Updated by William M. Worden, naming this as the source of information: Detroit Free Press, January 28, 1887.
The claim that this organ was by Felgemaker, based on inscriptions on the pipework, is disproved by the Detroit Free Press of January 28, 1887, which reported on the inaugural recital by Clarence Eddy the evening before. The article includes: "The occasion was the exhibition of the new Roosevelt grand organ..."
The contract was for a new console, some new and replacement pipework and new manual chests for 1886 Roosevelt Op. 334 of 3 manuals and 24 stops.
The church closed in 1979; the buildings were sold to the United House of Jeremiah, who vacated the facility not long after; the sanctuary burned to a shell on June 23, 1986.
Updated through online information from Wayne Warren. -- Pipes were scribed: ABF 1887. Assuming AB Felgemaker built the organ originally. I helped inspect this organ when the original owners were preparing to move. Fabulous instrument. Date on console nametag was 1936. I was there as the church was burning in 1986. Very sad.
Updated through online information from William M. Worden. -- This congregation failed and the church was sold to another church. Not many years thereafter, the church burned to a shell (1980s?). I presume the organ was still in it and was lost.