Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from William Barger, Barger and Nix. -- Currently being rebuilt in our shop.
From Joseph Mansfield: This organ was extensively reworked in the 90s by a technician who was more into selling add-ons than into reconditioning the existing instrument. He withdrew from the job leaving behind dead notes (due to both mechanism and non-speaking pipes), occasional ciphers, major air leaks. Nevertheless the organ is playable, once you know what to avoid, and is in regular use for weddings, funerals, and three or four masses every weekend.
Essentially new action for an existing Barckhoff organ from the 1880s. See the entry under Barger and Nix.