Updated through online information from Philip Stimmel.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- According to the Estey Opus List as published in the Boston Organ Club newsletter (1973-79) and the Estey Organ website (www.esteyorgan.com) the organ was originally fitted with a player. Large, three-sectional facade containing 59 pipes arranged: 19-21-19. The organ was dedicated in a rather grand program by S. Archer Gibson, organist of Brick Presbyterian on Fifth Ave. In New York City, on February 22, 1906.
From Phil Stimmel: The organ was given to the church in memory of General Julius Jacob Estey by his sons, Jacob Gray Estey and Julius Harry Estey.
Electrified 1958, Elroy E. Hewitt.
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