Dedicated Feb 14, 1907. Cost $2000 (also reported a week earlier as $1800).
Updated by Alan Binger Concerning this paragraph: "The restoration appears to have removed two 2' ranks installed (designed by Mudler-Hunter using the original organ blueprints and taking the scale of the stops from a similar instrument that incorporated the 2' register) etc..."
When Mudler did the restoration, the two 2' stops were carefully examined to enable us to find replacements for the original pipework which matched (we ended up using Estey pipework). These 2' stops were clearly marked with factory stampings "Salicional" and "Dulciana" - in fact, we still have some of them sitting in trays. We strongly feel that this paragraph is in error and should be removed.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
Updated through online information from Jeffries Cupp.
The current state of the instrument is fair to good. Presently it is in need of a temperament tuning and the Super Octave coupler was malfunctioning.
The restoration appears to have removed two 2' ranks installed (designed by Mudler-Hunter using the original organ blueprints and taking the scale of the stops from a similar instrument that incorporated the 2' register) and replacing them with the original Dulciana and Salicional in name only as both stops are much louder than the originals; restoring it to the original specification. Also this organ was water powered in another location as it was a temporary organ in another church while Haskell constructed a larger instrument.
Identified through correspondence from Annette Sims.
From Alan Binger: Stop controls are Haskell's Keyboard stops. A Melodia was added ca. 1910 on a tubular-pneumatic chest.