Instruments—by Location­–U.S.

 

Alaska

Juneau, Alaska:  Coliseum Theatre, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

California

Belvedere, California:  Saint Stephen Episcopal Church, Frobenius—49/7

 

Berkeley, California:  All Souls Episcopal Church, 1964 Casavant (opus 2800)—49/7

 

Hollywood, California:  First Baptist Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Hollywood, California:  First Presbyterian Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Los Angeles, California:  Saint James Episcopal Church—Harris/Kimball/Austin/Schlicker/ Rosales—58/5

 

Los Angeles, California:  Saint John Episcopal Church, 1923 Skinner (opus 446), 1923—58/5

 

Los Angeles, California:  Saint Paul Episcopal Cathedral, Murray M. Harris organ 1911/W. W. Kimball console 1922/1949 Æolian-Skinner console (opus 1195)—58/5

 

Los Angeles, California:  Saint Vibiana Roman Catholic Cathedral—58/5

 

Los Angeles, California:  UCLA, Royce Hall, 1930 Skinner (opus 818), console moved to Chicago, Illinois, Saint James Episcopal Cathedral, incorporated into Bradford instrument, including 1920 Austin (opus 948), 1961 Austin (opus 2368), 1929 Skinner (opus 752, built for Chicago, Illinois, Chicago Civic Opera House, later Lyric Opera of Chicago)—64/7-9SI (Skinner opus 752)

 

San Francisco, California:  American Guild of Organists National Convention (1952), M. P. Möller (opus 8443), relocated and rebuilt for New York City, New York, Saint Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, studio of Ernest White, later relocated and rebuilt for Chicago, Illinois, Saint Paul Episcopal Church, where it replaced 1915 Austin (opus 579), burned 1956, which replaced unknown, to be replaced 2003 Pasi—70/5, 23-33SPI (Austin/Möller); 71/21S (Pasi); 72/6

 

San Francisco, California:  Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, 1970 Ruffatti—49/7

 

San Francisco, California:  Civic Auditorium, Austin (opus 500), built for Festival Hall of Exposition—74/23

 

San Francisco, California:  Festival Hall of Exposition, Austin (opus 500), later in Civic Auditorium—74/23

 

San Francisco, California:  First Church of Christ, Scientist, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

San Francisco, California:  Grace Cathedral (Episcopal), 1934 Æolian-Skinner (opus 910), rebuilt 1952 (Æolian-Skinner), console interior 1968 (Ruffatti), additions 1972 (Casavant); Chapel—1929 Æolian (opus 1738), rebuilt 1951 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1151)—49/7

 

San Francisco, California:  Notre Dame des Victoires Catholic Church, 1915 Johnston (opus 148)—49/8

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint Dominic Catholic Church, 1909 Jesse Woodberry, 1928 Estey console (opus 2751), 1955 M. P. Möller console—49/8

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint James Catholic Church, 1901 W. W. Kimball, broken up for parts 1970’s—64/14

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint John Presbyterian Church, c. 1873 Johnson (opus 394), rebuilt c. 1956 Schoenstein, more recent Schoenstein console—49/7

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, M. P. Möller—49/7-8

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint Peter Episcopal Church, 1912 Austin Organ Company (opus 294)—98/20-21S

 

San Francisco, California:  Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church—49/8

 

San Francisco, California:  Temple Emmanu-El, 1924 Skinner (opus 497), rebuilt Swain & Kates, 1993 Schoenstein console—49/7

 

Colorado

Boulder, Colorado:  First United Methodist Church, 1888 Frank Roosevelt (opus 382), built for Denver, Colorado, Grace Methodist Church—61/22-23

 

Central City, Colorado:  Saint James United Methodist Church, 1899 J. W. Steere & Son (opus 456)—61/23

 

Central City, Colorado:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1893 Mason & Risch Vocalion (opus 1033)—61/23

 

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  Colorado College, Shove Chapel, 1931 Welte-Tripp (opus 314)—61/24

 

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  First Congregational Church, 1889 Hook & Hastings (opus 1432), rebuilt 1973 Roderer—28/40

 

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  First Presbyterian Church, c. 1879 C. Anderson, now in Manitou Springs, Colorado, Community Congregational Church—61/25

 

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  Grace Church and Saint Stephen's Parish, Episcopal, 1928 Welte-Tripp, altered W. W. Kimball (1936), console rebuilt John Chrastina (1974)—61/24

 

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  United States Air Force Academy Chapel, Protestant Cadet Chapel, 1962 M. P. Möller (opus 9480), Catholic Cadet Chapel, 1962 M. P. Möller (opus 9481)—61/24

 

Denver, Colorado:  All Saints' Catholic Church, 1896 Hook & Hastings (opus 1702), built for Cheyenne, Wyoming, First Congregational Church, later in Denver, Colorado, Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church, later in Denver, Colorado, Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  All Saints' Episcopal Church, 1890 Farrand & Votey (opus 88), building now Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Annunciation Catholic Church, c. 1910 Geo. Kilgen and Son, Chas. C. Kilgen—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Asbury United Methodist Church, 1882 Chas. Anderson—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  James Mosby Bratton, 1887 Victor Mustel (opus 470)—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 1912 W. W. Kimball, rebuilt 1996 Morel & Associates—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Chapel of Christ the King, Gardens of Saint Elizabeth's, built as Oakes Home, Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour, 1902/1903 Austin (opus 92)—61/25-26

 

Denver, Colorado:  Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour, Oakes Home, building now Gardens of Saint Elizabeth's, Chapel of Christ the King, 1902/1903 Austin (opus 92)—61/25-26

 

Denver, Colorado:  Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour, built as All Saints' Episcopal Church, 1890 Farrand & Votey (opus 88)—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  First Baptist Church, 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 396), replaced 1949 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1047-A), built 1945 for Atlantic City, New Jersey, Senator Emerson Richards residence—61/23, 26I

 

Denver, Colorado:  Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1925 Austin (opus 1233), building now Lotus in the Flame Temple, Denver Zen Center—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Gardens of Saint Elizabeth's, Chapel of Christ the King, built as Oakes Home, Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour, 1902/1903 Austin (opus 92)—61/25-26

 

Denver, Colorado:  Grace Methodist Church, 1888 Frank Roosevelt (opus 382), now in Boulder, Colorado, First United Methodist Church—61/22-23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Iliff School of Theology, 1910 Wirsching—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Lotus in the Flame Temple, Denver Zen Center, built as Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, 1925 Austin (opus 1233)—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Messiah Baptist Church, built as Grand View Methodist Episcopal Community Church, later a United Church of Christ, 1914 W. W. Kimball, built for Denver, Colorado, Robert Steele Community Center, Robert Steele Gymnasium—61/25

 

Denver, Colorado:  Oakes Home, Chapel of Our Most Merciful Saviour, building now Gardens of Saint Elizabeth's, Chapel of Christ the King, 1902/1903 Austin (opus 92)—61/25-26

 

Denver, Colorado:  Paramount Theatre, 1930 WurliTzer (opus 2122)—61/22

 

Denver, Colorado:  L. C. Phipps residence, W. W. Kimball--30/15

 

Denver, Colorado:  Saint John-in-the-Wilderness Episcopal Cathedral, 1938 W. W. Kimball (opus 7231)—30/15; 61/22-23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Scottish Rite Masonic Temple--Denver Consistory, 1924 W. W. Kimball (opus 6781)—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 1916 Hook & Hastings (opus 2370), building now Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Denver—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  South Gate Lodge No. 138, A. F. & A. M., c. 1897 Farrand & Votey (opus 776), built for Las Vegas, New Mexico, Joshua Raynolds residence—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Denver, built as Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 1916 Hook & Hastings (opus 2370)—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Temple Emmanuel, 1911 Estey (opus 853), building now Temple Events Center Uptown—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Temple Events Center Uptown, built as Temple Emmanuel, 1911 Estey (opus 853)—61/23

 

Denver, Colorado:  Trinity United Methodist Church, 1888 Frank Roosevelt (opus 380)—61/25

 

Georgetown, Colorado:  Grace Episcopal Church, 1876 C. Anderson—61/24

 

Leadville, Colorado:  First Presbyterian Church, 1889 Wm. Schuelke (opus 67)—61/24

 

Leadville, Colorado:  Saint George Episcopal Church, 1882 Geo. H. Ryder & Co. (opus 101)—61/24

 

Lyons, Colorado:  Old Stone Congregational Church, 1902 Hook & Hastings (opus 1948), built for Longmont, Colorado, Congregational Church—61/22

 

Manitou Springs, Colorado:  Community Congregational Church, c. 1879 C. Anderson, built for Colorado Springs, Colorado, First Presbyterian Church—61/25

 

Pueblo, Colorado:  Pueblo City Hall and Memorial Auditorium, 1920 Austin (opus 860)—61/25

 

Westminster, Colorado:  Westminster Methodist Church, relocation and rebuild of 1913 Skinner (opus 214), rebuilt Tellers, built for Saint Paul, Minnesota, House of Hope Presbyterian Church, replaced 1978 Fisk (opus 78)—4/8 (Fisk)

 

Connecticut

Ansonia, Connecticut:  Assumption Catholic Church, 1929 Midmer-Losh (no. 5519)—45/6

 

Ansonia, Connecticut:  Christ Episcopal Church, 1899 Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 486)—45/6

 

Brooklyn, Connecticut:  Federated Church of Christ, c. 1853 Geo. Stevens (attributed)—45/6

 

Chester, Connecticut:  Congregational Church, 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 389), replaced 1909 Hall, Johnson moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts, German Presbyterian Church (later Christ Presbyterian Church), rebuilt 1934 Estey (opus 3507), some pipework later in Wilmette, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1990 Bradford (opus 6), also containing parts of other organs, including William Laws organ, assembled for Beverly, Massachusetts, First Presbyterian Church, at Wilmette replaced 1925 Wangerin (opus 478), altered 1950’s Joseph Banahan—69/7, 10-13SI (Wangerin/Bradford); 71/22 (Bradford); 74/15

 

Derby, Connecticut:  Derby United Methodist Church, 1868 J. H. & C. S. Odell (opus 65), restored 1975 Richard Hamar—45/6

 

Hamden, Connecticut:  Grace and Saint Peter Episcopal Church, 1870 Wm. B. D. Simmons, rebuilt 1979 Roche—45/6

 

