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Organs present and past in the five boroughs of New York City
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KEY:  ► indicates specification is online      NE = non-extant
 
INSTITUTIONS
Civic
Seminaries
Schools – Lower, Middle and Upper
Social Services

HOUSES OF WORSHIP

Baptist
Congregational

Episcopal
Evangelical
Lutheran
HOUSES OF WORSHIP (cont.)
Methodist
Moravian
Presbyterian
Reformed Church in America
Roman Catholic
Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
United Church of Christ
(UCC)

RESIDENCES

THEATRES
 
   
  Institutions
   
  Civic
   
Staten Island Historical Society
  441 Clarke Avenue – Richmondtown Restoration, 2nd Court House
• I/6 Henry Erben (1861) – orig. in Greenwood Baptist, Brooklyn; moved and altered by A. Bensen for Evangelical Free Church, Tottenville, S.I. (1932); moved to 2nd Court House by Obolecki & Son (1972)
   
  Seminaries
   
St. Francis Seminary
  500 Todt Hill Road
• II/5 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3078 (1950)
   
  Schools – Lower, Middle and Upper
   
Augustinian Academy (Tompkinsville) (closed)
  Grymes Hill
• II/23 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4440 (1926)
St. John Villa Academy (Arrochar)
  Originally known as St. John’s Novitiate and Boarding School
57 Cleveland Place (since 1922)
• II/24reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6638 (1938) – Novitiate Chapel
   
  Social Services
   
Sailors' Snug Harbor – retirement center for sailors
  1000 Richmond Terrace – now Snug Harbor Cultural Center
Second Chapel building (1906-razed 1952):
► III/42 Estey Organ Company, Op. 350 (1906)
First Chapel building (1893-burned 1904):
Top
• III/37 Frank Roosevelt, No. 488 (1891-burned 1904)
   
  Houses of Worship
   
  Baptist
   
Fellowship Baptist Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  3036 Richmond Terrace at Lockwood Avenue (since c.1974) – orig. First Reformed Church
• II/10 C.E. Morey, Op. 282 (1911)
First Baptist Church (Southfield)
  See Old Clove Church
First Baptist Church of New Brighton (West New Brighton)
  Hamilton and Westervelt Avenues (1897-?)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (<1945)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (<1931)
• II/ C.E. Morey (c.1897)
Clifton Avenue (1884-1897) – orig. Unitarian Church
• unknown
First Central Baptist Church (Stapleton)
  119 Wright Street (since 1978) – orig. Temple Tifereth Israel
• unknown
Graniteville Baptist Church (Graniteville)
  Gun Factory Road (1830-?)
• unknown
Mariners' Harbor Baptist Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  Union Avenue and Forest Court (1858-?)
• unknown
North Baptist Church (Port Richmond)
  See Park Baptist Church
Old Clove Church, Baptist NE (Southfield)
  Clove Road and Richmond Road (1809-1868) – became schoolhouse; razed (1877)
• unknown
Park Baptist Church (Port Richmond)
  130 Park Avenue (c.1870s-?) – now St. Mary's Orthodox Church (Malankara Orthodox Syrian Ch.)
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5610 (1929)
► II/10 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 202 (1883)
Gun Factory Road (1842-c.1870s) – known as North Baptist Church, Graniteville
• unknown
St. Philip Baptist Church
  77 Bennett Street
• unknown
South Baptist Church (Tottenville)
  197 Main Street (1860-?)
• II/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3996 (1924)
West Baptist Church (Kreischerville)
  location unknown (1847-?)
• unknown
 
  Congregational
   
Oakwood Heights Community Church (Oakwood Heights)
  345 Guyon Avenue at Falcon Avenue
Top
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1560 (1937)
   
