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William H. Ivers established his piano company in 1872 in Boston, Massachusetts. He then partnered
with Handel Pond in 1880, establishing the Ivers & Pond Piano Co. The factory was located in
Cambridge, Massachusetts with offices in Boston. Like other renown piano makers in the Boston area at
the time, Ivers & Pond was no exception, building high quality pianos with great attention to detail both
aesthetically and functionally as an instrument. Ivers & Pond also controlled the Henry F. Miller Piano
Co. of Boston, and made Poole pianos. They became part of the Winter & Co. piano company in 1945
and were eventually taken over by the Aeolian Corp. of New York in 1959 with production continuing in
Memphis, Tennessee. Aeolian went out of business and the last recorded serial number under their
ownership was dated in 1983. In 2001, Gibson Guitars acquired the Ivers & Pond name when they
purchased the Baldwin Piano Co.

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