Updated through online information from Robert Passow. -- The Pedal Waldhorn is borrowed from the Swell. The Great 16' Bourdon is borrowed and extended from the Pedal. Original Rohrflote on swell was replaced in the 1950s, due to tuning issues, with a Quintadana. The Rohrflote was subsequently restored (now labeled Chimney Flute.) The instrument is still in use at weekly services and for occasional recitals.
Updated through online information from Jonathan M. Bowen. -- At some point, one of the 8' Diapasons on the great was moved to a 4', with bass octave in storage in blower room. An addition of a 16' Dulciana in the pedal. Bourdon 16 on Great and Pedal are borrowed, not Diapason 16. Great Tuba is enclosed in Choir box.
Updated through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn:
Dedication recital played by William E. Zeuch June 6, 1930; extant and with slight alterations; refurbished by Arthur Allen Douglas, Jr. in 1979.
Status Note: There 1997
Refurbished by Arthur Allen Douglas, Jr. in 1979.