Instruments—by Location­–Chicago

 

Chicago, Illinois:  1933-1934 World's Fair—see World's Fair

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Acadia Roller Rink, some pipework from Chicago, Illinois, Foley residence, W. W. Kimball—12/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ada Street Methodist Church, 1870 Johnson (opus 326), replaced 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 403)— 35/6 (opus 326); 41/8-9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  All Saints Polish National Catholic Cathedral (building now Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1931 Austin (opus 1246)—56/4-5S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Annunciation Catholic Church, 1913 Hinners (opus 1662), from Gary, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church, now in Portland, Oregon, Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, rebuilt 1978 Harley Perkins—57/16; 83/3-4I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Apollo Commandery Knights Templar, 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 414)—27/27; 62/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ascension Episcopal, 1864 Pilcher (opus 58), burned 1871—35/5; 38/4S; 42/25, 31; 55/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ashburn Lutheran Church, 1981 Berghaus—28/38

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ashland Avenue Baptist Church, founded as Coventry Street Baptist Church, merged with Union Park Baptist Church to form Fourth Baptist Church, c. 1891 Woodberry & Harris—23/16-19; 70/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Assumption BVM Catholic Church (West Pullman), merged 1990 with Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church to form Assumption BVM/Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, closed 2002—see Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Assumption BVM/Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, 1990 merger of Assumption BVM Catholic Church and Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, closed 2002—see Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Auditorium, now Roosevelt University, Auditorium Theatre, 1889-1890 Frank Roosevelt (opus 400)—15/20, 31; 16/14; 17/27, 29, 38; 19/17; 20/16, 18; 25/4, 8; 62/6; 74/22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Austin Methodist Episcopal Church, later Fraternite Notre Dame, a.k.a. Our Lady of Frechou, Mother of Mercy and Mother of the Church, 1909 Austin (opus 271), rebuilt 1954 Austin—73/14-16SI; 78/9-11SI; 79/18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrows, 1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 90, factory number 1342), 1920 Austin console, opus 978), ongoing restorative repairs, Berghaus Organ Company—3/1, 4S; 24/11; 28/6, 27; 29/35; 54/12-15S; 56/19; 62/6; 72/5I; 75/10-11; 76/34 (Convention); 77/3; 85/23

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Julius Bauer & Co., 1865 G. Andrews—35/5; 38/6-7

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bethany Evangelical Church, later Bethany United Church of Christ, 1930 Geo. Kilgen & Son opus 4536—77/4, 9-11SI; 78/28; 87/15I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1918 Austin Organ Co. (opus 813):  92/18-19SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bethany United Church of Christ, founded as Bethany Evangelical Church—see Bethany Evangelical Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bethel Church (Seamens), unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bethlehem Healing Temple, built as Masonic Temple, 1908 A. B. Felgemaker (two organs, opus 976 and 977)—74/16-17SI (opus 977)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Blackwell Memorial AME Zion Church, built as Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church, 1887 Johnson & Son (opus 68)—26/19 (Oakland)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Blaney Lodge, 1870 Johnson (opus 331), burned 1871, later had 1910 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (?)—25/21; 27/24; 35/6; 41/11; 42/32; 64/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Hinners, closed 2005—86/9-10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bremer Street Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Dr. Howard Brown residence, 1968 Roderer—28/40

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bryn Mawr Community Church, 1926 Skinner (opus 607), additions 1946 and 1948 Æolian-Skinner (opus 607-A and B)—74/3, 9-11SI; 75/13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Dudley Buck residence, 1869 Johnson (opus 294), burned 1871—15/8-10S; 25/21; 35/5; 39/18-22S; 40/4; 42/25, 28-31; 43/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Buena Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1909 Marshall-Bennett, replaced 1923 Hall, Marshall-Bennett moved to Glencoe, Illinois, Trinity Lutheran Church—95/10-12S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bush Temple of Music, 1902 Austin (opus 65), burned, pipework sold to Techny, Illinois, Divine Word International, Chapel of the Holy Spirit, incorporated into 1920’s Wiener Bros., also using 1911 Wicks (opus 38)—69/7, 22-28SI (Austin/Wicks/Wiener); 71/22I (Wiener)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bush Temple of Music, 1903 Hinners, presumably burned—69/24

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Bush Temple of Music, 1922 Hall, presumably burned—69/24

 

Chicago, Illinois:  John Carr residence, 1866 Pilcher Bros. (opus 81)—35/5; 38/11-12S, 20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Calvary Presbyterian Church, merged 1871 with First Presbyterian Church—see First Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Cathedral of the Holy Name, 1858 Erben, rebuilt/replaced 1866 Chant, burned 1871, 1877 Johnson & Son (opus 501), rebuilt 1918 Wangerin-Weickhardt, rebuilt 1950’s Frank Sauter, replaced 1989 by Flentrop, (some pipes now in Whiting, Indiana, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1923 Skinner (opus 405, rebuilt, Bradford), other pipework in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Gabriel Catholic Church, 1953 Delle (?), Reuter console now at Mundelein, Illinois, Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary, Chapel, chancel has 1981 Casavant (opus 3537)—13/10-11, 13-14SI (Johnson/Wangerin/Reuter, Casavant); 25/23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 28/14 (Johnson); 35/5-6 (Erben, Chant); 37/5-6 (Erben/ Chant); 42/20, 26, 30-32 (Chant); 42/31 (Erben); 59/6-8; 62/19, 21-23S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Catholic Apostolic Church (building now Christ the Savior Orthodox Church in America), 1902 Lyon & Healy; 1931 Austin (opus 1796)—55/11-12S (both organs)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, 1867 Pilcher (opus 85, church, then in chapel), 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 437), replaced by second-hand theatre organ, gone—14/14 (Hook); 25/18, 21, 23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook); 35/5 (Pilcher, Hook); 38/15 (Hook), 20S (Pilcher); 39/5-7S, 20; 41/6-8, 13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Central Masonic Temple, 1910 Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 214 and opus 215)—27/29

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Central Music Hall, 1880 Johnson & Son (opus 543), moved 1900 to Chicago, Illinois, Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church, later Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church, and rebuilt by Coburn & Taylor, replaced unknown, rebuilt 1920’s Wiener Bros., D. S. Wentz installed console from 1911 Casavant (opus 454, built for Chicago, Illinois, Sinai Temple), sold 1982 to Overland Park, Michigan, Holy Trinity Church (Saint Martin closed c. 1990)—25/21, 23 (Central); 26/20 (Central); 74/22; 86/1I (unknown)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Century of Progress—see World's Fair

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Chicago Civic Opera House—see Lyric Opera of Chicago

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Chicago Stadium, Bartola Musical Instrument Co. (1929)—46/5-10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Chicago Temple/First United Methodist Church, founded as Clark Street Methodist Church:  1870 Johnson (opus 329), burned 1871, later First Methodist Church:  replaced 1873 Johnson (opus 406), now Chicago Temple:  replaced 1923 Skinner organ (opus 414), rebuilt 1984 Wicks—14/14 (1870 Johnson); 25/21 (1870 Johnson); 26/19 (1873 Johnson); 35/6 (1870 Johnson); 41/9-11, 13S (1870 Johnson); 42/25, 30, 32 (1870 Johnson); 58/12 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Chicago Theatre, 1921 WurliTzer (opus 434), enlarged 1923—28/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Chicago Theological Seminary, Chapel, 1901 Hook & Hastings (opus 1879), chapel became chapel in 1927 for Union Park Congregational Church, later New First Congregational Church, now First Baptist Congregational Church, 1927 campus Chapel, 1927 Skinner (opus 639), replaced 1984 Karl Wilhelm—4/3-5, 12SI (1901 Hook); 5/4-5, 9S (1901 Hook); 23/20-21I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Christ Episcopal Church, later Christ Reformed Episcopal Church, 1868 Erben, replaced 1884 Johnson & Son (opus 625)—25/21 (Erben); 26/19 (Johnson); 35/5 (Erben); 39/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Christ Episcopal Church (founded 1888), c. 1891 Hook & Hastings (possibly opus 1503)—24/12-13SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Christ Presbyterian Church, 1913 installation of 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 436), destroyed 1967, built for Chicago, Illinois, Fourth Presbyterian Church, merger of North Presbyterian Church (1865 Pilcher Bros. & Chant opus 65, burned 1871), and Westminster Presbyterian Church, burned 1871, (at Fourth Church, replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 210), 1970 Roderer (sold 1971 to Palos Park, Illinois, Transfiguration Episcopal Church), replaced 1970 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1516), rebuilt 1994 Goulding & Wood—9/5; 25/22 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 28/9, 13, 14 (Skinner), 40 (Roderer); 35/5 (Pilcher); 38/7-8S (Pilcher); 42/26-27, 30-31 (Pilcher)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Christ Reformed Episcopal Church—see Christ Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Christ the Savior Orthodox Church in America (built as Catholic Apostolic Church), 1931 Austin (opus 1796)—55/11-12S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of Our Saviour—see also Our Saviour Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of Our Saviour, Episcopal, 1884 Hook & Hastings (opus 1227), rebuilt unknown, rebuilt Robert L. David, sold 1981 through Organ Clearing House, to Boca Raton, Florida, Saint David Boys School, rebuilt Klug & Schumacher—23/8-9SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Ascension, Episcopal—see Ascension Episcopal

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Atonement, Episcopal, after 1861 Saints Peter and Paul Episcopal Cathedral—see Saints Peter and Paul Episcopal Cathedral

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Holy Communion, Episcopal, 1865 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 67)—35/5; 38/8-9S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Messiah, Unitarian—see Unitarian Church of the Messiah

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the New Jerusalem Swedenborgian—see New Jerusalem Swedenborgian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal—see Redeemer Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Church of the Redeemer, Universalist, 1864 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 61), replaced 1885 Johnson & Son (opus 655), building now Greater Union Baptist Church, façade only remains—26/20 (Johnson); 35/5 (Pilcher); 39/4-5S (Pilcher)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Clark Street Methodist Church—see Chicago Temple/First United Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Clybourn Avenue German Methodist, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Clybourn Avenue Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Columbian Exposition, 1893 World's Fair—see World's Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition)

 

Chicago, Illlinois:  Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, merged 1975 with South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church (1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 125, factory number 1378)), merged 1980 with University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ)—see also Forrestville Congregational Church, South Congregational Church, University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Corinthian Hall, 1884 Johnson & Son (opus 631)—27/27; 62/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Cornelia Avenue Baptist Church, built as Endeavor Presbyterian Church (founded as Gross Park Presbyterian Church), 1905 Lyon & Healy (opus 175, factory number 1429)—24/11; 28/6, 22; 29/33, 34; 77/4, 8-9SI; 78/28-29; 80/6I; 81/24; 86/4; 87/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1888 Johnson & Son (opus 689), building later Saint John Assyrian American Apostolic Church, Covenant merged with Fullerton Presbyterian and Christ Presbyterian to form Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, see also Christ Presbyterian Church and Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, Johnson sold to Eldon Cunningham, Fort Wayne, Indiana—9/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Covenant Presbyterian Church (built as All Saints Polish National Catholic Cathedral, 1931 Austin (opus 1246)—56/4-5S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Coventry Street Baptist Church, later Ashland Avenue Baptist Church, merged with Union Park Baptist Church to form Fourth Baptist Church, c. 1891 Woodberry & Harris—23/16-19; 70/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Crerar Memorial Presbyterian Church, merged c. 1928 with First Presbyterian Church (see also First Presbyterian Church), 1908 M. P. Möller (opus 850)—70/38; 71/17S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Disciples Divinity House, Chapel of the Holy Grail, Skinner proposal (never built), 1930 Æolian (opus 1775), ongoing restoration Berghaus—66/21-24SI; 67/18; 75/9; 76/24-25 (convention)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Dixon Street Methodist Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ebenezer Lutheran Church, unknown, replaced 1916 J. P. Seeburg, replaced 1963 M. P. Möller (opus 9611)—82/7, 9-13SPI (Möller); 83/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Edgebrook Community Church (United Church of Christ), unknown, replaced 1961 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1359), additions 1990's Church Music Service—62/14-18SPI (Æolian-Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Edgebrook Lutheran Church, 1953 Reuter (opus 1058)—90/1, 10-11SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Edgewater Presbyterian Church, 1929 Austin Organ Co. (opus 1710)—92/16-17SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Edina Place Baptist Church, later Wabash Avenue Baptist Church, later Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 554), burned 1881, rebuilt as Immanuel Baptist Church, 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 570), burned 1891, rebuilt with 1891 Kilgen—25/21 (Hook), 23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Hook/Johnson); 35/6 (Hook); 41/8; 70/13, 15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Eighteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1927 Austin (opus 1515)—66/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1911 Hook & Hastings (opus 2265), console replaced 1940's Reisner—62/19-21SP; 70/4I; 71/5I; 72/7I; 78/3I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Emmanuel Swedish Lutheran Church, 1869 Johnson (opus 309), burned 1871—35/5; 40/4-5; 42/26, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Endeavor Presbyterian Church (founded as Gross Park Presbyterian Church), building now Cornelia Avenue Baptist Church, 1905 Lyon & Healy (opus 175, factory number 1429)—24/11; 28/6, 22; 29/33, 34; 77/4, 8-9SI; 78/28-29; 80/6I; 81/24

