Chicago, Illinois, and Pittsburg, Kansas, c. 1920, in New York City, New York, 1923.
London, Ontario, Canada 1950s-1960s
Middletown, Ohio, 1980; Staunton, Virginia, since 1980.
No distinguishing information available.
German by birth; Evansville, Indiana ca. 1872-1909
Louisville, Kentucky 1924-28; Terre Haute, Indiana 1928-1930.
active in Buffalo, NY, 1944
Marlborough, Massachusetts, mid 1800s.
Westfield, MA; established Charles Viner & Son of Buffalo, NY, 1888/1889; in San Diego, then Watsonville, CA, 1909;
Listed as builder of c. 1897 organ at St. Michael's R. C., Philadelphia, PA?
One nameplate form used by the Boston firm.
Cincinnati, Ohio, by 1853.
with father in Charles Viner & Son of Buffalo, NY, 1888/1889; active until 1963
Possible alternate nameplate for K.C. Marrin Organ Company.
Lawrence, Kansas, from 1961.
Detroit, Michigan, 1874-1910; 1912-1917.
Baltimore, Maryland, 1837–1843.
Worcester, Massachusetts, c.1870.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, c. 1980s
Established Olympic Organ Builders of Seattle, Washington, ca. 1968
Nuremberg, Germany 1590s.
Fergus, Ontario, Canada, no early than 1979 to no later than 1992.
Active in Vermont, late 1800s
Morrisville, Virginia, 1987.
Northport, Michigan, 1977.
East Cambridge, Massachusetts, c. 1892-1902
New York City, New York, 1824-1827.
St. Louis Falls, Minnesota
Regional Casavant representative, Windsor, Ontario, 1940s
Science teacher, San Lorenzo, California 1950s-2008
Battle Creek, Michigan
York (now Toronto) Canada, 1820-1861.
Alliance, Ohio from 1985.