Updated through online information from Rian Grimmer. -- Facade pipes were removed in order to facilitate access for tuning, date unknown. The scope of the most recent restoration project by Andover Organ Company, to my knowledge, did not include tonal alteration. (R. Grimmer, March 1, 2015)
Restoration/Renovation of rebuilt E. & G. G. Hook organ, originally in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Installed here by an unknown person or firm in 1924.
Updated through online information from Stephen Rapp. -- I'm guessing that Andover basically did a restoration without alterations. I didn't observe any hand pumping levers, so they might have been removed. If there were front pipes, they have been removed. The swell shades are exposed and painted a metallic gold color. In good condition.