Updated through online information from T. Daniel Hancock. -- The Harvard Historical Society reports the following about the organ's condition as of May 07, 2012: "The casework is of pine, with faux oak grained finish, in moderately good condition. The keydesk is semi-projecting, with vertical stop-jambs. All manual pipe work is enclosed in and expression box with vertical shutters operated by a hitch-down pedal, and the front pipes are wooden dummies. The Pedal pipes are arranged diatonically at the back of the organ. The organ is presently blown by an old Spencer fan blower in the cellar, but the original feeders and bellows handle are still intact. The wind-pressure appears to have been raised at some time by the addition of large and uncharacteristic rocks on the bellows, and some of the pipes seem on the verge of over blowing. The pipe work is all intact, but in somewhat damaged condition, the tops of the open metal pipes having been coned out and torn, apparently to sharpen the pitch. These few interventions can all be reversed during a restoration, as this organ is otherwise entirely intact and original." A fundraising campaign for restoration is underway.
Updated through on-line information from Claire Rindenello.
Building formerly Still River Baptist, then Harvard Historical Society. 9/93 form - stop list & pictures.