Instruments—by Builders – H

 

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

 

 

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

 

Hall, Thomas:  Charleston, South Carolina, Saint John Lutheran Church (1832)—17/32

 

Hall:  Chester, Connecticut, Congregational Church (1909), replaced 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 389), later in 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 1925 Wangerin (opus 478), altered 1950’s Joseph Banahan, replaced—69/7, 10-13SI (Wangerin/Bradford)

 

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

 

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

 

Hall:  Evanston, Illinois, Covenant Methodist Episcopal Church (1923), replaced 1969 Schlicker Organ Co., church merged with Hemenway United Methodist Church (see Hemenway United Methodist Church)—96/7-9

 

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

 

Hall & Labagh:  Chicago, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church (1857), burned 1871, merged 1871 with Calvary Presbyterian Church, replaced 1872 Hook & Hastings (opus 649), slightly altered 1906 unknown, merged 1912 with Forty-First Street Presbyterian Church (1892 J. W. Steere & Sons opus 331), 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), 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, new building has 1928 M. P. Möller (opus 5001), also 1928 M. P. Möller (opus 5175) in chapel, Grand Avenue building now Metropolitan Community Church—20/18 (Hook); 25/21, 23 (Hook); 26/19 (Hook & Hastings); 28/13 (Hook & Hastings); 35/5 (Hall & Labagh); 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)

 

Hall & Labagh:  Chicago, Illinois, Hyde Park Presbyterian Church (1870), built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterian Church (1852), 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 of Hyde Park Presbyterian Church and Hyde Park Congregational Church (W. W. Kimball), 1970 merger with Hyde Park Methodist Church (W. W. Kimball))—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18; 41/3; 66/11, 24-32SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Hall & Labagh:  Chicago, Illinois, Saint James Episcopal Church (1857), which replaced 1837 Erben, (?sold 1870 to Chicago, Illinois, Epiphany Episcopal Church?, replaced there 1892 Farrand & Votey), 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—3/1, 6, 11-13, 15S (Farrand & Votey); 14/14 (1870 Johnson); 15/8-13, 15SI (both Johnsons, Austin, Estey); 17/11 (Farrand & Votey); 24/11 (Farrand & Votey); 25/21, 23 (both Johnsons); 30-31, 33I (Farrand & Votey); 26/19 (Hall & Labagh/Johnson); 28/9 (Austin), 13, 14 (Hall & Labagh/both Johnsons, both Austins); 29/33 (Farrand & Votey); 35/4-15 (I)(Erben, Hall & Labagh, Johnson); 36/4 (Hall & Labagh/Stevens & Jewitt), 11-13 (Hall & Labagh); 37/3-4 (Hall & Labagh/Johnson); 41/11-14S (1870 Johnson); 42/25, 28-32 (1870 Johnson); 42/31 (Erben); 42/31 (Hall & Labagh); 64/7-9SI (Skinner); 71/15 (Johnson)

 

Hall & Labagh:  Chicago, Illinois, Second Presbyterian Church, 1852 proposal, not built, 1854 Alvinza Andrews, rebuilt 1864 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 (Hall & Labagh/Andrews/Chant); 28/13 (Andrews/Chant, Johnson); 35/5 (Andrews); 36/4-8S (Andrews/Chant); 39/8; 42/26, 30-32 (Andrews); 42/26 (Andrews/Chant), 30-32; 43/22; 54/12; 55/4-10S (Austin); 56/19-20

 

Hall & Labagh (?):  Chicago, Illinois, Trinity Episcopal Church (1849), 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 (Stevens & Jewett); 42/31 (Hall & Labagh)

 

Hall & Labagh:  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Germantown, Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (1862), rebuilt c. 1932 F. A. Bartholomay & Sons—53/15

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

Hamblin, Jr., David L.: Gary, Indiana:  Christ Episcopal Church, 1980-1981 rebuild of 1912 Hillgreen, Lane & Company (opus 285), console rebuilt 1936, organ rebuilt 1957-1963 by James W. Biggers, Jr., John J. Norris Organ Company, and others, building now Saint Stephen Missionary Baptist Church—60/10-11S