  Episcopal
   
All Saints Episcopal Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  2329 Victory Boulevard at Wooley Avenue (since 1965):
• Unknown electronic
Richmond Terrace opp. Van Name Av. (1910-burned 1958) – orig. Floating Chapel of Our Savior
► I/6 George Jardine & Son (1869) – moved with Floating Chapel of Our Savior, Manhattan
Ascension Episcopal Church (New Brighton)
  1 Kingsley Avenue (since 1930)
► II/13 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2524 (1970)
• II/ Baldwin electronic (c.1953)
Richmond Terrace (1802-1930)
Second building (1871-1930)
• II/ Wm. H. Davis (1906) – reb. of Ferris & Stuart
• Ferris & Stuart (1871)
First building (1802-1871) – named Trinity Chapel until 1869
• unknown
Christ Church (New Brighton)
  76 Franklin Avenue (since 1850)
Present building (since 1905)
► III/36 Mann & Trupiano (2006)
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7590 (1948)
► III/21 Austin Organ Company, Op. 75 (1903) – moved to St. Ambrose RC, Manhattan
First building (1850-1905)
• Henry Erben (1856) – sold to Holy Comforter Church (1903)
• Henry Erben (1850)
Holy Comforter Episcopal Church (Eltingville)
  See St. Alban's Episcopal Church
Randall Memorial Church (Snug Harbor)
  See Sailors' Snug Harbor Cultural Center under "Civic"
Redeemer Episcopal Church
  location unknown
• Henry Erben (1854)
St. Alban Episcopal Church (Eltingville)
  76 St. Alban's Place – orig. Holy Comforter Episcopal Church
• II/10 Angerstein & Associates (1984) – orig. E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 1192 (1883) from First Baptist (Federated), Trumansburg, NY via Organ Clearing House
• Henry Erben (1856) – purchased and moved from Christ Church (1903)
St. Andrew Episcopal Church (Richmondtown)
  40 Old Mill Road
Present building (since 1872)
► II/23 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 216C (1997)
• II/19 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 216B (1981)
• II/12 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 216A (1950)
► II/13 Austin Organ Company, Op. 216 (1908)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.19xx)
• unknown (1872)
First building (1709-burned 1867 & 1872)
• Henry Erben (1848) – burned 1867
St. John Episcopal Church (Rosebank)
  1333 Bay Street and New Lane
Present building (since 1871)
► III/31s Austin Organ Company, Op. 1467 (1926)
• II/27 Levi Stuart (1871)
First building (1843-1871)
• George Jardine (1843)
St. Luke Episcopal Church (Rossville)
  Arthur Kill Road and St. Luke's Place (1843-destroyed 1961)
• unknown
St. Mary Episcopal Church (West New Brighton)
  347 Davis Avenue at Castleton Avenue (since 1854)
► II/26 Casavant Frères, Op. 2939 (1966); rev. James A. Konzelman Organs (1985)
► II/25 Casavant Frères, Op. 2939 (1966)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3114 (1940)
• Hall & Labagh (1854)
St. Paul Episcopal Church (Stapleton)
  225 St. Paul's Avenue
Present building (since 1870)
► III/30 Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. (1986) – orig. Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc., Op. 969 (1937)
► II/27 Aeolian-Votey Organ Co., Op. 878 (1900) – burned 1980s
• Wm. H. Davis (1860) – moved to new church in 1870?
First building (1835-1870)
• Wm. H. Davis (1860) – rebuild of Erben?
• Henry Erben (1850)
• Henry Erben (1834)
St. Simon Episcopal Church (Concord)
  1055 Richmond Road at Columbus Avenue (since 1960)
• unknown (Wicks moved?)
Clove and Richmond Roads (1940-1960) – in path of Clove Lakes Expressway
► II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2364 (1941)
Rhine Avenue, near Steuben Street (?-1940)
• II/ Charles Viner & Son (>1900)
Targee Street, Stapleton (1854-?) – orig. First Baptist Church
Top
• unknown
St. Stephen Episcopal Church (Tottenville)
  7516 Amboy Road at Chelsea Street
Present building (since 1967)
• unknown
First building (1887-burned 1965)
• unknown
Trinity Chapel (New Brighton)
  See Ascension Episcopal Church
   
  Evangelical (including Evangelical Free Church)
   
Salem Evangelical Free Church (West New Brighton)
  634 Clove Road
• II/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6993 (1941)
• II/7 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 282 (1911)
Evangelical Free Church (Tottenville)
  266 Wood Avenue
• I/6 Henry Erben (1861) – orig. in Greenwood Baptist, Brooklyn; moved and altered by A. Bensen for Evangelical Free Church, Tottenville, S.I. (1932); moved to 2nd Court House by Obolecki & Son (1972)
New York Korean Evangelical Church (Arden Heights)
  333 Arden Avenue
• III/50 Allen Organ Company electronic – Model DB-350 (2009)
Norwegian Evangelical Free Church (West New Brighton)
  See Salem Evangelical Free Church
St. Peter's German Evangelical Church (Kreischerville)
  25 Winnant Place – now Free Magyar (Hungarian) Reformed Church
Top
• I/ George Jardine & Son (<1891)
   
