Updated through online information from Melvin Potts. -- This organ was purchased by David Moore of Nashville and removed from church before installation of the 1968 Austin. Mr. Moore was a college classmate of mine. However, he left Nashville many years ago. I do not believe that he still has the organ.
Updated through online information from Will Dunklin.
Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- The February 1, 1910 issue of The Diapason announces the organ, but lists it as a 3-manual. This might be because of an Echo divison operating on electric action in the rear gallery. The stop action was the Haskell miniature keyboard placed above the Swell keys. The organ was a gift of the women of the church, and was dedicated January 6, 1910 by Mr. William M. Jenkins of 2nd Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, MO. The organ is reported to have had 46 stops.
Identified by James R. Stettner through information from the Estey Opus List, published in The Boston Organ Club newsletter, 1973-1979.