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Englewood Methodist Episcopal Church, 1887 Steere & Turner (opus 259)—26/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Englewood Universalist, 1891 J. W. Steere & Son (opus 312)—26/20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Epiphany Episcopal Church, ?1857 Hall & Labagh (from Chicago, Illinois, Saint James Episcopal Church?), 1892 Farrand & Votey (opus 119, altered, with Austin console), rebuilt 1912 Frank E. Morton, including parts from Winnetka, Illinois, Christ Church, Episcopal, Austin (opus 1274)—3/1, 6, 11-13, 15S (Farrand & Votey); 15/8; 17/11 (Farrand & Votey); 24/11 (Farrand & Votey); 25/30-31, 33I (Farrand & Votey); 26/19 (Hall & Labagh); 27/21 (Morton); 28/6 (Farrand & Votey), 13 (Hall & Labagh), 30 (Farrand & Votey); 29/33 (Farrand & Votey); 37/3-4 (Hall & Labagh); 41/14 (Hall & Labagh); 54/12, 18-20S; 56/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Epworth United Methodist Church, founded as Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church, unknown, replaced 1931 M. P. Möller (opus 5881), 2005 OHS Citation—75/11-12I; 87/16-20SP; 88/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Erie Street Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois: Faith Temple-Sister Ann’s Miracle Revival Center , built as First German Baptist Church, later Good Shepherd Bible Church, 1901 Lyon & Healy opus 97 (factory number 1349), to be installed in Appleton, Wisconsin, Saint Mary Catholic Church—60/4-5S; 61/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Farwell Hall, 1869-1870 Chant & Jackson, burned 1871—26/23; 29/8-10S (?); 35/6; 40/7-12; 42/26-27, 32

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, later Mount Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, later Art Smith residence, 1905 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 108), replaced 1916 Austin (opus 659)—78/4-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fifth Presbyterian Church, merger of South Presbyterian Church and Twenty-Eighth Street Presbyterian Church, earlier known as Thirty-First Street Presbyterian Church, 1893 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 356), later in Chicago, Illinois, Millard Congregational Church (founded as Lawndale Congregational Church), work by Paul Beiber (?), Millard building c. 1997-1998 became Iglesia Advantista del Septimo Dia Hispanico America—23/3-6I (insert); 24/11 (Millard); 25/21 (Milard); 26/28; 28/6, 28 (Millard); 30/26 (Millard)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Baptist Church, 1857 House, 1867 Johnson (opus 216), rebuilt 1871 Ira Bassett, burned 1874, merged with Indiana Avenue Baptist Church, replaced 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 588), rebuilt 1924 M. P. Möller (opus 3624), now Olivet Baptist Church, church relocated 1918 to former Plymouth Congregational Church (merged 1918 with Kenwood Evangelical Church, later Kenwood United Church of Christ (1888 Steere & Turner, opus 268, replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 207)), 1871 Erben, relocated and rebuilt Johnson & Son, possibly replaced 1880’s S. S. Hamill), present building had 1912 Coburn, rebuilt 1916 L. D. Morris, rebuilt 1961 unknown, replaced 1964 M. P. Möller (opus 9964)—14/14 (Johnson/Bassett); 25/21, 22 (Johnson/Bassett), 23 (1882 Johnson); 26/19 (Johnsons/Bassett); 28/13 (both Johnsons); 35/5 (House, 1867 Johnson); 37/4-5 (House); 38/12-19S (1867 Johnson); 39/20 (1867 Johnson); 41/12-13 (1867 Johnson); 42/20, 22, 31 (House and 1867 Johnson); 70/5, 13-23SI (Johnson, Bassett, Möller); 71/10; 72/6I; 99/10P (1867 Johnson)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Baptist Church of Hyde Park, later Hyde Park Baptist Church, later Hyde Park Union Church—see Hyde Park Union Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Baptist Congregational Church, built as Union Park Congregational Church later merged with First Congregational Church to form New First Congregational Church, 1927 W. W. Kimball (opus 6949), replaced 1871 Hook & Hastings (opus 578), which replaced 1868 Johnson (opus 243), burned 1869; Chapel houses façade to 1901 Hook & Hastings (opus 1879), built as Chapel to Chicago Theological Seminary, became chapel in 1927 to Union Park Church, New First, and First Baptist Congregational—3/1, 6-10S (Kimball); 4/3-5, 12SI (1901 Hook); 5/4-5, 9S (1901 Hook); 22/4, 7 (Kimball); 23/10 (Hook/Kimball), 20 (Chapel); 24/11 (Kimball); 26/19 (Hook); 28/4, 6, 29I (Kimball); 29/33; 35/4-6 (Hook, Johnson); 39/8 (Johnson/Hook & Hastings); 41/18-21S (Hook & Hastings); 42/28 (Hook & Hastings), 31 (Johnson); 75/12; 77/3; 95/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), merged with Memorial Baptist Church to form Memorial Church, merged 1927 with University Church, Disciples of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ, merged 1980 with South Community Church (a 1975 merger of South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church) and Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ)—see also Forrestville Congregational Church, Memorial Baptist Church, Memorial Church, Monumental Baptist Church, South Congregational Church, University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1897 building now Grant Memorial AME Church, (First Church combined 1950 with Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, kept First Church name, congregation gone, building now Saint John Baptist Temple, Ninth Church building housed 1917 Austin (opus 681), with 1922 Austin addition), 1897 Farrand & Votey (opus 828), rebuilt 1916 Leonard D. Morris, replaced 1924 Skinner (opus 435), Farrand & Votey sold to River Forest, Illinois, Concordia Teacher's College, Auditorium/Chapel, broken up for parts (replaced 1958 Schlicker, now in Music Building, new building has 1980's W. Zimmer & Sons, opus 258)—62/19, 25-28S; 65/26 (Austin)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Congregational Church, c. 1857 Simmons & Fisher, replaced 1870 Hook (opus 534), burned 1873, replaced 1874 Steere & Turner (opus 77), merged with Union Park Congregational Church to form New First Congregational Church (see also Union Park Congregational Church, New First Congregational Church)—14/14 (Hook); 25/21, 23 (Hook/Steere & Turner); 26/19 (Hook/Steere); 28/13 (Steere & Turner), 35/5 (Simmons & Fisher), 6 (Hook); 37/5 (Simmons & Fisher); 41/4-8, 13SP(Hook & Hastings); 42/31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First German Baptist Church, later Good Shepherd Bible Church, later Faith Temple-Sister Ann’s Miracle Revival Center, 1901 Lyon & Healy opus 97 (factory number 1349), to be installed in Appleton, Wisconsin, Saint Mary Catholic Church—60/4-5S; 61/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Methodist Church—see Chicago Temple/First Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Presbyterian Church, merged 1871 with Calvary Presbyterian Church, merged 1912 with Forty-First Street Presbyterian Church (1892 J. W. Steere & Sons opus 331), merged 1918 with Sixth Presbyterian Church (1875 merger of Grace and Ninth Presbyterian Churches—see Sixth Presbyterian Church), merged 1926 with Woodlawn Presbyterian Church (W. W. Kimball), merged c. 1928 with Crerar Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1857 Hall & Labagh, burned 1871, 1872 Hook & Hastings (opus 649), slightly altered 1906 unknown, relocated and rebuilt 1913 Coburn & Taylor (rebuilt by Casavant (opus 1106) for Beach Bluff, Massachusetts, residence of H. R. Austin, now in Saint Matthew Roman Catholic Church, Central Falls, Rhode Island), replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 348—remains today in Metropolitan Community Church), new building has 1928 M. P. Möller (opus 5001), also 1928 M. P. Möller (opus 5175) in chapel, Grand Avenue building later Metropolitan Community Church, later Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church—20/18 (Hook); 25/21, 23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook & Hastings); 28/13 (Hook & Hastings); 35/5 (Hall & Labagh), 8-12 (pre-organ); 36/10-12 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15 (Hall & Labagh); 42/26, 30-31 (Hall & Labagh); 58/14-16S; 60/18; 62/10; 69/20 (Skinner); 70/5, 33-49SPI (Hook & Hastings/Skinner/Möller); 72/6 (Möller); 74/16-17I (Skinner), 22 (Hook & Hastings); 78/4 (Rutz); 79/3 (Rutz); 80/4 (Rutz)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Saint Paul Lutheran Church, founded as Saint Paul German Lutheran Church, unknown (1854), burned 1871, congregation later Saint Paul Lutheran (Missouri Synod), Lancashire-Marshall, replaced 1959 Casavant (opus 2539, built for Bay City, Michigan, Madison Avenue Methodist Church, now in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church), replaced in new building 1972 Schlicker—15/36-37 (Lancashire-Marshall/Casavant/Schlicker); 35/5 (unknown); 36/8 (unknown); 42/25, 31 (unknown); 63/2 (Casavant)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  First Unitarian Church, 1850 Jardine, burned 1863, congregation rebuilt under the name Church of the Messiah, 1891 Roosevelt (opus 506), later building in Hyde Park with name First Unitarian—see also Unitarian Church of the Messiah—35/5, 16, 18; 36/4; 42/31; 65/5, 13 (Roosevelt)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Foley residence, W. W. Kimball, some pipework later in Chicago, Illinois, Acadia Roller Rink—12/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Forrestville Congregational Church, 1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 125, factory number 1378), merged 1909 with South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1975 with Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, to form South Community Church, merged 1980 with University Church, Disciples of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ, merged 1927 with Memorial Church (a merger of Memorial Baptist Church and First Christian Church—see also Memorial Baptist Church, Monumental Baptist Church), c. 1923 Warren Gratian (sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church), replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), keyboards replaced 1998), see also South Congregational Church, University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ—66/16

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Forty-First Street Presbyterian Church, 1892 J. W. Steere & Son (opus 331), congregation later merged to form First Presbyterian, building later Metropolitan Community Church (see also First Presbyterian Church), building later Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church—58/12; 60/18; 70/36-37SI (Steere & Son); 74/16-17I (Skinner), 22 (Hook & Hastings); 78/4 (Rutz); 79/3 (Rutz); 80/4 (Rutz)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, later South Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church, merged 1975 with Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, to form South Community Church, merged 1980 with University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, merged 1927 with Memorial Church (a merger of Memorial Baptist Church (building now Monumental Baptist Church) and First Christian Church))—Forrestville Congregational Church, Memorial Church, see also South Congregational Church, University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, building later Lake Shore Family Church, later Philadelphia Romanian Church of God, 1923 M. P. Möller (opus 3439)—82/7-9SI; 83/9I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fourth Baptist Church (merger of Union Park Baptist Church and Ashland Avenue Baptist Church, founded as Coventry Street Baptist Church), 1891-1892 Woodberry & Harris—23/16-19; 70/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fourth Presbyterian Church, merger of North Presbyterian Church (1865 Pilcher Bros. & Chant opus 65, burned 1871), and Westminster Presbyterian Church, burned 1871, replaced 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 436, moved c. 1912 to Chicago, Illinois, Christ Presbyterian Church, destroyed 1967), replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 210), 19710 Roderer (sold 1971 to Palos Park, Illinois, Transfiguration Episcopal Church), replaced 1970 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1516), rebuilt 1994 Goulding & Wood—25/22 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 28/9, 13, 14 (Skinner), 40 (Roderer); 35/5 (Pilcher); 38/7-8S (Pilcher); 42/26-27, 30-31 (Pilcher)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fowler Methodist Episcopal Church, later Fowler-Clifton United Methodist Church, building later Great Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 1911 Hinners opus 1249, rebuilt 1985 George Bozeman (opus 33) for Aiken, South Carolina, Saint Mary, Help of Christians Catholic Church—63/7-8S (both organs)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fowler-Clifton United Methodist Church, founded as Fowler Methodist Episcopal Church, building later Great Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 1911 Hinners opus 1249, rebuilt 1985 George Bozeman (opus 33) for Aiken, South Carolina, Saint Mary, Help of Christians Catholic Church—63/7-8S (both organs)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fraternite Notre Dame, a.k.a. Our Lady of Frechou, Mother of Mercy and Mother of the Church, built as Austin Methodist Episcopal Church—see Austin Methodist Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fullerton Avenue Presbyterian Church—see Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Fullerton Covenant Presbyterian Church—see Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois: Good Shepherd Bible Church, built as First German Baptist Church, later Faith Temple-Sister Ann’s Miracle Revival Center, 1901 Lyon & Healy opus 97 (factory number 1349), to be installed in Appleton, Wisconsin, Saint Mary Catholic Church—60/4-5S; 61/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Good Shepherd Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), 1983 Wicks (opus 5968)—71/17