  Lutheran
   
Christ Assembly Lutheran Church (Stapleton)
  27 Hudson Street
• unknown
Christ Lutheran Church (South Shore)
  121 Cleveland Avenue
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1960s)
Eltingville Lutheran Church (Arden Heights)
  300 Genesee Avenue
• unknown
Immanuel Lutheran Church (New Springville)
  2018 Richmond Avenue
• unknown
Messiah Lutheran Church (Annadale)
  205 Jefferson Boulevard
• Ralph Clausen (1960s)
Our Saviour Lutheran Church (West Brighton)
  549 Bard Avenue
• unknown
St. John Lutheran Church (Port Richmond)
  216 Jewett Avenue
► III/60s Johannus Organs electronic (2006)
• II/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2790 (1919)
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 719 (1904)
St. Luke Lutheran Church (West New Brighton)
  See St. Paul/St. Luke Lutheran Church
St. Matthew Lutheran Church (Todt Hill)
  96 Alter Avenue
• unknown
St. Paul Lutheran Church (West New Brighton)
  merged with and moved to St. Luke Lutheran (1971)
Cary (Travis) Avenue at Caroline Street (1900-1971)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2702 (1927)
St. Paul/St. Luke Lutheran Church (Port Richmond)
  186 Decker Avenue – orig. St. Luke Lutheran Church
► II/14 Ralph Clauson (1971)
Scandinavian Lutheran Zion Church (Port Richmond)
  See St. Paul Lutheran Church
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Stapleton)
  309 St. Paul's Avenue (since 1865):
Present building (since 1914):
► III/38 Casavant Frères, Op. 2167 (1953)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
First building (1865-1913):
• unknown
Cebra Avenue (1856-1865):
Top
• unknown
Zion Lutheran Church (Westerleigh)
  505 Watchogue Road at Willowbrook Road (since 1966)
• unknown
77 Bennett Street (1921-1966) – became St. Philip's Baptist Church
► II/17 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2674 (1927); new Estey console (1954)
Avenue B (1901-1921)
• unknown
   
  Methodist (including A.M.E., Methodist Episcopal, United)
   
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church (New Springville)
  1900 Richmond Avenue
Second building (1849-?)
• unknown
First building (1803-1849)
• unknown
Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church (Tottenville)
  7033 Amboy Road
Third building (1887-?)
• Wm. H. Davis (1889)
Second building (1841-burned 1886)
• Wm. H. Davis (1867)
First building (1822-1841)
• none
Bloomfield Methodist Episcopal Chapel
  location unknown (1885-?)
• unknown
Cebra Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Stapleton)
  See Kingsley Methodist Episcopal Church
Christ United Methodist Church (Graniteville)
  1890 Forest Avenue
• unknown
Dickinson Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Travisville)
  Merged with Asbury Methodist Church (1972)
3980 Victory Boulevard (1871-1972)
• unknown
"Northeast of the cemetery" (1842-1868) – known as Long Neck Church
• none
Faith United Methodist Church (Port Richmond)
  Formed by merger of Grace, Kingsley, and Trinity Methodist churches (1967)
221 Heberton Avenue at Castleton Avenue (since 1967) – orig. Grace Methodist Church
• II/22 Klug & Schumacher, Op. 6 (1982) – reused most pipework from earlier organ
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Port Richmond)
  221 Heberton Avenue at Castleton Avenue
Second building (1896-1967) – became Faith Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/22 Klug & Schumacher, Op. 6 (1982) – reused most pipework from earlier organ
• unknown (1947)
• unknown (1896)
First building (1867-burned 1895)
• unknown (1867)
Kingsley Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Stapleton)
 

Merged with Grace and Trinity Methodist churches to form Faith United Methodist Church (1967)
190 Cebra Avenue
Second building (1855-1967)
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1959)
► II/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 694 (1906)
• Unknown builder
First building (1838-1855)
• unknown, if any