Hampton, Connecticut:  Hampton Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), 1836 Denison Smith, restored 1984 Richard Hamar—18/9; 45/6

 

Hartford, Connecticut:  Dudley Buck residence, 1867 Johnson (opus 211)—15/8-9; 39/20, 22; 43/26, 30

 

Hartford, Connecticut:  Bushnell Memorial Auditorium, 1929 Austin (opus 1627)—45/5

 

Hartford, Connecticut:  Saint Justin Catholic Church, 1929 Kilgen—45/5

 

Killingworth, Connecticut:  Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), 1875 E. L. Holbrook, rebuilt 1975 Richard Hamar—45/5

 

Litchfield, Connecticut:  Milton Village Green, Trinity Episcopal Church, 1823 Thomas Hall—45/5

 

Litchfield, Connecticut:  United Methodist Church, 1893 F. J. N. Tallman—45/5

 

Meriden, Connecticut:  Unitarian Universalist Church, 1893 Johnson & Son (opus 788)—45/5

 

Middle Haddam, Connecticut:  Second Congregational Church, 1827 Appleton, restored 1992 Mann & Trupiano—45/5

 

Naugatuck, Connecticut:  Saint Francis Catholic Church, 1890 Geo. H. Ryder & Co. (opus 156)—45/5

 

New Britain, Connecticut:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1906 Austin (opus 166)—45/5

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Davenport Congregational Church, now Saint Casimir Catholic Church, 1874 Hook & Hastings (opus 750), restored 1970 Ricard Hamar—45/5

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Saint Casimir Catholic Church, built as Davenport Congregational Church, 1874 Hook & Hastings (opus 750), restored 1970 Ricard Hamar—45/5

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1871 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 576), built for New York City, New York, Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church, restored 1982 Mann & Trupiano, et al.—22/9; 45-5-6

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1868 Jardine & Son, renovated 1982-1985 Brunner & Heller—45/5

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Trinity Episcopal Church—40/7

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  United Church of Westville, 1852 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 141)—45/6

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Yale University, Divinity School, Marquand Chapel, 1931 Skinner (opus 866)—45/6

 

New Haven, Connecticut:  Yale University, Woolsey Hall, 1902 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1469), rebuilt 1915 J. W. Steere & Son (opus 682), rebuilt 1928 Skinner (opus 722)—45/6

 

Norwich, Connecticut:  Fourth Congregational Church, now Greeneville Congregational Church, 1869 William A. Johnson (opus 298)—45/6

 

Norwich, Connecticut:  Greeneville Congregational Church, built as Fourth Congregational Church, 1869 William A. Johnson (opus 298)—45/6

 

Stamford, Connecticut:  First Universalist Church, 1870 Johnson (opus 339)—43/30-31

 

Stonington, Connecticut:  United Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 558)—45/6

 

Storrs, Connecticut:  University of Connecticut, Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Chapel, 1868 Steer & Turner (opus 8)—45/5-6

 

Thompson, Connecticut:  Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 409, built for Springfield, Massachusetts, State Street Methodist Episcopal Church, moved c. 1900), restored 1984 and 1988 Andover—45/6 (Connecticut)

 

Waterbury, Connecticut:  Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, 1892 Johnson & Son (opus 778), restored 1974-1982 Richard Hamar—25/21; 45/5

 

Willimantic, Connecticut:  First Baptist Church, 1892 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 340)—45/5-6

 

Willimantic, Connecticut:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 1874 Steer & Turner (opus 86)—45/5-6

 

Windham Center, Connecticut:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1857 E. L. Holbrook—45/6

 

District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia:  Smithsonian Institute, Holtkamp portative (job number 1588), built for Macedonia, Ohio, Hawthorne State Hospital, later known as Western Reserve Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, later in DC—18/4-5

 

Washington, District of Columbia:  Willard Hotel, 1885 Roosevelt (opus 297), later in Deland, Florida, Robert Gellerman residence, relocated 2003 to Gary, Indiana, Stephen Schnurr residence—81/3-4S

 

Florida

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

 

Deland, Florida:  Robert Gellerman residence, relocation of 1885 Roosevelt (opus 297), relocated 2003 to Gary, Indiana, Stephen Schnurr residence—81/3-4S

 

Jacksonville, Florida:  Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, 1880’s Schlaudecker (attributed)—33/10-13SI

 

Iowa

Ackley, Iowa:  First Presbyterian Church, 1902 Lyon & Healy (opus 124, factory number 1377), later in Grand Detour, Illinois, Vincent Gilbert residence—12/15

 

Algona, Iowa:  Congregational Church, 1886 Hook & Hastings (opus 1295), built for Boone, Iowa, First Presbyterian Church, replaced at Boone 1935 Reuter, Hook & Hastings moved 1952 to Britt, Iowa, Saint Patrick Catholic Church—99/11-12

 

Boone, Iowa:  First Presbyterian Church, 1886 Hook & Hastings (opus 1295), replaced 1935 Reuter, Hook & Hastings moved to Algona, Iowa, Congregational Church, moved 1952 to Britt, Iowa, Saint Patrick Catholic Church—99/11-12

 

Britt, Iowa:  Saint Patrick Catholic Church, 1952 relocation of 1886 Hook & Hastings (opus 1295), built for Boone, Iowa, First Presbyterian Church, replaced at Boone 1935 Reuter, Hook & Hastings moved first to Algona, Iowa, Congregational Church, later to Britt—99/11-12

 

Burlington, Iowa:  Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church, 1898 J. G. Pfeffer & Son, rebuilt Stannke—40/22

 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa:  Coe College, Sinclair Auditorium, 1929 Skinner (opus 771), built for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Municipal War Memorial Building, with pipework from Skinner opus 486—40/23

 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa:  Iowa Theatre, 1929 Barton—40/23

 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa:  Municipal War Memorial Building, 1929 Skinner (opus 771), now in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Coe College, Sinclair Auditorium, with pipework from Skinner opus 486—40/23

 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa:  Paramount Theatre, WurliTzer—40/23

 

Clermont, Iowa:  Union Sunday School, 1896 W. W. Kimball—40/22-23

 

Clinton, Iowa:  Saint Boniface Catholic Church, 1917 Hinners (with Lyon & Healy connection?)—31/29

 

Decorah, Iowa:  Luther College, 1970 Roderer, built for Appleton, Wisconsin, Miriam Clapp Duncan residence, sold to Appleton, Wisconsin, Ronald Wahl residence, sold to Decorah—28/40-41

 

Davenport, Iowa:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1883 Moline—40/21

 

Davenport, Iowa:  Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 1979 Hellmuth Wolff & Associes (opus 22)—38/22; 40/21

 

De Witt, Iowa:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, c. 1900 Lancashire-Marshall—40/22

 

Decorah, Iowa:  Luther College, Jensen Hall, Hendrickson—40/23

 

Decorah, Iowa:  Luther College, Center for Faith and Life, Sipe—40/23

 

Des Moines, Iowa:  Saint Margaret Catholic Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Dubuque, Iowa:  First German Presbyterian Church, 1896 Hinners & Albertsen—40/21-22

 

Dubuque, Iowa:  Saint John Lutheran Church, 1886 Moline—40/21

 

Dubuque, Iowa:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 531), rebuilt Philip Odenbrett, rebuilt 1965 Earl Beilharz/Lima Pipe Organ Company—40/21

 

Dubuque, Iowa:  Saint Raphael Catholic Cathedral, 1861 Erben, replaced 1914 Tellers-Sommerhof, rebuilt 1918 Tellers-Kent, rebuilt 1937 Tellers—76/11-12

 

Durant, Iowa:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1879 Kilgen—40/23

 

Fort Madison, Iowa:  Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1889 Moline, rebuilt 1985 Philip F. Hoenig—40/22

 

Fort Madison, Iowa:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1878 J. G. Pfeffer—40/22

 

Garnavillo, Iowa:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Pfeffer—40/22

 

Grinnell, Iowa:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1984 Bradford (Prairie), using 1893 Barckhoff chest—28/39

 

Iowa City, Iowa:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1883 Moline—40/21

 

Iowa City, Iowa:  Trinity Episcopal Church, 1912 Henry Pilcher’s Sons (opus 748), built for Lima, Ohio, Spring Street Lutheran Church, relocated 1925 to Findlay, Ohio, by Lima Pipe Organ Company, relocated and rebuilt 1983 George Bozeman, Jr., & Company (opus 27)—40/21

 

Iowa City, Iowa:  University of Iowa, School of Music, Clapp Recital Hall, 1971 Casavant (opus 3105)—38/22; 40/21

 

Iowa City, Iowa:  Zion Lutheran Church, 1853 Stevens & Co., built for Bangor, Maine, Central Congregational Church, relocated 1899 to Woodstock, Vermont, Christian Church, by Geo. S. Hutchings, rebuilt 1977 A. David Moore & Co.—40/21

 

Keokuk, Iowa:  Unitarian Church, later Four Square Gospel Church, later Deliverance Pentecostal Church, 1874 E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings (opus 779)—40/22

 

Mason City, Iowa:  First Christian Church, 1917 Reuter (opus 3)—20/29

 

Mount Vernon, Iowa:  Cornell College, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Muscatine, Iowa:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1887 Pfeffer & Son—40/22

 

New Vienna, Iowa:  Saint Boniface Catholic Church, 1891 Wm. Schuelke (opus 70)—40/22

 

Rickardsville, Iowa:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, c. 1868 William King, restored 1983 Vincent & Cheryl Gilbert (opus 5)—40/22

 

Saint Lucas, Iowa:  Saint Luke Catholic Church, Wm. Schuelke—40/23

 

Sherrill, Iowa:  Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, unknown—40/22

 

Spillville, Iowa:  Saint Wenceslaus Catholic Church, 1876 Pfeffer—19/15; 40/23

 

Kentucky

Covington, Kentucky:  Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Schwab—45/4

 

Falmouth, Kentucky:  Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Schwab—45/4

 

Frankfort, Kentucky:  George F. Berry residence, 1911 Hillgreen, Lane & Co.—12/6

 

Lexington, Kentucky:  Spindletop Farm, Mrs. M. F. Yount residence, 1937 W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Louisville, Kentucky:  Calvary Episcopal Church, 1903 Hook & Hastings (opus 1999), replaced 1965 Casavant (opus 2831)—63/13 (Hook & Hastings)

 

