Category:Chicago Cottage Organ Company
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- (c.1890) Catalog, Chicago Cottage Organ Company
- "A daylight special train-load of Chicago Cottage Company Products for James Munn, Binghamton, New York". Music Trade Review (1899-10-29): 29. "What th Chicago Tribune says: ..."
- Chicago Cottage Organ (1). Reed Organ Society, Inc.. "Company history: Started in 1879 in Chicago as the Wolfinger Organ Co. by F.R. Wolfinger, John A. Comstock and Herman D. Cable. About 1885 Comstock sold his interest to E.E. Wise, and George W. Tewksbury, both formerly connected with the Western Cottage Organ Co., and the name changed to Chicago Cottage Organ Co. In 1889 Fayette S. and H.M. Cable came into the business, which after H.D. Cable's death in 1899 became The Cable Co. with F.S. Cable as president. A second factory was built in St. Charles, Ill. in 1899."
- (c.1899) Chicago Cottage Organs. (brochure), The Cable Company (formerly Chicago Cottage Organ Co.)
- Chicago Cottage Organ. AntiquePianoShop.com. "The Chicago Cottage Organ & Piano Company was originally established in 1879 as the Wolfinger Organ Company by a group of partners named Wolfinger, Comstock, and Cable. In 1885, the name was changed to Chicago Cottage Organ & Piano Company, and they built pianos and organs until the early 1900s. Shortly after the turn of the 20th Century, the name was changed to The Cable Piano Company, one of the most famous Piano manufacturers in American History."