Contract signed in 1964; installed 1965â€“1966. Tonal finishing by Don Gilette in 1966. Dedication recital by Alec Wyton, 1966. Source, email from Randall Dyer, March 5, 2018.
According to Randall S. Dyer, the new console had the first new legal ivory keys in perhaps 20 years.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield. -- Originally installed as Aeolian-Skinner 3/47 Op. 1454 in 1964; console renovated in 1984 by Dyer and nine ranks added; in 2001, Dyer added a new 4-manual console, a 9-rank Antiphonal with separate 2-manual console and 10 new ranks to the main organ; prepared-for stops were gradually installed so that the organ is now a 4/86.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
This Organ identified through information received from Randall Dyer. Rebuild of and additions to Dyer Organ No. 31. New four-manual console, new Solo and encased Antiphonal with attached two-manual console