Louisville, Kentucky, 1884–1944.
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The Overview contains:
From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1991). -
Established [as H. Pilcher & Sons] by Henry Pilcher [II] and sons Henry W. and William E. Pilcher in Louisville, Kentucky, 1874; renamed Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1884; incorporated 1925; acquired by M. P. Möller firm of Hagerstown, Maryland, 1944.
Staff: Louis F. Adams; Thomas P. Archer; Joseph Brown; Jack Carr; Augustus F. Clark; Robert F. Crone; James Day; Charles Dietz; (Alfred G. Ellniger?); S. H. Fargher; Adolph Fressmegger; Donald C. Gilley; Will Guenther; John A. Gunter; Edward C. Haury; Henry Haury; William I. Hitchcock; Herbert E. Kinsley; Sylvester E. Kohler; Louis Luberoff; O. G. Malmquist; George Marshall; Ira L. Moser; John V. Pilcher; Paul B. Pilcher; Robert E. Pilcher; Raymond Price; Adolph C. Reuter; Benjamin F. Sperbeck; Anthony Spevere; Harjung Tchakarian; Robert Wilson; David Woodall; John Wright.