Updated through on-line information from Randall Newman. -- New building was built approx 1969. Around this time Dutchcraft Pipe Organs of Haledon NJ reused many of the pipes from the previous instrument and incorporated them into an essentially new instrument utilizing Stinkens and Gieseke pipework, a Reisner console, and their own Austin-style windchests. Great and Choir were on exposed flower pot type chests on either sides of the Chancel and the Swell was in a chamber behind the Great on the Right side. Console sat below the Great windchest. Organ was removed Summer of 2010 and parts dispersed. Building slated for demolition to make way for a chain drug store. (Database Manager. August 11, 2010)
This was an essentially new organ incorporating the existing Hook & Hastings pipework on new chests with a new supply house console.