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1891 Lancashire-Marshall (opus 54), built for Superior, Wisconsin, Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal), rebuilt Bradford—43/33; 75/11; 76/35-36 (Convention)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grace English Lutheran Church, c. 1950 Reuter (opus 900), rebuilt 1971 Berghaus—28/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grace Episcopal, 1856 Erben, replaced 1869 Hook (opus 472), replaced 1909 W. W. Kimball, burned, replaced 1928 Estey (opus 2780), Hook moved to Oak Park, Illinois, Grace Episcopal Church (1909), replaced 1922 Casavant (opus 940), Hook moved to Oak Park, Illinois, Third Congregational Church, burned—14/14 (Hook); 25/21, 23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook); 35/5 (Erben, Hook); 36/9 (Erben/Hook); 39/17-18S (Hook); 41/13 (1869 Hook); 42/31; 55/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grace Methodist Chapel, 1864 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 62), burned 1871—35/5; 38/5-6S; 42/25, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 457), burned 1871, replaced 1877 Hook & Hastings (opus 887)—25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/19 (1877 Hook); 35/5 (opus 457); 39/7-8 (opus 457); 42/25, 30-31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grace Presbyterian Church, merged 1875 with Ninth Presbyterian Church to form Sixth Presbyterian Church, 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 571), rebuilt c. 1910 Morris & Verney, rebuilt 1917 M. P. Möller (opus 2289), merged 1918 with First Presbyterian Church (see First Presbyterian Church), building sold to Grace Presbyterian Church (!), merged with Sixth Presbyterian Church (!), to form Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church—70/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grant Memorial AME Church, built First Church of Christ, Scientist, (First Church combined 1950 with Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, kept First Church name, congregation gone, building now Saint John Baptist Temple, Ninth Church building housed 1917 Austin (opus 681), with 1922 Austin addition), 1897 Farrand & Votey (opus 828), rebuilt 1916 Leonard D. Morris, replaced 1924 Skinner (opus 435), Farrand & Votey sold to River Forest, Illinois, Concordia Teacher's College, Auditorium/Chapel, broken up for parts (replaced 1958 Schlicker, new building has 1980's W. Zimmer & Sons, opus 258)—62/19, 25-28S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Grant Place Methodist Episcopal Church, 1870 William Evans, gone—35/6; 40/12-15S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Greater Union Baptist Church, built as Church of the Redeemer, Universalist, 1864 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 61), replaced 1885 Johnson & Son (opus 655), façade only remains—35/5 (Pilcher); 39/4-5S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Greater Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, built as Fowler Methodist Episcopal Church, later Fowler-Clifton United Methodist Church, 1911 Hinners (opus 1249), rebuilt 1985 George Bozeman (opus 33) for Aiken, South Carolina, Saint Mary, Help of Christians Catholic Church—63/7-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Greenstone United Methodist Church, 2002 merger of South Deering United Methodist Church, Pullman United Methodist Church (1882 Steere & Turner opus 170) and New Fellowship United Methodist Church (merger of West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, and Saint Stephen United Methodist Church, 1911 Estey opus 849, building later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, using West Pullman facility), using Pullman facility, see also Pullman United Methodist Church, West Pullman United Methodist Church, Saint Stephen Methodist Church—76/4; 77/27; 80/7; 82/22; 84/3; 86/7; 91/9-10; 92/8

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Gross Park Presbyterian Church, later Endeavor Presbyterian Church, building now Cornelia Avenue Baptist Church—see Endeavor Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  T. T. Gurney residence, 1867 Pilcher Bros. (opus 86)—35/5; 38/20S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Charles Arthur Havens residence, c. 1885 Johnson & Son (no opus number, possible relocation of another instrument?)—28/13; 70/23

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hershey Music Hall, 1877 Johnson & Son (opus 489), sold 1883 to Oberlin, Ohio, Oberlin College—25/21, 23; 26/20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  H. M. Higgins Music Store, 1866 Derrick & Felgemaker—35/5; 38/9-11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Communion, Episcopal—see Church of the Holy Communion, Episcopal

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Cross Catholic Church (64th and Maryland), merged 1990 with Saint Clara-Saint Cyril Catholic Church (merger 1969 of Saint Clara Catholic Church and Saint Cyril Catholic Church) to form Saint Gelasius Catholic Church, closed 2002, W. W. Kimball (?)—75/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Cross/Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, merger of Holy Cross (Lithuanian) Catholic Church and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church—Holy Cross (Lithuanian) Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Cross (Lithuanian) Catholic Church (S. Hermitage & W. 47th St.), merged with Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church to form Holy Cross/Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 1915 Tellers-Sommerhoff—86/13-15SI; 94/11-13SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Family Catholic Church, possible unknown, replaced 1865 Pilcher & Chant (opus 66), from Chicago, Illinois, Reed’s Temple of Music, 1870 Mitchell, rebuilt 1892 Frank Roosevelt (opus 498), rebuilt 1922 Tellers-Kent, rebuilt 1950 Austin (opus 2159), sold and removed 1971 (gallery only) to Lake Zurich, Illinois, Saint Peter United Church of Christ, rebuilt by Temple Organ Company (Burlington, Iowa), lower gallery 1905 Colburn & Taylor, rebuilt into Austin organ (opus 2168), rebuilt Berghaus; 1879 Steinmeyer organ—13/6-8, 14-16, 18SPI (Mitchell/Roosevelt/Austin, Coburn & Taylor); 14/14 (unknown/Pilcher/Mitchell); 15/9 (Mitchell), 18-25, 38SP; 17/24 (Mitchell/Roosevelt); 18/6 (Mitchell); 22/12-19 (Mitchell); 25/21 (Mitchell); 26/19 (Mitchell); 35/4-6 (Pilcher, Mitchell); 38/8S (Pilcher), 14-15 (Mitchell); 40/8; 41/13-14 (Mitchell); 42/19S, 31 (Pilcher); 42/31, 43/30, 32 (Mitchell); 49/2-3S (Steinmeyer); 71/8-9I (Mitchell/Steinmeyer/Austin); 72/9; 75/9 (Steinmeyer); 76/27 (Convention)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Name Cathedral—see Cathedral of the Holy Name

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Trinity (Polish) Catholic Church, unknown, replaced 1909 Louis Van Dinter & Sons, rebuilt 1957 Emmanuel Semerad—15/3-5SI (cover); 21/3; 24/11; 27/9; 28/6, 24; 29/35; 42/5, 11-12, 15, 17; 52/6, 11S, 20; 75/12

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, building now La Salle Street Church, 18?? unknown—15/14, 34I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hull House, Theatre, 1904 Hook & Hastings (opus 2014)—24/16-18PI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Humboldt Park Baptist Church, W. W. Kimball, rebuilt 1923 with new name, Temple Baptist Church, 1927 WurliTzer (opus 1713), building now Iglesia Evangelica Bautista, refurbished c. 1980's Gilbert Mead—25/24-27SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Baptist Church, founded as First Baptist Church of Hyde Park, later Hyde Park Union Church, c. 1890 unknown, replaced 1914 Skinner (opus 211), rebuilt 1956 M. P. Möller—70/5, 9-13SI (Skinner/Möller); 72/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ—see University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ—see University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ—see University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Congregational Church, merged 1930 with Hyde Park Presbyterian Church to form United Church of Hyde Park, merged 1970 with Hyde Park Methodist Church (W. W. Kimball), W. W. Kimball, at United Church of Hyde Park, built as Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, 1870 Hall & Labagh (built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterain Church, 1852, replaced by Hall & Labagh, later in Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple), replaced 1890 Hook & Hastings (opus 1442), sold to church in Tucson, Arizona, and relocated by La Marche, replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 443),—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Methodist Church, merged 1970 with United Church of Hyde Park (1930 merger of Hyde Park Congregational Church (W. W., Kimball) and Hyde Park Presbyterian Church), W. W. Kimball, at United Church, built as Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, 1870 Hall & Labagh (built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterain Church, 1852, replaced by Hall & Labagh, later in Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple), replaced 1890 Hook & Hastings (opus 1442), sold to church in Tucson, Arizona, and relocated by La Marche, replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 443),—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, founded as First Presbyterian Church of Hyde Park, building now United Church of Hyde Park (1930 merger with Hyde Park Congregational Church (W. W. Kimball), merged 1970 with Hyde Park Methodist Church (W. W. Kimball)), 1870 Hall & Labagh (built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterain Church, 1852, replaced by Hall & Labagh, later in Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple), replaced 1890 Hook & Hastings (opus 1442), sold to church in Tucson, Arizona, and relocated by La Marche, replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 443),—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI; 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Hyde Park Union Church, founded as First Baptist Church of Hyde Park, later Hyde Park Baptist Church, c. 1890 unknown, replaced 1914 Skinner (opus 211), rebuilt 1956 M. P. Möller—70/5, 9-13SI (Skinner/Möller); 72/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Iglesia Advantista del Septimo Dia Hispanico America, built as Millard Congregational Church, founded as Lawndale Congregational Church, 1893 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 356, built for Chicago, Illinois, Fifth Presbyterian Church), work by Paul Beiber (?), moved 1996 to Madison, Wisconsin, Luther Memorial Lutheran Church by J. C. Taylor—23/3-6I (insert); 24/11; 25/21; 26/18; 28/6, 28; 29/33; 30/26; 63/6-7SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Iglesia Evangelica Bautista, built as Temple Baptist Church, 1927 WurliTzer (opus 1713), refurbished c. 1980's Gilbert Mead, Temple founded as Humboldt Park Baptist Church, W. W. Kimball—25/24-27SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Iglesia Nueva Communidad, built as Millard Avenue Baptist Church, c. 1900 W. W. Kimball, demolished c. 1997-1998—30/24-26SI; 63/5-6, 8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Illinois Street Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—40/7; 42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Franklin and Schiller), 1863 Pilcher (opus 52), burned 1871—35/5; 37/16S; 42/26, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (88th and Commercial), 1900 A. B. Felgemaker (opus 676), replaced 1930 Kilgen (opus 4408)—74/3, 7-9SI (Felgemaker/Kilgen); 75/13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Talcott and Harlem), 1977 relocation of 1937 Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling (built for La Grange, Illinois, First Congregational Church, console replaced 1957 Frank J. Sauter, replaced Verney, replaced 1978 Van Daalen) by John Vroom, alterations —51/3; 53/8-10S, 12; 85/12

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, merged with Holy Cross (Lithuanian) Catholic Church to form Holy Cross/Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church—see Holy Cross (Lithuanian) Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immanuel Baptist Church, founded as Edina Place Baptist Church, later Wabash Avenue Baptist Church, later Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 554), burned 1881, replaced 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 570), burned 1891, rebuilt as Immanuel with 1891 Geo. Kilgen & Son—25/21 (Hook), 23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Hook/Johnson); 35/6 (Hook); 41/8; 70/13, 13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immanuel Lutheran Church, c. 1902 Hinners—13/12, 14SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immanuel Lutheran Church—see also Woodlawn Immanuel Lutheran Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Immanuel Swedish Lutheran Church, 1869 Johnson (opus 309), burned 1871—35/5; 40/4-5; 42/26, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Indiana Avenue Baptist Church, merged with First Baptist Church—see First Baptist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Irving Park Christian Church, 1928 relocation of c. 1923 Warren Gratian, built for Chicago, Illinois, University Church, Disciples of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ, merged 1927 with Memorial Church (a merger of Memorial Baptist Church and First Christian Church—see also Memorial Baptist Church, Memorial Church, Monumental Baptist Church), merged 1980 with South Community Church (a merger of South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church (1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 125, factory number 1378), 1869 Johnson (opus 295), c. 1895 W. W. Kimball, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 66, factory number 1315)—see also Forrestville Congregational Church, South Congregational Church), replaced at University Church 1928 Skinner (opus 685, keyboards replaced 1988)—66/11, 15-20SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Charles David Irwin residence, 1884 Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 133)—70/40

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Isaac Israel Temple, 1924 M. P. Möller (opus 3893)—69/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Jehovah Lutheran Church, Toledo Pipe Organ Company rebuild of Æolian organ from Bay City, Michigan, residence, 1965 Casavant console, rebuilt 1976 Berghaus—28/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kehilath Anshe Ma'ayriv Synagogue (a.k.a. K. A. M.), 1859 Wolfram & Haeckhel—35/5; 37/10-11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kenwood Evangelical Church, later Kenwood United Church of Christ, 1888 Steere & Turner (opus 268), replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 207), merged 1918 with Plymouth Congregational Church (see Plymouth Congregational Church)—58/18; 70/15, 18; 71/10-11SI (Steere & Turner/Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kenwood United Church of Christ (built as Kenwood Evangelical), 1888 Steere & Turner (opus 268), replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 207), merged 1918 with Plymouth Congregational Church (see Plymouth Congregational Church)—58/18; 70/15, 18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kimball Hall, 1891 W. W. Kimball, later in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Cecilia Catholic Church—30/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kimball Hall, c. 1897 W. W. Kimball—30/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kimball Hall, c. 1917 W. W. Kimball, replaced 1925, replaced 1941—25/11; 28/9

*Note:  Organ claimed to have been built for Kimball Hall in 1933 replaced 1940 now in Zion Evangelical United Church of Christ, Indianapolis, Indiana, altered Casavant and others, information in The American Organist, April 2000, page 94.

