Wurlitzer Building - New York City
  Wurlitzer Building – 42nd Street
  Wurlitzer Hall - Wurlitzer Building - New York City
  Wurlitzer Hall – 42nd Street
Wurlitzer Showroom

Wurlitzer Building
120 West 42nd Street
New York, N.Y. 10036

Organ Specifications:
120 West 42nd Street (1919-1971)
II/4 "Style C3" Wurlitzer, Op. 2193 (1936)
III/12 "Style R20" Wurlitzer, Op. 2044 (1929)
II/7 "Style RJ12" Wurlitzer, Op. 2039 (1929)
II/4 "Style RJ4" Wurlitzer, Op. 1963 (1928)
II/6 "Style Sch25" Wurlitzer, Op. 1072 (1925)
II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 1051 (1925)
II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 805 (1924)
II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 784 (1924)
II/3 "Style 105" Wurlitzer, Op. 644 (1923)
II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 588 (1922)
II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 544 (1922)
II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 478 (1921)
II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 421 (1921)
25 West 32nd Street – Hope-Jones Organ Dept.
• II/13? "Style 4 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 3 (1912)



The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Wareroom - 32nd Street, New York City  
25 West 32nd Street  
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 2193 (1936)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style C3
2 manuals, 3 ranks


Wurlitzer's Style C3 was designed for churches and had a detached two-manual scroll console. This organ had a date of February 19, 1936, and was sold to the Bowery Tabernacle Church in New York City on July 31, 1936.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon
8
  Flute
8
  Diapason
4
  Flute
8
  Cello      

   

   
Great (Manual I) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Salicet
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional
2 2/3
  Twelfth
8
  Flute
2
  Piccolo
4
  Octave      

   

   
Swell (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Contra Viol (TC)
4
  Salicet
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional
2
  Piccolo
8
  Flute      

   

   
General
One Balanced Expression Pedal     Tremulant
One General Crescendo Pedal      
       
Stop Analysis
8
  Open Diapason
73 pipes
 
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
16
  Flute
97 pipes
 
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. –Opus 2044 (1929)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style R20
3 manuals, 12 ranks


This organ had a factory date of May 2, 1929. The organ was moved to the World's Fair Sun Valley Exhibit on April 12, 1939. After the fair closed, the organ was sold to Paul Filson of Englewood, N.J., replacing a Style R12, Op. 2039. In 1942, Op. 2044 was moved to the Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, Calif.
           
Pedal –32 notes
16
  Tuba
8
  Tibia Clausa
16
  Bass
8
  Clarinet
16
  Bourdon
8
  Cello
8
  Tuba
8
  Flute
8
  Diaphonic Diapason
8
  Dulciana

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) –- 61 notes
16
  Contra Viol (TC)
4
  Piccolo
8
  Tuba
4
  Salicet
8
  Open DIapason
4
  Octave Celeste
8
  Tibia CLausa
4
  Flute
8
  Clarinet
4
  Vox Humana
8
  Oboe Horn
4
  Dulciana
8
  Salicional
  Chrysoglott
8
  Voix Celeste (TC)
  Solo Sub
8
  Flute
  Solo Unison
8
  Vox Humana
  Solo Octave
8
  Dulciana
   
4
  Octave     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
Great (Manual II) –61 notes
16
  Tuba
4
  Vox Humana
16
  Bass
4
  Dulciana
16
  Tibia Clausa (TC)
4
  Octave
16
  Clarinet (TC)
4
  Piccolo
16
  Oboe Horn
4
  Salicet
16
  Contra Viol (TC)
4
  Octave Celeste
16
  Bourdon
4
  Flute
8
  Brass Trumpet
4
  Dulciana
8
  Tuba
2 2/3
  Twelfth
8
  Open Diapason
2
  Piccolo
8
  Tibia Clausa
  Cathedral Chimes
8
  Orchestral Oboe     Chrysoglott
8
  Clarinet     Solo Sub
8
  Oboe Horn     Solo Unison
8
  Salicional     Solo Octave
8
  Voix Celeste (TC)      
4
  Flute     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
Solo (Manual III) –61 notes
16
  Tuba
8
  Vox Humana
8
  Brass Trumpet
4
  Octave
8
  Tuba
4
  Piccolo
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Salicet
8
  Tibia Clausa
4
  Flute
8
  Orchestral Oboe
4
  Twelfth
8
  Clarinet
2
  Piccolo
8
  Oboe Horn
  Chime
8
  Salicional
   
