From the NYC AGO NYC Organ Project: For their second building, the Greene Avenue church contracted with W.W. Kimball of Chicago to build a new organ. The Brooklyn Eagle (Oct. 3, 1902) reported: "The organ is said to be the most perfect instrument of its size in the borough, containing features entirely new in the history of organ building." The article also listed the stops, but no compasses or pipecounts were given; they are suggested below, based on similar Kimball organs of the period. The dedicatory recital was played by Dr. Gerrit Smith, organist of the South Reformed Church in New York City, on Tuesday, October 7, 1902. Dr. Smith was joined by Mrs. Lida Price Losee, soprano of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn. This organ burned with the church on April 9, 1910. According to The New York Times (Apr. 10, 1910), "A defective electric light wire connecting with the organ behind the pulpit is believed to have caused the blaze. The organ was only installed in the church two [sic] years ago, at a cost of $4,000. It was operated by electricity."