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Kimball Hall, Salon—12/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  La Salle Avenue Baptist Church, 1888 Hook & Hastings (opus 1397), founded as North Star Baptist Church, unknown, burned 1871—26/19; 42/25; 70/15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  La Salle Street Church, built as Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 18?? unknown—15/14, 34I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lake Shore Family Church, built as Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, building later Philadelphia Romanian Church of God—see Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lake View Presbyterian Church, 1898 Lyon & Healy opus 29 (factory number 1263), electrified 1950’s Nicholas Doerr, restorative repairs 2001 Bradford—75/12; 77/3; 79/12-15SI; 80/8; 85/21; 86/7-8

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lawndale Congregational Church, later Millard Congregational Church—see Millard Congregational Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Leavitt Street Congregational Church, 1887 Hook & Hastings (opus 1362)—23/19; 26/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lexington Avenue Baptist Church, now Woodlawn Baptist Church, 1902 Hook & Hastings (opus 1973)—23/22-23SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lincoln Park Congregational Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, founded as Fullerton Avenue Presbyterian Church, merged with Covenant Presbyterian Church, then known as Fullerton Covenant Presbyterian Church, merged with Christ Presbyterian Church and known as Lincoln Park Church, 1888 Johnson & Son organ (opus 690)—1/1; 2/1-4S; 9/5-6, 8, 11SI; 16/10; 24/11; 28/6, 15, 25, 38; 29/33; 58/9; 75/12; 97/5I; 98/22-23I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, founded as Ravenswood English Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1926 Henry Pilcher’s Sons (opus 1319), console replaced with used Austin—98/5-6S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lutheran School of Theology, 1981 Flentrop—16/20, 25SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, Martin Ott (built for Saint Louis, Missouri, Christ Seminary-Seminex, relocated 1983 to Chicago), relocated to headquarters of Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, replaced 2004 M. L. Bigelow & Co. (opus 31)—86/18-19SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lyon & Healy store, 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 419)—31/17

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lyon & Healy store, 1875 Johnson & Son (opus 461)—31/17

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lyon & Healy store, 1876 Johnson & Son (opus 468)—31/17

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Lyric Opera of Chicago, built as Chicago Civic Opera House, 1929 Skinner (opus 752), additions and used M. P. Möller console by amateurs, sold 1999 to Chicago, Illinois, Saint James Episcopal Cathedral for incorporation into organ by Bradford, including parts from 1920 Austin (opus 948) and 1961 Austin (opus 2368)—64/7-9SI (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mars Hill Missionary Baptist Church (built as Saint Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church, later Saint Lucy Catholic Church)—59/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Masonic Temple (Oakley and Madison), later Bethlehem Healing Temple—see Bethlehem Healing Temple

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mayfair Methodist Episcopal Church, founded as Montrose Methodist Episcopal Church, now Mayfair United Methodist Church—see Mayfair United Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mayfair United Methodist Church, founded as Montrose Methodist Episcopal Church, later Mayfair Methodist Episcopal Church, 1872 Johnson & Son organ (opus 386? built for Chicago, Illinois, Oriental Lodge), moved 1923 Coburn Organ Company, renovated 1984 J. C. Taylor—24/11; 27/24-29SI; 28/6, 23; 29/31-32S, 33-34 (insert); 58/9; 62/6; 64/5-6SI, 17-18; 79/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  David M. McCain residence, 1979 Douglas B. King—20/9 (insert) SPI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mediator Episcopal Church, church closed 2007, 1971-1974 Bill Murray—98/11-12SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Medinah Temple, built as Unity Church, now Scottish Rite Cathedral, 1868 Hook & Hastings (opus 471); 1875 Hook & Hastings (opus 794), 1912 building 1915 Austin (opus 558), removed to storage 2001 Austin—3/5S (Hook opus 794); 4/10 (Hook opus 794 erratum); 14/14 (Hook opus 471); 21/11 (opus 794); 23/10-12SI (opus 794); 24/11 (Hook opus 794/Austin); 25/3-12, 33SPI (Austin), 21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/20 (opus 794); 28/6 (Austin, Hook opus 794), 9 (Austin), 13 (Austin), 20 (Hook opus 794), 32 (Austin); 29/33-34 (Hook opus 794/Austin); 35/5 (Hook opus 471); 42/26-27, 30-31 (opus 471); 55/13-16S (both organs); 55/14; 56/20; 62/6-10SP (Austin, Hook, etc.); 63/4 (Austin); 64/4I (Austin); 65/5 (Austin); 66/5 (Austin); 67/5I (Austin); 69/5I (Austin); 70/4I (1875 Hook & Hastings); 71/20I (Austin); 72/4I (Austin); 78/8

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Memorial Church—55/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Memorial Baptist Church (perhaps founded as University Place Baptist Church, merged with First Christian Church to form Memorial Church, merged 1927 with University Church, Disciples of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ (merged 1980 with South Community Church, a 1975 merger of South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church—see also Forrestville Congregational Church) and Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ), c. 1923 Warren Gratian (sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church), replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), keyboards replaced 1988), 1869 Johnson & Son (opus 295, probably rebuilt from 1846 Thomas Appleton in Brooklyn Heights, New York, Church of the Pilgrims, for Chicago, Illinois, South Congregational Church), replaced c. 1903 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1583), building now Monumental Baptist Church, rebuilt 1945 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1055, chimes added 1948, opus 1055-A)—26/19 (Appleton/Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson); 40/3-4S (Johnson?); 61/5; 62/19, 23-25S; 66/11, 15-20SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Memorial Church, merger of First Christian Church and Memorial Baptist Church, merged 1927 with University Church, Disciples of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ, merged 1980 with South Community Church (a 1975 merger of South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church—see also Forrestville Congregational Church) and Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ), c. 1923 Warren Gratian (sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church), replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), keyboards replaced 1988), at Memorial Baptist Church, 1869 Johnson & Son (opus 295, probably rebuilt from 1846 Thomas Appleton in Brooklyn Heights, New York, Church of the Pilgrims, for Chicago, Illinois, South Congregational Church, also at South Church, c. 1895 W. W. Kimball, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 66, factory number 1315), building demolished 1998, Lyon & Healy in storage in Wisconsin), replaced c. 1903 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1583), building now Monumental Baptist Church, rebuilt 1945 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1055, chimes added 1948, opus 1055-A)—26/19 (Appleton/Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson); 40/3-4S (Johnson?); 61/5; 62/19, 23-25S; 66/11, 15-20SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Messiah Lutheran Church, 1972 Schlicker—12/2; 19/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Messiah Unitarian Church—see Unitarian Church of the Messiah

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church, built as Forty-First Street Presbyterian, merged with First Presbyterian Church, sold to Metropolitan Community Church, sold to Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church—see Metropolitan Community Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Metropolitan Community Church, built as Forty-First Street Presbyterian Church. Later First Presbyterian Church, 1872 Hook & Hastings (opus 649), 1912 Coburn & Taylor (rebuild—rebuilt by Casavant (1106) for Beach Bluff, Massachusetts, residence of H. R. Austin, now in Saint Matthew Roman Catholic Church, Central Falls, Rhode Island), 1923 Skinner (opus 348), sold 2003 to Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church —20/18 (Hook); 25/21 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook & Hastings); 28/13 (Hook & Hastings); 35/5 (Hall & Labagh), 8-12 (pre-organ); 36/10-12 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15 (Hall & Labagh); 42/26, 30-31 (Hall & Labagh); 58/14-16S; 60/18; 62/10; 69/20 (Skinner); 70/43 (Skinner); 74/16-17I (Skinner), 22 (Hook & Hastings); 77/3 (Skinner); 78/4 (Rutz); 79/3 (Rutz); 80/4 (Rutz); 86/21-22I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 554), burned 1881, replaced 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 570), burned 1891, rebuilt as Immanuel Baptist Church with 1891 Geo. Kilgen & Son, founded as Edina Place Baptist Church, later Wabash Avenue Baptist Church—25/21 (Hook), 23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Hook/Johnson); 35/6 (Hook); 41/8; 70/13, 15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Michigan Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, 1858 Johnson (opus 75) from Wabash Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church—26/19, 23 (1858 Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson opus 75); 55/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Millard Avenue Baptist Church, c. 1900 W. W. Kimball, later Iglesia Nueva Communidad, demolished c. 1997-1998—30/24-26SI; 63/5-6, 8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Millard Congregational Church, founded as Lawndale Congregational Church, 1893 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 356, built for Chicago, Illinois, Fifth Presbyterian Church), work by Paul Beiber (?), building c. 1997-1998 became Iglesia Advantista del Septimo Dia Hispanico America, Steere moved 1996 to Madison, Wisconsin, Luther Memorial Lutheran Church by J. C. Taylor—23/3-6I (insert); 24/11; 25/21; 26/18; 28/6, 28; 29/33; 30/26; 63/6-7SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Montrose Methodist Episcopal Church, later Mayfair Methodist Episcopal Church, now Mayfair United Methodist Church—see Mayfair United Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Monumental Baptist Church, built as Memorial Baptist Church, c. 1903 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1583), rebuilt 1945 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1055), chimes added 1948, Æolian-Skinner opus 1055-A—40/3-4S (Johnson?); 61/5; 62/19, 23-25S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Dwight L. Moody Church, W. W. Kimball—30/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Moseley Mission Sabbath School, 1867 Pilcher Bros. (opus 88)—35/5; 39/3-4S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mount Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, built as Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, later Art Smith residence—see Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mount Vernon Baptist Church, built as Saint Timothy Episcopal Church, 1914 Austin (opus 471, built for Forest Park, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran, replaced by 1954 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1235), gone)—61/15-18S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mount Zion Baptist Church, merged 1861 with Zoar Baptist Church, founded as Xenia Baptist Church, to form Olivet Baptist Church—see Olivet Baptist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mundelein College (later Loyola University), Auditorium, Geo. Kilgen & Son—87/15I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Music of the Baroque, 1984 Berghaus—28/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Nazareth Lutheran Church, 1976 Berghaus—28/36

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New Church Temple (Swedenborgian), unknown—25/23; 26/20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New England Congregational Church, 1863 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 321), burned 1871, replaced unknown, replaced 1875 Hook & Hastings (opus 809)—25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/19; 28/13 (opus 321); 35/5; 37/13, 15-16; 42/25, 30-31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New Fellowship United Methodist Church, merger of West Pullman United Methodist Church (1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448) and Saint Stephen United Methodist Church (1911 Estey opus 849, building later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church) using West Pullman facility, merged 2002 with South Deering United Methodist Church and Pullman United Methodist Church (1882 Steere & Turner opus 170) to form Greenstone United Methodist Church, using Pullman facility—76/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New First Congregational Church, built as Union Park Congregational Church (merger with First Congregational), 1927 W. W. Kimball (opus 6949), replaced 1871 Hook & Hastings (opus 578), which replaced 1868 Johnson (opus 243), burned 1869, building now First Baptist Congregational Church, chapel, built for Chicago Theological Seminary, houses façade to 1901 Hook & Hastings (opus 1879), became chapel in 1927 to Union Park, New First, and First Baptist Congregational Churches—3/1, 6-10S (Kimball); 4/3-5, 12SI (1901 Hook); 5/4-5, 9S (1901 Hook); 22/4, 7 (Kimball); 23/10 (Hook/Kimball), 20 (Chapel); 24/11 (Kimball); 26/19 (Hook); 28/4, 6, 29I (Kimball); 29/33 (Hook & Hastings/Kimball); 35/4-6 (Hook, Johnson); 39/8 (Johnson/Hook & Hastings); 41/18-21S (Hook & Hastings); 42/28 (Hook & Hastings), 31 (Johnson); 75/12; 77/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New Hope House of Prayer, built as Sixth Presbyterian Church, 1875 merger of Ninth Presbyterian Church and Grace Presbyterian Church, merged 1918 with First Presbyterian Church (see also First Presbyterian Church), building sold to Grace Presbyterian Church (!), later merged with Sixth Presbyterian Church (!) to form Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church—see Sixth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New Jerusalem Swedenborgian Church (1863), Roberts (erroneously listed as Edwards or Nichols), burned 1871—35/5; 37/18-22SI; 38/3S; 42/26, 31; 98/22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, built as South Congregational Church, c. 1895 W. W. Kimball, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 66, factory number 1315), now in Appleton, Wisconsin (in storage)—40/4; 61/4-5SI (Lyon & Healy)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Newsboy Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1917 Austin (opus 681), additions 1922 Austin (opus 681-A), combined 1950 with First Church of Christ, Scientist, retained First Church name, building now Saint John Baptist Temple—62/25; 65/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ninth Presbyterian Church, merged 1875 with Grace Presbyterian Church to form Sixth Presbyterian Church, merged 1918 with First Presbyterian Church—see Sixth Presbyterian Church and First Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Baptist Church, 1866 Chant, burned 1871—35/6; 42/20, 25-26, 32; 70/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Presbyterian Church, 1865 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 65), merged with Westminster Presbyterian Church to form Fourth Presbyterian Church, burned 1871, replaced 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 436, moved c. 1912 to Chicago, Illinois, Christ Presbyterian Church, destroyed 1967), replaced 1913 Skinner (opus 210), replaced 1970 Roderer(sold 1971 to Palos Park, Illinois, Transfiguration Episcopal Church), replaced 1970 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1516), rebuilt 1994 Goulding & Wood—26/19 (Johnson), 23 (Pilcher); 28/9, 13, 14 (Skinner), 40 (Roderer); 35/5 (Pilcher); 38/7-8S (Pilcher); 42/26-27, 30, 31 (Pilcher)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Shore Baptist Church, 1922 Austin Organ Company (opus 1075), rebuilt 2002 Fabry—92/9-13SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Shore Congregational Church, 1906 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1621), removed 1987—43/34

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Star Baptist Church, unknown, burned 1871, rebuilt as La Salle Avenue Baptist Church, 1888 Hook & Hastings (opus 1397)—26/19; 42/25; 70/15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  North Side Synagogue, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Northwestern University, Thorne Hall, W. W. Kimball (1932?), removed 1982—28/9; 30/15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Norwegian Lutheran Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Notre Dame Catholic Church, 1868 Pilcher Bros. (opus 91), replaced late 19th century Kilgen, replaced 1925 Casavant (opus 1093), also Wicks (built for lower church, now in upper church)—35/5 (Pilcher); 39/9 (Pilcher Bros./Kilgen); 50/6, 11-12S (Casavant/Wicks); 51/17-18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Oakland Congregational Church, unknown, burned 1871—25/21; 35/6; 42/20; 66/16

