Updated by Don Hurd, listing conversations with this person as the source of the information: Frances "Toots" Carucci.
Cincinnati used to have two Sacred Heart churches: Sacred Heart (Italian), and Sacred Heart, Camp Washington. The first, a downtown church was torn down, probably in the 1960's. The Camp Washington church is now known as the Italian church, though we also have San Antonio Church, which is really the church with an Italian congregation. Camp Washington is the home church, though, of the local Sons of Italy and one other Italian organization, and the home of an enormous spaghetti dinner, twice a year. Sacred Heart, Camp Washington, has a wonderful Felgemaker organ, electrified, but from the late 1800s, I'd guess.
Updated through online information from Don Hurd.
A beautiful church, and the perfect room for a great organ.
Updated through online information from Russell Nance. -- The original Hook & Hastings organ was completely rebuilt (and a movable console added) in the 1970s by Bunn=Minnick.
Identified from company publications as edited and expanded in The Hook Opus List 1829-1935, ed. William T. Van Pelt (Organ Historical Society, 1991).
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