Updated through online information from Milovan Popovic. -- Skinner rebuilt by Wicks as Opus 3801 in 1958, new windchests and console, reusing pipes from previous instruments. Rebuilt by Foley-Baker, Inc. in 2000 with additions. Tonally modified and revoiced by Stephan J. Drexler, 2000. Trompette Harmonique replaced by Foley-Baker, Inc., 2007.
Originally 1853 E. & G. G. Hook Op. 11(3-30reg.)(Hook case remains). Rebuilt by Hilborne Roosevelt in 1884. [Charitable Baptist Society, Providence, R. I. is on the Roosevelt list with Op. 150, 1885, 3-30.] Then enlarged and rebuilt by Skinner 1929. [Not on Kinzey & Lawn Skinner List.] Choir and console by Wicks in 1957. [On Wicks list as Op. 3801, 3-31, May 1957, First Baptist Meeting House, Providence, RI.]
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