Updated through online information from Andrew Hagberg. -- The organ was altered in the early 20th century, probably by George Reed. A second pedal rank was added consistent with his work, and the Gt. Trumpet was replaced with a string. There is also a rank of pipes missing on the Great chest, probably a 4' flute.
The Great suffered extensive damage due to plaster falling on it over many years. The Swell remains largely intact and undamaged. The blower wiring is no longer connected, and the windline is damaged.
The current congregation expressed a desire to restore the organ to a playable state and use it for worship and concerts, but they do not have the funds available at this time.
Updated through online information from William Dunklin. -- The oldest standing church in Clinton, the building was erected in 1853, three years after The First Unitarian Society of Clinton was organized. The first level was added at a later date, requiring the original structure to be raised.
Altered. Stoplist in Richmond.