St. Paul, Minnesota, 1970s to at least 2017.
Markham, Ontario, Canada. Created 1990 by the merger of Artisan Organ Ltd. and The Classic Organ Company Ltd. (1976). Designs, builds, and sells electronic components for classical organs.
French Builder, most of whose work is in Japan. His sons Matthieu and Boris have taken over and relocated to Japan, where they are actively building and maintaining.
Son of G. C. Klop, builds mechanical action organs with wood pipes, including continuo organs, chamber organs, and small church organs.
German born, 1690; Dresden, before 1733; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1733; New York City, 1737; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1747-1748; Nazareth, 1748-1762.
Troy, New York, from 1977. Business assets absorbed by Church Organ Sales, Inc. Delmar, NY in late 2018, and operates under that name as of January 1, 2021
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1878-1882; Salem, Ohio 1882-1895; Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 1897; Pomeroy, Ohio, 1900-1913; Basic, Virginia, 1913-1917.
Lewtak Pipe Organ Builders, Inc. is a firm born in 2001 in the central New York area (Camillus, New York). The business moved to Mocksville, NC in 2011.
3 Generations of the Fabry family starting with Gustav F.C. Fabry, then David J. Fabry, then David Gustav Fabry.
Middletown, Ohio, 1973-1975; Charleston, West Virginia, 1977-1981; Staunton, Virginia, 1981-2005; Tacoma, Washington 2005-present.
England, since 1828; American subsidiary in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1986.
Born 1963, Watertown, Wisconsin; with Hammes-Foxe Organs, Inc. of Butler, Iowa, 1982-1983; with Dobson Pipe Organ Builders of Lake City, Iowa, from 1984; owner and president, 2020– .