Korean United Methodist Church
  291 Main Street
• unknown
Mariners' Harbor Methodist Episcopal Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  See Summerfield United Methodist Church
Marn Baeksung United Methodist Church
  1250 Rockland Avenue
• unknown
Mount Zion Methodist Episcopal Church (Rossville)
  Bloomingdale Road (1879-?)
• unknown, if any
North Shore Free Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Port Richmond)
  location unknown (1867-?)
• unknown
Rossville African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Rossville)
  584 Bloomingdale Road (since 1897)
• unknown
Crabtree Avenue, near Bloomingdale Road (1854-1897)
• unknown
St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church (Rossville)
  location unknown (1855-?)
St. Mark's United Methodist Church (Pleasant Plains)
  6144 Amboy Road (since 1871)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 922 (1911)
St. Paul's United Methodist Church (Tottenville)
  7558 Amboy Road
Second building (1862-?)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (ca.193x or <1945)
• II/14 George Jardine & Son (1890); electrified by Chester Raymond
• Mason & Hamlin (1866)
First building (1859-1862)
none
Stapleton Methodist Episcopal Church (Stapleton)
  See Kingsley Methodist Episcopal Church
Summerfield United Methodist Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  104 Harbor Road
Present building (since 1869)
► II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1889)
First building (1839-1869) – orig. known as Mariners' Harbor M.E. Church; sold to W.C.T.U. and used by Salvation Army
• none
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church NE (West New Brighton)
  Merged with Grace and Kingsley Methodist churches to form Faith United Methodist Church (1967)
Prospect and Elizabeth Streets (1912-1967)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Richmond Terrace and Dongan Street (1853-burned 1909)
• unknown (ca. 1897-1902)
• unknown (1888)
• unknown (1868)
Wandell Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Concord)
  Clove Road and Targee Street (dissolved 1928) – became St. Sylvester Roman Catholic Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 366 (1906)
Woodrow United Methodist Church (Woodrow)
  1075 Woodrow Road
Third building (since 1886)
• unknown
Second building (1842-1886)
• unknown
Top
First building (1787-1842)
• unknown, if any
   
  Moravian (United Brethren)
   
Castleton Hill Moravian Church (Castleton Corners)
  1657 Victory Boulevard
Present building (since 1962)
► II/19 Church Organ Company (1980s)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2352 (1925); reb. Church Organ Company (1962)
Original building (until 1962?)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2352 (1925)
Great Kills Moravian Church (Great Kills)
  74 Hillside Terrace
• Allen Organ Company electronic
1886 Hillside Avenue – originally known as Giffords Moravian Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 24 (1902)
New Dorp Moravian Church (New Dorp)
  2205 Richmond Road
Present building (since 1845)
► II/24 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company (2009)
► II/12 Chester Raymond (1956) – relocate and rebuild Hook & Hastings, Op. 2242
• II/19reg Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 2242 (1910)
• reed organ
First building (1763-1845) – extant
• none
Vanderbilt Avenue Moravian Church (Stapleton)
  286 Vanderbilt Avenue
• II/14 Unknown builder (1960s)
• II/ Aeolian Company – second-hand (1940s)
• Wm. H. Davis (ca.1903)
   
  Presbyterian
   
Calvary Presbyterian Church (West New Brighton)
 

909 Castleton Avenue at Bement Avenue
Present building (since 1894)
• Ralph A. Clauson (c.1990)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8116 (1949)
► II/13 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1592 (1894)
First building (1872-burned 1892)
• I/ George Jardine & Son (c.1872)

First Presbyterian Church (Edgewater)
  Brownell & McKeon Streets (c.1856-?)
• unknown, if any
First Presbyterian Church (Port Richmond)
  10 Brownell Street
• George Jardine (1843)
First Presbyterian Church (Stapleton)
  10 Brownell Street
• II/21 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 357 (ca.1895)
Presbyterian Church (Factoryville)
  location unknown
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
Norwegian Presbyterian Church (New Brighton)
  location unknown
• Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 282 (1910
Olivet Presbyterian Church (West Brighton)
  97 Myrtle Avenue (since 1960)
Top
• unknown
   
  Reformed Church in America (Dutch Reformed)
   
