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Wilcox & White Organ Company

Wilcox & White Organ

Unfortunately, this is just about all the information that’s survived the passing of time on the Wilcox & White Co

The company was located in Meriden, CT 1877-1896; name changed to Wilcox & White Co., 1897;

Founded by Horace C. Wilcox, a silver-plate manufacturer, and Henry Kirk White, an experienced reed organ builder, with White's sons James H., Edward H. and Howard. E.H. White was factory superintendent and developed the Angelus player.

The company went bankrupt in 1921 and its assets and name were acquired by Conway Musical Industries, a piano manufacturer, in 1922. Serial numbers were assigned in consecutive order. See White, Henry Kirk.

Serial numbers: 1873 - 18732, 1882 - 11028, 1888 – 32784, 1891 – 44253

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