The New York City Organ Project
Organs present and past in the five boroughs of New York City
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The NYC Organ Project is an ongoing attempt to document the organs – present and past – that have been installed in the five boroughs of New York City. If you are able to provide additional information, or find errors, please send an email to nycop@nycago.org.

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KEY:  ► indicates specification is online     NE = non-extant
 
COMMERCIAL
Amusements
Conventions, Exhibitions & Fairs
Corporate
Cruise Ships
Department Stores & Emporiums
Laboratories
Showrooms & Warerooms

INSTITUTIONS
Auditoriums & Concert Halls
Civic Buildings
Clubs & Fraternal Organizations
Correctional Facilities & Penitentiaries
Funeral Chapels & Mortuaries
Hospitals
Hotels & Lodging
Museums & Historical Societies
Performance Ensembles
Schools – Colleges, Universities & Conservatories
Schools – Lower, Middle & Upper
Seminaries
Social Services

HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Denominational Buildings
Armenian Church of America (Eastern)
Assembly of God
Baptist
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Church of Christ, Scientist
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Congregational
Disciples of Christ
HOUSES OF WORSHIP (cont.)
Episcopal
Ethical Culture
Evangelical
Greek Orthodox
Hungarian Reformed
Interdenominational
Jewish
Lutheran
Methodist (A.M.E., M.E. & United)
Miscellaneous
Moravian (Unity of the Brethren)
Nazarene
Non-Denominational
Pentecostal
Presbyterian
Reformed Church in America
Roman Catholic
Serbian Orthodox
Seventh-day Adventist
Swedenborgian
Unitarian Universalist Association
United Church of Christ

RESIDENCES & YACHTS
Extant
Non-Extant or Moved

STUDIOS
Broadcasting & Recording
Miscellaenous
Teaching

THEATRES & NICKELODEONS
 
  Commercial
   
  Amusements
   
Atlantic Garden NE (Bowery)
  50-54 Bowery near Canal Street (1858-burned 1907)
• Welte Style 10 Orchestrion (1892) – orig. for Chicago World's Fair; moved (c.1893)
• Welte Style 2 Cottage Orchestrion (1865)
Central Park Carousel (Central Park)
  Present Carousel (since 1951) – built in 1908 for Coney Island Trolley Terminal
• A. Ruth and Sohn Band Organ, Model 33; converted to Wurlitzer 150
Third Carousel (c.1924-burned 1950)
• unknown
Second Carousel (c.1900-burned 1924) – powered by steam
• unknown
First Carousel (1870-c.1900) – powered by a blind mule and a horse
• unknown
Connie's Inn (Harlem)
  2221 Seventh Avenue at 131st Street (1923-?) – razed 2013
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2800 (1929)
Madison Square Garden (Garment District)
  Eighth Avenue between 31st & 33rd Streets (since 1968)
• electronic keyboards
Eighth Avenue between 49th & 40th Streets (1925-1968)
• unknown, if any
Madison Avenue between 26th & 27th Streets (1879-1925)
Second building (1890-1925)
• I/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 402 (1906)
• George Jardine & Son (1892) – temporary; built for Methodist Church, Owensboro, Ky.
First building (1879-1890)
• unknown if any
Rainbow Room (Midtown)
  30 Rockefeller Center – 65th Floor
► III/10 "Style R16" Wurlitzer, Op. 2185 (1934); had two consoles and player
The Spike Bar NE (Chelsea)
  120 Eleventh Avenue at 20th Street (?-2000)
• I/7 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1960) – orig. in St. Mark's Epis., Pittsburgh; moved to St. Ignatius of Antioch, NYC (c.1990); moved to St. Thomas More R.C. (c.1995); sold to R. A. Louprette (2009)
Theiss Alhambra Court NE (Union Square)
  14th Street, near Third Avenue
• Welte Orchestrion (1887)
   
