Updated by Tom McNeil, who has heard or played the organ. In addition Tom McNeil gave this as a source of information: I am a piano restoration specialist, and also a low brass player. I’ve performed with this organ a half a dozen times. I’m reporting that this organ was apparently designed for about A=435 Hz, and sometimes plays a bit below that, e.g., 434 Easter 2019.
Updated through online information from Marilyn Polson. -- O. H. S. Citation was awarded on October 16, 1994 on the occasion of the organ's centennial celebration.
Updated through online information from Marilyn Polson. -- Renovated in 1993 (note corrected date). In excellent condition and unaltered.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
On-line update from Marilyn J. Polson -- Randolph now includes sections that were once identified as 'West Randolph.' This instrument was renovated in 1983 after a smoky fire in the sanctuary. This was just in time for its centennial celebration. Renovation by Watersmith Pipe Organs of Enfield, N. H.
Status Note: There 1983
Built for the Christian (later Christian Church) Society, West Randolph, VT. Relocated here in 1905.