 

Hamblin, Jr., David L.: Gary, Indiana:  City (United) Methodist Church, removal of 1926 Skinner (opus 611) from to residence, Lansing, Illinois—59/9-11S

 

Hamblin, Jr., David L.: Gary, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (now First United Presbyterian Church), obtained pipework from 1924 Skinner (opus 424), rebuilt 1949, A. R. Temple & Associates, c. 1967—59/16

 

 

Hamill, S. S.:  Chicago, Illinois, Plymouth Congregational Church (1880’s), replaced 1871 Erben, rebuilt c. 1875 Johnson & Son (no opus number) or Bassett?, 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 (see Kenwood Evangelical Church/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)

 

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

 

Hansen, William:  Oak Park, Illinois, First Church of Christ, Scientist, alterations to 1916 W. W. Kimball, rebuilt 1961 Emanuel Semerad, building now The Arts Center of Oak Park, 2000-2001 tonal reversals by CMC-OHS Chapter—61/7, 11-14SP; 62/30; 66/10; 67/6, 11I, 17; 68/3, 38I; 71/6I; 72/4, 8I; 75/11; 76/37-38 (Convention)

 

 

Harris, Murray M.:  Los Angeles, California, Saint Paul Episcopal Cathedral (1911), now in Los Angeles, Saint James Episcopal Church—58/5

 

 

Harrison, H. B.:  Chicago, Illinois, Saint Boniface Catholic Church, possible rebuild of 1907 Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt, replaced 1866 Pilcher Bros. & Chant (opus 70), built for Sycamore, Illinois, First Congregational Church (replaced 1867 Pilcher Bros. opus 79), moved to Saint Boniface (1868), also possible work by William Delle, church closed 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 (Pilcher opus 70/Hann-Wangerin-Weickhardt)

 

 

Hartman-Beaty:  Charleston, South Carolina, Trinity United Methodist Church (1978), utilizing case attributed to Henry Knauff (c. 1860)—35/16

 

 

Harttman, Johann Christoph:  Elgin, Illinois, Church of the Brethren, General Offices (1698), restored 1975 John Brombaugh—9/4-5, 7I; 11/9 (insert)SI; 24/11; 28/6, 18; 29/33; 89/8-9I

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

Hedgeland, Frederick W.—43/14, 18

 

 

Hedstrom, Steven:  Peoria, Illinois, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, later Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church, 1980 rebuild of 1896 Lancashire-Marshall (opus 100)—4/6-7S; 48/3; 49/3-4S

 

 

Helmkamp:  Chicago, Illinois, Saint Louis Catholic Church (1852), 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)

 

 

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

 

Hendrickson (opus 48):  Valparaiso, Indiana, Trinity Lutheran Church (1979), replaced 1923 Wicks (opus 461, built for Springfield, Illinois, Saint John Sanitarium, rebuilt 1941, relocated to Valparaiso 1952, relocated and rebuilt by Wicks 1968 for Lansdale, Minnesota, Peace Lutheran Church)—6/7-9SI; 68/30-32SPI (Wicks/Hendrickson)

 

 

Hill & Son, Wm.:  Montréal, Québec, Canada, Christ Church Cathedral (1860), replaced 1814 Thomas Elliott, burned, electrified 1898 Casavant (opus 90), rebuilt 1900 Casavant (opus 112) and George S. Hutchings, rebuilt 1950 Wm. Hill & Son and Norman and Beard, Ltd., 1960 new console Casavant (opus 2610), replaced 1980 Karl Wilhelm (opus 77)—67/12 (Wilhelm)

 

Hill & Son, Wm., and Norman and Beard, Ltd.:  Montréal, Québec, Canada, Christ Church Cathedral, 1950 rebuild of 1900 Casavant (opus 112) and George S. Hutchings, rebuild of 1898 Casavant (opus 90), electrification of 1860 Wm. Hill & Son, which replaced 1814 Thomas Elliott, burned, 1960 new console Casavant (opus 2610), replaced 1980 Karl Wilhelm (opus 77)—67/12 (Wilhelm)

 

