The organ's history...in America is somewhat sketchy and awaiting further investigation. It is said to had been at a St. Luke's church in New York City before heading north to Plattsburgh, New York. Signatures on the rear panels indicate it was in place in Plattsburgh by 1862. The organ was sitting in the living room of the Kent-DeLord Museum in Plattsburgh by 1862. -- Ruth Brunner, via 2003 OHS Handbook
The organ was cleaned, conserved and documented in 1998 by R.J. Brunner & Co.
Updated through online information from Mark Dennis.
Updated through online information from Phillip Wallens.
Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- 8' Open Diapason, 8' Stopped Diapason, 4' Principal bass/treble, 2' Principal bass/treble. Divided at middle c.
Updated through on-line information from Mark Dennis. -- According to several sources, the organ was built by London builder Samuel Green. [The organ was incorrectly identified as being by another builder. We gratefully acknowledge the correction.]
Status Note: There 1999
On permanent loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Conserved 1998 by R. J. Brunner. Compass GG, AA-f3 (58 notes, no GG#).