Updated through online information from Bill Czelusniak. -- This instrument is now certified (by research) to be the oldest surviving Casavant pipe organ in the United States. Contrary to earlier reports, this organ was not lost nor destroyed; it was in the possession of Catholic churches in Woonsocket RI, eventually ending up in, and for sale by, the St. Anne's Arts and Cultural Center in Woonsocket, occupying that closed church. Lacking an immediate home for relocation, the organ was purchased and protected by Mr. S. Parkman Shaw, Jr., of Brookline, Mass., using the advice and services of Messrs. Czelusniak et Dugal, Inc., Northampton, Mass. The instrument was removed from Woonsocket into storage in March 2011. In November 2011, the South Congregational Church in Amherst, Massachusetts voted to purchase, restore, and install this historic tracker in their sanctuary (displacing a 1969, 2m, 15r, Berkshire Organ Co., Inc., West Springfield, Mass., E-P opus).
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Relocated to Our Lady of Victory, R. C., Woonsocket, RI. Replaced by Möller.