The OHS Pipe Organ Database

The list below includes all organs that have been designated National Heritage Pipe Organs. The most recently presented award appears first. Clicking on the short description of the organ will open detailed information about it in another window or tab. There you will be able to see an image of the specific award the organ received.

 

416 1930 The Aeolian Co., Opus 1722
1930 Aeolian Opus 1722, enlarged through the addition of Aeolian-Skinner Opus 887-X2 in 1938.
Residence: William F. Raskob - Irisbrook / Raskob Foundation, Greenville, Delaware
Organ of Historical Significance, award presented June 1, 2015.
 
417 1838 Hill & Davison,
Built in 1838 by Hill & Davison, relocated to Tallahassee ca. 1940; restoration by Sennholtz completed in 1984
St. John's Episcopal Church, Tallahassee, Florida
Organ of Historical Significance, award presented June 1, 2015.
 
415 Henry C. Kilgen
An original installation, restored in 2014 by Charles Ruggles with the assistance of Michael Friesen and Howard Bennett.
St. Augustine R.C. Church / St. Augustine's Cultural Center, Austin, Nevada
Organ of Historical Significance, award presented September 27, 2014.
 
414 1929 M. P. Möller Opus 5566
Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia
Landmark of American Organbuilding, award presented July 2, 2013.
 
412 1836 E. & G. G. Hook, Opus 26
(Built for St. Mark's Episcopal, Warren, Rhode Island; enlarged by Hook & Hastings, 1875 and relocated to Northfield in 1892 by Harold Seaver; alterations by A. David Moore, 1976.)
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Northfield, Vermont
Organ of Historical Significance, award presented June 28, 2013.
 
413 1854 Wm. B. D. Simmons,
(Built for the Brick Church, Montpelier, Vermont and relocated to the Methodist Church, Northfield, Vermont in 1866; renovated by A. David Moore in 1975.)
United Methodist, Northfield, Vermont
Organ of Cultural Significance, award presented June 28, 2013.
 
410 1837 Henry Erben
St. John's Episcopal, Highgate Falls, Vermont
Landmark of American Organbuilding, award presented June 26, 2013.
 
411 1833 Henry Erben,
(Built for St. Paul's Episcopal, Burlington, Vermont; relocated in 1869 to Grace Episcopal; restored in 2001 by Andrew Smith and A. David Moore.)
Grace Episcopal, Sheldon, Vermont
Landmark of American Organbuilding, award presented June 26, 2013.