Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- This was the rebuilding and re-trackerization of the much rebuilt 1851 Hook. It had been rebuilt by Hutchings as his Op. 360 in 1895 with new framework, new chests, and most of the original pipework retained. An electric chancel console played both the gallery organ and Hucthings' opus 359 (a 2-man. installed at the same time in the left transept). Woodberry did something with the organ in 1905...possibly an improvement to the electric action, but w/o tonal changes. William W. Laws provided a new console in 1951, again, without tonal changes. The Andover work consisted of a new attached keydesk influenced by the Hook style. Hutchings chests were retained. Hook case retained. All extant Hook & Hutchings pipework was retained, and the Hook pipework was returned to its original function. Other used Hook, Hutchings, Johnson, Skinner, and Andover pipework completed the tonal design. The original 1951 Hook key frames were found in a tower room behind the organ. Sources: Extant organ, Andover files (I was an employee at the time and helped to rebuild and install this organ).
The original builder was E. & G. G. Hook (1851, Opus123).
Status Note: There 1990
Rebuild of Hook/Hutchings/Woodberry & Harris/Laws.