  Conventions, Exhibitions & Fairs
   
American Guild of Organists National Convention (1956)
  Waldorf=Astoria Hotel – lecture/demonstration by Dirk A. Flentrop
► I/7 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1956) – sold to Fenner Douglas for Oberlin, Oh., residence; later acquired by Oberlin Conservatory of Music (extant in Fairchild Chapel)
Hunter College Auditorium – concert by E. Power Biggs
► II/13 Schlicker Organ Company (1953) – "The Cambridge Portativ"
American Institute Fair
  Empire City Skating Rink Building NE
Corner of 63rd Street & Third Avenue (after 1845)
• II/24 George Jardine & Son (1880) – moved to Church of the Annunciation, New Orleans, La.
► II/15 George Jardine & Son (1878)
• II/24 George Jardine & Son (1877)
• I/4 George Jardine & Son (1870)
► I/6 George Jardine & Son (1869)
Niblo's Garden NE
580 Broadway at Prince Street (until 1845)
• I/10 George Jardine (1844)
• II/30 George Jardine (1837) – built for First Presbyterian, Jersey City, N.J.; moved to Hedding M.E., Manhattan (1850)
Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations (1853–1854)
  Crystal Palace NE
42nd Street, between Fifth & Sixth Avenues (1853-burned 1858)
• Organ by Alb. Gemunder & Brothers (Springfield, Mass., USA)
• "Church organ" by F. Hechigan (Ulm, Germany)
• "Church organ" by J.F. Schulze & Sons (Paulinzella, Germany)
Electric Exposition
  location unknown
• II/16 Hilborne L. Roosevelt (c.1869-1872)
Exposition of Architecture and Allied Arts (1927)
  Grand Central Palace NE
Lexington Avenue between 46th & 47th Streets
► III/9 Welte-Mignon Corp. (1927) – moved to Wakefield Theatre, Bronx
Madison Square Garden
  Fifth and Madison Avenues between 26th and 27th Streets (1890-1925) NE
• I/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 402 (1906)
Music Festival 1881
  Seventh Regiment Armory
643 Park Avenue at 66th Street
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 7 (1874) – moved from St. Vincent Ferrer R.C. Church (1881)
Music Festival 1882
  Seventh Regiment Armory
643 Park Avenue at 66th Street
► I/15 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 94 (1882) – moved to Metropolitan Opera House (1883)
Music Teachers' National Association (1897)
  Grand Central Palace
Lexington Avenue between 46th & 47th Streets
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 213 (1897) – moved to First Methodist Church, NYC (Bronx)?
   
  Corporate
   
American Bankers' Association
  208 Fifth Avenue at 26th Street
• II/16 William H. Davis & Son (1892) – parlor organ for Dr. George Marsland
John W. Campbell Office/Studio
  Grand Central Terminal
42nd Street at Vanderbilt Avenue – 2nd Floor
• II/ Welte-Tripp Organ Corp. (1929)
Sylvester Oil Company
  location unknown
► II/4 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2853 (1929)
   
  Cruise Ships
   
American Line
  SS St. Louis
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (1895)
SS St. Paul
• George Jardine & Son (1895)
   
  Department Stores & Emporiums
   
Henri Bendel Store
  712 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street (since 1991)
• none
10-12 West 57th Street (1912-1991)
► II/7 "Style RJ11" Wurlitzer, Op. 2023 (1929) – moved to Perkins Funeral Home
Lord & Taylor
  Fifth Avenue at 38th Street (since 1914)
• II/ Welte Philharmonic Autograph Organ (1914) – Concert Hall (7th Floor)
Siegel–Cooper Dry Goods Store NE
  632 Sixth Avenue at West 18th Street
• Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 85 (1901)
John Wanamaker Store NE
  770 Broadway at 9th Street (1896-closed 1954)
► IV/118 Wanamaker Organ Shop (1920) – Auditorium
► IV/45 Austin Organ Company, Op. 120 (1904) – Auditorium
► II/7 Austin Organ Company, Op. 192 (1904) – Showroom – sold to Briarcliff Lodge, Briarcliff, N.Y.
► II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 179 (1904) – Showroom
► II/9 Austin Organ Company, Op. 178 (1904) – Showroom
► II/8 Austin Organ Company, Op. 177 (1904) – Showroom
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• II/13s Austin Organ Company, Op. 116 (1904) – Showroom
   
