B. 1889, Germany; apprentice with Johannes Steinmeyer of Germany; with Ernest M. Skinner, Boston; with Hook & Hastings, Kendal Green, MA; partner in Muller & Steinmeyer, Toledo, OH, 1913-20;
Born 16 Aug. 1889, Oettingen, Germany; apprentice with Johannes Steinmeyer of Oettingen, Germany; with Johannes Klais of Bonn, Germany; with Ernest M. Skinner firm of Boston, MA no earlier than 1902; with Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, MA; with Welte & Sons of New York City, NY; partner with H. W. Muller in Muller & Steinmeyer of Toledo, OH, 1913-1920; returned to Germany; with G. F. Steinmeyer of Oettingen, Germany, vice president, head of firm, 1928-1967; died 3 Jan. 1970 in Oettingen, Germany.
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