Church demolished 2021
Identified through on-line information from Jeffrey Donnelly. -- The original stencils on the façade pipes have been unfortunately painted over; I do have an original photo and had planned to have the façade repainted to the original. A new blower was installed in 2004 by Joseph Rulli. The manual keys were refurbished and a new reservoir was installed, replacing the original double-rise; this work was done sometime in the 1960s. To my knowledge, the organ is in its original condition with the exception of the new blower and reservoir. When I served as organist, I engaged the services of Joseph Rulli as curator of the organ. During my time with the organ, it recieved the utmost care and regular major tunings. Apart from tuning issues, the organ is in excellent and fully-operational condition. There are markings and shipping labels inside the organ from its move from North Carolina to Pennsylvania.
Organ in rear gallery: Photograph by Jeff Donnelly, submitted by Andrew Scanlon. Taken approx. Before 2022
Builder's nameplate: Photograph by Jeff Donnelly, submitted by Andrew Scanlon. Taken approx. Before 2022