Westfield, Massachusetts 1874-1898
From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). -
Established c. 1844 by William A. Johnson in Westfield, Massachusetts; known after 1871 as Johnson Organ Co.; became Johnson & Son, 1874, with William H. Johnson; ceased organ production, 1898; made organ parts until 1907; succeeded by Emmons Howard.
Staff: Henry H. Bartlett; Edward Chaffin; Nicholas Chatelain; Hiram Copley; Wilson Cushman; Tom Dyson; LLewelyn Gladwin; Charles T. Harris; Albert Hedges; Edwin Hedges, Sr.; Edwin Hedges, Jr.; Emmons Howard; Alvin Humaston; George Kendal; Henry T. Levi; Marvin Loomis; Morgan; (Murdock?); Thomas Phelps; William Rice; John Wesley Steere; Adam Stein; Symmes; Edward A. Tilton; James E. Treat; George William Turner; Charles B. Viner, O. D. Walker; Ammi P. Whiton; Charles Willet.