Wangerin Organ Company
The Wangerin Organ Company was a manufacturer of pipe organs based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was also known as the Wangerin-Weickhardt and Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt company. Many of its organs are still played in churches today.
During World War I and World War II, the Wangerin-Weickhardt Company expanded its product line to include wooden airplane parts and other war-related goods.
During the theater organ boom in the 1920s, when the Barton Organ Company of Oshkosh, Wisconsin could not keep up with the production demand, the Wangerin factory stepped in to provide space as a second manufacturing facility.

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I know that the Wangerin Organ Company was in Milwaukee, and also built some organs at one point for one of the theater organ companies.
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