Wm. A. Johnson, Opus 153, 1863
This organ received OHS Citation number 85, 1988-11-13.
Portland, Connecticut 06480
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The organ has been removed from this location and is currently in storage.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition 2008-09-26.
Two manuals. 17 stops.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
- Status Note: There 1986 (OHS PC Database. 2004-10-30)
- From Universalist Church, Middletown, CT in 1917. Pedalboard rebuilt and enlarged, and combinations pedals added in 1898 by W. K. Evarts at Middletown. Restored by J. Clem Young 1982. (OHS PC Database. 2004-10-30)
- Updated through information from Scot Huntington: "The Johnson organ was sold two years ago to Andy Smith of Cornish, NH, who has the organ in storage and available for sale, properly restored." (James Cook. 2008-09-26)
Elsworth, John Van Varick. The Johnson Organs. (Harrisville, New Hampshire: Boston Organ Club Chapter of the Organ Historical Society, 1984), 99 
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