  Laboratories
   
Pathé Frères Phonograph Laboratory
  Midtown – location unknown
• Welte Organ Company (date unknown)
   
  Showrooms & Warerooms
   
The Aeolian Company Showroom NE (Midtown)
  689 Fifth Avenue at 54th Street (1927-1932)
• III/28 Aeolian Company, Op. 1604 (1927) – Concert Hall
• II/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 1603 (1927) – Pine Room – sold to H. Priester, Davenport, Iowa (1928)
• III/36 Aeolian Company, Op. 1602 (1926) – Spanish Room
29 West 42nd Street (1912-1927)
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 1310 (1914) – French Room – sold to Ben Ali Haggin (1916)
• III/67 Aeolian Company, Op. 1219; rev. (1921-1923) – Colonial Room
• II/37 Aeolian Company, Op. 1219 (1912-1916) – Colonial Room
• IV/78 Aeolian Company, Op. 1212 (1912) – Aeolian Hall – sold to Elks Lodge #22, Brooklyn (1927)
362 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street (1902-1912)
• II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 1200 (1911) – Second Floor
• II/17 Aeolian Company, Op. 1049 (1907) – Recital Chamber
• II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 969 (1907) – Second Floor
• II/13 Aeolian Company, Op. 928 (1902) – Recital Chamber
• II/44 Aeolian Company, Op. 922 (1902) – Aeolian Hall
18 West 23rd Street
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 728 (1894)
Aeolian-Skinner Company Showroom NE (Midtown)
  4 East 53rd Street at Fifth Avenue – Fifth Floor (1941-?)
► II/4 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 4000 (1941)
677 Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street (1932-1941)
► II/9 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 887-X2 (c.1932)
Alexander Bernard & Co. Showroom NE (Madison Square)
  1133 Broadway at 26th Street
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3675 (1956)
American Photoplayer Company Showroom
  location unknown (possibly 62 West 45th Street)
• Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1923)
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 378 (1922)
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 359 (1921)
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 349 (1921)
Architects Sample Corporation NE (Murray Hill)
  101 Park Avenue at 40th Street
► II/10 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 600 (1926) – moved to Immanuel Union Church, Staten Island (1940)
Art Organ Company NE (Union Square)
  109-11 East 14th Street – Steinway Hall
• II/6 Art Organ Company (1906)
► II/26 Wirsching Organ Co. (1905) – sold to H. C. Hallenbeck of Montclair, N.J. (1907)
Baldwin Piano Company NE (Midtown)
  20 East 54th Street
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 6044 (1939) – sold to St. Catherine's Orthodox Church, NYC
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5986 (1938)
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6482 (1937)
Electrolian Organ Company
  See Los Angeles Art Organ Company
Estey Organ Company Studio NE (Midtown)
  642 Fifth Avenue at 51st Street
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3069 (1936)
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2819 (1929) – extant in Ridgefield Park, N.J.
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2854 (1929)
► III/39 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2765 (1928) – sold to St. Martin's Episcopal
11 West 49th Street
► III/21 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1690 (1919); enl. (1925)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2041 (1922)
► II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1690 (1919)
25 West 45th Street
► III/28 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1010 (1912) – sold to J.W. Baker, Greenwich, Conn.
► II/13 Estey Organ Company, Op. 315 (1906)
Farrand & Votey Organ Company Warerooms NE (Harlem)
  1945 Park Avenue at East 131st Street – orig. Roosevelt Organ Works; then Votey Organ Company
► II/14 Johnson & Son, Op. 132 (1862) – removed from St. Mary Epis., Cold Spring, N.Y. (1895)
Hillgreen, Lane & Company Showroom NE (Midtown)
  225 Fifth Avenue at East 27th Street
Magna-Chordia Studio – location unknown – also Hugh McAmis residence
► III/24 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 556 (1919)
Hook & Hastings Company Showroom NE (Midtown)
  Grand Central Terminal Building (c.1912-?)
• II/41 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2273 (1911)
145 East 23rd Street (1880s-c.1912)
• unknown
Hope-Jones Organ Company Office NE (Union Square)
