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Waltham, Massachusetts, 1908-1917.
Classification: Builder

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October 22, 2015:

For further information, see: Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Waltham Church Organ Co..

We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.

October 30, 2004:

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

1) Succeeded Hutchings-Votey firm and Waltham Church Organ Co. {E. W. Lane}; incorporated in Waltham, Massachusetts, 1908; partnership of Emory W. Lane and George S. Hutchings in Waltham, Massachusetts, 1908-1911; firm relocated, 1911, with Lane resuming his own business; closed 1917;

Staff: Henry H. Bartlett; Samuel H. Bartlett; C. A. H. Beaty; Robert J. Bennett; Walter R. Birkmaier, Henry W. Bowen; (Paul T. Bowen?); Richard J. Brooks; Nicholas Chatelain; Putnam Clark; (Edward V. Clark?); Augustus F. Clarke; Walter S. Coburn; Julian Codman; Joseph Cooper; Andrew B. Decourcy; George E. Dresser; Harry A. Dresser; Arpard C. Fazakas; Charles A. Flaherty; Augustus C. Foster; Frederick J. Flaherty; A. Elisha Fowler; Frederick L. Goodman; Charles P. Greenough; Charles W. Griffiths; Charles T. Harris; John H. Harris; Murray M. Harris; William I. Hitchcock; Albert Jones; Henry D. Kimball; F. C. Küpfer; Horace Madden; George E. La Marche; Emory W. Lane; Carl Larson; A. Perry Martin; Carlton C. Mitchell; Charles H. Moor; Leonard D. Morris; Andrew Nicholls; (Gustavus V. Nordstrom?); Alfred Pederson; Roger W. Plaisted; Plummer; (F. W. Pollard?); William B. Rogers; Charles A. Ryder; George Horatio Ryder; Harlan Page Seaver; Ernest M. Skinner; James E. Treat; Harry F. Van Wart; (J. P. Warren?); Frederick I. White; Charles F. Winder; Edward Wright.

NOTE: Some of the aforementioned persons may have been associated with George S. Hutchings & Co. or Hutchings-Votey, rather than with Hutchings Organ Co.

2) Firm of similar name operated by Frederick J. Flaherty in Waltham, Massachusetts, 1926-1932.


  • Boston Organ Club Newsletter: 125:19.
  • The Diapason, November 1917, 1.
  • Elizabeth Towne Schmitt.

We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on September 16, 2019.

Database Specs:

  • 45 Organs
  • 1 Divisions
  • 0 Consoles