Updated through online information from David Snyder.
Updated through online information from David Snyder. -- According to several sources, including Robert Noehren, there was NO Barker Machine or any kind of pneumatic action inside this organ. I know this is unbelievable, but I accept it as true. The organist who last knew it as a tracker organ told me it was nearly unplayable when coupled.
Installed by Charles Viner. Cost $7875. Pneumatic assist to the Great and its couplers. Rebuilt and electrified in 1954 by Tellers.