This organ was moved here by the Organ Clearing House, both for the move from New York to Seattle in 1966, and later from a private residence in Oregon to Virginia in 1990.
Notes by Scot Huntington. -- Originally built for the Duane Mansion in Duanesburg, New York. At an unknown date late 19th century, the organ was moved to the Presbyterian church in Worcester, New York, about 35 miles distant. The organ served there until it was replaced by a two-manual Estey in the 1930s, and the organ was moved again to the Presbyterian church in Middlefield Center, about 12 miles west. When the church closed in the late 1960's, the organ was sold to radio station KRAB in Seattle, Washington.
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