The OHS Pipe Organ Database

The list below contains all organs in the database (as of May 29, 2017) that have had photographs associated with their entries in the last 21 days: 163 images of 61 individual instruments. Images were most recently added 2017-05-29. To search for a particular city, state or institution, use crtl-F/command-F. Click the name of the institution to open the page with details about the organ, or click on a thumbnail image to see a larger image.

The organs whose photographs have been added to the Database most recently appear at the top of the page. The order in which the organs are listed can be changed by choosing to see them arranged alphabetically by city or state.

Schantz Organ Co. Opus 34 (1948). Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. New Lexington, Ohio.

A. B. Felgemaker Co. Opus 429 (1881). St. Paul Methodist Church. Springfield, Ohio.

W. W. Kimball Co. (1904). First Methodist Episcopal Church. Moscow, Idaho.

Casavant Frères Ltée. Opus 2307 (1956). Austin Avenue Methodist Church. Waco, Texas.

Emil Witzmann (1885). St. John's United Church of Christ. Palatine, Illinois.

Hinners & Albertsen Opus 454 (1901). Grace United Methodist Church. Jamestown, Missouri.

Austin Organs, Inc. Opus 2423 (1965). First Congregational Church. Kokomo, Indiana.

M. P. Möller Opus 5848 (1930). First Presbyterian Church. Saginaw, Michigan.

Schantz Organ Co. (1970). University United Methodist Church. Austin, Texas.

Wm. Johnson & Son Opus 647 (1885). First Presbyterian Church. Saginaw, Michigan.

W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc. (1979). St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Greenville, North Carolina.

Casavant Frères Ltée. Opus 1531 (1936). Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Hall Organ Co. (1934). Trinity Episcopal Church. Portland, Connecticut.

Estey Organ Co. (1915). St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Greenville, North Carolina.

A. B. Felgemaker Co. Opus 522 (1888). Heavenly Rest Episcopal / Central Church of the Nazarene / Changing Lives Now Ministry / My Church Ohio. Springfield, Ohio.

Cole Church Organ Co. (1906). St. Anne's R.C. Church. Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Schudi Organ Co. (1982). St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Richardson, Texas.

Randall Dyer & Assoc., Inc. Organ No. 63 (2005). Residence: Jordan. Lebanon, Tennessee.

Murray M. Harris (Organ Co.) (1912). Scottish Rite Cathedral. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Puget Sound Pipe Organs (2017). Residence: James R. Stettner. Stanwood, Washington. (Original Builder: Marshall Stone [1960])

W. W. Kimball Co. (1927). Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist / Manna (Korean) Methodist Church. Los Angeles, California.

Visser-Rowland Associates Opus 85 (1989). Our Savior Lutheran Church. San Bernardino, California.

Erik Johansson (1982). St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Greenville, North Carolina.

W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc. Opus 5 (1966). East Carolina University. Greenville, North Carolina.

C. B. Fisk, Inc. Opus Opus126 (2005). St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Greenville, North Carolina.

Bruce Shull Organbuilder Opus 3 (1978). Charleston Baptist Temple. Charleston, West Virginia.

Bruce Shull Organbuilder Opus 4 (1981). First United Presbyterian Church. Huron, Ohio.

Werner Bosch Opus 545 (1969). Residence: William Hurt, III. Seattle, Washington.

Rubin S. Frels (1975). Houston Texas Stake, Bering Building, LDS. Houston, Texas.

M. P. Möller Opus 5402 (1929). Convent of the Transfiguration (Episcopal). Glendale, Ohio.

Schantz Organ Co. (1970). University United Methodist Church. Austin, Texas.

Schantz Organ Co. (2003). Residence: F.A. Sieberling / Stan Hywet Hall. Akron, Ohio. (Original Builder: The Aeolian Co. [1915])

Hall Organ Co. (1934). Trinity Episcopal Church. Portland, Connecticut.

Philip Ianna (2002). Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. St. Louis, Missouri. (Original Builder: Kilgen Organ Co. [1946])

Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. Opus 986 (1938). New York World's Fair (1939–40). New York City: Queens (Flushing Meadows), New York.

Estey Organ Co. Opus 1689 (1919). Hollywood Baptist Church. Hollywood, California.

Estey Organ Co. Opus 2922 (1930). Seventh-day Adventist Church. Glendale, California.

David E. Wallace & Company LLC (2012). Christ Church, Episcopal. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Hook & Hastings Co. [1893])

C. B. Fisk, Inc. Opus 83 (1983). Downtown United Presbyterian/Brick Presbyterian/Second Presbyterian. Rochester, New York.

Andover Organ Co. Opus R200 (1978). Grace Episcopal Church. Lyons, New York. (Original Builder: Henry Erben [1845])

Austin Organs, Inc. Opus 2718 (1989). First Presbyterian Church. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Estey Organ Co. Opus 2362 (1925). First Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Mangum, Oklahoma.

Holtkamp Organ Co. Job 1771 (1964). Incarnate Word Lutheran Church. Rochester, New York.

Rob Kerner (2010). St. Mary's R.C. Church. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Hook & Hastings Co. [1896])

The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Opus 2215 (1937). First Universalist Church. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Hope-Jones Organ Co. [1908])

Raymond J. Brunner (2006). Incarnate Word Lutheran Church. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Samuel Bohler [1869])

Dobson Pipe Organ Builders (2000). Univ. of Rochester, Eastman School of Music. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Jan van Daalen [])

Parsons Pipe Organ Builders Opus 9 (1995). St. John's Lutheran Church. Lyons, New York. (Original Builder: C. E. Morey [])

W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc. Opus 411 (1988). Holy Family R.C. Church. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc. Opus 254 (1980). First Presbyterian Church. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

M. P. Möller Opus 4393 (1926). Thirteenth Church of Christ, Scientist / L A Full Gospel Church. Los Angeles, California.

Holtkamp Organ Co. Job 1692 (1956). Corpus Christi R.C. Church. New York City: Manhattan, New York.

M. P. Möller Opus 1501 (1913). First Methodist Episcopal Church. River Forest, Illinois.

Wicks Organ Co. (1985). Ascension Lutheran Church. Del City, Oklahoma.

Berghaus Organ Co. (2001). St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Chicago, Illinois.

The Aeolian Co. Opus 1411 (1917). Residence: Nicholas F. Brady ("Inisfada"). Manhasset, New York.

Bond Organ Builders, Inc. (2017). Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Wenatchee, Washington. (Original Builder: Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. [1955])

Schlicker Organ Co. (1970). First Lutheran Church. Lyons, New York.

Unknown Builder (1960). Ascension Episcopal Church. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: Skinner Organ Co. [1928])

Taylor & Boody Organbuilders Opus 57 (2008). First Presbyterian Church. Pittsford, New York.

Parsons Pipe Organ Builders Opus 36 (2013). Residence: George Eastman / George Eastman Museum. Rochester, New York. (Original Builder: The Aeolian Co. [1916])

The Aeolian Co. Opus 1411 (1917). Residence: Nicholas F. Brady ("Inisfada"). Manhasset, New York.

Estey Organ Co. Opus 427 (1911). Liberty Theatre. Los Angeles, California.

Holtkamp Organ Co. Job 1811 (1967). St. Christopher's Episcopal Church. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.