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church, congregation merged 1920’s with Saint James Methodist Episcopal Church in Kenwood neighborhood, building now Blackwell Memorial AME Zion Church, 1887 Johnson & Son (opus 680)—26/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Olivet Baptist Church, founded as Xenia Baptist Church, later Zoar Baptist Church, merged 1861 with Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1906 M. P. Möller opus 675, later building built as First Baptist Church, 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 588), which replaced 1867 Johnson (opus 216), rebuilt 1871 Ira Bassett, burned 1874, which replaced 1857 House (burned 1871), rebuilt 1924 M. P. Möller (opus 3624), burned 1940, replaced 1947 M. P. Möller (opus 7480)—14/14 (1867 Johnson/Bassett); 25/21, 22 (1867 Johnson/Bassett), 23 (1882 Johnson); 26/19 (Johnsons/Bassett); 28/13 (both Johnsons); 35/5 (House, 1867 Johnson); 37/4-5 (House); 38/12-19S (1867 Johnson): 41/12-13 (1867 Johnson); 42/20, 22, 31 (House and 1867 Johnson); 70/5-9, 22-23SPI (Johnson/Möllers); 71/10; 72/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Olivet Presbyterian Church, 1868 Johnson (opus 246), merged 1871 with Second Presbyterian Church—25/21; 35/5; 39/8; 42/30; 55/5-6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Orchard Street Presbyterian Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Orchestra Hall, now Symphony Center, 1904 Lyon & Healy (opus 164, factory number 1417), replaced 1981 M. P. Möller (opus 11427), console rebuilt 1995 Fabry, rebuilt 1997 Casavant—25/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Oriental Lodge, 1863 Pilcher Bros. (opus 56), sold to Peoria, Illinois, New Jerusalem Church, replaced 1867 Johnson (opus 237), burned 1871, replaced 1872 Johnson (opus 386), moved (?) 1923 to Chicago, Illinois, Mayfair Methodist Church by Coburn Organ Company, renovated 1984 by J. C. Taylor—24/11 (1872 Johnson); 25/21 (1867 Johnson); 27/24-29SI (both Johnsons); 28/6, 23; 29/31-32S, 33-34 (insert, Johnson opus 386); 35/5 (Pilcher); 37/17-18; 38/19; 42/31; 62/6 (1872 Johnson); 64/5-6SI, 17-18; 79/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Lady, Help of Christians Catholic Church, 1919 Hinners, replaced 1953 Kilgen Organ Company, closed 2005—86/9-10, 12-13S (Kilgen)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Lady of Frechou, Mother of Mercy and Mother of the Church, a.k.a. Fraternite Notre Dame, built as Austin Methodist Episcopal Church—see Austin Methodist Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 1910 Weickhardt, rebuilt 1932 Wicks (opus 1121)—86/10-11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Lady of Solace Catholic Church, 1923 Austin (opus 1196), now closed, console now at Chicago, Illinois, Saint Laurence Catholic Church—50/6, 10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Lady of Sorrows Church, later Our Lady of Sorrows Basilica—see Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrows

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Saviour (Norwegian) Lutheran Church (1871)—35/6; 42/20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Saviour Episcopal Church—see also Church of Our Saviour, Episcopal

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Our Saviour (Episcopal or Lutheran?), 1865 G. Andrews—35/5; 38/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Park Avenue Methodist Church, 1871 Johnson & Son (opus 353), replaced 1892 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 342)—35/6; 41/21

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Philadelphia Romanian Church of God, built as Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, later Lake Shore Family Church—see Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Plymouth Congregational Church, 1871 Erben, rebuilt c. 1875 Johnson & Son (no opus number) or Bassett?, possibly replaced 1880’s S. S. Hamill, 1912 building had 1912 Coburn, rebuilt 1916 L. D. Morris, sold 1918 to First Baptist Church, congregation merged c. 1918 with Kenwood Evangelical Church, now Kenwood United Church of Christ, Morris rebuilt 1961, replaced 1964 M. P. Möller (opus 9964)—26/19; 35/6 (Erben); 38/15 (Johnson & Son); 41/14-18S (both organs); 66/16; 70/15-18 (Erben/Johnson & Son/Morris/Möller); 71/10; 72/6I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Precious Blood Catholic Church, 1923 W. W. Kimball, closed 2005—86/9-10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Presentation Catholic Church, 1912 Casavant (South Haven opus 5), closed 2005—86/9-10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  George Pullman residence, 1896 W. W. Kimball—30/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Pullman Palace Car Company Church, later Presbyterian Church, later Pullman United Methodist Church—see Pullman (Greenstone) United Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Pullman (Greenstone) United Methodist Church, built as Pullman Palace Car Company Church, later Presbyterian Church, 1882 Steere & Turner (opus 170), rebuilt Kurt Roderer (1968), merged 2002 with New Fellowship United Methodist Church (a merger of West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, using West Pullman facility, and Saint Stephen United Methodist Church, 1911 Estey opus 849, building later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church) and South Deering United Methodist Church, to form Greenstone United Methodist Church, using Pullman facility—17/3-7SI; 18/20 (insert); 24/11; 28/6, 26; 29/33; 53/6-7S; 54/9; 56/21; 58/21; 60/17; 62/29; 64/13; 67/15, 21; 68/37I; 72/3I; 74/19; 75/7, 9; 76/4 (merger), 8-9, 23 (Convention); 77/27; 80/7; 82/22; 84/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Queen of Angels Catholic Church, 1925 M. P. Möller (opus 4174) for lower church, 1939 M. P. Möller (opus 6752) for upper church—82/7, 13-17SI (both organs); 83/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Queen’s Theatre, Wirsching—17/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1855 unknown, burned 1871, replacement possibly 1893 Lyon & Healy, built for Chicago, Illinois, 1893 World’s Fair (Columbian Exposition) (?), burned 1953, rebuilt William Delle—13/8-9, 13SI (Delle); 17/11, 14-15, 37; 18/11; 35/5; 36/8-9; 42/31; 78/3I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Railroad Chapel (Presbyterian), 1864 unknown, burned 1871, later 1891 Wirsching Church Organ Company—17/6; 35/5; 38/6; 42/31; 70/34; 71/12-13SI (Wirsching)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  William L. Randall residence, 1869 Henry Pilcher (opus 122)—35/5; 40/6S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ravenswood Evangelical Church, founded as Saint John Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical and Reformed Church, later Ravenswood United Church of Christ—see Ravenswood United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois Ravenswood Evangelical and Reformed Church, founded as Saint John Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood United Church of Christ—see Ravenswood United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ravenswood Presbyterian Church, 1916 Casavant South Haven opus 38, rebuilt 1959 Casavant (opus 2564)—77/3, 12-14SI (both Casavants); 78/28

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Ravenswood United Church of Christ, founded as Saint John Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical and Reformed Church, 1924 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3302)—87/6-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Redeemer Episcopal Church, unknown, replaced 1905 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 106), rebuilt 1916 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 457), rebuilt 1921 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 614), church merged with Saint Paul Episcopal Church to form Saint Paul and the Redeemer Episcopal Church (see also Saint Paul Episcopal Church)—70/5, 26-28S (Hillgreen-Lane)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Redeemer Universalist—see Church of the Redeemer, Universalist

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Reed’s Temple of Music, 1865 Pilcher (opus 66), sold to Chicago, Illinois, Holy Family Catholic Church—14/14; 35/5; 38/8S (Pilcher); 42/19S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Rockefeller Chapel—see University of Chicago, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Rogers Park Congregational Church, later United Church of Rogers Park—see United Church of Rogers Park

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Rogers Park Presbyterian Church, 1916 unknown, replaced 1927 Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling, 1988 alterations John Wesche—65/15, 19-22, 28SI (Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling); 67/16

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Roosevelt University, Auditorium Theatre, built as Chicago Auditorium, 1889-1890 Frank Roosevelt (opus 400)—15/20, 31; 16/14; 17/27, 29, 38; 19/17; 20/16, 18; 25/4, 8; 62/6; 74/22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Roseland Presbyterian Church (founded as First Presbyterian Church of Roseland), 1911 M. P. Möller (opus 1301), rebuilt 1914 Möller (opus 1709), replaced 1960 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1354)—74/3-7SI (Möller/Æolian-Skinner); 75/13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Wiener Bros.—24/20 (insert)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Agatha Catholic Church, 1925 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3383)—86/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church, 1959 Casavant (opus 2539), built for Bay City, Michigan, Madison Avenue Methodist Church, relocated to Chicago, Illinois, First Saint Paul Lutheran Church (replaced Lancashire-Marshall, replaced 1972 Schlicker), then to Saint Alphonsus—15/36-37 (Lancashire-Marshall/Casavant/Schlicker); 63/2 (Casavant)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Ambrose Catholic Church, 1925 Austin (opus 1297)—50/5, 7S; 58/19-20S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Andrew Catholic Church, 1932 Kilgen (opus 4946)—28/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Anselm Catholic Church, Kilgen (opus 3360)—50/5, 8S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Ansgarius (Swedish) Episcopal Church, 1856 unknown, replaced 1871 Pilcher Bros. (opus 132)—35/5-6; 36/8; 42/20, 25, 31-32

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Augustine Catholic Church, 1905 William Schuelke, replaced 1929 Welte-Tripp, church closed 1990, demolished; organ sold to Zion, Illinois, Christian Catholic Church, rebuilt Fabry—20/3-8 (cover)SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Barbara Catholic Church, unknown, rebuilt 1998 David Skinner —50/5-6, 9S; 94/14-17SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church, unknown, rebuilt 1979-1980 Walter Whitehouse—3/6, 10-11S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Bartholomew Catholic Church, 1937 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 5901)—98/8-10SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Basil Catholic Church, 1913 M. P. Möller (opus 1496), 1926 Reuter (opus 185), removed c. 1990, church demolished 1998, merged with Visitation Cathoilc Church to form Saint Basil-Visitation Catholic Church, see also Visitation Catholic Church, 1910 Casavant (opus 427), replaced 1929 Austin (opus 1670), Casavant moved 1929 to Cicero, Illinois, Mary, Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, rebuilt 1954 Casavant (opus 2281), altered 1970’s D. S. Wentz, restoration ongoing 1990’s Michael Perrault—63/4-5S (Reuter); 66/11-15SI; 67/8, 18 (Visitation)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Basil-Visitation Catholic Church, merger of Saint Basil Catholic Church and Visitation Catholic Church, Saint Basil Catholic Church, 1913 M. P. Möller (opus 1496), 1926 Reuter (opus 185), removed c. 1990, church demolished 1998, Visitation Catholic Church, 1910 Casavant (opus 427), replaced 1929 Austin (opus 1670), Casavant moved 1929 to Cicero, Illinois, Mary, Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, rebuilt 1954 Casavant (opus 2281), altered 1970’s D. S. Wentz, restoration ongoing 1990’s Michael Perrault—63/4-5S (Reuter); 66/11-15SI; 67/8, 18 (Visitation)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Boniface Catholic Church, 1866 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 70), built for Sycamore, Illinois, First Congregational Church (replaced 1867 Pilcher Bros. opus 79), moved to Saint Boniface (1868), replaced 1907 Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt (opus 89?), possibly rebuilt H. B. Harrison, also possible work by William Delle, church closed c. 1990, relocated by Berghaus to Northlake, Illinois, Saint John Baptist Vianney Catholic Church, replacing 1966 Charles A. Wiener—15/4, 6-7SI; 35/5; 39/12S (Pilcher opus 70); 64/9-12SI (both organs)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Cajetan Catholic Church, 1929 M. P. Möller (opus 5563), built for Chicago, Illinois, Saint Clement Catholic Church (which replaced 1918 Unknown, replaced 1983 Casavant (opus 3557), enlarged and moved to Saint Cajetan by Bradford Organ Company (Prairie), c. 1983—28/6, 16 (Casavant), 39 (Möller); 29/33 (Casavant)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, merged 1990 with Assumption BVM Catholic Church (West Pullman) to form Assumption BVM/Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, closed 2002, 1923 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3252)—75/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Cecilia Catholic Church, 1891 W. W. Kimball originally in Chicago, Illinois, Kimball Hall—30/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Chrysostom Episcopal Church, 1897 W. W. Kimball—30/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Clara Catholic Church, merged 1969 with Saint Cyril Catholic Church to form Saint Clara-Saint Cyril Catholic Church, congregation merged 1990 with Holy Cross Catholic Church (64th and Maryland) to form Saint Gelasius Catholic Church, 1925 M. P. Möller (opus 4210), burned 1976, closed 2002—69/19; 70/48; 71/18-20SI; 75/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Clara-Saint Cyril Catholic Church, 1969 merger of Saint Clara Catholic Church and Saint Cyril Catholic Church, merged 1990 with Holy Cross Catholic Church (64th and Maryland) to form Saint Gelasius Catholic Church, closed 2002—see Saint Clara Catholic Church and Holy Cross Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Clement Catholic Church, 1983 Casavant (opus 3557), replaced 1929 M. P. Möller (opus 5563, enlarged by Bradford Organ Company (Prairie), now in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Cajetan Catholic Church), replaced 1918 Unknown—28/6, 16 (Casavant), 39 (Möller); 29/33 (Casavant)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Clement Episcopal Church, 1884 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 146), moved 1892 to Decatur, Illinois, Saint John Episcopal Church, which replaced 1884 Pilcher, which replaced Jardine, Roosevelt rebuilt by Reuter—25/23; 26/19; 32/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Columbanus Catholic Church, 1925 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3309)—87/1I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Cyril Catholic Church, merged 1969 with Saint Clara Catholic Church to form Saint Clara-Saint Cyril Catholic Church, renamed 1990’s Saint Gelasius Catholic Church—see Saint Clara Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Dominic Catholic Church, 1922 Hinners, restored 1983-1984 Bradford (Prairie)—15/34-35SI; 24/11; 28/6, 21, 39; 42/18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Ethelreda Catholic Church, 1927 Geo. Kilgen & Son opus 3899, closed 2007—96/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Finbarr Catholic Church, Wiener Bros.—24/20 (insert)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Francis Catholic Church, unknown—26/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Gabriel Catholic Church, 1916 Austin (opus 664), burned 1949 and 1952, rebuilt 1953 William Delle, including pipework from Chicago, Illinois, Cathedral of the Holy Name (?)—62/19, 21-23S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Gall Catholic Church, 1957 Austin Organs, Inc. (opus 2266)—94/8-11SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Gelasius Catholic Church, 1990’s merger of former Saint Clara-Saint Cyril Catholic Church, a 1969 merger of Saint Clara Catholic Church and Saint Cyril Catholic Church, and Holy Cross Catholic Church, closed 2002—see Saint Clara Catholic Church and Holy Cross Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint George Catholic Church, 1903 Lyon & Healy (?), rebuilt Wiener Bros.—24/20 (insert)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Gregory Catholic Church, 1906 unknown, replaced 1925 M. P. Möller (opus 4371), since rebuilt and later rendered unplayable—79/3-10SI (Möller)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Hedwig Catholic Church—56/4-5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Ignatius Catholic Church, 1912 Casavant (South Haven opus 2), replaced 1924 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3319, 4408, and 5217), 1977 alterations Rev. Jim Serrick, restoration, 1990’s Brian Du Sell, Jerry Kinsella, David Wigton, American Organ Supply—65/15-19, 28SI (Kilgen); 67/16 (Kilgen); 87/6, 11-14SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Ita Catholic Church, 1950 Wicks (opus 2907), rebuilt 2002 H. A. Howell Pipe Organs, Inc.—50/3-4S; 51/4-21S, 22; 67/8-9I; 78/4P

