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In 1900 the Hobart M. Cable piano company was established in La Porte, Indiana by Hobart M. Cable, Hobart M.
Cable Jr. and Howard R. Morenus. Hobart M. Cable previously belonged to the Cable Piano Co. in Chicago with his
brothers Fayette S. and H.D. Cable. Hobart M. Cable manufactured a large quantity and several models of upright
pianos, player pianos and baby grand pianos until the Great Depression of the late 1920s. They later continued to
make smaller spinet, console and baby grand pianos that were in line with consumer demand until about the 1960s.
Their pianos were later manufactured by Story & Clark in Grand Haven, Michigan. The last recorded serial number
pre-Story & Clark was dated in 1965. In 1991, the Classic Player Piano Co. (now QRS Music Technologies Inc. as
of 1993) of Seneca, PA purchased the Story & Clark and Hobart M. Cable names. In 2001, the Sejung Piano Corp.
licensed the name, manufacturing pianos bearing the Hobart M. Cable name in China. By 2012, the Sejung factory
was acquired by Chinese firm, Parsons Music, and by 2013, Hobart M. Cable pianos were being manufactured by
the Nanjing Moutrie Piano Co. in Nanjing, China and distributed by Welkin Sound Inc., of Ontario, California.

By 2016, the Hobart M. Cable name was no longer used.

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