Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- This was a I-man. organ with five manual stops and one independent Pedal register: 16' Bourdon. Four of the five manual registers were divided into treble/bass stops: 8' Open Diapason, 8' Melodia, 8' Dulciana, and 4' Violina. Only the 4' Flute Harmonique was full-compass as a single drawstop. The edifice underwent numerous revisions and enlargements. The published parish history states on page 7: "It was during the pastorate of Rev. Pratt [ed.: Sept. 1894 - April 13, 1896], that the pipe organ, which was not new when purchased, was installed. This organ was used continually, first being pumped by a 'Bloy Boy,' later by a water pump, and still later becoming electrified, until it was taken out during the 1941 renovations." The Man. to Ped. coupler was drawknob, but the Octave Coupler was hitch-down. Page 8 adds: "In April of 1923, the organ was electrified. The David & Furber Machine Company electricians doing the work." In 1941, the organ was removed for renovations, but never reinstalled. It was replaced with an Everett Orgatron. Disposition of the Gilbert & Butler is not known.