Updated through online information from Elizabeth Eger. -- The organ at Prince of Peace was originally built in New York City in 1865. Levi U. Stewart built this organ for St. James Episcopal Church in Titusville, Pennsylvania.
In 1896 the organ was enlarged to 15 sets of pipes, and in 1909 it was moved to Trinity Church. The organ was dismantled in 1980 when Trinity Church closed. It was then rebuilt as a new organ incorporating the original pipes with a new mechanical key action.
Status Note: There 1981.
From St. James Episcopal, Titusville, PA; via AME, Titusville, PA. Incorporates parts of L. U. Stuart/Odell #39, 1865; rebuilt by King 1896, 2-15.
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