Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ was removed from Proctor, transported, and reassembled/installed by a committee of four parishioners headed by C.W. Sykes. It took about a month to reinstall. It was rededicated in morning services on June 20, 1926. A recital including the Equinox Orchestra was given from 7:00-to-8:00 that same evening. The organ was restored along historic guidelines by the Andover Organ Co. in 1974 as their R-163. The facade is 3-sectional with 25 handsomely stencilled pipes arranged: 5-(5-5-5)-5, and 21 stencilled "tomato can" dummies above/behind the main facade. The organ is recessed into a front chamber. It is still able to be hand-pumped. Documented October 21, 1988.
The original builder was Johnson & Son (1896, Opus843).
Status Note: There 1990
From Union Church (originally Proctor Family Chapel), Proctor, VT in 1926. Restored Andover.
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