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    CONRAD WILLIAM BREIDENBACH, a prosperous business man and well known citizen of Piqua, Ohio, is a practical piano-forte, pipe and reed organ builder, which business he has followed in that city continuously since his removal there, September 3, 1877.

    Mr. Breidenbach was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1853, and was reared and educated in that city. In early life he worked at carriage making for a time, then for three years was employed in an organ factory. In 1877 he came to Piqua and began work as a practical piano-forte, pipe and reed organ builder, also tuning and repairing instruments. He also makes and remodels violins to order, and has been highly successful in all branches of his business. He has real estate interests in Dayton, where he is also stockholder in a bank.

    July 6, 1880, Mr. Breidenbach was united in marriage with Miss Louise Bertling, who died in 1883 and left a daughter, Helen Louise. In 1891 he formed a second union at Philadelphia with Miss Eliza C. Steller and they have a son, Warren C., who is student in Piqua High School. Fraternally Mr. Breidenbach is a Mason, belonging to the Blue Lodge and Chapter;. also a member of the Order of Elks; the Knights of Pythias, and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

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