The Cable Piano Company of Chicago was one of the largest and most successful piano manufacturer in American history. The company was established in 1880 by H.D. Cable, who had originally been with the Western Cottage Organ Company (later changed to Chicago Cottage Organ Company).
The Cable Piano Co. was established in 1880 by H.D. Cable. H.D. Cable was originally with the Wolfinger Organ Co., which later changed to the Western Cottage Organ Co. and then to the Chicago Cottage Organ Co. In 1890, H.D. Cable consolidated with Conover Bros. and his two.
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The Cable Piano Company claimed to be "the world's greatest manufacturer of pianos, inner player pianos, and organs." Cable built a factory in 1901 in St. Charles on 3.5 acres west of the Fox River. Cable Piano Company became known not only for its products, but also for its working conditions.