Updated through online information from David P. Rankin. -- The organ was rebuilt and enlarged in 1988-1990 by the Austin Organ Company with Floyd Higgins in charge.
Updated through online information from Floyd Higgins. -- The rebuild of 1988 was carried out by Austin Organs, Inc. It involved the replacement of some stops and the addition of others, plus a rebuilding of the combination action. This was one of my first projects at Austin Organs. I don't know if further work was done by someone else, but Austin needs to be acknowledged for work which it did in 1988.
Rebuilt 1988 by Lothar M. Karl, Harrisonville, Missouri to 19 stops, 16 ranks (Information from Bob Helling in 1999.) [Manager's note: This information is incorrect: see notes below.]
Information identifying this instrument from the Austin Organs, Inc. web site, accessed December 31, 2004: http://www.austinorgans.com/organ-research.htm.
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