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 17):  Richmond, Indiana, Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church (1901), new building contained 1906 Hook & Hastings (opus 2096)—95/4I; 96/23; 97/22I (Hillgreen-Lane)

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Co.:  Chicago, Illinois, Redeemer Episcopal Church (1905), replaced unknown, 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)

 

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

 

Hillgreen, Lane & Company:  Chicago, Illinois, Blaney Lodge (1910)—64/5

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 237):  Indianapolis, Indiana, All Souls Unitarian Church (1911), replaced 1931 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 4781), replaced 1962 Holtkamp Organ Company (job number 1761)—97/16I

 

Hillgreen, Lane & Company (opus 285): Gary, Indiana, Christ Episcopal Church (1912), console rebuilt 1936, organ rebuilt 1957-1963 by James W. Biggers, Jr., John J. Norris Organ Company, and others, rebuilt 1980-1981, David L. Hamblin, Jr., building now Saint Stephen Missionary Baptist Church—60/10-11S

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 361):  Valparaiso, Indiana, Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church (1914), replaced 1886 Carl Barckhoff, rebuilt 1941 Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 1062), burned 1975, replaced 1978 Steiner-Reck (opus 62), also 1992 Steiner-Reck—68/26-29SPI (Hillgreen-Lane/Steiner-Reck)

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 457):  Chicago, Illinois, Redeemer Episcopal Church, 1916 rebuild of 1905 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 106), which replaced unknown, 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)

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 614):  Chicago, Illinois, Redeemer Episcopal Church, 1921 rebuild of 1916 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 457), rebuild of 1905 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 106), which replaced unknown, 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)

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 899):  Chesterton, Indiana, First Methodist Church (1927), replaced 1984 Steiner-Reck (opus 70), also purchase of 1952 Superior Pipe Organ Service Company rebuild of 1889 Johnson & Son (opus 723), built for Valparaiso, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church, broken up for parts—68/20

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 1062):  Valparaiso, Indiana, Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1941 rebuild of 1914 Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 361), which replaced 1886 Carl Barckhoff, burned 1975, replaced 1978 Steiner-Reck (opus 62), also 1992 Steiner-Reck—68/26-29SPI (Hillgreen-Lane/Steiner-Reck)

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Company (opus 1069):  Mishawaka, Indiana, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 1942 rebuilt of 1893 Van Dinter, rebuild of 1884 Van Dinter, rebuilt 1984 Steiner-Reck (opus 69)—21/7; 34/3-11S (both Van Dinters, Steiner-Reck)PI; 42/6, 8, 11, 13, 16-17

 

Hillgreen-Lane & Company (?):  Valparaiso, Indiana, Valparaiso University, Chapel-Auditorium, 1947 rebuild of 1907 W. W. Kimball, burned 1956—68/5-10PI

 

 

Hinners & Albertsen:  Rogers Park, Illinois, now in Chicago, First Congregational Church (1891)—49/8-9S

 

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

 

Hinners & Albertsen:  Elmhurst, Illinois, Saint Peter Evangelical and Reformed Church, now Saint Peter United Church of Christ, later M. P. Möller, rebuilt 1979 Berghaus—28/37

 

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

 

Hinners & Albertsen (?):  Iron Ridge, Wisconsin, Saint Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church (19??), rebuilt 1974 Peters, Weiland & Co.—14/6-7SI

 

 

Hinners:  Aurora, Illinois, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (1905), sold 1975 to Skokie, Illinois, Trinity Lutheran Church for chapel, church 1971 Roderer, old church housed 1911 Hinners—12/2 (Roderer); 19/22-25SI (1905 Hinners, Roderer); 28/40 (Roderer)

 

Hinners (opus 1216):  Carpentersville, Illinois, Zion United Church of Christ (1911)—41/26-27SI; 73/3, 5-7SI; 74/20; 75/7-8; 76/19-20 (Convention)

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hinners:  Chicago, Illinois, Saint Dominic Catholic Church (1922), restored 1983-1984 Bradford—15/34-35SI; 24/11; 28/6, 22, 39; 42/18

 

Hinners:  Crescent City, Illinois, Saint Peter Lutheran Church (1901), rebuilt 1970 Roderer—28/40