Louisville, Kentucky:  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter, now in Louisville, Kentucky, Saint Frances of Rome Catholic Church—21/25; 27/8; 34/9

 

Louisville, Kentucky:  Saint Brigid Catholic Church, 1917 Henry Pilcher's Sons, rebuilt Peter Webber—63/13 (Pilcher)

 

Louisville, Kentucky:  Saint Frances of Rome Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter, built for Louisville, Kentucky, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church—21/25; 27/8; 34/9

 

New Haven, Kentucky:  Saint Catherine Church—27/8; 34/9

 

Maine

Bangor, Maine:  Central Congregational Church, 1853 Stevens & Co., relocated 1899 to Woodstock, Vermont, Christian Church by Geo. S. Hutchings, relocated to Iowa City, Iowa, Zion Lutheran Church, rebuilt 1977 A. David Moore & Co.—40/21

 

Bangor, Maine:  Saint John Catholic Church, 1860 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 288)—8/3; 10/3

 

Belfast, Maine:  First Church, 1848 George Stevens, restored 1975 Bozeman-Gibson & Co.—8/2; 17/32, 35

 

Belfast, Maine:  Methodist Church, 1879 S. S. Hamill—10/1-2

 

Blue Hill, Maine:  Baptist Church, 1867 Stevens—8/3; 10/3

 

Bucksport, Maine:  Elm Street Congregational Church, 1863 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 328), restored 1963 Andover—8/3; 10/2-3

 

Calais, Maine:  Congregational Church, 1873 Geo. Stevens—8/2; 10/2

 

Calais, Maine:  Second Baptist Church, 1884 Geo. S. Hutchings—8/2; 10/2

 

East Cambridge, Maine:  Centre Street Congregational Church, 1867 Geo. Stevens—8/2; 10/2

 

East Machias, Maine:  Congregational Church, 1872 Geo. Stevens—8/2; 10/2

 

Orono, Maine:  Methodist Church, 1891 Emmons Howard, rebuilt Berkshire—8/2; 10/1

 

Orono, Maine:  University of Maine, 1901 Hook & Hastings (opus 1907), rebuilt 1971 Fritz Noack and John Boody—8/2

 

Orrington, Maine:  Methodist Church, 1852 E. L. Holbrook, rebuilt 1962 Fritz Noack—8/3; 10/2

 

Searsport, Maine:  First Congregational Church, 1905 E. W. Lane—8/2; 10/1

 

Stockton Springs, Maine:  Community Church, 1847 E. & G. G. Hook—8/2; 10/1

 

Thomaston, Maine:  Congregational Church, 1860 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 265), rebuilt 1969 Kurt Roderer, for Evanston, Illinois, Northwestern University, Vail Chapel—28/40

 

Woodland, Maine:  Saint Luke Episcopal Church, 1850 Henry Erben—8/2-3; 10/2

 

Massachusetts

Andover, Massachusetts:  Earl Miller residence, originally in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 1970 Berghaus—28/36

 

Arlington, Massachusetts:  First Parish Unitarian Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 529), built for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Christ Methodist Episcopal Church, relocated 1983 through Organ Clearing House by Richard Nickerson, restored 1998 Bishop Organ Company—69/32

 

Beach Bluff, Massachusetts:  H. R. Austin residence, 1925 Casavant (opus 1106), pipework from Chicago, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church (1872 Hook & Hastings opus 649), now in Saint Matthew Roman Catholic Church, Central Falls, Rhode Island—20/18 (Hook); 25/21, 23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook & Hastings); 28/13 (Hook & Hastings); 58/15; 62/10; 70/5, 33-49SPI (Hook & Hastings/Skinner/Möller)

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Advent Episcopal Church, 1935-36 Æolian-Skinner (opus 940), rebuilt 1964 Æolian-Skinner (opus 940-A), restoration Nelson Barden Associates, Inc.—69/32

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Berkeley Street Congregational Church (Berkeley Temple Society), 1861 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 294)—44/3

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Boston Music Hall, 1857 or 1863(?) Walcker (opus 801)—15/18; 22/12, 17; 25/8; 29/9; 38/16; 40/4, 7-8; 43/30

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Boston University, Boston University symphonic organ, Nelson Barden & Assoc.—69/31

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Cathedral of the Holy Cross—see Holy Cross Catholic Cathedral

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Church of the Covenant, Welte—18/20

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Church of the Advent, Episcopal—see Advent Episcopal Church

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  First and Second Church, Casavant—16/27

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  First Church of Christ, Scientist, Extension, 1906 Hook & Hastings (opus 2107), replaced 1949-1952 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1203), altered 1970’s J. H. Steinkampf and Jason McKown, altered 1990’s Foley-Baker, additional work 1990’s Lawrence Phelps—63/2 (Æolian-Skinner/Phelps); 69/32 (Æolian-Skinner/Phelps)

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  First Lutheran Church, 2000 Richards, Fowkes, & Co. (opus 10)—69/33

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Holy Cross Catholic Cathedral, 1875 E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings (opus 801), electrified c. 1929 William Laws, some restoration Henri Lahaise & Sons—69/33

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, 1863 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 322), rebuilt 1902 Hook & Hastings (opus 1959)—40/7; 41/24-25; 43/34; 69/30-31, 34

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Metropolitan Theatre, 1925 Skinner (opus 545), altered and rebuilt, broken up for parts 1987, one rank now in Whiting, Indiana, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1923 Skinner (opus 405), built for La Grange, Illinois, Cossitt Avenue School (rebuilt, Bradford)—59/6-8

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Mission Church—see Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Basilica

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Old West United Methodist Church, 1971 C. B. Fisk (opus 55)—69/33

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Basilica, 1897 Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 410), altered 1968 and 1997 Henri Lahaise & Sons—69/31

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Peace Jubilee, 1869 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 497), rebuilt and relocated to Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Tabernacle—29/10; 40/11

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Saint James Catholic Church, 1867 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 420)—39/6

 

Boston (Roxbury), Massachusetts:  Saint Patrick Catholic Church, 1880 E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings (opus 1005), rebuilt 1893 Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 294)—69/33

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, later Cathedral, 1854 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 160), moved and altered c. 1898 Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 551), to Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church—69/31-32

 

Boston, Massachusetts:  Tremont Temple, 1845 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 64), replaced 1853 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 149), replaced 1880 Hook & Hastings (opus 975)—40/7; 44/12

 

Brookline, Massachusetts:  Christ Church Unity—see Sears Chapel

 

Brookline, Massachusetts:  Sears Chapel, Christ Church Unity, 1862 Hook—69/31

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  First Church of Christ, Scientist, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Harvard Univeristy, Busch-Reisinger Museum, 1958 Flentrop—28/35

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Harvard University, Memorial Church, 1967 C. B. Fisk (opus 46)—69/32

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Korean Church, founded as Pilgrim Congregational Church, later Pilgrim United Church of Christ—see Pilgrim Congregational Church

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Pilgrim Congregational Church, later Pilgrim United Church of Christ, later Korean Church, 1886 Geo. S. Hutchings—69/33

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Pilgrim United Church of Christ, founded as Pilgrim Congregational Church, later Korean Church—see Pilgrim Congregational Church

 

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

 

Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Saint Peter Episcopal Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Cambridgeport, Massachusetts:  now Cambridge, Massachusetts--see Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

Charlestown, Massachusetts:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1892 Woodberry & Harris—69/33

 

Dedham, Massachusetts, First Unitarian Church, c. 1820’s Eben Goodrich—44/3

 

Fitchburg, Massachusetts:  Christ Church, Episcopal, 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 445), now in Leominster, Massachusetts, Saint Mark Episcopal Church, rebuilt 1964 Andover—22/10-11

 

Framingham, Massachusetts:  First Baptist Church, 1853 William B. D. Simmons—69/34

 

Gilbertville, Massachusetts:  Congregational Church, 1874 Johnson & Son (opus 430)—22/11

 

Grafton, Massachusetts:  Unidentified Church, Erben, rebuilt 1969 Noack—22/11

 

Great Barrington, Massachusetts:  First Congregational Church, 1883 Hilborne L. Roosevelt—18/9, 16

 

Groton, Massachusetts:  Groton School, Saint John Chapel, 1900 George S. Hutchings, replaced 1935 Æolian-Skinner (opus 936), various alterations, including Kinzey-Angerstein, Nicholas-Bradford—22/11 (Æolian-Skinner)

 

Harwich, Massachusetts:  First Baptist Church, 1889 Hook & Hastings (opus 1418), relocated and rebuilt by S. L. Huntington & Co. for Valparaiso, Indiana, Saint Andrew Episcopal Church (2006)—89/1, 4SI; 97/9-10SI

 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts:  First Baptist Church, 1859 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 253)—10/5; 69/31

 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts:  First Parish Unitarian Church, 1854 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 171), additions 1860 E. & G. G. Hook and c. 1890 Geo. S. Hutchings—69/31

 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts:  Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, c. 1898 relocation and rebuild by Geo. S. Hutchings (opus 551), of 1854 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 160), built for Boston, Massachusetts, Saint Paul Episcopal Church, later Cathedral—69/31-32

 

Lawrence, Massachusetts:  Christ Presbyterian Church, founded as German Presbyterian Church—see German Presbyterian Church

 

Lawrence, Massachusetts:  German Presbyterian Church, later Christ Presbyterian Church, c. 1909 relocation of 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 389), built for Chester, Connecticut, Congregational Church, replaced at Chester by Hall, Johnson rebuilt 1934 Estey (opus 3507), some pipework later in Wilmette, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1990 Bradford (opus 6), also containing parts of other organs, William Laws organ, assembled for Beverly, Massachusetts, First Presbyterian Church, at Wilmette replaced 1925 Wangerin (opus 478), altered 1950’s Joseph Banahan—69/7, 10-13SI (Wangerin/Bradford); 71/22 (Bradford)

 

Leominster, Massachusetts:  Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1873 Steere & Tuner (opus 70), electrified 1904 Kimball, Smallman & Frazee (opus 69)—22/10

 

Leominster, Massachusetts:  Saint Mark Episcopal Church, 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 445), built for Fitchville, Massachusetts, Christ Church, Episcopal, rebuilt 1964 Andover—22/10-11

 

Lexington, Massachusetts:  Follen Community Church, 1869 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 466), built for Stoneham, Massachusetts, Christian Union Church, moved and restored 1995-1996 through Organd Clearing House by Bishop Organ Company—69/32

