Reading, Massachusetts, 1847-1924; succeeded by Dennison Organ Pipe Co.
For further information, see: Dennison Organ Pipe Co. (successor company)We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). -
Established by Samuel Pierce in Reading, Massachusetts, 1847; incorporated 1897; wood pipes; acquired Charles W. Griffiths firm of Reading, Massachusetts, 1899; acquired Edwin B. Hedges firm of Westfield, Massachusetts, by merger, 1919; succeeded by Dennison Organ Pipe Co., 1924.
Staff: Charles B. Beaudry; Frederick Bolton, Sr.; James H. Bolton; John H. Corrie; William A. Corrie; William S. Dennison; Warren L. Fletcher; Charles W. Griffiths; Edwin B. Hedges Jr.; Albert L. Jones; Herbert E. Kinsley; Stephen P. Kinsley; Charles H. Moor; Frank W. Moulton; Harrison H. Parker; Thomas R. Todd; Joseph G. Webb; Frederick I. White; Edward Wright.