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Geib & Jackson
The firm of Geib & Jackson was established by William Howe Geib and James Jackson in 1840.  Their workshops were located at 361 Broadway, New York City.  The partnership benefitted from Geib’s family reputation of building fine instruments for generation.  In addition to building pianos, the firm also imported and sold violins, harps, and other musical instruments.  Geib & Jackson continued to operate their dealership until the late 1850’s. The Geib dealership was ultimately purchased by a dealer by the name of Mr. Charles Bettes.

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19th Century Advertisement For Geib & Jackson, New York