Altered and relocated existing organ.
Identified by James R. Stettner, using information from this web site: http://www.byrnepiano.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/St.-Johns-Dekoven-.jpg.
-- The DeKoven Center was originally Racine College - a prep school for men before entering the Episcopal Seminary in Nashota, WI. According to the website, "In 1889, the college division closed and the school remained a boys- boarding school until 1933 when it closed during the Great Depression. The Community of St. Mary, an Episcopal order of women, bought the property at sheriff-s auction and formed the DeKoven Foundation for Church Work which carried on the work of Racine College. The sisters used the buildings as a retreat and conference center as well as a summer camp for girls. The sisters sold the property to the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee in 1985."
According to Executive Dir. Max Dershem in a phone conversation today (2015-04-20) the organ in St. John's Chapel came from a facility in Kenosha.
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