8
  Flute
  5 Adjustable Combination Pistons
           
General
    Two Balanced Expression Pedals
    One Balanced Crescendo Pedal
    Main Tremulant
    Solo Tremulant
    Vox Humana Tremulant
    Tuba Tremulant
         
STOP & CHAMBER ANALYSIS
     
Main
16
  Tuba
73 pipes
16
  Open Diapason
73 pipes
8
  Clarinet
61 pipes
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
8
  Voix Celeste (TC)
61 pipes
16
  Flute
97 pipes
8
  Dulciana
73 pipes
  Chrysoglott
49 notes
 
Solo
8
  Brass Trumpet
61 pipes
8
  Tibia Clausa
73 pipes
8
  Oboe Horn
61 pipes
8
  Orchestral Oboe
61 pipes
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
    Chimes
18 notes
         
  Wurlitzer Organ Company "Style RJ11-12" console
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 2039 (1929)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style R12
2 manuals, 11 ranks


Wurlitzer's Style R12 was a residence organ that had a detached two-manual console fitted with a 105-note reproducing roll player. Opus 2039 had a factory date of March 30, 1929. This organ was sold on December 31, 1936, to Paul Filson, who had it installed in his Englewood, N.J. residence.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Tibia Clausa
8
  Cello
16
  Bourdon
8
  Flute
8
  Diapason     Bass Drum
8
  Tibia Clausa     Kettle Drum
8
  Oboe Horn     Cymbal

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Salicet
8
  Tibia Clausa
4
  Octave Celeste
8
  Oboe Horn
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional    
Chrysoglott
49 notes
8
  Voix Celeste (TC)     Snare Drum
8
  Flute     Tambourine
8
  Vox Humana     Castanets
4
  Piccolo     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Open Diapason (TC)
4
  Octave
16
  Tibia Clausa (TC)
4
  Piccolo
16
  Oboe Horn (TC)
4
  Salicet
16
  Contre Viole (TC)
4
  Octave Celeste
16
  Vox Humana (TC)
4
  Flute
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Vox Humana
8
  Tibia Clausa    
Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
8
  Oboe Horn    
Xylophone
37 notes
8
  Salicional    
Glockenspiel
30 notes
8
  Voix Celeste (TC)    
Chrysoglott
49 notes
8
  Flute     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons
8
  Vox Humana      

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal
    General Tremulant
         
  Wurlitzer Organ Company "Style RJ4" in Wurlitzer Studio - New York City
  Style RJ4 in Residence Organ Salon
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 1963 (1928)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style RJ4
2 manuals, 4 ranks




Wurlitzer's Style RJ4 was a residence organ. The detached two-manual console was fitted with a 105-note reproducing roll player. This organ had a factory date of September 30, 1928.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon
8
  Cello
8
  Diapason
8
  Flute

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Salicet
8
  Oboe Horn
4
  Flute
8
  Salcional      
8
  Flute     3 Adjustable Combination Pistons
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Open Diapason (TC)
8
  Flute
16
  Oboe Horn (TC)
4
  Octave
16
  Contre Viole (TC)
4
  Salicet
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Flute
8
  Oboe Horn      
8
  Salicional     3 Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 1072 (1925)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style Sch25
2 manuals, 6 ranks


Wurlitzer's Style Sch25 was a "church" model with 6 ranks, 1 tuned percussion, no traps and a straight console. This organ had a factory date of May 29, 1925, and was sold to the Riverside Synagogue in Manhattan on April 8, 1929.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon
8
  Dulciana
8
  Diapason     Swell to Pedal
8
  Flute     Great to Pedal

   

   
Great (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional
4
  Dulcet
8
  Oboe Horn     Swell Sub to Great
4
  Flute     Swell to Great
4
  Dulciana     Swell Octave to Great
8
  Vox Humana      
4
  Octave     3 Adjustable Combination Pistons
4
  Salicet          (Great & Pedal)
           
Swell (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Flute
8
  Open Diapason
4
  Dulcet
8
  Salicional     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Oboe Horn     Sub Octave
8
  Flute     Unison Off
8
  Dulciana     Octave
8
  Vox Humana      
4
  Octave     3 Adjustable Combination Pistons
4
  Salicet          (Swell & Pedal)

   

   
General
    Crescendo Pedal  
    Balanced Expression Pedal  
    General Tremulant  
    Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Stop Analysis
8
  Open Diapason
73 pipes
 
