Updated by Scot Huntington
This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ.
Identified by Scot Huntington, who has heard or played the organ. . Additionally, Scot Huntington listed this individual as a source of information: David Lennington.
Installed by Don Bohall in the first-floor rehearsal hall of the Dorothy Dickinson Darte Center for the Performing Arts. Shipped Sept. 1, 1971, cost $7,080.00; "institutional finish" blond oak. Wilkes-Barre was ravaged by the disastrous flooding of the Susquehanna River caused by Hurricane Agnes in June, 1972. While the organ is recorded in the Schlicker opus list as "rebuilt", the insurance company paid for a new instrument ($7,732), and given the organ's location near the river, it was surely destroyed by the flood waters.