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company. They have restored fifteen such instruments, in addition to several others by other builders of electropneumatic actions.
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