Updated by Timothy E. Conyers, who has heard or played the organ.
It was reported in the local newspaper the congregation disbanded in November 2017. Discussions are underway to preserve the historic building, an architectural gem which includes several Tiffany windows and other interior liturgical items designed by the Tiffany Studios. Source: Palladium-Item newspaper, Richmond, IN, Dec. 2, 2017.
Updated through information from Kurt van Schakel: Reid Memorial Presbyterian in Richmond, IN has a magnificent pair of matched cases in the chancel containing a 16' Dulciana as well as the Great 16' Open (and various 8' portions). This organ was a Hook and Hastings that was re-actioned by Wicks in the 1950's with only a couple of tonal changes, and was featured at the OHS Indianapolis convention a year ago. One change from the H&H was the inclusion of the largest scale Robert-Morton Vox Humana in the Choir division I've ever seen outside of a theatre organ, on its own tremulant! [Posted to PIPORG-L September 27, 2008.]
According to the 2007 Organ Atlas, the Wicks rebuild included a new console and new all-electric chests.
The original builder was Hook & Hastings (1905, Opus 2096).
Status Note: There 1996.