Updated through online information from Samuel Lam.
Updated through information from Tony Meloni, posted to PIPORG-L: "We also did a fair amount of restoration work on the organ at Central Union Church, which contains another Aeolian Skinner from that period. It is a it larger, with a lot more 'spike' to it due to the scaling and style of the principals, mixtures and reeds. The Skinner console is long gone, having been replaced by a four manual Austin console in the 1990s (pre-Ed Odell). It works very well."
Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- Replaced Skinner Organ Co. Op. 400, 1923. Contracted in 1964. Organ not installed until 1966. Utilized the existing Austin console, the 400-A gallery chassis, and seven retained ranks.
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