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
8
  Oboe Horn
61 pipes
 
16
  Flute
85 pipes
 
8
  Dulciana
73 pipes
 
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
 
    Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
 
         
  Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra "Style 135" (courtesy Jeff Weiler)
Wurlitzer Style 135
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 1051 (1925)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 135
2 manuals, 4 ranks



Wurlitzer's Style 135 had 4 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 17 traps and a piano-style console. The organ had a factory date of May 2, 1925; it was sold on August 10, 1936 to St. Christopher's Inn, Garrison, N.Y.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon     Pedal 2nd Touch
8
  Flute     Bass Drum
8
  Cello     Kettle Drum
          Cymbal
           
Accompaniment (Manual I) –- 61 notes
8
  Trumpet     Piano (with Mandolin attachment)
8
  Salicional     Snare Drum
8
  Flute     Tambourine
8
  Salicet     Castanets
4
  Flute     Chinese Block
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Salicet
8
  Trumpet
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Flute     Xylophone
8
  Vox Humana     Glockenspiel
           
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal    
    One General Tremulant    
    One Vox Humana Tremulant    
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Sleigh Bells Fire Gong (reiterating) Train
Horse Hoofs Siren Fire Gong
Bird Triangle Steamboat Whistle
Auto Horn Surf Effect Tom-Tom
     
operated by push button:  
Door Bell    
         
  Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra "Style 135" (courtesy Jeff Weiler)
Wurlitzer Style 135
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 805 (1924)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 135A
2 manuals, 4 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 17 traps, piano console


Wurlitzer's Style 135A was identical to the Style 135 in that it had 4 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 17 traps and a piano-style console. The appended letter "A" indicated it was also equipped with an automatic player mechanism. Opus 805 had a factory date of April 1, 1924, and was sold to the Alhambra (State) Theatre, Charlotte, N.C., on September 1, 1924.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon     Pedal 2nd Touch
16
  Flute     Bass Drum
8
  Cello     Kettle Drum
          Cymbal

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Trumpet     Piano (with mandolin attachment)
8
  Salicional     Snare Drum
8
  Flute     Tambourine
4
  Salicet     Castanets
4
  Flute     Chinese Block
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Salicet
8
  Trumpet
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Flute     Xylophone
8
  Vox Humana     Glockenspiel

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
    One Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Horse Hoofs Siren Fire Gong
Bird Triangle Steamboat Whistle
Auto Horn Surf Effect Tom-Tom
Fire Gong (reiterating) Train  
     
Door Bell (push button)  
           
Stop Analysis
8
  Trumpet
61 pipes
 
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
16
  Flute
85 pipes
 
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
 
    Piano
88 notes
 
    Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
 
    Xylophone
30 notes
 
    Glockenspiel
30 notes
 
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 784 (1924)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style E
2 manuals, 7 ranks


This organ had a factory date of February 12, 1924. It was sold to WMCA Radio in New York City on August 11, 1931.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Diaphone     Pedal 2nd Touch
16
  Bourdon     Bass Drum
8
  Trumpet     Kettle Drum
8
  Diaphonic Diapason     Crash Cymbal
8
  Tibia Clausa     Cymbal
8
  Flute      
8
  Cello      

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
16
  Contra Viole (TC)     Harp Chrysoglott
16
  Vox Humana (TC)     Snare Drum
8
  Trumpet     Tambourine
8
  Diaphonic Diapason     Castanets
8
  Tibia Clausa     Chinese Block
8
  Violin     Tom-Tom
8
  Violin Celeste (TC)     Sleigh Bells
8
  Concert Flute      
8
  Vox Humana     Accompaniment 2nd Touch
4
  Octave     Trumpet
4
  Piccolo     Tibia Clausa
4
  Viole     Cathedral Chimes
4
  Octave Celeste     Triangle
4
  Flute      
4
  Vox Humana      
2
  Piccolo     Five Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Diaphone
4
  Flute
16
  Tibia Clausa (TC)
2 2/3
  Twelfth
16
  Bourdon
2
  Piccolo
16
  Vox Humana (TC)
1 3/5
  Tierce
8
  Trumpet     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Diaphonic Diapason     Xylophone
8
  Tibia Clausa     Glockenspiel
8
  Violin     Harp Chrysoglott
8
  Violin Celeste (TC)      
8
  Concert Flute     Solo 2nd Touch
8
  Vox Humana
16
  Trumpet (TC)
4
  Octave
8
  Tibia Clausa
4
  Piccolo      
4
  Viole      
4
  Viole Celeste     Five Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
    One Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Horse Hoofs Train Fire Gong (reiterating)
Surf Effect Auto Horn Steamboat Whistle
Bird Fire Gong Siren
     
