Citations: Historic Organ citation no. 388

October 2010
Tracker: Journal of the Organ Historical Society;Fall2010, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p26
The article focuses on citations of the Organ Historical Society (OHS) for organs with historical value and are worthy of preservation. It states that OHS Organ Citation 388 goes to an 1870 organ owned by the Harvard Historical Society. It says that Barbara Owen and the Andover Organ Co. testified that the organ is in an unaltered condition. It also tells that Citation No. 394 was given for an organ of Hinners & Albertsen at the First United Presbyterian Church in Knoxville, Illinois.


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