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint James Catholic Church, 1871 Pilcher Bros. (opus 125), replaced by 1891 Frank Roosevelt (opus 494)—10/5 (Roosevelt); 11/4 (insert) (Roosevelt); 13/3-5SI (Roosevelt); 14/8 (Roosevelt); 15/20 (Roosevelt); 18/16S (insert); 24/11 (Roosevelt); 28/6, 12, 14, 31 (Roosevelt); 29/33 (Roosevelt); 35/6 (Pilcher); 42/19S (Pilcher); 53/5; 54/12, 16-17S (both organs); 56/20; 75/2 (recording), 15; 76/33-34 (Convention); 77/16 (compact disc)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint James Episcopal Church, now Cathedral, 1837 Erben, replaced 1857 Hall & Labagh (moved to Chicago, Illinois, Epiphany Episcopal Church?), replaced 1870 Johnson (opus 334), burned 1871, replaced 1875 Johnson (opus 456), rebuilt 1903 Marshall-Bennett (opus 156), replaced 1920 Austin (opus 948), rebuilt 1961 Austin (opus 2368), since altered, console replaced with 1930 Skinner (opus 818, built for Los Angeles, California, UCLA, Royce Hall), 1999 purchase of 1929 Skinner (opus 752, built for Chicago, Illinois, Chicago Civic Opera House, later Lyric Opera of Chicago), for instrument by Bradford, chapel housed (1912 and/or 1914?) Estey (opus 1123 and/or 1211), now gone—14/14 (1870 Johnson); 15/8-13, 15SI (both Johnsons, Austin, Estey); 25/21, 23 (both Johnsons); 26/19 (Hall & Labagh/Johnson); 28/9 (Austin), 13, 14 (Hall & Labagh/both Johnsons, both Austins); 35/4-15 (I)(Erben, Hall & Labagh, Johnson); 36/11-13 (Hall & Labagh); 37/3-4 (Hall & Labagh/Johnson); 42/25, 28-31 (1870 Johnson); 42/31 (Erben); 42/31 (Hall & Labagh); 64/7-9SI (Skinner); 71/15 (Johnson); 74/23 (Johnson/Austin)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint James Lutheran Church, 1982 Berghaus—28/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, built as Saint Stephen Methodist Episcopal Church (1911 Estey opus 849, merged with West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, to form New Fellowship United Methodist Church, merged 2002 with Pullman United Methodist Church (1882 Steere & Turner opus 170) and South Deering United Methodist Church to form Greenstone United Methodist Church, using Pullman facility), building later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church—76/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint James United Methodist Church, 1920’s merger of Saint James Methodist Episcopal Church and Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915 Casavant, burned 1925, replaced 1926 (opus 1130) Casavant Organs—58/4, 10-14S; 60/18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Jerome Catholic Church, 1929 Austin Organ Co. (opus 1679)—92/1, 23SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Assyrian American Apostolic Church, built as Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1888 Johnson & Son (opus 689), Covenant merged with Fullerton Presbyterian and Christ Presbyterian to form Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, see also Christ Presbyterian Church and Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, church demolished Johnson sold to Eldon Cunningham, Fort Wayne, Indiana—9/5

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Baptist Temple, built as Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, later First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1917 Austin (opus 681), 1922 Austin additions—62/25; 65/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Cantius (Polish) Catholic Church, 1900 A. B. Felgemaker & Co. (opus 723), replaced 1920's Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3118, additions opus 3932), rebuilt mid-1990's Daniel Bogue & Associates, also, unknown 19th century, restored mid 1990's Paul Szymkowski—52/6, 12-14S (Felgemaker, Kilgen, and Bogue), 20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Catholic Church, 1868 Pilcher Bros. (opus 96 and 119)—35/5; 39/13-14S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Episcopal Church, 1861 Unknown—35/5; 37/13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical Church, later Ravenswood Evangelical and Reformed Church, later Ravenswood United Church of Christ—see Ravenswood United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John Fisher Catholic Church, hybrid, from Evanston, Illinois, William H. Barnes residence—17/38; 28/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint John of God Catholic Church, 1937 M. P. Möller (opus 6317)—24/22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 1855 Wolfram, burned 1871, replaced 1900 Lancashire-Marshall, rebuilt 1930's Charles Wiener, destroyed 1973, replaced 1998 with 1892 Hutchings (opus 269), built for Cambridgeport (now Cambridge), Massachusetts, Prospect Street Congregational Church (later Prospect Street Church), relocated through Organ Clearing House, moved and restored by Bradford—35/6 (Wolfram); 42/20, 26, 30-32 (Wolfram); 63/16-18SI; 67/20I (Hutchings, Lancashire-Marshall façade); 68/38-39I; 75/12

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Josephat Catholic Church, Schaefer, replaced 1925 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 3386), rebuilt 1950 unknown, 2004 Bradford relocation of 1872 William A. Johnson (opus 386), previously in Chicago, Illinois, Mayfair United Methodist Church—3/1-3S; 45/7S; 93/1, 6-10SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Lawrence Catholic Church, closed 2002, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 39, factory number 1274), replaced 1928 Austin (opus 1588), console from 1923 Austin (opus 1196), from Chicago, Illinois, Our Lady of Solace Catholic Church (closed 1980’s)—50/6, 10S; 75/3-5SI (Austin)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Leo the Great Catholic Church, unknown—75/5-6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Louis Catholic Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Louis Catholic Church, 1852 Helmkamp, sold to Chicago, Illinois, Saint Peter Catholic Church (1868), replaced at Saint Peter with 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 582)—25/23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 29/5 (Helmkamp); 35/5 (Helmkamp); 36/3 (Helmkamp)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Lucy Catholic Church (built as Saint Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church, later merged with Oak Park, Illinois, Saint Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church, building now Mars Hill Missionary Baptist Church), 1934 Kilgen (opus 5415)—59/3; 81/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Malachy Catholic Church, 1930 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 4518), enlarged 1931 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 4632)—86/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mark Lutheran Church, M. P. Möller, rebuilt 1970 Berghaus—28/37

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church, later Saint Martin de Porres Church, 1900 moving and rebuild of 1880 Johnson & Son (opus 543, built for Chicago, Illinois, Central Music Hall), rebuilt by Coburn & Taylor, rebuilt 1920’s Wiener Bros., D. S. Wentz installed console from 1911 Casavant (opus 454, built for Chicago, Illinois, Sinai Temple, rebuilt 1951 Wicks), sold 1982 to Overland Park, Michigan, Holy Trinity Church (Saint Martin closed c. 1990)—16/12-21SI; 24/20 (Wiener); 25/21, 23 (Central); 26/20 (Central); 86/1I (unknown)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church, founded as Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church—see Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, later Cathedral, Erben (c. 1845), burned 1871—35/5, 11-12, 15; 36/4; 37/6; 42/26, 30-31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—34/9

 

Chicago, Illinois: Saint Mary of Nazareth Hospital Chapel, later in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Wenceslaus (Polish) Catholic Church, 1934 Wicks (opus 1235), rebuilt 1991 Wicks for Darien, Illinois, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church—52/6, 17-19S (both organs), 21; 98/4-5SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mary of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church, 1928 Austin (opus 1602)/1949 Æolian-Skinner (console, opus 1195), restoration by Berghaus—58/4-9S; 60/18; 64/16; 72/5I; 75/9; 76/26-27 (Convention)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mary of the Angels (Polish) Catholic Church, 1920 W. W. Kimball, console D. S. Wentz, ongoing restoration Berghaus—3/1-2S; 30/12, 26I; 52/6, 15-16S, 20-21; 75/12; 77/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Mary of the Lake Catholic Church, W. W. Kimball, replaced Kilgen, rebuilt and/or replaced—87/6, 8-20SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Matthew Lutheran Church, c. 1863-1871 Pilcher (?), replaced c. 1878 or 1888 Jackson, rebuilt 1970 Berghaus—16/8-9SI; 28/35-36

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Matthias Catholic Church, 1929 M. P. Möller (opus 5649)—82/7, 17-21SI; 83/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Michael Catholic Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Patrick Catholic Church, 1858 Erben, replaced c. 1873 William Pilcher, replaced 1914 Austin—35/5 (Erben); 37/6; 62/6 (Austin)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul and the Redeemer Episcopal Church, merger of Saint Paul Episcopal Church and Redeemer Episcopal Church—see Saint Paul Episcopal Church and Redeemer Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Catholic Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Catholic Church, 1900 W. W. Kimball, rebuilt Wiener Bros.—16/6-7SI; 24/20 (insert)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Community Church, built as Saint Paul Norwegian Lutheran Church—see Saint Paul Norwegian Lutheran Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, unknown, replaced 1915 Austin (opus 579), burned 1956, replaced 1958 M. P. Möller (opus 8516), built as opus 8443 for San Francisco, California, American Guild of Organists National Convention, relocated and rebuilt as opus 8516 for New York City, New York, Saint Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, studio of Ernest White, to be replaced 2003 Pasi—70/5, 23-33SPI (Austin/Möller); 71/21S (Pasi); 72/6; 86/16-18SI (Pasi)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Evangelical Church, later Saint Paul First Evangelical and Reformed Church, now Saint Paul United Church of Christ—see Saint Paul United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, unknown (1854), burned 1871, congregation later Saint Paul Evangelical and Reformed Church, now Saint Paul United Church of Christ, see also Saint Paul United Church of Christ—35/5; 36/8; 42/25, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul First Evangelical and Reformed Church, founded as Saint Paul Evangelical Church, now Saint Paul United Church of Christ—see Saint Paul United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul German Lutheran Church, unknown (1854), burned 1871, congregation later Saint Paul Lutheran (Missouri Synod), now First Saint Paul Lutheran Church, Lancashire-Marshall, replaced 1959 Casavant (opus 2539, built for Bay City, Michigan, Madison Avenue Methodist Church, now in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church), replaced in new building 1972 Schlicker—15/36-37 (Lancashire-Marshall/Casavant/Schlicker); 35/5 (unknown); 36/8 (unknown); 42/25, 31 (unknown)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Norwegian Lutheran Church, later Saint Paul Community Church, 1906 Austin (opus 172), altered Berghaus, closed 2007—75/12; 98/12-14S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Reformed Episcopal Church, built as Third Presbyterian Church, 1858 Jardine, (Third Church moved to new building housed 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 509), replaced 1885 Johnson & Son (opus 636), burned 1959), new church constructed c. 1885, retaining Jardine, building now West Side Community Church—25/21 (Jardine); 26/19 (Jardine/Johnsons); 35/4-5 (Jardine); 37/6-9 (Jardine/1878 Johnson); 71/13-16SI (Johnsons)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul United Church of Christ, founded as Saint Paul Evangelical Church, later Saint Paul First Evangelical and Reformed Church, 1898 Johnson & Son (opus 860), replaced 1936 Wangerin, replaced 1954 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1281), burned 1955, replaced 1957 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1328), see also Saint Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church and Saint Paul First Evangelical and Reformed Church—2/4 (Johnson); 28/15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Paul Universalist Church, Erben (1857), burned 1871, replaced 1875 Odell (opus 141), rebuilt 1892 Bassett)—25/23 (Odell); 26/20 (Odell/Bassett); 35/5; 36/9-10P; 42/26, 30, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Peter Canisius Catholic Church, 1930 M. P. Möller (opus 5688), closed 2007—96/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Peter Catholic Church, 1852 Helmkamp, built for Chicago, Illinois, Saint Louis Catholic Church, moved to Saint Peter 1868, replaced 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 582)—25/23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 29/5 (Helmkamp); 35/5 (Helmkamp); 36/3 (Helmkamp)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Peter Lutheran Church, 1869 Pilcher Bros. (opus 120)—35/5; 40/5-6S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Philip Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), 1929 Bennett Organ Company (Opus 1033), replaced 1963 Holtkamp Organ Company (job number 1788)—98/6-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Philip Neri Catholic Church, 1920’s Wangerin Art Pipe Organ Company (opus 324)—74/3, 11-13SI; 75/13