  41 Union Square (Broadway & 17th Street)
• unknown if any
Geo. Kilgen & Son Showroom NE (Midtown)
  113 West 57th Street (Steinway Hall)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5370
W. W. Kimball Company Office NE (Midtown)
  507 Fifth Avenue, between 42nd & 43rd Streets
• unknown if any
Kramer Organ Showroom NE (Midtown West)
  729 Seventh Avenue, between 48th & 49th Street
• Hall Organ Co. (1917)
• Justin Kramer (1917)
Los Angeles Art Organ Company NE (Murray Hill)
  353 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street
► II/19 Los Angeles Art Organ Co. (1905)
Marr & Colton Company Showroom NE (Times Square)
  220 West 42nd Street – Candler Building, then known as Paramount Theatre Building
M. P. Möller Company Showroom NE (East Midtown)
  Waldorf=Astoria Hotel – 4th Floor (after 1931)
301 Park Avenue at 49th Street
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5796 (1931) – see Waldorf=Astoria Hotel
1540 Broadway (1203 Loew Building)
• unknown
National Theatre Supply Company NE (Times Square)
  356 West 44th Street
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2829 (1929) – now owned by Stephen Schnurr, Gary, Ind.
1560 Broadway at 46th Street
• III/5 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3673 (1926)
Henry Pilcher's Sons Showroom NE (Times Square)
  11 West 42nd Street – Salmon Tower Bldg. (1931-?)
• unknown
109-11 East 14th Street – Steinway Hall (?-1931)
• unknown
Roosevelt Organ Works NE (Harlem)
  1945 Park Avenue at East 131st Street – later Votey Organ Company, then Farrand & Votey
• unknown
Skinner Organ Company Showroom NE (Midtown)
  677 Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street (?-1932) – became Aeolian-Skinner Company Showroom
► III/37 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 349 (1922)
United States Pipe Organ Company Showroom NE (Times Square)
  130 West 42nd Street
• United States Pipe Organ Co., Op. 99 (c.1925)
Votey Organ Company Wareroom NE (Harlem)
  1945 Park Avenue at East 131st Street – orig. Roosevelt Organ Works; later Farrand & Votey
► II/14 Johnson & Son, Op. 132 (1862) – removed from St. Mary Epis., Cold Spring, N.Y. (1895)
Wangerin-Weickhardt Organ Company NE (Times Square)
  729 Seventh Avenue, between 48th & 49th Street
• unknown if any
Wicks Organ Company Showroom NE (Times Square)
  location unknown
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 378 – Office
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 359 – Show Room
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 349 – Show Room
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 204 – Sales Room
Welte-Mignon Corporation Showroom NE (Midtown)
  695 Fifth Avenue at 54th Street (1927-1931)
► III/38 Welte-Mignon (1927) with 3-manual roll-recording console
665 Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street (1916-1927)
► III/28 Welte & Sons (1916) – built by E.M. Skinner (Op. 253); sold to Eugene Meyer, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.; moved to Speyer Technik Museum, Germany (1993)
273 Fifth Avenue at 29th Street (1910-1916) – Welte Artistic Player Piano Co. & M. Welte & Sons
► Welte Philharmonic Organ – Model II (1913)
► Welte Philharmonic Organ – Model III – Style A (1913)
► Welte Philharmonic Organ – Model IV – Style A (1913)
► Welte Philharmonic Organ – Model VI – Style B (1913)
Wurlitzer Showroom NE (Times Square)
  120 West 42nd Street (1919-1971) – Wurlitzer Building
► II/4 "Style C3" Wurlitzer, Op. 2193 (1936) – sold to Bowery Tabernacle Church (1936)
• III/12 "Style R20" Wurlitzer, Op. 2044 (1929) – moved to World's Fair Sun Valley Exhibit (1939)
► II/7 "Style RJ12" Wurlitzer, Op. 2039 (1929)
► II/4 "Style RJ4" Wurlitzer, Op. 1963 (1928)
► II/6 "Style Sch 25" Wurlitzer, Op. 1072 (1925) – sold to Riverside Synagogue, NYC
► II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 1051 (1925) – sold to St. Christopher's Bldg., Garrison, N.Y.
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 805 (1924) – sold to Alhambra (State) Theatre, Charlotte, N.C.
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 784 (1924) – sold to WMCA Radio (1924)
► II/3 "Style 105" Wurlitzer, Op. 644 (1923)
► II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 588 (1922) – sold to Cohen's Theatre, NYC
► 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. (1908-1919)
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• II/13? "Style 4 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 8 (1912)
 
