There has never been a St. Titus Roman Catholic Church in Philadelphia. However, there was an Episcopal mission church in the Eastwick section of the city, Located at Eighty-Fourth Street and Tinicum Avenue, which opened c. 1897 and held its last service in 1960. This is most likely the origin of the 1897 Haskell organ.
The organ from Muehlenberg Lutheran Church in Philadelphia was built in 1917 and appeared in a listing the firm published in January 1918, The Diapason. This is likely the one manual organ installed in Figlio's house. (ORGAN ID 3577)
The old extant lists were sometimes inaccurate and the fact that Robert Figlio had two different Haskell organs installed in his residence may have confused reported origin locations.
From Lutheran church on 22nd Street [Muhlenburg Lutheran?] in Philadelphia. [Printed Extant lists shows Figlio with a Haskell, no date given, from St. Titus' R. C. in Philadelphia?] For Sale 1999 by Ray Brunner.
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