Updated by Adam James, listing conversations with this person as the source of the information: Steve Dickson.
From what I was told by Mr. Steve Dickson, the current caretaker of this beautiful instrument, this Odenbrett and Abler op.1881 is the only working one in existence. Although this organ is old, it plays loud and proud!
Updated through online information from David Bohn. -- Blanchard electrified the originally tubular pneumatic pedal action, and built new chests for the three pedal ranks.
Updated through online information from Connor Annable.
Updated through online information from Don Daley.
Updated through online information from William M. Worden. -- Restored by Homer Blanchard c. 1960-65; tubular pedal action was dependent on a huge thin channelboard and was considered hopeless; replaced with electric action to pedal stops only.
On-line update from David W. Morris -- Organ is in wonderful condition and is used regularly for Weddings and funerals and other liturgies that are held in the chapel (former church). Was used regularly for all liturgical events until new, larger church was built a few years ago to be used for weekend liturgies and events requiring larger seating accomodations.
Status Note: There 1963