 

Hinners:  Forreston, Illinois, Forreston Reformed Church (1919)—12/12

 

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 Okemos, Michigan, William J. Schneider—18/16-17SI (Hinners); 28/37

 

Hinners:  now in Kickapoo, Illinois, Saint Mary Catholic Church—48/3; 49/4; 97/7-8SI

 

Hinners:  Marshall, Illinois, First United Methodist Church (1909), restored 1982 Holloway—19/10-13, 26 (insert) SPI

 

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

 

Hinners:  Oak Park, Illinois, Washington Boulevard Methodist Episcopal Church (1917), building later Light of Liberty Church, Methodist congregation merged with Cuyler Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, Trinity Methodist Church, Willard Memorial Methodist Church, to form Cornerstone United Methodist Church, using the Cuyler Avenue church—78/12-14

 

Hinners:  Paxton, Illinois, Federated Church (1911)—40/20

 

Hinners:  Skokie, Illinois, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1911 Hinners (old church), new church has 1971 Roderer, chapel has 1905 Hinners, built for Aurora, Illinois, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church—12/2 (Roderer); 19/22-25SI (both organs); 28/40 (Roderer)

 

Hinners:  Yorkville, Illinois, 1913 Hinners, rebuilt 1980 Berghaus—28/37

 

Hinners:  Gary, Indiana, First Methodist Episcopal Church (1917)—59/9

 

Hinners (opus 1662):  built 1913, for Gary, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (now First United Presbyterian Church), then, Chicago, Illinois, Annunciation Catholic Church, now in Portland, Oregon, Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, rebuilt 1978 Harley Perkins, replaced by 1941 Austin (opus 2043), and 1924 Skinner (opus 424, rebuilt 1949 A. R. Temple & Associates)—57/16 (Hinners); 59/11-16S (all organs)—57/16; 83/3-4I; 99/11

 

Hinners:  East Chicago, Indiana, First Congregational Church (1914), rebuilt or replaced E. Anderson—65/12-13S (Anderson)

 

Hinners:  East Chicago, Indiana, Saint Mary Catholic Church (1917), replaced 1959 Wicks (opus 3997), building demolished 1998, Wicks in storage for new church—66/8-9SI (Wicks)

 

Hinners (opus 582):  Michigan City, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (1904), burned 1908, replaced Hinners (1909), replaced 1989 Steiner-Reck (opus 84)—18/16I

 

Hinners:  Michigan City, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (1909), replaced 1904 Hinners (opus 582), burned 1908, replaced 1989 Steiner-Reck (opus 84)—18/16I

 

Hinners (?):  Terre Haute, Indiana, Montrose Church, also, 1908 Estey (opus 554)—19/11, 13

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

 

Hoffmann, Otto:  Albany, Texas:  Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church (1956)—28/39

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

Holland, Henry:  Montréal, Québec, Canada, Basilique de Notre-Dame (1792), replaced c. 1701 unknown, replaced unknown, replaced unknown, replaced 1858 S. R. Warren, rebuilt 1890 Casavant (opus 26), electrified 1924 Casavant (opus 1032), tonal revisions 1991 Casavant, also 1888 Casavant (opus 18), moved to Sacre-Couer Chapel, rebuilt 1943 Casavant (opus 1727), burned 1978, replaced 1982 Guilbault-Thérien (opus 17)—67/13

 

 

Holloway:  Bloomington, Illinois, Saint Matthew Episcopal Church, electrification of 1900 August Prante’s Sons, later rebuilt Reverend James M. McEvers, earlier 1865 Garret House—76/10-11

 

Holloway, E. H.:  Frankfort, Indiana:  First Presbyterian Church, 1959 rebuild of 1901 Lancashire-Marshall (opus 131)—96/22

 

Holloway:  Marshall, Illinois, First United Methodist Church, 1982 restoration of 1909 Hinners—19/10-13, 26 (insert) SPI

 

Holloway, E. H. (opus 12):  Richmond, Indiana, Saint Paul Episcopal Church (1966)—96/23

 

 