Brighton Heights Reformed Church (Tompkinsville)
  320 St. Mark's Place at Fort Place (since 1864)
Present building (since 1999)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1999)
First building (1864-burned 1996)
III/21 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 643 (1927)
II/21 Giles Beach (1864)
Victory Boulevard (1820-1864) – known as East, or Tompkinsville, Reformed Dutch Church
• unknown (1836)
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (New Brighton)
  location unknown
• II/18reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 171 (1895)
First Reformed Church (Mariners' Harbor)
  3036 Richmond Terrace at Lockwood Avenue (1905-disbanded 1974) – now Fellowship Baptist Ch.
• II/10 C.E. Morey, Op. 282 (1911)
Free Magyar (Hungarian) Reformed Church
  25 Winant Place (since 1919) – orig. St. Peter German Evangelical Church
• I/ George Jardine & Son (<1891)
Grace Christian Church (Woodrow)
  991 Woodrow Road
• unknown
Reformed Church of Huguenot Park
  5475 Amboy Road
• unknown
Reformed Church of Prince Bay
  239 Seguine Avenue
• unknown
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (Stapleton)
  location unknown – merged with Presbyterian congregation to form First Presbyterian (1868)
• George Jardine (<1869)
• Wm. H. Davis (1857)
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (Tompkinsville)
  See Brighton Heights Reformed Church
Reformed Church on Staten Island (Port Richmond)
  54 Port Richmond Avenue
► II/12 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1684 (1929)
Top
• C.E. Morey, Op. 295 (1913)
   
  Roman Catholic
   
Assumption–St. Paul Catholic Church (New Brighton)
  15 Webster Avenue (since 1922)
► II/2 Rodgers Instruments, Model Essex 640 with pipes (1986)
• II/33reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4369 (1925)
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (Port Richmond)
  30 Manor Road at Forest Avenue
Present building (since 1953)
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
First building (c.1910-1953)
• unknown
Holy Child Catholic Church
  4747 Amboy Road
• unknown
Holy Family Catholic Church
  366 Watchogue Road
• II/7 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 544 (1989)
Holy Rosary Catholic Church (South Beach)
  80 Jerome Avenue
Church on Jerome Avenue (since 1991)
• II/7 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 550 (1991)
Original Chapel on Sand Lane (since 1914) – became church in 1927
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Stapleton)
  128 Targee Street
• II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 248 (1909)
Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church
  7396 Amboy Road
• unknown
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church
  10 Austin Place
• III/ unknown electronic
Our Lady of Mount Carmel – St. Benedicta Catholic Church
  1265 Castleton Avenue
• unknown
Our Lady of Pity Catholic Church
  1616 Richmond Avenue
• unknown
Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church
  90 Third Street
• II/ Baldwin Piano Company electronic organ (1960s)
• Unknown builder
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
  5371 Amboy Road
Present building (since 2010)
• unknown
Previous building (1982-2010)
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1982)
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Castleton)
  981 Castleton Avenue
• II/4 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 5218 (1971)
St. Adalbert Catholic Church
  337 Morningstar Road
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
St. Ann Catholic Church (Dongan Hills)
  101 Cromwell Avenue
• II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10778 (1972)
Top
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9486 (1961)
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
  24 Shelly Avenue
• unknown
St. Charles Catholic Church
  644 Clawson Street
Present building (since 1973)
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1988)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1960s) – moved from earlier building (1973)
Chapel-Auditorium (since 1960)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1960s)
St. Christopher Catholic Church
  130 Midland Avenue
• unknown
St. Clare Catholic Church (Great Kills)
  110 Nelson Avenue
Present building (since 1959)
► III/14 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 639 (2002)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9415 (1959)
First building (1921-1959) – now used as Chapel
• I/ various portable electronic keyboards (c.2000- )
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. Model C-3 (c.1965)
• II/ Everett Orgatron amplified reed organ (c.1940)
• unknown
St. Clement and St. Michael Catholic Church
  207 Harbor Road
• unknown
St. John Baptist de la Salle Catholic Church
  128 Targee Street
• unknown
St. John Neumann Catholic Church
  1380 Arthur Kill Road
• unknown
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Rosebank)
 
