Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1880–1946.
Established by Charles S. Haskell with sons Charles E. Haskell and William E. Haskell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1888; William left firm, c. 1900; firm continued by Charles E. after death of Charles S., c. 1903*; firm bankrupt, 1921; acquired by William A. Loveland, with Charles E. Haskell as head until c. 1927; last listed in 1946.
*According to his obituary in The Music Trade Review, June 28, 1905, "he died last Saturday" which would have been June 24, 1905. —Ed.Staff: Henry Auch; A. J. Bowers; W. A. Busby; P. J. Cleary; W. H. Courter; Thomas Doyle; Robert Faix; C. B. Floyd; George Graff; Frank Hallas; John H. Hallas; C. T. Harris; J. G. Hutchinson; A. Korbinsky; F. Krimmelbein; Benjamin F. Lenoir; Alexander Levinson; George Maucher; Henry Maucher; G. H. Niles; Robert Pearse; F. W. Putzier; W. Rassman; Frederick Rein; George F. Renwick; John Reiser; Peter Schmidt; August R. Schopp; Robert M. Small; George W. Till; W. J. Timlin; Joseph G. Webb; Edward Wright; John Wright; Charles Zeitler.
For information on the Haskell bass (method of shortening bass pipes), see William E. Haskell.
There are 41 entries in the database that describe organs by C. S. Haskell [Haskell Pipe Organ Manufacturing Co.].
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