As per The American Organist, April 2019, the church has announced a contract with Patrick J. Murphy & Associates ot Pennsylvania for the complete restoration of its 1885 William Schuelke organ, at a cost of $474,950. The article notes that the instrument is in nearly original condition, except for the additon of and electric blower and tremulant. Most notable about the organ is the use of cone-valve chests and Barker-lever machine. A 2018 recording of the instrument is located at https://Youtu.be/0hab6NgnDVA.
Updated through online information from John Paradowski.
The builder did not use opus numbers to identify his work, but the catalog number S-34 was assigned to this instrument by Elizabeth Towne Schmitt and may be used for reference.
Status Note: There 2004.
Ventil chests (kegellade), pneumatic levers on both manual key actions, detached console. Swell on one side of the rear gallery and Great on the other. Historic Organs Recital 6 Sep 1988. The only changes to the organ are the electric blower and an added tremulant.