The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 3323

Builder Identification

Wrentham, Massachusetts, 1971-1981.

Additional Notes

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

    Partnership of Allen B. Kinzey and Daniel L. Angerstein in Wrentham, Massachusetts, 1971-1981; succeeded by Kinzey's Nicholas-Bradford Organ Co. and Angerstein Associates.

    • Letter to David Fox

  • From the OHS PC Database Builders Listing editor, Mar 7, 2016 -

    Kinzey-Angerstein was a partnership of Allen B. Kinzey and Daniel (Dan) L. Angerstein in Wrentham, Massachusetts, from 1971 until 1981. Both men were with the Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. of Boston, MA prior to its closing. The two established a small firm, building tracker action instruments and servicing and rebuilding electro-pneumatic ones, primarily those built by Aeolian-Skinner. Most of their work was in the New England area, but they worked on Aeolian-Skinner organs around the country. They also built three new instruments in Gainesville, Florida and rebuilt the Schantz organ at the First Presbyterian Church there.1

    After the partnership closed, Kinzey established Nicholas-Bradford Organ Co of Wrentham, MA in conjunction with Joseph N. Deptula, Jr. in 1981.2 Angerstein established Angerstein & Associates of Stoughton, in 1983.3

    1. Conversations with Daniel Angerstein and Allen Kinzey, Gainesville, Florida, summer of 1974.
    2. David Fox, A Guide to North American Organbuilders (OHS 1997 revision). 178, 220.
    3. E-mails with Daniel Angerstein, fall of 2015. 

  • For further information on Allen Kinzey, see:
    Allen B. Kinzey
    Nicholas-Bradford Organ Co

    For further information on Dan Angerstein, see:
    Dan Angerstein
    Angerstein & Associates
    Daniel Angerstein Organ Works

Database Entries

There are 24 entries in the database that describe organs by Kinzey-Angerstein.

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