North Wilbraham, Massachusetts 1954-1968; West Springfield, Massachusetts 1968-1989.
Succeeded Western New England Organ Service; established by David W. Cogswell and Richard W. Toelken in North Wilbraham, Massachusetts, 1954; Cogswell became sole owner, 1962; relocated to West Springfield, Massachusetts, 1968; operated Pipecraft, Miracle Organ Co., and Cardinal Organ Co. as subsidiaries; liquidated upon Cogswell's death, 1989.
Staff: Ivan Beckwith; Edgar A. Boadway; David W. Cogswell; Michael Earp; James E. Hammack; Richard Hedgebeth; David C. Melrose; Sean O'Donnell; Thad H. H. Outerbridge; Jan R. Rowland; Jerry E. True; Pieter Visser; David K. Wigton.
Richard Taylor (formerly of Austin) was the factory foreman at the Berkshire Organ Company in West Springfield, Mass., and Michael Fazio serviced organs for Berkshire. The Berkshire company closed, and Taylor formed his own firm, American Classic Organs, with Fazio as his partner. Taylor and Fazio purchased Austin Organs in 2006.
There are 33 entries in the database that describe organs by Berkshire Organ Co., Inc.
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