  Institutions
   
  Auditoriums & Concert Halls
   
Academy of Music NE (Union Square)
  126 East 14th Street (1926-razed 1997) NE – became The Palladium Discotheque
• III/17 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1406 (1926)
125 East 14th Street at Irving Place (1854-burned 1866; reb. 1868-razed 1926) NE
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3801 (1923)
• III/38 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1792 (1915)
► I/7 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 62 (1878) – moved to Elmira Opera House, Elmira, N.Y. (1895)
Aeolian Hall NE (Midtown)
  See The Aeolian Company under "Showrooms"
689 Fifth Avenue at 54th Street (1927-1932)
• III/28 Aeolian Company, Op. 1604 (1927)
29 West 42nd Street (1912-1927)
• IV/78 Aeolian Company, Op. 1212 (1912) – sold to Elks Lodge #22, Brooklyn (1927)
362 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street (1902-1912)
• II/44 Aeolian Company, Op. 922 (1902)
Alice Tully Hall (Upper West Side)
  Lincoln Center – Broadway at 66th Street (since 1969)
► IV/85 Th. Kuhn Organ Builders (1975)
Avery Fisher Hall (Upper West Side)
  Lincoln Center – Broadway at 66th Street (since 1962) – orig. named Philharmonic Hall (until 1976)
► III/95 Walker Technology Co. electronic instrument (2006)
► IV/98 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 1388 (1962) – removed (1976)
Beacon Theatre (Upper West Side)
  2124 Broadway at 74th Street (since 1929) – initially named Roxy Midway Theatre
► IV/19 "Style 250 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1891 (1928)
Carnegie Hall (Midtown)
  881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street (since 1891)
• III/78s Rodgers Instruments electronic (c.2006)
• I/5 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1993) – "Kistorgel" (Portative)
• V/120s Rodgers Instruments electronic (1974)
• II/7 Schlicker Organ Co. (1970) – moved to Holy Trinity Epis.; then St. Margaret's Epis., Bronx
• IV/59 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4317 (1929)
• III/40 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 456 (1916)
• II/34 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 486 (1891)
Carnegie Lyceum (Midtown)
  Basement of Carnegie Hall – See Zankel Hall
Chickering Hall NE (Chelsea)
  437 Fifth Avenue at 18th Street (1875-1893)
► III/36 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 25 (1876)
Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium (Upper East Side)
  The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street (auditorium opened in 1954)
► II/30 Holtkamp Organ Company (1965)
• II/21 Rieger Orgelbau (1952) – moved to Jack Barr Residence, Buffalo, N.Y. (c.1975)
Grand Opera House NE (Chelsea)
  West 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue (1869-1938) – became RKO 23rd Street Theatre (1938-1960)
• III/89reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4117 (1925)
Irving Hall NE (Union Square)
  Irving Place at 15th Street (1860-1888) – rebuilt as Irving Place Theater
• II/29 Hilborne Roosevelt, Op. 39 (1878) – built for St. Paul's Within the Walls Anglican, Rome, Italy
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (1866)
Kaufmann Concert Hall – 92nd Street Y (Upper East Side)