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Richard of Chichester Episcopal Church, 1963 Richard Noehren—90/7-9SPI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Rita of Cascia Catholic Church, 1949 Geo. Kilgen & Son—94/5-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Simon (Episcopal) Mission, building later All Angels Episcopal Mission, later Buddhist Temple of Chicago, 1905 Lyon & Healy (opus 174, factory number 1428), later in Evanston, Illinois, Saint Andrew Episcopal Church, 2001 restorative repairs Bradford Organ Company and Chicago-Midwest Chapter Organ Historical Society—19/4-5SI; 65/15, 26-29SI; 67/16; 72/4I; 73/10-11I; 75/12; 77/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Stanislaus Kostka (Polish) Catholic Church, 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 553), rebuilt 1927 Wicks (opus 727), console rebuilt 1960's Delle—25/23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Johnson); 52/6-10S (both organs), 20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Stephen Church of God in Christ, built as Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1917 Skinner (opus 281), broken up for parts 1999 Organ Clearing House—66/5-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Stephen Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1871 Pilcher Bros. (opus 129)—35/6; 42/19-20S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Stephen Methodist Episcopal Church (merged with West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, using West Pullman facility, merged 2002 with South Deering United Methodist Church and Pullman United Methodist Church, 1882 Steere & Turner opus 170, to form Greenstone United Methodist Church, using Pullman facility), later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church—76/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Church, 1935 Kilgen organ (opus 5287), possibly built for Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1934 World's Fair, Swift Auditorium (opus 5229), later Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church—24/22, 28-34SI; 58/12; 86/9, 11-12S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Timothy Episcopal Church, 1914 Austin (opus 471, built for Forest Park, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran, replaced by 1954 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1235), gone), building now Mount Vernon Baptist Church—61/15-18S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 1901 Lyon & Healy (opus 80, factory number 1330), burned May 15, 1955, rebuilt 1959 Tellers Organ Company, alterations 1994 Frank J. Sauter & Sons—63/11-15SPI; 64/19

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Wenceslaus Catholic Church (now defunct), 1867 Wolfram & Haeckel (?)—35/5; 39/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saint Wenceslaus (Polish) Catholic Church, 1934 Wicks (opus 1235), from Chicago, Illinois, Saint Mary of Nazareth Hospital Chapel (rebuilt 1991 Wicks for Darien, Illinois, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church), replaced 1991 J. W. Walker & Sons—52/6, 17-19S (both organs), 21; 98/4-5SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Saints Peter and Paul Episcopal Cathedral, before 1861, Church of the Atonement, 1868 Pilcher Bros. (opus 94)—25/23; 26/19; 29/17-18; 32/17; 35/5; 39/10-11S, 22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Salem Church (Evangelical Lutheran or Congregational?), G. Andrews—35/5; 38/3-4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sauganash Community Church, 1956 M. P. Möller (opus 8912)—70/40; 90/12-14SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Scottish Rite Cathedral (built as Unity Unitarian Church, later Medinah Temple), 1875 Hook & Hastings (opus 794), c. 1904 W. W. Kimball, removed 2006—3/5S (Hook opus 794); 4/10 (Hook opus 794 erratum); 14/14 (Hook opus 471); 21/11 (opus 794); 23/10-12SI (opus 794); 24/11 (opus 794); 25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/20 (opus 794); 28/20 (opus 794); 29/33, 34 (opus 794); 35/5 (Hook opus 471); 42/26-27, 30-31 (opus 471); 55/1313-16S (both organs); 56/20; 62/6 (Hook); 70/4I (1875 Hook & Hastings); 75/7-8, 15 (recording); 76/15-16 (Convention); 78/4; 94/21I (Kimball)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Second Baptist Church (founded as Tabernacle Baptist), unknown (possibly First Baptist 1857 House), burned 1871, replaced unknown, replaced 1883 Schlaudecker)—25/23 (1877 unknown); 26/19; 33/7-9, 11I (Schlaudecker); 35/5 (House), 6 (Unknown); 37/4-5 (House); 38/12; 42/20, 22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 1901 Hutchings-Votey (opus 525), rebuild 1928-1929 Austin (opus 1646)—62/26; 77/4-8SI (Austin); 78/8, 28I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Second Dutch Reformed Church, 1866 Pilcher Bros. (opus 74)—35/5; 38/11S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Second German Baptist Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Second Presbyterian Church (see also Olivet Presbyterian Church), (1852 Hall & Labagh proposal, not built); 1854 Andrews, rebuilt 1864 Henry W. Chant, burned 1871, replaced 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 410), rebuilt 1892 Farrand & Votey, rebuilt 1901 Hutchings-Votey (opus 535), rebuilt 1917 Austin (opus 767)—25/18, 21 (Chant), 23 (Johnson), 31 (Johnson/Farrand & Votey); 26/19 (Johnson), 21 (Andrews/Chant); 28/13 (Andrews/Chant, Johnson); 35/5 (Andrews); 36/4-8S (Andrews/Chant); 39/8; 42/26, 30-32 (Andrews); 43/22; 54/12; 55/4-10S (Andrews/Chant/Austin); 56/19-20

 

Chicago, Illinois: Second Universalist Church, unknown—25/21

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Dr. Nicholas Senn residence, W. W. Kimball—30/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1967 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1450)—18/6; 75/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Seventh Presbyterian Church, unknown, burned 1871—25/21; 35/6; 42/20

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sherwood School of Music (now Sherwood Conservatory of Music), 1941 Æolian-Skinner (opus 3015), now in Valparaiso, Indiana, Saint Paul Catholic Church, Choir Room; also, M. P. Möller, now in Florida—61/4S (Æolian-Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sinai Congregation Synagogue, 1861 Wolfram & Haeckhel, burned 1871, replaced 1871 Marshall Brothers, replaced 1881 Moline, replaced 1911 Casavant (opus 454), (console installed by D. S. Wentz at Chicago, Illinois, Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church, later Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church, for 1880 Johnson & Son (opus 543, built for Chicago, Illinois, Central Music Hall, moved 1900 to Saint Martin and rebuilt by Coburn & Taylor, rebuilt 1920’s Wiener Bros., sold 1982 to Overland Park, Michigan, Holy Trinity Church (Saint Martin closed c. 1990)), rebuilt 1951 Wicks—16/12-21SI; 24/20 (Wiener); 25/21 (Central), 23 (Moline/Central); 26/20 (Central/Moline); 35/5-6 (Wolfram & Haeckhel, Marshall Bros.); 37/13-14I; 41/21-23; 42/25, 31-32

 

Chicago, Illinois: Sister Ann’s Miracle Revival Center-Faith Temple, built as First German Baptist Church, later Good Shepherd Bible Church, 1901 Lyon & Healy opus 97 (factory number 1349), to be installed in Appleton, Wisconsin, Saint Mary Catholic Church—60/4-5S; 61/5

 

Chicago, Illinois, Sixth Presbyterian Church, 1875 merger of Ninth Presbyterian Church and Grace Presbyterian Church, merged 1918 with First Presbyterian Church (see also First Presbyterian Church), building sold to Grace Presbyterian Church (!), later merged with Sixth Presbyterian Church (!) to form Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, building later New Hope House of Prayer, 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 571), rebuilt c. 1910 Morris & Verney, rebuilt 1917 M. P. Möller (opus 2289)—70/37; 71/16-17S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, merger of Ninth and Grace Presbyterian Churches—see Sixth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Art Smith residence, built as Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, later Mount Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church—see Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Sons of Peace Synagogue, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  South Community Church, 1975 merger of South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church (1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 125, factory number 1378)), 1869 Johnson (opus 295), c. 1895 W. W. Kimball, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 66, factory number 1315), building became New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, demolished 1988, L&H66 in storage in Wisconsin—see also Forrestville Congregational Church, South Congregational Church) and Community Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, merged 1980 with University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, merged 1927 with Memorial Church (a merger of Memorial Baptist Church and First Christian Church—see also Memorial Baptist Church, Memorial Church, Monumental Baptist Church), c. 1923 Warren Gratian (sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church), replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), keyboards replaced 1988)—see also South Congregational Church, University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ

 

Chicago, Illinois:  South Congregational Church (founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church, merged 1975 with Community Christian Church to form South Community Church, merged 1980 with University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ (founded as Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disicples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ (merged 1927 with Memorial Church, a merger of Memorial Baptist Church—building now Monumental Baptist Church—and First Christian Church—see also Memorial Baptist Church/Monumental Baptist Church), c. 1923 Warren Gratian, sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church, replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), keyboards replaced 1988), building later New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, demolished 1998, 1869 Johnson & Son (opus 295, probably rebuilt from 1846 Thomas Appleton in Brooklyn Heights, New York, Church of the Pilgrims, sold to Chicago, Illinois, Memorial Baptist Church), c. 1895, W. W. Kimball, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 66, factory number 1315), now in Appleton, Wisconsin (in storage)—26/19 (Appleton/Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson); 40/3-4S (Johnson?); 61/4-5SI (Lyon & Healy); 62/24 (Appleton/Johnson); 66/11, 15-20SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  South Deering United Methodist Church, merged 2002 with New Fellowship United Methodist Church (merger of West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, using West Pullman facility, and Saint Stephen United Methodist Church, 1911 Estey opus 849, building later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church) and Pullman United Methodist Church (1882 Steer & Turner opus 170), to form Greenstone United Methodist Church—see Greenstone United Methodist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  South Presbyterian Church, merged with Twenty-Eighth Street Presbyterian Church to form Thirty-First Street Presbyterian Church, later Fifth Presbyterian Church—see Fifth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, built as Saint Stephen Methodist Episcopal Church (merged with West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, to form New Fellowship United Methodist Church, merged 2002 with South Deering United Methodist Church and Pullman United Methodist Church, 1882 Steere & Turner opus 170, to form Greenstone United Methodist Church), later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, 1911 Estey opus 849—76/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  State Street Methodist Episcopal Church—see Wabash Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Mrs. Horatio O. Stone residence, 1895 W. W. Kimball—30/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Studebaker Theatre, 1895 W. W. Kimball, moved c. 1904 to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Gesu Catholic Church, rebuilt c. 1959 Kilgen, later alterations, replaced in Chicago 1914 W. W. Kimball—4/10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Swedish Baptist Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Swedish Lutheran (Immanuel) Church, 1869 Johnson (opus 309), burned 1871—35/5; 42/26, 31

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Swift mansion, c. 1918 Æolian (opus 1406), now in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Belvidere, Illinois—58/12

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Symphony Center, built as Orchestra Hall, 1904 Lyon & Healy (opus 164, factory number 1417), replaced 1981 M. P. Möller (opus 11427), console rebuilt 1995 Fabry, rebuilt 1997 Casavant—25/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Tabernacle Baptist Church—see Second Baptist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Tabernacle Congregational Church (a.k.a. West Side Tabernacle), 1866 Stuart, burned 1871—35/6; 42/20-22

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Temple Baptist Church, founded as Humboldt Park Baptist Church, W. W. Kimball, rebuilt as Temple 1923, 1927 WurliTzer (opus 1713), refurbished c. 1980's Gilbert Mead, building now Iglesia Evangelica Bautista—25/24-27SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Temple Sholom Synagogue, 1929 Wurlitzer (opus 2065)—25/25; 75/9I; 76/27-29 (Convention); 77/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Temple Sinai—see also Sinai Congregation Synagogue