 

Lockport, Massachusetts:  Grace Episcopal Church, George S. Hutchings (opus 336), one rank now in Wilmette, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1990 Bradford (opus 6), containing parts of other organs, including 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 389), built for Congregational Church, Chester, Connecticut, later in Lawrence Massachusetts, German Presbyterian Church (later Christ Presbyterian Church), and William Laws organ, assembled for Beverly, Massachusetts, First Presbyterian Church, at Wilmette replaced 1925 Wangerin (opus 478), altered 1950’s Joseph Banahan—69/7, 10-13SI (Wangerin/Bradford)

 

Monson, Massachusetts:  Congregational Church, 1892 Johnson & Son (opus 781), rebuilt 1952 Martin Becker—25/21

 

Newton Centre, Massachusetts:  First Baptist Church, 1985 Andover Organ Company (opus 111)—69/33

 

North Brookfield, Massachusetts:  First Congregational Church, 1874 Hook & Hastings (opus 774)—22/11, 21

 

Oxford, Massachusetts:  Grace Episcopal Church, 1867 Johnson (opus 223), restored 1971 Andover—22/11

 

Roxbury (Boston), Massachusetts:  see Boston, Massachusetts

 

Somerville, Massachusetts:  Saint Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, 1894 Jardine—69/33

 

South Deerfield, Massachusetts:  Polish National Catholic Church, 1868 William Jackson—29/19

 

Springfield, Massachusetts:  State Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 409), later in Thompson, Connecticut, Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) (1873), restored 1984 and 1988 Andover—45/6 (Connecticut)

 

Stoneham, Massachusetts:  Christian Union Church, 1869 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 466), moved and restored 1995-1996 through Organ Clearing House by Bishop Organ Company to Lexington, Massachusetts, Follen Community Church,—69/32

 

Wellesley, Massachusetts:  Wellesley College, Holtkamp/Kuhn (job number 1677), portative (1954), later in New York City, New York, Town Hall—18/5

 

Wellesley, Massachusetts:  Wellesley College, Houghton Chapel, 1981 C. B. Fisk (opus 72)—69/34

 

Woburn, Massachusetts:  First Congregational Church, 1860 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 283), c. 1913 alterations unknown, 1992 restoration George Bozeman, Jr. & Co.—44/4; 69/32

 

Woburn, Massachusetts:  First Unitarian Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 553)—44/4

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  All Saints Episcopal Church, 1864 Johnson (opus 163), burned 1874, replaced 1876 Hutchings-Plaisted (opus 67), replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 406), burned 1932, replaced 1933 Æolian-Skinner (opus 909, incorporating parts of 1932 Æolian-Skinner opus 895, built temporarily for church's Huntington Hall), alterations 1940-1949 as Æolian Skinner opus 909-A, B, C, D, E, F, revisions 1975-1976 Berkshire, revisions Gilbert Adams, 1980's alterations Nicholas-Bradford, Choir Room has 1932 Æolian-Skinner (opus 897)—22/10

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Mechanics Hall, 1863 Hook (opus 334), restored Noack—22/10, 21; 23/12

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Municipal Auditorium, W. W. Kimball—22/9; 30/15-17

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Saint Paul Catholic Cathedral, 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 512), electrified Joseph G. Cooper, rebuilt 1957 Casavant (opus 2419)—22/9-10

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Trinity Lutheran Church, 1969 Noack (opus 40)—22/9

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Wesley United Methodist Church, 1926 Skinner (opus 615), rebuilt 1955 Æolian-Skinner (opus 615-A and B), rebuilt 1972 Berkshire (opus 36)—22/8

 

Worcester, Massachusetts:  Worcester Art Museum, 1941 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1036)—22/8-9

 

Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  First Baptist Church, 1966 Robert Noehren—48/4

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  First Congregational Church, 1985 Karl Wilhelm (opus 97)—48/4

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  First United Methodist Church, 1940 W. W. Kimball, rebuilt 1958 Reuter (opus 1236), 1988 Reuter console—48/4

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  Michigan Theatre, 1927 Grand Barton—48/4

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Letourneau (opus 38)—48/7

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  Trinity Lutheran Church, 1937 Reuter, built for Chicago, Illinois, music store—24/22

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  University of Michigan, Hill Auditorium, 1893 Farrand & Votey (opus 700), built for Chicago, Illinois, World’s Fair (1893, Columbian Exposition), Festival Hall, 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

 

Ann Arbor, Michigan:  University of Michigan, School of Music, Margaret Dow Towsley Center, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, 1985 C. B. Fisk (opus 87)—48/6

 

Barien Springs, Michigan:  Andrews University, 1970 Roderer—28/40-41

 

Barien Springs, Michigan:  Ruth Ann Plue residence, 1981 Berghaus—28/37

 

Battle Creek, Michigan:  Department of Logistic Services Center, built as Percy Jones General Hospital, 1942 relocation of 1925 Skinner (opus 562 and 562-A), built for Gull Lake, Michigan, W. W. Kellogg residence,  organ gone—12/6

 

Battle Creek, Michigan:  Percy Jones General Hospital, 1942 relocation (opus 562-A) of 1925 Skinner (opus 562), built for Gull Lake, Michigan, W. W. Kellogg residence, building now Department of Logistic Services Center, organ gone—12/6

 

Battle Creek, Michigan:  W. K. Kellogg Auditorium, 1933 Æolian-Skinner (opus 904)—48/5

 

Battle Creek, Michigan:  Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, 1929 Skinner (opus 788)—48/5

 

Bay City, Michigan:  Madison Avenue Methodist Church, 1959 Casavant (opus 2539), later in Chicago, Illinois, First Saint Paul Lutheran Church, replaced Lancashire-Marshall, now in Chicago, Illinois, Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church, replaced in First Saint Paul new building 1972 Schlicker—15/36-37 (Lancashire-Marshall/Casavant/Schlicker); 63/2 (Casavant)

 

Bullock Creek, Michigan:  Messiah Lutheran Church, 1975 Berghaus—28/36

 

Canton, Michigan:  Saint John Neumann Catholic Church, 1885 Barkhoff, rebuilt 1993 Wigton (opus 17-R)—48/7

 

Cass City, Michigan:  First Presbyterian Church, 1865 Henry Erben—48/6

 

Detroit, Michigan: Cass Avenue Methodist Church, now Cass Community United Methodist Church, 1892 Johnson & Son (opus 779)—48/6

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Fort Street Presbyterian Church, 1887 Odell, rebuilt 1914 Wangerin, since rebuilt—48/8

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1925 Skinner (opus 475)—48/7

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Martyrs of Uganda Catholic Church (built as Saint Agnes Catholic Church), 1924 Casavant (opus 1035), closed 2006—48/4; 98/14-15SI

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 1867 Andreas Möller, rebuilt 1906 August Möller, rebuilt 1977-1978 William M. Worden—48/5

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Old Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1985-1990 Wigton (opus 12)—48/6

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Our Lady of (Perpetual) Help Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Detroit, Michigan: Pilgrim Church of Bethel Christian Ministries, built as Trumbull Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1889 Granville Wood & Son—48/7

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Saint Agnes Catholic Church, now Martyrs of Uganda Catholic Church, 1924 Casavant (opus 1035)—48/4

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Saint Albert Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Sainte Anne Catholic Cathedral (now parish church), 1834 Schwab, replaced 1856 Schwab, see also Sainte Anne Catholic Church—45/2-3

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Sainte Anne Catholic Church, 1887 Granville Wood & Son—48/5

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Saint John Evangelical Church, now Saint John-Saint Luke United Church of Christ, 1874 G. F. Votteler—48/4-5

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 1973 William Worden—48/7

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Saint Theresa of Avila Catholic Church, merged 1989 with Saint Agnes Catholic Church to form Martyrs of Uganda Catholic Church, closed 2006, 1926 Casavant Frères (opus 1170)—98/14

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 1894 Clough & Warren (also known as Austin opus 2)—48/4

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Trinity Episcopal Church, 1892 Geo. Jardine & Son (opus 1509)—48/7-8

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Trumbull Avenue Presbyterian Church, now Pilgrim Church of Bethel Christian Ministries, 1889 Granville Wood & Son—48/7

 

Detroit, Michigan:  Zion Lutheran Church, 1914 A. B. Felgemaker (opus 1172), rebuilt 1932 Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling (job number 1576)—48/7

 

Dexter, Michigan: Saint John Episcopal Church, Henry Erben (1857)—48/6

 

East Lansing, Michigan:  University Lutheran Church, 1866 S. S. Hamill, rebuilt 1985 Dana Hull—48/5

 

Grosse Isle, Michigan:  Saint James Episcopal, 1987 Charles M. Ruggles (opus 17)—48/7

 

Grosse Point Farms, Michigan:  Grosse Point Memorial Church (Presbyterian), 1989 Johannes Klais (opus 1675)—48/6-7

 

Gull Lake, Michigan:  W. W. Kellogg residence, 1925 Skinner (opus 562), moved 1942 to Battle Creek, Michigan, Percy Jones General Hospital (opus 562-A), building now Department of Logistic Services Center, organ gone—12/6

 

Hastings, Michigan:  Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 1867 J. H. & C. S. Odell (opus 63)—48/5

 

Hudson, Michigan:  Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Ionia, Michigan:  First Baptist Church, 1892 Hook & Hastings (opus 1538)—48/5

 

Ionia, Michigan:  First Christian Church, 1893 J. W. Steere & Sons (opus 350)—48/5

 

Ionia, Michigan:  Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 73 or 1332)—48/5

 

Jackson, Michigan:  Saint John Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Kalamazoo, Michigan:  Christ the King Episcopal Cathedral, closed 2007, 1969 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1511), sold to Franklin, Tennessee, Saint Andrew Lutheran Church—97/10-11SI

 

Lapeer, Michigan:  Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, c. 1905 Hinners (opus 608)—48/5

 

Marine City, Michigan:  Holy Cross Catholic Church, Louis Van Dinter, later 1861 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 300), rebuilt 1896 Hook & Hastings, rebuilt 1976 Bozeman-Gibson & Co. (opus 9)—27/8 (Van Dinter); 34/9; 48/6

 

Marquette, Michigan:  Saint Peter Catholic Cathedral, Van Dinter organ—27/8; 34/9; 42/11, 17