Holtkamp—see also Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Holtkamp (job number 1592):  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

 

Holtkamp (job number 1600):  La Grange, Illinois, First Congregational Church (1937), now in Chicago, Illinois, Immaculate Conception (Talcott and Harlem)—see Votteler-Holtkamp-Sparling (job number 1600)

 

Holtkamp (job number 1619):  Cleveland, Ohio, First Unitarian Church, replaced portative—18/5

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Holtkamp (job number 1761):  Indianapolis, Indiana, All Souls Unitarian Church (1962), replaced 1931 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 4781), which replaced 1911 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 237)—97/16I

 

Holtkamp/Metzler (job number 1783):  built for Northfield, Illinois, Ascension Lutheran Church (1963), later in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, Hope Lutheran Church—9/10, 14-15SI (Wilhelm); 18/4-7SI

 

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

 

Holtkamp:  Indianapolis, Indiana, Christian Theological Seminary—94/18I; 95/9; 96/22

 

Holtkamp:  Walter Gee, later owned by daughter of Walter Gee (location?)—18/4

 

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 64): Boston, Massachusetts, Tremont Temple (1845), replaced 1853 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 149), replaced 1880 Hook & Hastings (opus 975)—40/7; 44/12-13

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. &. G. G. (opus 149):  Boston, Massachusetts, Tremont Temple (1853), replaced 1880 Hook & Hastings (opus 975), which replaced 1845 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 64)—40/7; 44/12-13

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 160):  built for 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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G.:  Brookline, Massachusetts, Sears Chapel, Christ Church Unity—69/31

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 321):  Chicago, Illinois, New England Congregational Church (1863), burned 1871, replaced 1872 unknown, replaced 1875 Hook & Hastings (opus 809)—25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/19; 28/13; 35/5; 37/13, 15-16; 42/25, 30-31

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 334):  Worcester, Massachusetts, Mechanics Hall (1863)—22/10, 21; 23/12

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G.:  now in Meggett, South Carolina, Saint Paul Episcopal Church (1867), relocated through Organ Clearing House by Mann & Trupiano—35/16

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 437):  Chicago, Illinois, Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, 1867 Pilcher (opus 85, in church, then in chapel), Hook (next in church), 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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 457):  Chicago, Illinois, Grace Methodist Episcopal Church (1868), 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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 471):  Chicago, Illinois, Unity Unitarian Church (1868), burned 1871, replaced 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 (opus 471); 39/14-17SP (opus 471); 41/6-7, 13; 42/26-27, 30-31; 55/13S; 62/6 (Hook); 70/4I (1875 Hook & Hastings)

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 472):  Chicago, Illinois, Grace Episcopal Church (1869), which replaced 1856 Erben, 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); 28/9 (Casavant), 37 (Casavant/Berghaus); 35/5 (Erben, Hook); 36/9 (Erben/Hook); 39/17-18S (Hook); 41/13; 42/31

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 497):  Boston, Massachusetts, Peace Jubilee, rebuilt and relocated to Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Tabernacle—29/9; 40/11

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 499):  Indianapolis, Indiana, Second Presbyterian Church, replaced 1937 Geo. Kilgen & Son (opus 5923), 1968 Aeolian-Skinner (opus 1490)—92/7 (Aeolian-Skinner); 96/22 (Aeolian-Skinner); 97/15I (Kilgen)

 

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

 

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

 

Hook, E. & G. G. (opus 534):  Chicago, Illinois, First Congregational Church (1870), which replaced c. 1857 Simmons & Fisher, burned 1873, replaced 1874 Steere & Turner (opus 77)—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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

Hook, E. & G. G. & Hastings (opus 578): Chicago, Illinois, Union Park Congregational Church (1871), replaced 1868 Johnson (opus 243), merged with First Congregational Church to form New First Congregational Church, replaced by 1927 W. W. Kimball (opus 6949), building now First Baptist Congregational Church—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); 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); 95/3

 

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 648):  Lafayette, Indiana, First Baptist Church (1872), rebuilt 1971 Berghaus—28/36

