Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1888-1946.
From the OHS Database Builders Listing editor, November 19, 2016. -
For information on the Haskell bass (method of shortening bass pipes), see William E. Haskell. We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on February 11, 2019.
From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1991). -
Established by Charles S. Haskell with sons Charles E. Haskell and William E. Haskell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1888; William left firm, c. 1900; firm continued by Charles E. after death of Charles S., c. 1903*; firm bankrupt, 1921; acquired by William A. Loveland, with Charles E. Haskell as head until c. 1927; last listed in 1946.
*According to his obituary in The Music Trade Review, June 28, 1905, "he died last Saturday" which would have been June 24, 1905. —Ed.
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