 

Niles, Michigan:  Lardner, Ring, residence, organ removed to Mishawaka, Indiana, Saint Paul (Episcopal) Pro-Cathedral by Louis Van Dinter—42/13-15

 

Niles, Michigan, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Okemos, Michigan:  William J. Schneider, 1909 Hinners, built for Glenview, Illinois, Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church (replaced 1958 Schlicker, rebuilt 1979 Berghaus), sold to Northbrook, Illinois, Saint Giles Episcopal Church, (replaced 1993 Helmuth Wolff (opus 37)), Hinners sold to Schneider—18/16-17SI (Hinners); 28/37

 

Overland Park, Michigan:  Holy Trinity Church, 1982 installation of 1880 Johnson & Son (opus 543, built for Chicago, Illinois, Central Music Hall, moved 1900 to Chicago, Illinois, Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church and 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, Saint Martin closed c. 1990))—24/20 (Wiener); 25/21, 23 (Central); 26/20 (Central)

 

Saint Joseph, Michigan:  First Congregational Church, c. 1958 Sauter, rebuilt 1984 Berghaus—28/38

 

Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, Van Dinter—27/8; 34/9

 

Sandusky, Michigan: Saint John Episcopal Church, 1898 M. P. Möller (opus 212)—48/5-6

 

Ypsilanti, Michigan:  First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1905 Barkhoff—48/6

 

Ypsilanti, Michigan:  Saint Luke Episcopal Church, 1875 E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings (opus 819), rebuilt 1939 Holtkamp (job number 1638)—48/6

 

Minnesota

Crookston, Minnesota:  Mount Saint Benedict Convent, 1974 Roderer—28/40

 

Faribault, Minnesota:  First Congregational Church, 1883 Johnson & Son (opus 615), later in Faribault, Minnesota, Masonic Temple, now in Valparaiso, Indiana, Saint Paul Catholic Church, Chapel of Mary, Queen of the Apostles (restored 1994 Rutz), Congregational Church and Kimball organ—53/4; 54/6S; 69/29I (Johnson & Son); 75/10

 

Faribault, Minnesota:  Masonic Temple, 1883 Johnson & Son (opus 615), built for Faribault, Minnesota, First Congregational Church, now in Valparaiso, Indiana, Saint Paul Catholic Church, Chapel of Mary, Queen of the Apostles (restored 1994 Rutz)—53/4; 54/6S; 69/29I (Johnson & Son); 75/10

 

Hope, Minnesota:  University Lutheran Church, Holtkamp—4/8

 

Lansdale, Minnesota:  Peace Lutheran Church, 1968 rebuild and relocation by Wicks of 1923 Wicks (opus 461), built for Springfield, Illinois, Saint John Sanitarium, rebuilt 1941, relocated 1952 to Valparaiso, Indiana, Trinity Lutheran Church, replaced at Valparaiso 1979 Hendrickson (opus 48)—68/30-32SPI (Wicks/Hendrickson)

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Central Lutheran Church, Casavant—4/8

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Hennepin Avenue Methodist Church, Sipe—4/8

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Messiah Lutheran Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Minneapolis Auditorium, 1905 W. W. Kimball, replaced 1928-1931 W. W. Kimball (opus 7030), removed 1987—30/14 (both organs); 43/34 (1928 Kimball)

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Saint Mark Episcopal Cathedral, Welte organ, 1953 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1278), rebuilt M. P. Möller—4/8

 

Saint Paul, Minnesota:  House of Hope Presbyterian Church, 1913 Skinner (opus 214), rebuilt Tellers, replaced 1978 Fisk (opus 78), Skinner/Tellers altered and moved to Westminster, Colorado, Westminster Methodist Church—4/8 (Fisk)

 

Saint Paul, Minnesota: Saint Paul Catholic Cathedral, 1925 Skinner (opus 518), also 1963 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1398)—4/8

 

Missouri

Chesterfield, Missouri:  Trinity Lutheran Church, 1925 Kilgen & Son, moved 1968 to Cuba, Missouri, Saint Paul Lutheran Church—17/35

 

Cuba, Missouri:  Saint Paul Lutheran Church, 1968 relocation of 1925 Kilgen & Son, built for Chesterfield, Missouri, Trinity Lutheran Church—17/35

 

Kansas City, Missouri:  First Church of Christ, Scientist, closed 1989, 1899 Hook & Hastings (opus 1837), burned 1910, replaced 1911 J. W. Steere & Son—97/12-13S (Steere)

 

Millwood, Missouri:  Catholic Church, 1856 Pilcher (opus 17)—39/9S

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Calvary Free Episcopal Church, 1857 Pilcher (opus 24), built for Saint Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis Fair, sold in June 1862 as Pilcher opus 48 to Jacksonville, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church, later moved to Mason City, Illinois, First Methodist Church, moved 1903 to Minier, Illinois, Minier Methodist Church, later Liberty Baptist Church, moved 1983 to Lawrenceville, Virginia, Saint Andrew Episcopal Church, restored Brunner & Heller—14/3-5, 12SI; 32/6-8SI

 

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

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Dr. Marie Kremer residence, 1970 Roderer—28/40-41

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Saint Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church, 1934 Wicks (opus 1288), burned 2007—96/5-6S

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Saint Louis Catholic Cathedral (old), 1838 Schwab, rebuilt 1886 Pfeffer, replaced 1925 Wicks (opus 557), later rebuilt—45/3; 47/3-5S (Schwab)

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Saint Louis Catholic Cathedral (new), 1920’s Kilgen, rebuilt M. P. Möller—47/3

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Saint Louis Fair, 1857 Pilcher (opus 24), sold to Saint Louis, Missouri, Calvary Free Episcopal Church, sold in June 1862 as Pilcher opus 48 to Jacksonville, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church, later moved to Mason City, Illinois, First Methodist Church, moved 1903 to Minier, Illinois, Minier Methodist Church, later Liberty Baptist Church, moved 1983 to Lawrenceville, Virginia, Saint Andrew Episcopal Church, restored Brunner & Heller—14/3-5, 12SI; 32/6-8SI

 

Saint Louis, Missouri:  Trinity Episcopal Church, c.1856 Pilcher (opus 18)—39/9

 

Saint Louis County, Missouri:  Covenant Theological Seminary, Chapel, 1891 W. W. Kimball (opus 354)—17/14

 

Villa Ridge, Missouri:  Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church-Gildehaus, Schlaudecker—16/4-5

 

New Hampshire

Warner, New Hampshire:  Magdalen College Chapel, 1999 relocation by Dan Ahearn of 1937 Wicks (opus 1592), built for East Chicago, Indiana, Assumption (Slovak) Catholic Church—66/9SI

 

New Jersey

Atlantic City, New Jersey:  Atlantic City Auditorium, Ballroom, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Atlantic City, New Jersey:  Convention Hall, Auditorium, Midmer-Losh (opus 5550)—64/20-23S

 

Camden, New Jersey:  Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 1885 Hook & Hastings (opus 1287), rebuilt 1926 Casavant (opus 1127), rebuilt 1995 Patrick J. Murphy & Associates—53/13

 

Camden, New Jersey:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1898 Geo. Jardine & Son (opus 1249)—53/13

 

Elizabeth, New Jersey:  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1867 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 418)—39/6-7

 

New Brunswick, New Jersey:  Christ Episcopal Church, 2001 Richards, Fowkes & Co.—85/22

 

New Brunswick, New Jersey:  United Methodist Church, 1896 Jardine & Son—85/22

 

Newark, New Jersey:  Third Presbyterian Church, 1852 Hall & Labagh, replaced 1870 Hall & Labagh, 1852 organ relocated to Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple, then Chicago, Illinois, Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, replaced 1890 Hook & Hastings (opus 1442), H&H sold to church in Tucson, Arizona, replaced 1923 Skinner (opus 443), 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))—40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Red Bank, New Jersey:  D. A. Schulte residence, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

New York

Auburn, New York:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, c. 1885 Barckhoff—4/9

 

Auburn, New York:  Second Presbyterian Church, later Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1926 Skinner (opus 579)—4/9

 

Auburn, New York:  Westminster Presbyterian Church, built as Second Presbyterian Church, 1926 Skinner (opus 579)—4/9

 

Brooklyn, New York:  Brooklyn Tabernacle, rebuilt 1869 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 497), built for Boston, Massachusetts, Peace Jubilee—29/10; 40/11

 

Brooklyn, New York:  Christ Church, c. 1871 Jardine & Son—43/18

 

Brooklyn, New York:  Plymouth Church, 1865 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 360)—22/17; 40/7-8; 41/20

 

Brooklyn, New York:  Saint John the Baptist Church, 1893 Barckhoff—17/31, 36

 

Brooklyn Heights, New York:  Church of the Pilgrims, 1846 Thomas Appleton organ, sold to Chicago, Illinois, South Congregational Church, probably rebuilt 1869 Johnson & Son (opus 295), later in Chicago, Illinois, Memorial Baptist Church, gone—40/3-4S (Johnson?); 61/5

 

Bronx, New York City, New York:  Saint Peter Lutheran Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Buffalo, New York:  Central Park Methodist Episcopal Church, 1922 Skinner—81/16I

 

Buffalo, New York (?):  First Church (?), Derrick & Felgemaker—38/10

 

Buffalo, New York:  Grace (Episcopal?) Church. Derrick & Felgemaker—38/10

 

Buffalo, New York:  Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, closed 2007, 1853 Hall & Labagh, rebuilt 1863 J. H. & C. S. Odell—97/14-15S

 

Buffalo, New York:  Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 1932 Herman Schlicker (opus 2)—96/4-5; 97/14

 

Buffalo, New York:  Saint Joseph Catholic Cathedral, 1876 Hook & Hastings (opus 848), built for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Centennial Exposition, rebuilt 2000 Andover—82/2-3I (Andover)

 

Buffalo, New York:  Schlicker Organ Company, 1860’s Derrick & Felgemaker, relocated 2002 to Gary, Indiana, Stephen Schnurr residence—79/3

 

Ellicottville, New York:  Saint John Episcopal Church, 1834 James Jackson & Son—29/19

 

Great Neck, Long Island, New York:  George E. Devendorf residence, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Meridian, New York:  Baptist Church, 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 510), built for Skeneateles, New York, Baptist Church (replaced 1879 Johnson & Son (opus 528))—4/8 (opus 528)

