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|Hubbard & Norton was located at 185 Main St., New Britain, CT.|
Frank Miller & Sons started in Warsaw, NY (1838) before moving operations to NYC. The site Glass Bottle Marks summarizes firm history and elaborates on the various glassware associated with the company's distribution and advertising.
Google Books presents us with a sample ad for Frank Miller & Sons:
Mason & Hamlin's success story began with the invention of a twisted reed.
Mason & Hamlin elaborate on their corporate history.
Google Street View captures a recent view of 154 Tremont St., the location of Mason & Hamlin's factory:
Information Booth, Boston Common
|"An 1895 Mason & Hamlin Model 512 reed organ. Displayed above the keyboard are the various medals and awards won by the company at international exhibitions." - jozg44, Wikimedia Commons|
1898 Mason & Hamlin Reed Organ: 3 Manuals and Pedal, performer unknown
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