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 649):  Chicago, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church (1872), 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, replaced 1857 Hall & Labagh, burned 1871, 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), 1923 Skinner (opus 348—remains today in Metropolitan Community Church), new church 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); 40/15 (Hall & Labagh); 42/26, 30 (Hall & Labagh); 58/14-16S; 60/18; 62/10; 69/20 (Skinner); 70/5, 33-49SPI (Hook & Hastings/Skinner/Möller); 74/16-17I (Skinner), 22 (Hook & Hastings); 78/4 (Rutz); 79/3 (Rutz); 80/4 (Rutz)

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 794):  Chicago, Illinois, Unity Unitarian Church (building later Medinah Temple, now Scottish Rite Cathedral) (1875), which replaced 1868 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 471), burned 1871—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); 41/6-7, 13 (1868 Hook); 42/26-27, 30-31(1868 Hook); 55/13-16S; 56/20; 62/6 (Hook); 70/4I (1875 Hook & Hastings); 75/7-8, 15 (recording); 76/15-16 (Convention); 78/4

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 801):  Boston, Massachusetts, Cathedral of the Holy Cross (1875), electrified c. 1929 William Laws, some restoration Henri Lahaise & Sons—43/30; 69/33

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 809):  Chicago, Illinois, New England Congregational Church (1875), replaced 1863 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 321), burned 1871, replaced 1872 unknown—25/21, 23 (both Hooks); 26/19; 28/13 (opus 321); 35/5; 37/13, 15-16; 42/25, 30-31

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 870):  Logansport, Indiana, Trinity Episcopal Church (1877), rebuilt 1970’s Kurt Roderer—24/10-11SI

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 975):  Boston, Massachusetts, Tremont Temple (1880), which replaced 1853 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 149), which replaced 1845 E. & G. G. Hook (opus 64)—40/7; 44/12-13

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1045):  built for Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Industrial Exposition, later in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Immanuel Presbyterian Church (1881)—4/10

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1144):  Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Holy Communion Episcopal Church (1883), restored 1960 Richard Crane—10/9; 11/1, 5SI

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1186):  Montréal, Québec, Canada, Chapelle du Grand Seminaire (1883), also c. 1864 unknown, also c. 1907 Joseph Émil Pépin, rebuilt 1938 Casavant (opus 1596) and 1964 Odilon Jacques, replaced 1990 Guilbault-Thérien (opus 35)—67/12

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1227):  Chicago, Illinois, Church of Our Saviour, Episcopal (1884), 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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1295):  built for 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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1335):  Lake Forest, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church (1887), rebuilt 1925 Wangerin-Weickhardt, replaced 1973 Casavant (opus 3160), chapel 1965 Schlicker—89/10, 14-18SI (Casavant, Schlicker)

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1442):  Chicago, Illinois, Hyde Park Presbyterian Church (founded as First Presbyerian Church of Hyde Park), which replaced 1870 Hall & Labagh (built for Newark, New Jersey, Third Presbyterian Church, later in Newark, New Jersey, Jewish Temple), 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)—26/19 (Hook); 35/6 (Hall & Labagh); 40/15-18 (Hall & Labagh); 41/3 (Hall & Labagh, Hook & Hastings); 66/11, 24-32SI (Skinner); 67/18 (Skinner)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1481):  Elkhart, Illinois, Saint John the Baptist Episcopal Chapel (1891)—32/3

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1503):  built for Chicago, Illinois, Saint John Episcopal Church (1891), possibly later in Chicago, Illinois, Christ Episcopal Church—24/12-13SI

