The date of this organ is questionable. The firm was established c. 1888 in Philadelphia. This entry may be a conflation of the Haskel rebuild and the original unknown buiilder that was in the church, although the church website reports the original organ as being "from around the Civil War".
An original installation. Identified by Steven Bartley, based on personal knowledge of the organ. -- Electro pneumatic pull downs and electric blower added in the late 1940s. In the 1960s an exposed chest was added containing a new 4' Principal, to play on the Great. Some time in the past 30 years the 1940s note wires were replaced. Organ had been unusable, but in 2012, repairs made to switching system and key contacts. The organ is now in regular use.
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