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.
3 Generations of the Fabry family starting with Gustav F.C. Fabry, then David J. Fabry, then David Gustav Fabry.
Taylor & Boody Organbuilder's Staunton, VA 1983-1989
C. B. Fisk Gloucester, MA 1989-1991
Taylor& Boody Organbuilder's Staunton, VA 1992
Goulding & Wood Inc. Indianapolis, IN 1993-1997
Warren, Pennsylvania, 1875; Greencastle, Pennsylvania, 1877; Hagerstown, Maryland, 1880-1992.
Middletown, Ohio, 1973-1975; Charleston, West Virginia, 1977-1981; Staunton, Virginia, 1981-2005; Tacoma, Washington 2005-present.
Toronto, Ontario; active circa 1948-1960, assuming the service contracts from the C. Franklin Legge Organ Co., Toronto.
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– .