Updated by Charles Kegg
This new organ replaced a Moller from the 1970s, which was also placed behind the Felgemaker case. The case pipes were not speaking in the Moller installation. The new Kegg organ uses the center 17 facade pipes as the bass of the otherwise new Great 8\' Diapason. All other materials in the organ are new. No other parts of the Felgemaker organ have survived.
Organ identified by John Igoe from Kegg advertisment in "The American Organist," March 2019, page 89. Text includes reference "Historic case retained"We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on February 14, 2019.