  1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street (since 1930)
• III/11 Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1924) – moved from Flushing Theatre, Flushing (1930)
Koster & Bial's Concert Hall NE (Chelsea)
  115 West 23rd Street at Sixth Avenue (1881-1893)
• II/25 George Jardine & Son (1881) – moved to Second Reformed Church, Somerville, N.J.
John Wanamaker Store Auditorium NE (East Village)
  770 Broadway at 9th Street – Annex (1902-1954)
► IV/118 Wanamaker Organ Shop (1920); additions by Aeolian-Skinner (1947 and 1948)
► IV/45 Austin Organ Company, Op. 120 (1904)
Lenox Lyceum NE (Upper East Side)
  623 Madison Avenue at 59th Street (1890-razed 1929) – later skating rink; New German Theatre
• Gavioli Band Organ (110 keys)
Lexington Avenue Opera House NE (Upper East Side)
  571 Lexington Avenue at 51st Street (1914-1915) – became Loew's Lexington Theatre (1915-1961)
See Loew's Lexington Theatre
Lyric Hall NE (Chelsea)
  725 Sixth Avenue at 24th Street
• unknown (1870)
Metropolitan Opera House (Upper West Side)
  Lincoln Center – Broadway at 65th Street (since 1966)
► II/22 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1444 (1965)
1411 Broadway at 39th Street (1883-1966) NE (razed 1968)
► I/13 Farrand & Votey, Op. 711 (1893)
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► I/15 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 94 (1882) (burned 1892)
Mendelssohn Hall NE (Times Square)
  113-119 West 40th Street (1892-razed 1912)
• III/48 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 523 (1892)
Philharmonic Hall (Upper West Side)
  Lincoln Center – Broadway at 66th Street
See Avery Fisher Hall
Radio City Music Hall (Midtown)
  1260 Avenue of the Americas at 50th Street (since 1932)
► IV/58 Wurlitzer, Op. 2179 (1932)
Steinway Hall NE (Union Square)
  109-11 East 14th Street (1866-closed 1890)
► III/31 Hall & Labagh (1851) – purchased from St. Thomas Church (c.1866)
Town Hall (Midtown)
  123 West 43rd Street
► IV/46 Skinner Organ Co., Op. 434 (1923); rev. by Aeolian-Skinner (1935, J-5364) – moved to Takoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church, Takoma Park, Md. (1960)
Zankel Hall (Midtown) – orig. Recital Hall, later Carnegie Hall Cinema, now Zankel Hall
  881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street – below street level
Zankel Hall (since 2003)
• none
Carnegie Hall Cinema (c.1959-1997)
► II/5 "Style 150" Wurlitzer, Op. 2095 (1931) – now in Lafayette Theatre, Suffern, N.Y. (1992)
Carnegie Lyceum (1896-c.1959)
• II/20reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1706 (1913) – reb. of II/ H.L. Roosevelt, Op. 6 (1873) orig. in Church of the Strangers/Sixth Universalist Church
Recital Hall (1891-1896)
• none
   
  Civic Buildings
   
Federal Hall National Memorial (Lower Manhattan)
  26 Wall Street at Broadway (since 1842) – orig. United States Customs House
• II/3 Estey Organ Company – "Grand Minuette" model (possibly Op. 2854 (1929) from Showroom)
New York City Hall (Lower Manhattan)
  City Hall Park – Park Row (since 1812)
• none
Wall Street at Nassau Street (1700-1812) – ren. Federal Hall (1776)
• George Ash (c.1756)
Pearl Street (17th century)
• none
   
