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Weaver Organ Company

Weaver Organ

Unfortunately, this is just about all the information that’s survived the passing of time on the Weaver Co.

Their factory was located on 304 W. Market St. in 1871; 332 W. Market St. in 1882; Walnut & Broad Streets, 1884-1916, York, PA.

Established by J. Oliver Weaver in 1870. Also listed as Weaver Organ & Piano Co. as early as 1885. Officers in 1899: Milton B. Gibson, president; William S. Bond, secretary-treasurer. Factory built in 1882, enlarged in 1891.

This building is still standing, with the Weaver sign faded but visible. Capacity 4,000 organs per year in 1902 and 5,000 per year in 1908. Made the York Cottage Organ. Discontinued reed organs about 1916.

Serial numbers:
1890 - 7238 1896 - 19503 1907 - 52884
1893 - 13799 1898 - 24800 1909 - 63573
1893 - 14942 1900 - 30742 1911 - 63164
1894 - 15542 1906 – 49248

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