Updated through online information from David Brockman. -- Just a correction on the "additional notes" section. The current console came from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Gastonia, NC - not Trinity Church as stated.
Casework designed by Maurice R. Cote (organist of the church in 1987).
Identified through online information from Christopher Bord. -- Rebuild of Hook & Hastings, using console of 1958 Möller, Opus 9144, from [ed., Holy] Trinity Church, North Carolina. See the original entry for further details.
Identified through online information from Robert Faucher. -- Möller console retained and modified to control an older (Hook & Hastings?) instrument on slider chests with E/P pulldowns and SLIC motor stop controls. Plate on console mentions renovations done in 1987 by Philip Beaudry & Co.
Church interior with organ in rear gallery: Photograph by LifeNeeded (Google image), submitted by Jim Stettner. Taken approx. 2022
Twin organ facades in rear gallery: Photograph by Pelland Organ Co. (still capture from video), submitted by Jim Stettner. Taken on 2022-04-04
Left organ chamber facade: Photograph from an archival source: Church Twitter, submitted by Jim Stettner. Taken on 2018-05-21