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist, building later Saint Stephen Church of God in Christ, 1917 Skinner (opus 281), broken up for parts by Organ Clearing House 1999—66/5-8SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Third Presbyterian Church, 1858 Jardine, new building housed 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 509), replaced 1885 Johnson & Son (opus 636), burned 1959, old building and organ sold to Saint Paul Reformed Episcopal, (new church constructed c. 1885, retaining Jardine, building now West Side Community Church)—25/21, 23 (Jardine); 26/19 (Jardine/Johnsons); 35/4-5 (Jardine); 36/10; 37/6-9 (Jardine/1878 Johnson); 71/13-16SI (Johnsons)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Thirty-First Street Presbyterian Church, merger of South Presbyterian Church and Twenty-Eighth Street Presbyterian Church, later Fifth Presbyterian Church—see Fifth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Trinity Episcopal Church, 1849 Hall & Labagh (?), replaced 1861 Stevens & Jewett, burned 1871, replaced 1872 Hook & Hastings (opus 632)—28/14 (Hook & Hastings); 35/5, 16; 37/11-13S; 42/25, 30-31 (Stevens & Jewett); 42/31 (Hall & Labagh)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1953 M. P. Möller (opus 8549), relocated 2000 by Berghaus to Hobart, Indiana, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church of Northwest Indiana (ELS)—69/5-6SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Trinity Lutheran, 1867 Pilcher Bros. (opus 90)—35/5; 39/4S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Trinity Methodist Church, 1875 Steer & Turner (opus 89)—25/23; 26/19; 70/34

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Twenty-Eighth Street Presbyterian Church, merged with South Presbyterian to form Thirty-First Street Presbyterian Church, later, Fifth Presbyterian Church—see Fifth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Union Avenue United Methodist Church, founded as Winter Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 1890 Johnson & Son (opus 729)—16/10-11SI; 24/11; 28/6, 25; 29/34; 58/4, 9-10S; 60/18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Union Park Baptist Church, merged with Ashland Avenue Baptist Church (founded as Coventry Street Baptist Church) to form Fourth Baptist Church, c. 1891 Woodberry & Harris—23/16-19; 70/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Union Park Congregational Church, 1868 Johnson (opus 243), burned 1869, replaced 1871 Hook & Hastings (opus 578), church merged with First Congregational Church to became New First Congregational Church, replaced 1927 W. W. Kimball (opus 6949), building now First Baptist Congregational Church, chapel, built for Chicago Theological Seminary,  houses façade to 1901 Hook & Hastings (opus 1879), became chapel in 1927 to Union Park, New First, and First Baptist Congregational Churches—3/1, 6-10S (Kimball); 4/3-5, 12SI (1901 Hook); 5/4-5, 9S (1901 Hook); 22/4, 7 (Kimball); 23/10 (Hook/Kimball), 20 (Chapel); 24/11 (Kimball); 25/23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook); 28/4, 6, 29I (Kimball); 29/33 (Hook & Hastings/ Kimball); 35/4-6 (Hook, Johnson); 39/8 (Johnson/Hook & Hastings); 41/18-21S (Hook & Hastings); 42/28 (Hook & Hastings), 31 (Johnson); 75/12; 77/3

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Unitarian Church of the Messiah, founded as First Unitarian Church, later resumed First Church name—see also First Unitarian Church, 1863 Pilcher Bros. (opus 53), replaced 1891 Frank Roosevelt (opus 506), now in Michigan City, Indiana, First Congregational Church, restored 1998 Rutz—6/3-5SI (Roosevelt); 14/8 (Roosevelt); 35/5 (Pilcher); 37/16-17S; 53/5 (Roosevelt); 54/8S, 10-11 (Roosevelt); 58/3 (Rutz); 63/4 (Roosevelt); 65/5, 13 (Roosevelt); 70/35; 75/10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  United Church of Hyde Park, founded as First Presbyterian Church of Hyde Park, Illinois, present building built as Hyde Park Presbyterian Church (1930 merger with Hyde Park Congregational Church (W. W. Kimball), merged 1970 with Hyde Park Methodist Church (W. W. Kimball)), 1870 Hall & Labagh, built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterian Church, later in Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple, replaced 1890 Hook & Hastings (opus 1442), sold to church in Tucson, Arizona, and relocated by La Marche, replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 443)—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI; 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  United Church of Rogers Park, built as Rogers Park Congregational Church, 1927 Geo. Kilgen & Son opus 3868—87/6, 10-11SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Unity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1920 Austin Organ Co. (opus 886)—92/14-15SI

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Unity Unitarian Church (building became Medinah Temple, now Scottish Rite Cathedral), 1868 Hook & Hastings (opus 471); 1875 Hook & Hastings (opus 794)—3/5S (Hook opus 794); 4/10 (Hook opus 794 erratum); 14/14 (Hook opus 471); 21/11 (opus 794); 23/10-12SI (opus 794); 24/11 (opus 794); 25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/20 (opus 794); 28/6, 20 (opus 794); 29/33, 34 (opus 794); 35/5 (Hook opus 471); 39/14-17SP (1868 Hook); 41/6-7, 13 (1868 Hook); 42/26-27, 30-31 (opus 471); 55/13-16S (both organs); 56/20; 62/6 (Hook); 70/4I (1875 Hook & Hastings); 75/7-8, 15 (recording); 76/15-16 (Convention); 78/4

 

Chicago, Illinois:  University Church, Disciples of Christ/United Church of Christ, founded as the Hyde Park Church of Christ, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples, later Hyde Park Church of the Disciples of Christ, later University Church, Disciples of Christ, merged 1927 with Memorial Church (founded as Memorial Baptist Church and merged with First Christian Church, Memorial building later Monumental Baptist Church—see also Monumental Baptist Church), merged 1980 with South Community Church (a 1975 merger of South Congregational Church, founded as Forty-Seventh Street Congregational Church, and merged 1909 with Forrestville Congregational Church, and Community Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)—see also South Congregational Church, building later New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, demolished 1998), c. 1923 Warren Gratian, sold 1928 to Chicago, Illinois, Irving Park Christian Church, replaced 1928 Skinner (opus 685), 1988 manual keyboards replaced—66/11, 15-20SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner); 75/9 (Skinner); 76/25-26 (Convention); 81/17I; 82/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  University of Chicago, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, 1927 Skinner (opus 634), rebuilt 1976 Kurt Roderer, alterations by David Skinner, gallery organ rebuilt Schlicker, some restoration Bradford, rebuilt 2008 Schantz—16/22-24, 29SI; 28/9; 76/12I; 99/13I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  University Place Baptist Church, perhaps later Memorial Baptist Church—see Memorial Baptist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Van Buren German Methodist Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/25

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Visitation Catholic Church, 1910 Casavant (opus 427), replaced 1929 Austin (opus 1670), Casavant moved 1929 to Cicero, Illinois, Mary, Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, rebuilt 1954 Casavant (opus 2281), altered 1970’s D. S. Wentz, restoration ongoing 1990’s Michael Perrault, parish combined with Saint Basil Catholic Church, c. 1990, to form Saint Basil-Visitation Catholic Church, see also Saint Basil Catholic Church, 1913 M. P. Möller (opus 1496), 1926 Reuter (opus 185), removed c. 1990, Saint Basil demolished 1998—63/4-5S (Reuter); 66/11-15SI (Austin/Casavant); 67/8, 18 (Visitation)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Wabash Avenue Baptist Church, founded as Edina Place Baptist Church, later Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 554), burned 1881, rebuilt as Immanuel Baptist Church, 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 570), burned 1891, rebuilt with 1891 Kilgen—25/21 (Hook), 23 (Johnson); 26/19 (Hook/Johnson); 35/6 (Hook); 41/8; 70/13, 15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Wabash Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (founded as State Street Methodist Episcopal Church), 1858 Johnson (opus 75), sold to Chicago, Illinois, Michigan Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, Wabash Church purchased Olivet Presbyterian Church in 1872, with 1868 Johnson (opus 246)—25/21 (1868 Johnson), 23 (1858 Johnson); 26/19 (1858 Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson opus 75); 37/8-10S; 55/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  West Pullman United Methodist Church, 1926 M. P. Möller opus 4448, merged with Saint Stephen United Methodist Church (1911 Estey opus 849, building later Saint James Missionary Baptist Church, still later Starlight Saint James Missionary Baptist Church), to form New Fellowship United Methodist Church, merged 2002 with South Deering United Methodist Church and Pullman United Methodist Church (1882 Steere & Turner opus 170) to form Greenstone United Methodist Church—76/4 (merger)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  West Side Community Church, built as Saint Paul Reformed Episcopal Church, 1858 Jardine from Chicago, Illinois, former Third Presbyterian Church (new building housed 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 509), replaced 1885 Johnson & Son (opus 636), burned 1959, old building and organ sold to Saint Paul, new church constructed c. 1885, retaining Jardine)—25/21 (Jardine); 26/19 (Jardine/Johnsons); 35/4-5 (Jardine); 37/6-9 (Jardine/1878 Johnson); 71/13-16SI (Johnsons); 97/4I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  West Side Tabernacle Church—see Tabernacle Congregational Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Westminster Presbyterian Church, no known pipe organ, merged 1871 with North Presbyterian Church to form Fourth Presbyterian Church—see also North Presbyterian Church and Fourth Presbyterian Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  WGN Studio, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Wilson Street Mission Church, unknown, burned 1871—42/26

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Winter Street Methodist Episcopal Church, now Union Avenue United Methodist Church, 1890 Johnson & Son (opus 729)—16/10-11SI; 24/11; 28/6, 25; 29/34; 58/4, 9-10S; 60/18

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Woodlawn Baptist Church, founded as Lexington Avenue Baptist Church, 1902 Hook & Hastings (opus 1973)—23/22-23SI; 70/9

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Woodlawn Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1924 M. P. Möller (opus 3865)—70/38

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Woodlawn Park Methodist Episcopal Church, later Woodlawn United Methodist Church, 1906 Henry Pilcher's Sons (opus 561), rebuilt 1941 Henry Pilcher's Sons (opus 1952), demolished 1998—62/10-12S; 70/38I

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Woodlawn Park Presbyterian Church, merged 1926 with First Presbyterian Church, W. W. Kimball, junked 1926 (see First Presbyterian Church)—58/15; 62/10; 66/24; 70/37-38

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Barckhoff (proposal), sold to Erie, Pennsylvania, Saint Peter Cathedral—17/11, 30-31, 36-37S; 18/10

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Manufactures Building, Liberal Arts Hall, 2 W. W. Kimball portable organs—17/11-14, 37; 18/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Lyon & Healy, possibly later in Chicago, Illinois, Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church (?), replaced 1855 unknown, burned 1871, burned 1953, rebuilt William Delle—13/8-9, 13SI (Delle); 17/11, 14-15, 37; 18/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Manufactures Building, Liberal Arts Hall, Pilcher, later in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Trinity Episcopal Church, later Cathedral, (replacing c. 1869 Jardine, rebuilt 1892 Frederick H. James), rebuilt 1913 M. P. Möller (opus 1600), rebuilt 1950’s unknown, rebuilt 1970’s unknown—17/11, 15-20SI, 37; 18/11-15

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Festival Hall (a.k.a. Choral Hall), 1893 Farrand & Votey (opus 700), now in Ann Arbor, Michigan, University of Michigan, Hill Auditorium, rebuilt 1913 Hutchings, rebuilt 1927 Skinner (opus 664), rebuilt 1955 Æolian-Skinner (opus 664-A)—17/11, 20-30, 37S; 18/10-15; 19/14-21; 20/11-21; 21/8-22; 48/6

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World's Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Mechanics Hall, 1893 Welte orchestrion—20/4-5, 8

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Michigan Building, Farrand & Votey—17/11, 15; 18/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Women’s Building, Vocalion reed organ—18/11

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World's Fair (1933-1934), Black Forest Village, 1934 Kilgen (opus 5238)—24/34

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1933-1934), House of Religion, 1933 M. P. Möller (opus 6143), moved to Evanston, Illinois, Seabury-Western Seminary, Chapel of Saint John the Divine, altered 1970’s, replaced 1998, 1975 Casavant (opus 3245), built for Rockford, Illinois, Our Savior Lutheran Church, moved by Kurt Roderer—24/22-28, 34-37 SI (Möller); 28/9 (Möller)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World’s Fair (1933-1934), Swift Auditorium, Kilgen organ (opus 5229), possibly sold 1935 to Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (opus 5287)—24/22, 28-34SI; 58/12

 

Chicago, Illinois:  World's Fair (1933-1934), Horticultural Hall, 1934 Kilgen (opus 5248), possibly to Springfield, Illinois, Central Baptist, broken for parts—24/34

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Xenia Baptist Church, later Zoar Baptist Church, merged 1861 with Mount Zion Baptist Church to form Olivet Baptist Church—see Olivet Baptist Church

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Young Men’s Christian Association—22/12; 38/14

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Zeuch, William, residence, 1924 Skinner (opus 424), additions 1925 (Skinner), removed to Lake Forest, Illinois, Theodore G. Robinson residence, rebuilt 1949 A. R. Temple & Associates for Gary, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (now First United Presbyterian Church, replaced 1941 Austin (opus 2043), burned 1947, which replaced 1913 Hinners (opus 1662), replaced c. 1967 by Allen, broken up for parts—59/11-16S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Zion German Evangelical Lutheran, 1868 Pilcher Bros. (opus 95), replaced (?) 1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 117 (factory number 1369)—35/5; 39/12-13S (Pilcher)

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Zion Synagogue, 1862/1868 Pilcher (opus 46), ordered for Goshen, Indiana, Saint James Church, built for Springfield, Illinois, Third Presbyterian Church (1862), replaced c. 1867 Pilcher (opus 78), moved to Chicago, Illinois, Zion (1868)—35/5; 39/9S

 

Chicago, Illinois:  Zoar Baptist Church, founded as Xenia Baptist Church, merged 1861 with Mount Zion Baptist Church to form Olivet Baptist Church—see Olivet Baptist Church