Door Bell (push button)  
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 644 (1923)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 105
2 manuals, 3 ranks, 2 Tuned Percussions, Piano Console


Wurlitzer's Opus 544 had a factory date of April 4, 1923. The organ was sold on August 1, 1923 to the Monticello Theatre, Jersey City, N.J.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon
8
  Flute
8
  Cello      

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Salicional
4
  Salicet
8
  Flute
4
  Flute
8
  Vox Humana     Piano (with mandolin attachment)
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Salicet
8
  Salicional
4
  Flute
8
  Flute     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Vox Humana      

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
           
Stop Analysis
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
16
  Flute
85 pipes
 
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
 
    Piano
88 notes
 
    Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
 
         
  Wurlitzer Organ Co. "Style D" Console
Wurlitzer Style D
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 588 (1922)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style D
2 manuals, 6 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 20 traps, curved console



This organ, dated October 14, 1922, was shipped to the Wurlitzer Store in New York. In December 1923, the organ was purchased by Cohen's Theatre in New York City, but it was later repossessed. The organ was subsequently sold in September 1924 to the Strand Theatre in Birmingham, Ala., where it was eventually discarded.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bass     Pedal 2nd Touch
16
  Bourdon     Bass Drum
8
  Trumpet     Kettle Drum
8
  Open Diapason     Cymbal
8
  Tibia Clausa      
8
  Flute      
8
  Cello      

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
16
  Contra Viol (TC)     Chrysoglott
16
  Vox Humana (TC)     Snare Drum
8
  Trumpet     Tambourine
8
  Open Diapason     Castanets
8
  Tibia Clausa     Chinese Block
8
  Salicional     Tom-Tom
8
  Flute     Sleigh Bells
8
  Vox Humana      
4
  Octave     Accompaniment 2nd Touch
4
  Piccolo
8
  Trumpet
4
  Salicet
8
  Tibia Clausa
4
  Flute     Chimes
4
  Vox Humana     Triangle
2
  Piccolo      
          5 Adjustable Combination Pistons

   

       (Accomp. & Pedal)
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bass
2 2/3
  Twelfth
16
  Bourdon
2
  Piccolo
16
  Vox Humana (TC)
1 3/5
  Tierce
8
  Trumpet     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Open Diapason     Xylophone
8
  Tibia Clausa     Glockenspiel
8
  Salicional     Chrysoglott
8
  Flute      
8
  Vox Humana     Solo 2nd Touch
4
  Octave
16
  Trumpet (TC)
4
  Piccolo
8
  Tibia Clausa
4
  Salicet      
4
  Flute     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons
               (Solo & Pedal)

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
    One Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Horse Hoofs Auto Horn Steamboat Whistle
Surf Fire Gong Siren
Bird Fire Gong [re-it] Machine Gun
     
Door Bell (push button)  
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 544 (1922)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style D
2 manuals, 6 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 20 traps, curved console



Wurlitzer's Opus 544 had a factory date of May 8, 1922. This organ was later moved to the Mount Prospect Theatre, Newark, N.J. Specifications of the Style D can be seen in the above entry.
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 478 (1921)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 135A
2 manuals, 4 ranks


Wurlitzer's Style 135A was identical to the Style 135 in that it had 4 ranks, 4 tuned percussions, 17 traps and a piano-style console. The appended letter "A" indicated it was also equipped with an automatic player mechanism. Opus 478 was dated October 29, 1921, and was sold to an unspecified theatre in Belfast, Me., in December 1923.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bourdon     Pedal 2nd Touch
8
  Flute     Bass Drum
8
  Cello     Kettle Drum
          Cymbal

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Trumpet     Piano (with mandolin attachment)
8
  Salicional     Snare Drum
8
  Flute     Tambourine
4
  Salicet     Castanets
4
  Flute     Chinese Block
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Salicet
8
  Trumpet
4
  Flute
8
  Salicional     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Flute     Xylophone
8
  Vox Humana     Glockenspiel

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    One General Tremulant  
    One Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Horse Hoofs Siren Fire Gong
Bird Triangle Steamboat Whistle
Auto Horn Surf Effect Tom-Tom
Fire Gong (reiterating) Train  
     
Door Bell (push button)  
           
Stop Analysis
8
  Trumpet
61 pipes
 
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
16
  Flute
85 pipes
 
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
 
    Piano
88 notes
 
    Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
 
    Xylophone
30 notes
 
    Glockenspiel
30 notes
 
         
Wurlitzer Organ Company
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 421 (1921)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 160
2 manuals, 6 ranks, 4 Tuned Percussions, 17 Traps, Piano Console


Wurlitzer's Opus 422 had a factory date of June 6, 1921. Dimensions were 14' 0" x 6' 6" x 10' 6" high. This organ was moved in 1922 to the Empire Theatre, New Bedford, Mass.
           
