Updated by William M. Worden, who gave this as the source of the information: Speculation?.
\r\nThe congregation\'s previous organ, brought from the previous church, referred to in this entry, is probably the Felgemaker Opus 1027 of 1909 listed in the database for First English Lutheran Church, Detroit. I have just submitted an update on that entry noting the likely identification of that church and the fact that there was no sign of an organ in that church when it was photographed in 2006.
Updated through online information from Shawn P. Keith. -- The Swell 8' Vox Humana was listed in the shop specs as "prepared for," but instead, the Vox Humana and chest were retained from the church's previous instrument (unknown builder and vintage), relocated from their previous building. The Antiphonal division, originally left in "prepared for" status, was completed in 1974 by M.P. Moller (including a 1M/P console near the Chancel area) as their Opus A-9194.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from Keith Nelsen. -- This organ has had two stops added to the pedals. 32' Contra Bourdon and 32' Contra Posaune
Identified from factory documents and publications courtesy of Stephen Schnurr.
Gallery and Pipe Display: Möller Promotional Photo; collection of Jeff Scofield. Taken on 1958-10-02
Swell Pipework (16' Rohrbourdon, 4' Koppel Flute, 16' Fagotto, 8' Trumpet, and 4' Hautbois): Photograph by Shawn P. Keith. Taken on 2013-06-20
Console: Photograph by Moller promotional photo, collection of Jeff Scofield, submitted by Jeff Scofield. Taken approx. 1958