OHS Database ID 10145.
This instrument is known from a single historic document only; it is presumed to be no longer extant.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition January 11, 2008.
Tubular pneumatic key action. Pneumatic stop action.
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|Ballroom Interior. Photograph (ca. 1900) from the collection of Jim Lewis|
|Ballroom Interior. Console behind screen at right. Photograph (ca. 1900) from the collection of Jim Lewis|
|Rear of console on moveable platform with tone grilles above windows. Jim Lewis collection, courtesy of Jim Lewis (c.1944)|
Pipe organs in New York sponsored by Foley-Baker, Inc.
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