 

Mount Vernon, New York:  Community Church at the Circle, 1930 Skinner (opus 840), vandalized and removed, five ranks now in Whiting, Indiana, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1923 Skinner (opus 405), built for La Grange, Illinois, Cossitt Avenue School (rebuilt, Bradford)—59/6-8

 

New York City, New York:  American Guild of Organists National Convention, 1956 Flentrop, sold to Oberlin, Ohio, Fenner Douglass residence, sold to Oberlin, Ohio, Oberlin Conservatory of Music—28/39

 

New York City, New York:  Calvary (Episcopal) Church, 1887 Frank Roosevelt (opus 374)—43/5

 

New York City, New York:  Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, 1906 Skinner (opus 150), rebuilt 1954 Æolian-Skinner (opus 150-A), tonal alteration 1963 (opus 150-B)—15/30

 

New York City, New York:  Chapel of the Resurrection, Church of the Incarnation, later Church of the Good Shepherd (Epsicopal)—see Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

 

New York City, New York:  Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, founded as Chapel of the Resurrection, Church of the Incarnation, mid-1960's unknown—20/29

 

New York City, New York:  Grace (Episcopal) Church, 1878 Hilbourne Roosevelt—43/5

 

New York City, New York:  Metropolitan Museum of Art, Appleton—22/9

 

New York City, New York:  Roxy Theatre Auditorium, W. W. Kimball—30/13

 

New York City, New York:  Saint Agnes Roman Catholic Church, 1875 Henry Erben—43/5, 7-8

 

New York City, New York:  Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church, 1871 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 576), now in New Haven, Connecticut, Saint Mary Catholic Church, restored 1982 Mann & Trupiano, et al.—22/9; 45-5-6

 

New York City, New York:  Saint John the Divine—see Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

 

New York City, New York:  Saint Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, 1932 Æolian-Skinner (opus 891), enlarged 1942, later alterations under Ernest White, 1980’s and 1990’s restoration by Mann & Trupiano, studio of Ernest White had 1939 Æolian-Skinner (opus 995), enlarged 1941 and 1942, replaced 1945 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1072), replaced 1945 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1080, later moved to Canada), replaced 1953 M. P. Möller (opus 8516), built as opus 8443 for San Francisco, California, American Guild of Organists National Convention, relocated and enlarged 1958 for Chicago, Illinois, Saint Paul Episcopal Church (merged with Redeemer Episcopal Church to form Saint Paul and the Redeemer Episcopal Church), to be replaced 2003 Pasi—70/29-33SPI (Möller); 71/21 (Pasi); 72/6

 

New York City, New York:  Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, 1913 Skinner (opus 205), rebuilt 1945 E. M. Skinner & Son, rebuilt 1949 M. P. Möller (opus 7900), rebuilt 1955 Æolian-Skinner (opus 205-A and B), rebuilt 1970 Gilbert Adams, rebuilt Mann & Trupiano—15/30

 

New York City, New York:  Steinway Hall—40/7

 

New York City, New York:  Town Hall, Holtkamp portative (job number 1592), built for Cleveland, Ohio, Holy Ghost Convent, sold to Cleveland, Ohio, Arthur Quimby, then in New York City, restored Holtkamp, later in Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, also Holtkamp/Kuhn (job number 1677), built for Wellesley, Massachusetts, Wellesley College (1954), later in New York City—18/4-5

 

New York City, New York:  WABC Studio, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

North Tonawanda, New York:  Ascension Catholic Church, closed 2007, 1895 A. B. Felgemaker (opus 601)—97/13-15SI

 

Olean, New York:  Methodist Church, Derrick & Felgemaker—38/10

 

Oswego, New York:  Saint Louis Catholic Church, 1896 Casavant (opus 69)—4/8-9

 

Oswego, New York:  United Church of Christ, 1889 Hutchings—4/9

 

Port Chester, New York:  Robert Law, Jr., residence, 1922 Skinner (opus 357), junked in 1958, few pipes in Whiting, Indiana, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1923 Skinner (opus 405), built for La Grange, Illinois, Cossitt Avenue School (rebuilt, Bradford)—59/6-8

 

Poughkeepsie, New York:  Vassar College, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Rochester, New York:  George Eastman residence, 1903 Æolian (opus 947), rebuilt 1917 Æolian (opus 1416)—12/4-5I

 

Rushville, New York:  First Congregational Church, Derrick & Felgemaker—38/10

 

Skaneateles, New York:  Baptist Church, 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 510), moved to Meridian, New York, Baptist Church, replaced Johnson & Son (opus 528), built 1879 for Skaneateles, New York, Presbyterian Church—4/9 (opus 528)

 

Skaneateles, New York:  Presbyterian Church, 1879 Johnson & Son (opus 528), moved to Skaneateles, New York, Baptist Church, replacing 1878 Johnson & Son (opus 510, moved to Meridian, New York, Baptist Church)—4/9 (opus 528)

 

Watertown, New York:  Trinity Episcopal Church, 1898 Johnson & Son (opus 856)—29/38

 

Wolcottsville, New York:  Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1897 Hinners & Albertsen—83/3I

 

Ohio

Akron, Ohio:  Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1914 M. P. Möller (opus 1575), rebuilt 1955 Reuter (opus 1152), rebuilt 1983 Berghaus—28/38

 

Bucyrus, Ohio:  Good Hope Lutheran Church, 1942 W. W. Kimball (opus 7326)—30/10

 

Cincinnati, Ohio:  Cathedral of Saint Peter-in-the-Chains (Catholic), 1846 Schwab—45/2-3

 

Cincinnati, Ohio:  Stephen A. Gerrard residence, W. W. Kimball (c. 1928)—12/6-10, 13-14I; 30/15

 

Cincinnati, Ohio:  Music Hall, 1877 Hook & Hastings (opus 869)—43/30

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Christ Lutheran Church, 1969 Berghaus—28/37

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Cleveland Museum of Art, 1920 Skinner (opus 333), alterations 1930 (opus 333-A), altered Holtkamp 1933, rebuilt 1946 Holtkamp (job number 1524), replaced Holtkamp 1969—4/8

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Cleveland Museum of Art, Holtkamp portative (job number 1592), built for Cleveland, Ohio, Holy Ghost Convent, sold to Cleveland, Ohio, Arthur Quimby, later in New York City, New York, Town Hall, restored Holtkamp, later in Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art—18/4

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  First Unitarian Church, Holtkamp portative (job number 1590), replaced by larger Holtkamp (job number 1619), portative broken up for parts—18/5

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Holy Ghost Convent, Holtkamp (job number 1592), portative, sold to Cleveland, Ohio, Arthur Quimby, later in New York City, New York, Town Hall, restored Holtkamp, later in Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art—18/4

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Jennings Avenue Congregational Church, congregation became Pilgrim Congregational Church, building sold to Saint Augustine Catholic Church—see also Pilgrim Congregational Church and Saint Augustine Catholic Church

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Karel Paukert residence, built for Evanston, Illinois, 1971 Roderer—28/40-41

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Pilgrim Congregational Church, earlier Jennings Avenue Congregational Church, former building sold to Saint Augustine Catholic Church—see also Saint Augustine Catholic Church

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Arthur Quimby, Holtkamp portative (job number 1592), built for Cleveland, Ohio, Holy Ghost Convent, sold to Cleveland, Ohio, Arthur Quimby, later in New York City, New York, Town Hall, restored Holtkamp, later in Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art—18/4

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Saint Augustine Catholic Church, built as Jennings Avenue Congregational Church (congregation became Pilgrim Congregational Church), c. 1900 Geo. Kilgen & Son—98/21-22SI

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Saint Paul Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), unknown, replaced 1948 Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling (job number 1636)—98/16-18SI (Holtkamp)

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Saint Paul Lutheran Church, 1953 Schlicker, rebuilt 1977 Berghaus—28/37

 

Cleveland, Ohio:  Trinity Lutheran Church, 1957 von Beckerath—28/35

 

Columbus, Ohio:  First Congregational Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Dayton, Ohio:  First Presbyterian Church, 1874 Clarke, Kinsley & Co.—44/20-22S

 

Findlay, Ohio:  unidentified church, 1912 Henry Pilcher’s Sons (opus 748), built for Lima, Ohio, Spring Street Lutheran Church, relocated 1925 by Lima Pipe Organ Company, relocated to Iowa City, Iowa, Trinity Episcopal Church, rebuilt 1983 George Bozeman & Company (opus 27)—40/21

 

Lakewood, Ohio:  Saint James Catholic Church, 1935 Wicks Organ Company (opus 1143), destroyed 2006—98/1, 18-20SPI

 

Lima, Ohio:  Springs Street Lutheran Church, 1912 Henry Pilcher’s Sons (opus 748), relocated 1925 to Findlay, Ohio, by Lima Pipe Organ Company, relocated to Iowa City, Iowa, Trinity Episcopal Church, rebuilt 1983 by George Bozeman, Jr., & Company (opus 27)—40/21

 

Macedonia, Ohio:  Hawthorne State Hospital, Holtkamp (job number 1588), later known as Western Reserve Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, portative, later in Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institute—18/4-5

 

Macedonia, Ohio:  Western Reserve Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, earlier known as Hawthorne State Hospital, Holtkamp (job number 1588), portative, later in Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institute—18/4-5

 

Marietta, Ohio:  Saint Luke Episcopal Church, Koehnken, replaced by Jardine—45/3-4

 

Middletown, Ohio:  Broadway Methodist Church (now First United Methodist), Barkhoff, replaced 1916 M. P. Möller (1935 console), replaced 1974 Reuter—47/6-7S (Möller)

 

Oberlin, Ohio:  Fenner Douglass residence, 1956 Flentrop, built for New York City, New York, American Guild of Organists National Convention display, later sold to Oberlin, Ohio, Oberlin Conservatory of Music—28/39

 

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

 

Oberlin, Ohio:  Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1956 Flentrop, built for New York City, New York, American Guild of Organists National Convention display, sold to Oberlin, Ohio, Fenner Douglass residence, sold later to Conservatory—28/39

 

Sandusky, Ohio:  Holy Angels Catholic Church, 1885 Carl Barckhoff Church Organ Co.—99/14SI

 

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:  First Congregational Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Oregon

Albany, Oregon:  First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 1904 M. P. Möller (opus 515)—57/16

 

