Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- Free-standing and encased. 3-sectional facade containing 33 ornately-stenciled pipes arranged: 7-[7-5-7]-7. Case of black walnut. This organ was halfway between the Size 11 and a Size 12 models. It had one stop more than a Size 11 (the Swell 8' Cornopean), but one stop less than a full Size 12 (the Pedal 8' Violoncello). The organ was last played on Monday, August 30, 1965 by Miss Judith Percy - just before dismantling commenced. The old edifice was razed to make way for a new public library. Sources: H&H opus list; Andover files; extant, altered organ; newspaper article.
On-line update from Judith A. Ollikkala -- The first organ here was a W. B. D. Simmons & Co. two-manual tracker of 1854, prior to 1887. It may have been in the first church building on West Main St., Fitchburg MA.
OCH. Altered 1961 by D. H. McPeak, Gardner, MA. Original building on Main St. demolished 1965. Organ stored by Ed. Boadway, then moved to new building and rebuilt by Andover. Stoplist in BOC 21 is the original stoplist