The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 874

Builder Identification

See Mervin G. Brown, (Builder ID 7405)

Additional Notes

  • Editors' Note:

    Misspelling of Mervin G. Brown, see Mervin G. Brown (Builder ID 7405).

    The OHS PC Database contained a note, derived from an erroneous entry in A Guide to North America Organ Builders, rev. ed., by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1997). The primary source for the entry was the 1982 and 1989 membership directories of the American Institute of Organbuilders (AIO) in which the name is spelled correctly.

     

  • / / / / Archived Note / / / /

    The following note is from a previous version of this entry; it has been superseded by the note above, which contains new information or corrects errors or inaccuracies.

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

    In Salt Lake City, Utah, 1982; active in 1989.

    Sources:

    • American Institute of Organbuilders (AIO): membership rolls 1982, 1989.
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Database Entries

There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Melvin G. Brown.


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