This organ stands in a central recess at the front of the frame building. The projecting key desk has terraced jambs and round-shank oblique knobs lettered in Old English; the Tremolo and coupler knobs are on the fall board above the Swell manual, divided on both sides of a patent wind indicator. The dated, six-sided, diamond-shaped ivory nameplate is• situated on the ·facade above the keydesk. The manual chests are N chests with low C at the treble end. Some ranks are marked with the number "3/M & B". (Morey's records indicate that this would have been number four of the firm. The St. Mary's organ, which would have been number seven, is marked number 165, reflecting a continuation of J. G. Marklove's numbering system.) The hand pumping mechanism is intact except for the pump handle having been sawed off. -- from 1980 OHS Handbook
Updated through information posted to PIPORG-L by Cullie Mowers: -- The "little sister" of St. Mary's organ was historically restored in stages and rededicated in 2006. Its bright, clear ensemble with choruses through 2' on both manuals is amazingly flexible; the church is the oldest public building in the county.
On-line information from Cullie Mowers: Restored 2006. OHS Plaque presentation and recital by Will Headlee June 4, 2006.
Status Note: There 1980