Albert Theodore Strauch (1866 - 1933)

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Nicknames: "Al"
Birthplace: New York City, New York
Death: Died in New York City, New York
Occupation: PIano construction
Managed by: Stillman Foote Westbrook III
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About Albert Theodore Strauch

He was raised into the piano action business by his father, and they ran it with his brother. Albert was primarily responsible for sales and marketing. The company was called "Strauch Brothers Piano Actions" and made the inside components of a piano, but not the cabinet. He sold the business to Sears in 1928. My great grandmother always blamed the decline of the business on the rise in the price of ivory after World War I.

They were married at 342 W. 33rd Street and later lived at 25 W. 94th St. (1912) in New York City, and 106 Bella Vista St. in Tuckahoe, New York. They also had a home at Woodbury, Connecticut which she inherited from her step-parents, Dr. Z. Swift Webb and Katherine Barclay Webb. It was in this house that my grandmother was born in 1895. It was sold at auction during the depression, along with much of its contents. They were members of the Fourth Presbyterian Church at New York City.

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Albert Theodore Strauch's Timeline

April 2, 1866
New York City, New York
June 16, 1892
Age 26
New York City, New York
May 10, 1893
Age 27
New York City, New York
August 18, 1895
Age 29
Woodbury, Connecticut
June 19, 1933
Age 67
New York City, New York
June, 1933
Age 67
New York City, New York