171 St. Mary's Avenue
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9295 (1958)
St. Joseph and St. Thomas Catholic Church (Rossville)
  16 Poplar Avenue
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church
  560 Lincoln Avenue
• unknown
St. Mary Catholic Church (Rosebank)
  1101 Bay Street
• II/19 J.W. Steere & Son, Op. 338 (1892)
New York Avenue (1858-?)
• Henry Erben (1858)
St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church (Port Richmond)
  2230 Richmond Terrace at Treadwell Avenue
• II/10 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 585 (1927)
St. Patrick Catholic Church (Richmond)
  53 St. Patrick's Place (since 1861)
► II/2 Rodgers Organ Company electronic/pipes combo (1980s)
• I/5 Reuben Midmer & Sons – rebuilt and moved to school (1980s)
St. Paul Catholic Church (New Brighton)
  Franklin Avenue at Cassidy Place (1922-2007) – merged with Assumption (2007)
• unknown
St. Peter Catholic Church (New Brighton)
  53 St. Mark's Place
Present building (since 1903):
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic – model "Protege" (2012)
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1960s)
► IV/43 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4414 (1925)
• Unknown builder (c. 1903) – moved by Möller to Lower Church (1925)
First building (1844-burned c.1898):
• Henry Erben (1850)
St. Rita Catholic Church (Manor Heights)
  281 Bradley Avenue
Present building (since 1975)
► II/2 Faucher Organ Company, Op. 39 (2007)
• unknown (1975-2007)
First building (1922-1974)
• unknown
St. Roch Catholic Church (Port Richmond)
  602 Richmond Avenue
• George Kilgen & Son, Op. 4246 (1929)
St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church (New Brighton)
  109 York Avenue
• II/33reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4036 (1924)
St. Sylvester Catholic Church (Concord)
  854 Targee Street at Clove Road (since 1921)
• unknown
St. Teresa Catholic Church (Castleton Corners)
  1634 Victory Boulevard
Present building (since 1952):
► III/16 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 620 (2001)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic – moved to chapel (2001)
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. (1952)
Original building (1926-1952):
Top
• unknown
   
  Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
   
Unitarian Church [of the Redeemer] of Staten Island (New Brighton)
  312 Filmore Street at Clinton Avenue (since 1868)
Present building (since 1895)
► II/14 Kenneth Wolfe rebuild (1987)
• II/ Midmer-Losh rebuild? (1929)
• II/16 Jesse Woodberry & Co. (c.1896) – moved & enlarged Hook & Hastings?
First building (1868-1881)
I/10reg E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 762 (1874) – orig. in Congregational Church, Norwich, CT
• Cabinet Organ (1868)
Richmond Turnpike at Cebra Avenue (1853-1865) – sold to Trinity Lutheran Church (1868)
Henry Erben (c.1853)
   
  United Church of Christ (UCC)
   
Immanuel Union Church (Westerleigh)
  693 Jewett Avenue at Maine Avenue
► IV/30 Pipe Organ Specialities, Inc. (1986)
• IV/24 Cannarsa Organ Company (1957)
► II/11 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 600-A (1940) – orig. in Architects Sample Corp., NYC
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 651 (1909)
   
  Residences
   
Ivan F. Becker Residence
  location unknown
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company , Op. 786 (1929) – orig. for Col. E.A. Deeds' Yacht; later owned by Rollin Smith, then Paul-Martin Maki (burned 1999)
Herbert Carpiniello Residence (Charleston)
  ► II/6 Durst Organ Supply (1950s)
H. J. Fuller Residence (Dongan Hills)
  residence later owned by Walter L. Clark
• I/7 Aeolian Company, Op. 841 (1898)
O. G. Pouch Residence (St. George)
  107 Daniel Low Terrace
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2912 (1931)
Unknown Residence (Port Richmond)
  • I/ William H. Davis & Son (1862)
Robert Vogel Residence (St. George)
  ► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7808 (1949) – orig. in St. Peter's Evang. & Ref. Church in Zelienople, PA
   
  Theatres
   
Liberty Theatre (Stapleton)
  70 Beach Street – now Family Restoration Ministries International
III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3129 (1926)
New Plaza Theatre (West New Brighton)
 
1173 Castleton Avenue
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 806 (1924)
Paramount Theatre (Stapleton)
  560 Bay Street and Union Place
► III/19 "Style Balaban 4" Wurlitzer, Op. 2129 (1930) – moved to Salt Lake City (1954)
Ritz Theatre (Port Richmond)
  251 Port Richmond Avenue
► IV/24 Skinner Organ Co., Op. 444 (1923) – moved to College Ave. Methodist, Muncie, Ind. (1960s)
St. George Theatre (St. George)
  25 Hyatt Street
• III/17 Allen Organ Company electronic, Model ADC-4500
• III/13 "Style 240 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 2066 (1929)
Strand Theatre (Great Kills)
  23 Nelson Avenue – now a restaurant
• II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5202 (1928)
III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3130 (1926)
Victory Theatre (Tompkinsville)
  120 Victory Boulevard
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► II/3 "Style 105" Wurlitzer, Op. 1030 (1925)