A Baumgarten Organ in Manhattan

Lewis, James
October 2010
Tracker: Journal of the Organ Historical Society;Fall2010, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p22
The article offers information on Baumgarten Co., an organ builder founded in 1868. It describes the Baumgarten manufacturing plant which has three floors including one for the office, one for the woodworks, and one for the pipework production. It says that Baumgarten Co. executives include president Ira Merwin, treasurer George S. Lester, and superintendent Moritz Baumgarten. It explores the Baumgarten organ which was purchased by Saint Matthew's German Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1868.


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