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1605):  Evanston, Illinois, Saint Luke Episcopal Church, replaced unknown, replaced 1906 Colburn & Taylor, replaced 1922 Skinner (opus 327), altered 1959 Æolian-Skinner (opus 327-A), chapel organ 1910 Casavant (opus 386), replaced 1959 M. P. Möller (opus 9244), later alterations by Tellers, later alterations by Kurt Roderer, also work by Frank J. Sauter & Sons, Inc., chapel organ sold 1986 to Rosemont, Illinois, Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, restorations 1990’s Thompson-Allen, also c. 1986 Karl Wilhelm positiv—15/26-32 SI (Skinner/Casavant/Möller); 28/9 (Skinner); 65/6-12, 14SI (Skinner/Casavant/Möller)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1671):  Indianapolis, Indiana, Fletcher Place Methodist Episcopal Church, relocated to Acton United Methodist Church (1895)—95/10I; 96/21, 22-23I; 97/1I (Fletcher)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1702):  built for Cheyenne, Wyoming, First Congregational Church (1896), 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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 1861):  built for Joliet, Illinois, First Presbyterian Church, moved 1923 to Maple Park, Illinois, Saint Mary Catholic Church, refurbished 1980’s George Buck, oboe from Joliet, Illinois, Saint Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1920 Estey (rebuilt 1950’s Warren Gratian, replaced 1981 electronic)—12/11S; 24/4, 14-15 (insert) SPI

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 2096):  Richmond, Indiana Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church (1906), previous building 1901 Hillgreen-Lane & Co. (opus 17)—95/4I; 96/23; 97/22I (Hillgreen-Lane)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 2106):  Kenilworth, Illinois, Holy Comforter Episcopal Church (1906), burned 1906, replaced 1907 Hook & Hastings (opus 2147), replaced 1928 with c. 1927 Welte (?), built for Wilmette, Illinois, Wilmette Village Theatre, replaced 1965 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1455), since altered—81/18-23SPI (Æolian-Skinner)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 2107):  Boston, Massachusetts, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Extension (1906), rebuilt 1949 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)

 

Hook & Hastings (opus 2147):  Kenilworth, Illinois, Holy Comforter Episcopal Church (1907), replaced 1906 Hook & Hastings (opus 2106), burned 1906, replaced 1928 with c. 1927 Welte (?), built for Wilmette, Illinois, Wilmette Village Theatre, replaced 1965 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1455), since altered—81/18-23SPI (Æolian-Skinner)

 

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

 

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

 

Hook & Hastings:  Chicago, Illinois, Christ Episcopal Church, c. 1891, possibly built for Chicago, Illinois, Saint John Episcopal Church (opus 1503?)—24/12-13SI

 

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

 

 

Hope-Jones:  South Bend, Indiana, First Presbyterian Church (c. 1910), later People’s Church, later Ambassadors for Christ, replaced 1877 Johnson & Son (opus 500)—73/13-14SI

 

 

Hough, Harrison A.:  Springfield, Illinois, Saint Paul Episcopal Church (later Cathedral), c. 1843, replaced 1848 Schwab, replaced 1881 Johnson & Son (opus 554), replaced 1920 Austin (opus 930), replaced 1977 electronic—52/4-5

 

 

House, Garret:  Bloomington, Illinois, Saint Matthew Episcopal Church (1865), replaced 1900 August Prante’s Sons, electrified by Holloway, rebuilt Reverend James M. McEvers—76/10-11

 

House, Garret:  Bloomington, Illinois, Second Presbyterian Church (1865), replaced 1921 Estey (opus 1824), replaced 1956 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1325), 1982 additions M. P. Möller, 1986 M. P. Möller console—76/10-11

 

House, Garrett:  Chicago, Illinois, First Baptist Church, later Second Baptist Church (1857), burned 1871, replaced 1867 Johnson (opus 216), rebuilt 1871 Ira Bassett, burned 1874, replaced 1882 Johnson & Son (opus 588), rebuilt 1924 M. P. Möller (opus 3624), now Olivet Baptist Church—14/14 (Johnson/Bassett); 25/21, 22 (Johnson/Bassett), 23 (1882 Johnson); 26/19 (Johnsons/Bassett); 35/5 (House, Johnson); 37/4-5 (House); 38/12; 41/12-13 (1867 Johnson); 42/20, 22, 31 (House and 1867 Johnson); 71/10; 72/6I

 

 

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

 

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

 

 

Howell (opus 9):  Dixon, Illinois, Saint Luke Episcopal Church—12/11-12S

 

Howell (opus 27):  Oregon, Illinois, Saint Paul Lutheran Church—12/15

 

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

 

 

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

 

 

