Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1949.
Active in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1949.
The reference to Stanley Haddon in The Tracker was in the article Old Tracker Organs of the West by Eugene M. Nye. The article describes tracker action organs in western Canada; one of them was the instrument originally built by R. Spurden Rutt of Leyton, England, located in the Marpole United Church in Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Nye states "... in 1949, the entire organ was completely rebuilt by Stanley E. Haddon of Vancouver."
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