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Wrightwood Enterprises, Inc.
717 St. Joseph Drive
St. Joseph, Michigan 49085
Pianos now made by: Dongbei Piano Co.,Yingkou, China
The Everett Piano Co. was established in Boston, Massachusetts in 1883 with Frank A. Lee joining the John
Church Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. Frank A. Lee became president a year later. In 1926 they moved operations to
South Haven, Michigan. Everett also produced Cable Nelson pianos after a take-over in the late 1920s where they
were manufactured in South Haven, Michigan. In 1954 Hammond Organ Co. bought the Everett and Cable Nelson
names and also started building the Hammond Piano. Hammond pianos were discontinued around 1965.
Lyon & Healy pianos were also made by both the Everett and Cable-Nelson piano companies up until the late
1960s. Yamaha acquired the firm in 1973 and continued to manufacture Everett pianos in the South Haven, MI
factory along with their Yamaha pianos made for the USA. In 1986, Yamaha relocated their U.S. piano production
to Thomaston, Georgia, contracting with the Baldwin Piano Co. to continue the manufacture of Everett brand
pianos to Yamaha specifications. Yamaha dropped the Everett line in 1989. Beginning in 1995, pianos bearing the
Everett name were then made by the Dongbei Piano Co. in China and imported by Wrightwood Enterprises.
Essentially the same pianos were also sold under the brand names: Vose & Sons and A.B. Chase.
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