Pedal – 32 notes
16
  Bass     Pedal 2nd Touch
16
  Bourdon     Bass Drum
8
  Open Diapason     Kettle Drum
8
  Cello     Cymbal
8
  Flute      

   

   
Accompaniment (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Trumpet     Piano (with Mandolin attachment)
8
  Open Diapason     Mandolin
8
  Salicional     Snare Drum
8
  Viol Celeste (TC)     Tambourine
8
  Flute     Castanets
4
  Salicet     Chinese Block
4
  Octave Celeste     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons
4
  Flute          (Accomp. & Pedal)
           
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes
16
  Bourdon
4
  Octave Celeste
8
  Trumpet
4
  Flute
8
  Open Diapason     Cathedral Chimes
8
  Salicional     Xylophone
8
  Viol Celeste (TC)     Glockenspiel
8
  Flute     5 Adjustable Combination Pistons
8
  Vox Humana          (Solo& Pedal)
4
  Salicet      

   

   
General
    One Balanced Expression Pedal  
    General Tremulant  
    Vox Humana Tremulant  
           
Effects (operated by pistons)
   
Sleigh Bells Fire Gong (reiterating) Train
Horse Hoofs Siren Fire Gong
Bird Triangle Steamboat Whistle
Auto Horn Surf Effect Tom-Tom
     
Door Bell (push button)  
           
Stop Analysis
8
  Trumpet
61 pipes
 
8
  Open Diapason
73 pipes
 
8
  Salicional
73 pipes
 
8
  Salicional Celeste (TC)
61 pipes
 
16
  Flute
85 pipes
 
8
  Vox Humana
61 pipes
 
    Piano (with Mandolin Attachment)
88 notes
 
    Cathedral Chimes
18 notes
 
    Xylophone
30 notes
 
    Glockenspiel
30 notes
 
         
Wurlitzer Hope-Jones Unit Orchestra
North Tonawanda, N.Y. – Opus 3 (1912)
Electro-pneumatic action
Style 4 Special
2 manuals, 8 ranks plus 5 additional ranks?


This organ was built in 1912 and installed in the Hotel Martinique, New York City. In 1913, the organ was moved to the Wurlitzer store, and in 1919 it was moved to the Burland Theatre, New York City.
           
Sources:
     "42d St. Building Is Sold For Cash," The New York Times (Feb. 2, 1956).
     Junchen, David L. The WurliTzer Pipe Organ – An Illustrated History. Compiled and edited by Jeff Weiler. Chicago: The American Theatre Organ Society, 2005.
     Kaufmann, Preston J. Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. 3. Pasadena: Showcase Publications, 1995.
     Stern, Robert A.M., Gregory Gilmartin, and Thomas Mellins. New York 1930: Architecture and Urbanism Between the Two World Wars. New York City: Rizzoli International Publications, 1987.
     Theatre Organs web site: www.theatreorgans.com/au/opus/SP/SPC3.htm. Specifications of Wurlitzer Organ Co. Style C3 organ.
     Walton, Judd. Wurlitzer book (1970s). Specification of Wurlitzer Style Sch25. Courtesy Linc Pero.
     Walton, Judd. Wurlitzer book (1970s). Specification of Wurlitzer Style R20. Courtesy Lew Williams.
     Wurlitzer Organ Company brochure. Specification of Wurlitzer Organ Co. Style RJ4 and RJ12 Residence Organs. Courtesy James Lewis.
     "Wurlitzer Relocates Its 42d Street Store," The New York Times (June 29, 1971).

Illustrations:
     Kaufmann, Preston J. Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. 3. Drawing of Wurlitzer Wareroom, 32nd Street, New York City.
     Kaufmann, Preston J. Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. 3. Wurlitzer Style 135 console.      Lewis, James. Wurlitzer Hall, Wurlitzer Building, New York City.
     Wurlitzer Organ Company. Console of Style RJ4 Residence Organ. Courtesy James Lewis.
     Wurlitzer Organ Company. Console of Style RJ11-12 Residence Organ. Courtesy James Lewis.
     Wurlitzer Organ Company. Console of Style RJ14 organ in Residence Organ Salon, Wurlitzer Building, New York City. Courtesy James Lewis.