Aurora, Oregon:  Aurora Presbyterian Church, 1915 Hinners (opus 1943), rebuilt 1992 by Bond—57/14

 

Beaverton, Oregon:  Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, 1994 Paul Fritts (opus 13)—57/13

 

Corvalis, Oregon:  First United Methodist Church, 1980 Noack (opus 93)—57/16

 

Corvalis, Oregon:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1892 Geo. Jardine & Son (opus 1090), rebuilt 1986 Bond—57/16

 

Eugene, Oregon:  Central Lutheran Church, 1976/1983/1989/1992 John Brombaugh (opus 19)—57/16

 

Eugene, Oregon:  University of Oregon, School of Music, Beall Concert Hall, 1972 Ahrend (opus 75)—57/16

 

Marylhurst, Oregon:  Saint Anne Chapel, Marylhurst College, 1901 Hutchings-Votey (opus 554), rebuilt 1994 George Bozeman, Jr. & Co. (opus 55)—57/16

 

Milwaukie, Oregon:  Milwaukie Presbyterian Church, 1898 Henry Pilcher's Sons (opus 348), rebuilt 1992 Bond—57/15

 

Portland, Oregon:  All Saints' Episcopal Church, 1892 Geo. Jardine & Son (opus 1121), rebuilt 1985 Bond—57/13-14

 

Portland, Oregon:  Alpenrose, Dairy, 1916 Skinner (opus 265), restored 1971-1975 David Bruce Newman—57/15-16

 

Portland, Oregon:  Broadway Theatre, 1926 WurliTzer (opus 1380), now in Portland, Oregon, Oaks Park Roller Rink, Oaks Park—57/15

 

Portland, Oregon:  Cathedral of Saint Mark (Anglican), 1966 Werner Bosch (opus 429), c. 1790 unknown (Dutch), restored Frans Bosman, Portland (1982)—57/13

 

Portland, Oregon:  Congregation Beth Israel, 1928 Reuter (opus 227)—57/12

 

Portland, Oregon:  First Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hall, 1851 Henry Erben—57/16

 

Portland, Oregon:  Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1984 Bond rebuild of c. 1885 unknown—57/14

 

Portland, Oregon:  Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 1996 rebuild of 1881 John Bergstrom (opus 8)—57/16

 

Portland, Oregon:  Municipal Auditorium, now in Portland, Oregon, Alpenrose Dairy, 1916 Skinner (opus 265), restored 1971-1975 David Bruce Newman—57/15-16

 

Portland, Oregon:  Oaks Park Roller Rink, Oaks Park, 1926 WurliTzer (opus 1380)—57/15

 

Portland, Oregon:  The Old Church, 1883 Hook & Hastings (opus 1141)—57/15

 

Portland, Oregon:  Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 1913 Hinners (opus 1662), renovated 1978 Henry Perkins, formerly in Gary, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (now First United Presbyterian Church), then Chicago, Illinois, Annunciation Catholic Church, replaced by 1941 Austin (opus 2043), burned, and 1924 Skinner (opus 424, rebuilt 1949 A. R. Temple & Associates)—57/16 (Hinners); 59/11-16S (all organs); 83/3-4I

 

Portland, Oregon:  Saint Ignatius Catholic Church, c. 1880 unknown, rebuilt c. 1901 Geo. Kilgen & Son, rebuilt 1982 Bond—57/14-15

 

Portland, Oregon:  Saint Mary Catholic Cathedral, 1904 Los Angeles Art Organ Company (opus 42), rebuilt 1996 Bond; 1996 Martin Ott (opus 75)—57/13

 

Portland, Oregon:  Saint Patrick Church, c. 1875 unknown (English), restored by Bond (1987), Portland—57/13

 

Portland, Oregon:  Saint Pius X Catholic Church, 1890 Kilgen—57/13

 

Portland, Oregon:  Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 1987 Rosales (opus 11)—57/12

 

Portland Oregon:  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1870 Derrick Felgemaker—57/12

 

Saint Benedict, Oregon:  Mount Angel Abbey Monastery Church, 1895-1896 Josef Speldrich, 1996 Martin Ott (opus 79)—57/16

 

Salem, Oregon:  Cone Chapel, Walter Hall, Williamette University, 1996 Bond (opus 25)—57/16

 

Pennsylvania

Barre, Pennsylvania:  Congregational Church, c. 1865 Ira Bassett, sold 1896 to East Barre, Pennsylvania, Congregational Church—26/18

 

Barre, Pennsylvania:  Methodist Church, Ira Bassett organ, replaced 1904 Hutchings-Votey (opus 1546)—26/18

 

East Barre, Pennsylvania:  Congregational Church, 1896 relocation of c. 1865 Ira Bassett, built for Barre, Pennsylvania, Congregational Church—26/18

 

Erie, Pennsylvania:  First Methodist Church, 1873 Derrick & Felgemaker (opus 116), replaced 1913 Felgemaker (opus 1150), replaced Gottfried, replaced 1975 Phelps—44/11-12

 

Erie, Pennsylvania:  Saint Paul Cathedral, Casavant—4/8

 

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

 

Green Lane, Pennsylvania:  Goschenhoppen Historians' Auditorium, Red Men's Hall, 1864 unknown, also 1830 John Ziegler—53/16

 

Hellertown, Pennsylvania:  Saint George Episcopal Church, 1999 relocation of 1934 Wicks (opus 1197), built for Minersville, Pennsylvania, Saint Paul Episcopal Church, relocated 2003 to Gary, Indiana, Stephen Schnurr residence—81/3-4SI

 

Hereford Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania:  Huff's Union Church, c. 1865 George Krauss, rebuilt 1883 Edwin Krauss—53/16

 

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania:  Longwood Gardens, Grand Ballroom, 1930 Æolian (opus 1726)—53/14

 

Minersville, Pennsylvania:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1934 Wicks (opus 1197), relocated 1999 to Hellertown, Pennsylvania, Saint George Episcopal Church, relocated 2003 to Gary, Indiana, Stephen Schnurr residence—81/3-4SI

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Centennial Exposision, 1876 Hook & Hastings (opus 848), relocated to Buffalo, New York, Saint Joseph Catholic Cathedral, rebuilt 2000 Andover—82/2-3I

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Christ Church, Episcopal, 1916 Æolian (opus 1374), rebuilt 1934 Æolian-Skinner (opus 926)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Christ Memorial Reformed Episcopal Church, 1887 Hook & Hastings (opus 1340)—53/14

 

Philadelphia, Pennyslvania:  Christ Methodist Episcopal Church, 1870 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 529), relocated 1983 through Organ Clearing House by Richard Nickerson, restored 1998 Bishop Organ Company, for Arlington, Massachusetts, First Parish Unitarian Church,—69/32

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Civic Center, Convention Hall, 1931 M. P. Möller (opus 5819)—53/13

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Fifth Baptist Church, now Highway Tabernacle Church, 1884 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 148), restored 1987 Patrick J. Murphy & Associates—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Free Church of Saint John (Episcopal), 1895 Geo. Jardine & Son (opus 1138)—53/16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Girard College, Chapel, 1931 Skinner (opus 872)—53/16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Gloria Dei (Old Swedes) Episcopal Church, 1902 Hook & Hastings (opus 1981), rebuilt 1993 R. J. Brunner & Co.—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Hecht's Department Store, formerly Wanamaker Department Store, now Lord & Taylor, Grand Court Organ (1904, 1914, etc.)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Highway Tabernacle Church, built as Fifth Baptist Church, 1884 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 148), restored 1987 Patrick J. Murphy & Associates—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Hope Presbyterian Church, 1891 Wm. King & Son—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Kensington Methodist Church (Old Brick), 1897 Bates & Culley—53/16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Lord & Taylor, built as Wanamaker Department Store, then Hecht's Department Store, Grand Court Organ (1904, 1914, etc.)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 1904 C. S. Haskell—53/16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Old Zion Lutheran Church, 1891 William King & Son—53/14

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, c. 1860 unknown, rebuilt 1894 Bernard Mudler—53/13

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Andrew & Saint Monica Episcopal Church, c. 1897 C. S. Haskell—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 1880 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 79)—53/14

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Clement Episcopal Church, 1883 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 125), rebuilt 1914 Austin (opus 507)—53/14

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Joseph University, Saint Joseph Chapel, 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 461), restored with additions 1992 Patrick J. Murphy & Associates—53/13

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Malachy Catholic Church, 1869 H. Knauff & Son, rebuilt 1887 Henry A. Burke—53/15-16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Mark Episcopal Church, 1902 Austin (opus 69), replaced 1937 Æolian-Skinner (opus 948)—43/24 (Austin), 53/14 (Æolian-Skinner)

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Patrick Catholic Church, 1863 J. C. B. Standbridge, rebuilt 1913 C. S. Haskell—53/13-14

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, 1871 J. H. Wilcox & Co. (opus 5)—53/16

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Wanamaker Department Store, Grand Court Organ (1904, 1914, etc.)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Germantown, First Baptist Church, now Polite Temple Baptist Church, c. 1890 C. C. Michell (with Cole & Woodberry)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Germantown, Polite Temple Baptist Church, built as First Baptist Church, c. 1890 C. C. Michell (with Cole & Woodberry)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Germantown, Saint Luke Episcopal Church, 1894 C. C. Michell (with Cole & Woodberry)—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Germantown, Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 1862 Hall & Labagh, rebuilt c. 1934 F. A. Bartholomay & Sons—53/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Germantown, Second Presbyterian Church, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Hamilton Village, Saint Mary Episcopal Church, 1937 Æolian-Skinner (opus 963)—53/13

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Manayunk, Saint David Episcopal Church, 1881 Geo. Jardine & Son—53/13

 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:  Heinz Auditorium, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:  Saint Paul Cathedral, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

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

 

Reading, Pennsylvania:  Historical Society of Berks County and Museum, c. 1800 John Jacob Dieffenbach, also c. 1821 unknown—53/16

 

Shartlesville, Upper Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania:  Frieden's (Peace) Union Church, 1891 Thomas Dieffenbach—53/16

 

Spring City, Pennsylvania:  Zion Lutheran Church, 1791 David Tannenberg—53/16

 

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania:  Central Methodist Church (built as First Methodist Church), 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 57, factory number 1306), chests replaced (?) by Los Angeles Art Organ Company—31/29

 

