Updated through online information from Paul Butkus. -- The organ is still in its original position but unused and difficult to access since it is behind display cabinets.
Updated through online information from Paul Butkus. -- In researching the architect of the Masonic Temple I came across the dedication edition of the local paper. Meriden Record, Nov 10, 1928 p9-10 which includes descriptions of the Hall (Charles F. Cuno Memorial Organ) and Austin (Arthur E. Miller) memorial organs installed in this building. Newspaper Article states "10 speaking stops ranging in power from the softest Dulciana to the large Diapason with a total of 304 pipes. There are 8 couplers, a balanced swell pedal and crescendo pedal and a great pedal reversible." . . . has a detached console of two manuals and pedals of full modern compass." Dimensions listed as 11'-6" wide x 11'-8" high x 4'-6" deep.
Identified through information in Classified List of Hall Organs, published in 1929 by Hall Organ Co., West Haven, Connecticut.