Germany until 1867; Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1867–1871; Columbus, Ohio, 1871?; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1871?–1884.
Born 8 May 1822 in Königlich Park near Botnang, Germany; father-in-law of David Allmendinger; with Walcker firm of Ludwigsburg, Germany, until 1854; with Grüneberg & Son of Stettin, Germany, 1854-1867, superintendent; established G. F. Gaerttner & Son of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1867; sold firm to David Allmendinger, 1871; briefly in Columbus, Ohio; with Derrick & Felgemaker of Erie, Pennsylvania; died 3 Apr. 1884 in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Staff: David Allmendinger; William Schuelke.
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