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania:  First Methodist Church, now Central Methodist Church, 1900 Lyon & Healy (opus 57, factory number 1306), chests replaced (?) by Los Angeles Art Organ Company—31/29

 

Rhode Island

Central Falls, Rhode Island:  Saint Matthew Roman Catholic Church, 1925 Casavant (opus 1106) from residence of H. R. Austin, Beach Bluff, Massachusetts, pipework from Chicago, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church (1872 Hook & Hastings opus 649)— 20/18 (Hook);  25/21, 23 (Hook);  26/19 (Hook & Hastings); 28/13 (Hook & Hastings); 58/15; 62/10; 70/5, 33-49SPI (Hook & Hastings/Skinner/Möller)

 

Providence, Rhode Island:  First Presbyterian Church, William Laws assembled organ, some pipework later in Wilmette, Illinois, Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1990 Bradford (opus 6), also containing parts of other organs, including 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 389), built for Congregational Church, Chester, Connecticut, later in Lawrence Massachusetts, German Presbyterian Church (later Christ Presbyterian Church), at Wilmette replaced 1925 Wangerin (opus 478), altered 1950’s Joseph Banahan, replaced—69/7, 10-13SI (Wangerin/Bradford); 71/22 (Bradford)

 

South Carolina

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

 

Camden, South Carolina:  Bethesda Presbyterian Church, 1820 James Jackson, now in Liberty Hill, South Carolina, Presbyterian Church—29/19

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Citadel, 1873 Steer & Turner (opus 69)—35/18

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Huguenot Church, 1845 Henry Erben—17/32; 35/18

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Saint John Lutheran Church, 1822 Hall—17/32

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Saint Mary Catholic Church, 1874 Jardine, relocated 1980 Organ Clearing House and additions by Mann & Trupiano—35/17

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Saint Michael Episcopal Church, 1767 Snetzler—17/32

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Saint Philip Episcopal Church, Chapel of the Good Shepherd, 1839 Thomas Appleton—17/32; 35/18

 

Charleston, South Carolina:  Trinity United Methodist Church, 1978 Hartman-Beaty, in case attributed to Henry Knauff (c. 1860)—35/17

 

Charleston Heights, South Carolina:  Saint John Catholic Church, rebuilt Hook & Hastings—35/18

 

Columbia, South Carolina:  Trinity Lutheran Church, unknown, relocated through Organ Clearing House—35/17-18

 

Liberty Hill, South Carolina:  Presbyterian Church, 1820 James Jackson, built for Camden, South Carolina, Bethesda Presbyterian Church—29/19

 

Meggett, South Carolina:  Saint Paul Episcopal Church, 1867 E. & G. G. Hook, relocated through Organ Clearing House by Mann & Trupiano—35/17

 

Stateburg, South Carolina:  Church of the Cross (Episcopal), 1851 Henry Erben—22/4; 35/17

 

Summerton, South Carolina:  Saint Matthias Episcopal Church, c. 1890 A. B. Felgemaker—35/17

 

South Dakota

Estelline, South Dakota:  Trinity Lutheran Church, c. 1905 Hinners, now in Mundelein, Illinois, Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, rebuilt David Hagberg and John Dower—43/33

 

Vermillion, South Dakota:  First Baptist Church, 1873 Syracuse Organ Company, replaced 1888 Wilhelm Schuelke (opus 52), rebuilt 1961 Eugene Doutt—97/3-4S (Syracuse, Schuelke)

 

Tennessee

Franklin, Tennessee:  Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, 1969 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1511), built for Kalamazoo, Michigan, Christ the King Episcopal Cathedral, closed 2007—97/10-11SI

 

Memphis, Tennessee:  Municipal Auditorium, W. W. Kimball—30/15

 

Nashville, Tennessee:  Assumption Catholic Church, 1995 relocation by Milnar Organ Company of 1895 Johnson & Son (opus 819), built for Valparaiso, Indiana, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), (also known as Church of Christ, Christian Tabernacle), rebuilt 1956 Toledo, building demolished 1990—6/4; 68/11-17SPI (Johnson & Son)

 

Texas

Albany, Texas:  Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1956 Otto Hoffman—28/39

 

Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah:  Mormon Tabernacle, Joseph Smith, rebuilt 1900-1901 Kimball, rebuilt Austin (opus 573), rebuilt 1949 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1075), rebuilt Schoenstein—30/13 (Kimball); 58/5-6

 

Vermont

Woodstock, Vermont:  Christian Church, 1899 relocation by Geo. S. Hutchings of 1853 Stevens & Co., built for Bangor, Maine, Central Congregational Church, relocated to Iowa City, Iowa, Zion Lutheran Church, rebuilt 1977 A. David Moore & Co.—40/21

 

Woodstock, Vermont:  Congregational Church, 1861 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 298)—44/4

 

Virginia

Lawrenceville, Virginia:  Saint Andrew Episcopal Church, Pilcher (opus 24), built 1857 for Saint Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis Fair, sold to Saint Louis, Missouri, Calvary Free Episcopal Church, sold in June 1862 as Pilcher opus 48 to Jacksonville, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church, later moved to Mason City, Illinois, First Methodist Church, moved 1903 to Minier, Illinois, Minier Methodist Church, later Liberty Baptist Church, moved 1983 to Lawrenceville, restored Brunner & Heller—14/3-5, 12SI; 32/6-8SI

 

Washington

Auburn, Washington:  Saint Matthew Episcopal Church, 1853 Alvinza Andrews & Son—14/10; 16/28

 

Castle Rock, Washington:  Saint Paul Lutheran, 1990 Frans W. M. Bosman (opus 7)—57/15

 

Cathlamet, Puget Sound, Washington:  Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, 1885 Hilbourne L. Roosevelt (opus 294)—57/15

 

Chehalis, Washington:  Church of the Epiphany, 1895 Lancashire-Marshall (opus 84) or 1891 Moline (?), rebuilt 1979 Randall Jay McCarty—14/14; 16/28; 57/15

 

Chehalis, Washington:  Saint John Lutheran Church, c. 1890 Koehnken & Grimm, rebuilt 1993 Huestis & Associates and S. L. Huntington & Co.—57/15

 

Edmonds, Washington:  Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 1877 George Kilgen—14/10; 16/28

 

Federal Way, Washington:  Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Richard Bond—16/27

 

Kirkland, Washington:  Saint John Episcopal Church, 1892 Cole & Woodberry—14/10; 16/28; 99/15

 

Mercer Island, Washington:  Emmanuel Episcopal Church, von Beckerath—16/27

 

Mercer Island, Washington:  Holy Trinity Lutheran, Kenneth Coulter—16/27

 

Myerstown, Washington:  Friedens Lutheran Church, 1819 Johann Philip Bachman, moved c. 1900 to Tacoma, Washington, Saint John Lutheran Church, later in Tacoma, Washington, Paul Fritts & Co.—99/15I

 

Port Townsend, Washington:  Presbyterian Church, 1889 Whalley & Genung—14/14; 16/29

 

Poulsbo, Washington:  Saint Charles, King and Martyr, Episcopal Church, 1896 Henry Niemann—14/14; 16/28-29

 

Seattle, Washington:  First Baptist Church, 1953 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1216), built for Tacoma, Washington, First United Methodist Church (1953), Tacoma church demolished 2006, organ moved 2007 to Seattle by Bond Organs—97/23I

 

Seattle, Washington:  German United Church of Christ, 1917 Hinners—14/10; 16/27

 

Seattle, Washington:  Magnolia Presbyterian Church, 1877 J. H. & C. S. Odell—14/10; 16/27

 

Seattle, Washington:  Saint James Catholic Cathedral, 1907 Hutchings-Votey, 1926 Casavant (opus 1163)—14/10; 16/29

 

Seattle, Washington:  Saint Mark Episcopal Cathedral, 1903 W. W. Kimball, 1965 Flentrop—14/10 (Flentrop); 16/27 (Flentrop); 30/5 (Kimball); 57/12-13 (Flentrop); 99/15

 

Seattle, Washington:  Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, Metzler/Wilhelm—16/27

 

Seattle, Washington:  Zion Lutheran Church, 1893 C. S. Haskell—14/10; 16/28

 

Shelton, Washington:  Faith Lutheran Church, 1907 Pilcher—14/10; 16/28

 

Tacoma, Washington:  Christ Church, Episcopal, 1979 Brombaugh—14/14; 16/28

 

Tacoma, Washington:  First United Methodist Church, 1953 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1216), demolished 2006, organ moved 2007 to Seattle, Washington, First Baptist Church by Bond Organs—97/23I

 

Tacoma, Washington:  Paul Fritts & Co., 1819 Johann Philip Bachman, built for Myerstown, Washington, Friedens Lutheran Church, moved c. 1900 to Tacoma, Washington, Saint John Lutheran Church—99/15I

 

Tacoma, Washington:  Saint John Lutheran Church, 1819 Johann Philip Bachman, built for Myerstown, Washington, Friedens Lutheran Church, moved c. 1900 to Tacoma, later in Tacoma, Washington, Paul Fritts & Co.—99/15I

 

Tahuya, Washington:  Saint Nicholas Episcopal Church, 1894 Emmons Howard—14/14; 16/28

 

West Seattle, Washington:  First Lutheran Church, Noack—16/27

 

Vancouver, Washington:  Church of the Good Shepherd, 1892 Moline—57/14

 

Vancouver, Washington:  Saint Andrew Lutheran, 1887 Cole & Woodberry, rebuilt 1996 Jeremy Cooper—57/12

 

Vancouver, Washington:  now in Saint Luke Episcopal Church, 1890 W. K. Adams' Sons (opus 33), rebuilt 1985 Bond—57/14

 

Wyoming

Cheyenne, Wyoming:  First Congregational Church, 1896 Hook & Hastings (opus 1702), later in Denver, Colorado, Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church, later in Denver, Colorado, Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church now in Denver, Colorado:  All Saints' Catholic Church—61/25

 

Cheyenne, Wyoming:  First Covenant Church, 1953 relocation of c. 1887 Alexander Mills, built for Cheyenne, Wyoming, Saint Mark Episcopal Church—14/8-11 (insert) SI

 

Cheyenne, Wyoming:  Saint Mark Episcopal Church, c. 1887 Alexander Mills, replaced 1951 Reuter, Mills sold to Cheyenne, Wyoming, First Covenant Church—14/8-11 (insert) SI