Updated through online information from Peter O'Hearn. -- The current console is actually a Reisner, detached from the case; the original was attached / integral to the case. The shallots of the choir clarinet are stamped H.T. Levi; the shallots for the remains of the orig. Gt. Trumpet are also stamped H.T. Levi from tenor c up but the shallots for the bottom oct are stamped G. Beach. (The choir clarinet is only a tenor c stop. )
Updated through online information from Zachariah. -- The builder is Giles Beach, but the console is Casavant.
Updated through online information from Zachariah TeBordo. -- The organ so far is believed to be by Casavant, and we have sent an email to verify with their records. It also has some issues, that need to be fixed that are minor. Beyond that, the trumpets are inoperable. We are actively searching for a grant to fix the instrument, as we are in a poor inner-city community.
From 2006 Organ Atlas (p. 109) Electrified with pneumatic pulldowns ca. 1950.