Huntington, S. L.:  now in Chehalis, Washington, Saint John Lutheran Church, 1993 rebuild of c. 1890 Koehnken & Grimm—57/15

 

 

Hutchings-Plaisted (opus 67):  Worcester, Massachusetts, All Saints Episcopal Church (1876), replaced 1864 Johnson (opus 163), burned 1874, 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 (Æolian-Skinner (opus 909)

 

 

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

 

Hutchings, Geo. S.:  Calais, Maine, Second Baptist Church (1884)—8/3; 10/2

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Hutchings, Geo. S. (opus 336):  Lockport, Massachusetts, Grace Episcopal Church, one rank later 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)

 

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

 

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

 

Hutchings:  Oswego, New York, United Church of Christ (1899)—4/8

 

Hutchings, Geo. S.:  Woodstock, Vermont, Christian Church, 1899 relocation 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

 

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

 

Hutchings, Geo. S.:  Montréal, Québec, Canada, Christ Church Cathedral, participation in 1900 Casavant (opus 112), rebuild of 1898 Casavant (opus 90), electrification of 1860 Wm. Hill & Son, which replaced 1814 Thomas Elliott, burned, rebuilt 1950 Wm. Hill & Son and Norman and Beard, Ltd., 1960 new console Casavant (opus 2610), replaced 1980 Karl Wilhelm (opus 77)—67/12 (Wilhelm)

 

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

 

 

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

 

Hutchings-Votey (opus 535):  Chicago, Illinois, Second Presbyterian Church (see also Olivet Presbyterian Church), 1901 rebuild of 1873 Johnson & Son (opus 410), rebuilt 1892 Farrand & Votey (which replaced 1854 Andrews, rebuilt 1864 Chant, burned 1871), 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 (Andrews/Chant); 54/12; 55/6-10S (Austin); 56/19-20

 

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

 

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

 

Hutchings-Votey (opus 1494):  Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist (1903), founded as Dr. Sawyer's Church, later First Church of Christ, Scientist, now Sixth Church—26/3-5SI

 

Hutchings-Votey (opus 1503 or 1518):  Racine, Wisconsin, built as Church of the Good Shepherd, later Unitarian-Universalist Church (1903), rebuilt 1970 Roderer—11/4, 8SI; 28/40

 

Hutchings-Votey (opus 1518 or 1503):  Racine, Wisconsin, built as Church of the Good Shepherd, later Unitarian-Universalist Church (1903), rebuilt 1970 Roderer—11/4, 8SI; 28/40

 

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

 

Hutchings-Votey (opus 1583):  Chicago, Illinois, Memorial Baptist Church, replaced 1869 Johnson & Son (opus 295, probably rebuilt from 1846 Thomas Appleton, originally in Brooklyn Heights, New York, Church of the Pilgrims), rebuilt 1945 Æolian-Skinner (opus 1055)—26/19 (Appleton/Johnson); 35/5 (Johnson); 40/4; 61/5; 62/19, 23-25S

 

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

 

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

 

 

Hutchings (opus 1661):  Woodstock, Illinois, Saint Mary Catholic Church (1910)—28/37; 41/27-31SPI; 73/3-5SPI; 74/20; 75/8; 76/17-18 (Convention); 77/3

 

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

 

 

Hybrid—see also Unknown

 

Hybrid:  Arlington Heights, Illinois, Arlington Heights Evangelical Free Church, rebuilt 1982 Berghaus, burned 1982—28/38

 

Hybrid:  Aurora, Illinois, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, rebuilt 1981 Berghaus—28/38

 

Hybrid:  Elgin, Illinois, First Congregational Church, rebuild of 1893 Farrand & Votey (opus 71), rebuilt 1970 Berghaus—28/37

 

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

 

Hybrid:  Hinsdale, Illinois, Redeemer Lutheran Church, rebuilt 1984 Berghaus—28/37

 

Hybrid:  Norridge, Illinois, Leon Berry residence, later in Park Ridge, Illinois—9/3-4, 6-7I

 

Hybrid:  Park Ridge, Illinois, Leon and Mildred Berry residence, ealier in Norridge, Illinois—9/3-4, 6-7I