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Hamilton Organ Company

Hamilton Organ

This is just about all the information that’s survived the passing of time on the Hamilton Organ Company.

In 1889 they were located on 85-89 West 14th Place, Chicago, IL. In 1899 the company was sold to D.H. Baldwin & Co. who made the "Monarch" organ. They discontinued organ production probably in 1913.

Serial numbers:
1889 - 1000 1907 - 57149 1908 – 62748 1890 - 2090 1899 – 26000 1909 – 65574 1891 - 4010 1900 - 31000 1910 – 67181 1892 - 6300 1901 - 34000 1911 -68773 1893 - 8000 1902 - 37000 1912 - 70388
1894 - 11000 1903 - 40000 1913 – 71722 1895 - 14000 1904 - 40001
1896 - 17000 1905 – 45931 1897 - 20000 1906 – 50382 1898 - 23000

Baldwin Organ Company

158 West Fourth St. in 1862; later 142-144 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, OH. Established in 1862 as a music dealer, eventually operating a chain of music stores. Reorganized as D.H. Baldwin & Co. in 1873, in 1889 acquired the Hamilton Organ Co. Incorporated 1892 with Lucien Wulsin, president; D.H. Baldwin, vice-president; G.W. Armstrong, secretary. Later also made the Monarch organs, Baldwin, Valley Gem and Ellington pianos. Bought out Minshall-Estey and produced that organ for a time. See Hamilton Organ Co.

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