The Estey Organ
A Virtual Museum

Estey Factory 

 
For over 100 years, the Estey Organ Company manufactured organs large and small in Brattleboro, VT.
 These included some 520,000 reed organs, 3200 pipe organs, and, at the end, a foray into the
area of electronic organs. Although the company closed its doors in 1960, this site is a tribute
to the vision and achievements of the men and women who dreamed and created
these wonderful instruments.

World's largest reed pipe
The largest (?) reed  pipe in the world

This site is a labor of love to the American pipe organ and all it has meant to
performers and listeners alike.  Please feel free to contact us with additions or corrections
to the materials you find here.  All suggestions are welcome.



Please note: There are hundreds of photographs, which may take time to download. 

Be sure to check out the pages for individual organs on the Opus List.
Updates are added to this site almost daily! 


 Estey 2525 Restoration Website

Video Recording of Estey Phonorium 

 Catalogs, Brochures and Pricelists




 

 

Pipe Organ Opus List
History
Photographs
 Organ Recyling
Advertising Bibliography
Contact Us
Links
Models
Estey's Largest
Brattleboro Esteys
Facade Drawings
Estey Piano Co.
Estey Furniture Co.
Reed Organs
Estey Pipe Organ Symposium Estey City
Credits

Andrew Carnegie and the Organ

Brochures

Player Organ Rolls
Sound Archive Recordings

Estey Patents

 

 
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This is a privately owned website. Visitors are welcome to download
photos and information at will; however, please be kind enough to reference this site
when using this information in print or internet format.


Copyright 2004-2011 Matrix Associates

  

Ellen English playing Estey Opus 2636, Broadway Methodist Church, Indianapolis, IN


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