The organ was briefly mentioned in an article in the Fort Wayne Evening Sentinel, July 28, 1899, announcing the rededication of the remodeled church: "The improvements on Salem Reformed church on Clinton street are practically completed, and next Sunday the edifice will be re-dedicated to divine worship. . . . The work of remodeling the church began in April last, and has necessitated an outlay of about $6,000 exclusive of the cost of the new pipe organ. . . . At the north side was built an addition for the pulpit and organ loft, and immediately in the rear of the pulpit is the pastor's study. . . . A handsome new pipe organ built by Hinners & Albertsen, of Pekin, Ill., has been installed, and new carpets and new lighting fixtures complete the improvements upon the interior. The seating capacity of the remodeled church is 500." The article was accompanied by a "SKETCH showing PULPIT and ORGAN" and a "SKETCH for proposed CHANGES to SALEM REFORMED CHURCH Fort Wayne Ind. Alfred Grindle, Architect."
"Salem Church Completed," Fort Wayne Evening Sentinel, Friday, July 28, 1899, 5, Fold3, accessed May 24, 2022, https://www.fold3.com/image/247216767.
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