Worcester Organ Company.

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The Worcester Organ Company was incorporated in 1876 for the manufacture and sale of organs and reed musical instruments. Its six founders and shareholders included Alonzo C. Emmons ( - ), president, and William B. Taber ( - ), treasurer. The business was located at 9 May Street and advertised parlor, cabinet, and church organs for sale. It was apparently disbanded in 1877.

From the description of Business records, 1876-1877. (American Antiquarian Society). WorldCat record id: 191259865

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creatorOf Worcester Organ Company. Business records, 1876-1877. Gadsden Public Library
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associatedWith Baldwin, Christopher Columbus, 1800-1835. person
associatedWith Bancroft, Aaron, 1755-1839. person
associatedWith Emmons, Alonzo C. person
associatedWith Taber, William B. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Massachusetts
Worcester (Mass.)
Subject
Selling--Organs
Organ (Musical instrument)--Manufactures
Selling--Musical instruments
Musical instruments--Manufactures
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Corporate Body

Active 1876

Active 1877

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