Epworth

(SEE ALSO: WILLIAMS PIANO & ORGAN COMPANY) The Epworth piano & organ brand name was built by the William & Sons Piano Company of Chicago. Williams & Son was established in 1855 by J.W. Williams as the J.W. Williams Company, and in 1884 the name was changed to J.W. Williams & Sons. The firm incorporated as the Williams Piano & Organ Company in 1889. They built a large, state-of-the-art factory at Fullerton Avenue in Chicago where both their pianos and reed organs were built. Williams enjoyed a very good reputation for building higher quality, durable instruments. They built pianos and organs under the brand names of Williams & Sons, Epworth, and Pennington. The firm was out of business before the Great Depression.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

Epworth Piano Advertisement Turn-Of-The-Century Advertisements For The "Epworth" Piano By The Williams Piano & Organ Company
Epworth/Williams Organ Advertisements Late 19th Century Advertisements Featuring The "Epworth" Organ By The Williams Piano & Organ Company
Epworth Piano Catalog 1901 Sales Catalog for the Epworth Piano Company, showing models and prices circa 1900.
Epworth Piano Catalog 1910 Sales Catalog for the Epworth Piano Company, showing models and prices circa 1910.

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1898 | Sold