Boston, Massachusetts, 1936 - 2010
Noted for the restoration and maintenance of organs by E. & G. G. Hook, Hook & Hastings, and others of that style.
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
Makers of mechanical band organs, military band organs and fairground organs. Waldkirch, Germany
Columbia, Pennsylvania, from Nov., 1987 to March 1993; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1993 - present.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1878-1882; Salem, Ohio 1882-1895; Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 1897; Pomeroy, Ohio, 1900-1913; Basic, Virginia, 1913-1917.
An original employees of the Schlicker Organ Co., was for many years an organ instructor at SUNY Fredonia, becoming Dean of the Music Department in 1973, and Dean of the School of Fine Arts in 1975.
Reuter Organ Company 1957 - 1971 Voicer & Tonal finisher; Representative Reuter Organ Co. in Texas 1971 - 1988. Tyler, Texas, 1988-1989. Voicer & tonal finisher 1988 - present at Reuter factory.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1895-1921. The shop was located at 1827 South 11th Street in Philadelphia, adjacent to St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery.
He worked as a church organist and managed projects installing and re-building pipe organs at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Marble Falls and Central Presbyterian Church in Waco.
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.
Cincinnati, Ohio; Robert S. Read, Director; collaborated with Baldwin to build hybrid organs and probably other projects, 1982-1997.