  Clubs & Fraternal Organizations
   
Alpha Delta Phi – Columbia University Chapter (Morningside Heights)
  526 West 114th Street
• II/ Austin Organ Company – not on opus list, probably second-hand
American Woman's Association Clubhouse NE (Midtown West)
  353 West 57th Street (1929-1942) – became Henry Hudson Hotel
► III/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 1793 (1931) – Auditorium Division
► 0/16 Aeolian Company, Op. 1794 (1931) – Lounge Division (Third Floor)
Elks Lodge No. 1 NE (Times Square)
  108 West 43rd Street at Sixth Avenue (1911-1934) – became Hotel Dilano, then Hotel Diplomat
• II/4 "Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 21 (1913) – additions to existing organ
• II/3 The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Op. 21 (1911) – Hope-Jones contract
Broadway and 27th Street (1893-1911)
• unknown
German Masonic Temple NE (Stuyvesant Square)
  220 East 15th Street at Second Avenue – now Friends Seminary
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7344
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 735_
Grand Street Odd Fellows Hall NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Grand Street
• George Jardine & Son (three organs)
Harlem Masonic Lodge NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Rooms in Harlem Savings Bank
2279 & 2281 Third Avenue at 124th Street
• Unknown Builder (releathered in 1894)
Hudson Odd Fellows Hall NE (Lower Manhattan)
  228 Centre Street ??
• George Jardine & Son
Kane Lodge, No. 454, F. & A. M. NE (Gramercy Park)
  Broadway and 22nd Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1867)
The Lambs Club (Midtown)
  3 West 51st Street (since 1975)
• unknown if any
128 West 44th Street (1905-1975) – now Lambs Church of the Nazarene
► II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 984 (1905)
70 West 36th Street (1880s-1905)
• unknown if any
Liederkranz Society (Midtown East)
  111-119 East 58th Street
• II/9 George S. Hutchings; reb. Edward J. Schlette (1920)
• George Jardine & Son
Lodge of Perfection NE (Murray Hill)
  Scottish Rite Hall
29th Street and Madison Avenue
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Masonic Temple (Chelsea)
  Present building – 71 West 23rd Street, NE corner of Sixth Avenue (rebuilt 1909):
► III/19 Austin Organ Company, Op. 244 (1909) – Grand Lodge Room
Extension building at 46-54 West 24th Street (since 1909):
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 233 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 234 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 235 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 236 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 237 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 238 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 239 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 240 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 241 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 242 (1909) – Meeting Room
► II/4 Austin Organ Company, Op. 243 (1909) – Meeting Room
Original building – Northeast corner 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue (1875-1909):
• Henry Erben (1875) – Grand Lodge
• Henry Erben (1875) – Chapter Room
• Henry Erben (1875) – Commandery
• Henry Erben (1875) – Composite Room
• Henry Erben (1875) – Corinthian Room
• Henry Erben (1875) – Doric Room
• Henry Erben (1875) – Ionic Room
• Henry Erben (1875) – Tuscan Room
The following organs may have been in a different Masonic Temple:
• II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 115 (1872) – elect. & moved to Church of the Nativity RC, Brooklyn
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 42 (1865)
Wm. McKinley Masonic Temple
  See Prince Hall Grand Lodge
Mecca Temple NE (Midtown)
  130 West 55th Street (1924-1942) – now City Center 55th Street Theatre
Auditorium:
► IV/37 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3963 (1926) – reb. as Möller R-549 for St. Paul's Community Church (1955)
Meeting Rooms:
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3960 (1926)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3961 (1926)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3962 (1926)
Merchants' Lodge, No. 709, F. & A. M. NE (Chelsea)
  117 West 23rd Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Normal Lodge, No. 523, F. & A. M. NE (Chelsea)
  46 West 24th Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Prince Hall Masonic Temple (Washington Heights)
  454 West 155th Street – orig. William McKinley Grand Lodge
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4405 (1925)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4406 (1925)
144th Street and Seventh Avenue (1926-?)
• unknown
Pythian Temple NE (Upper West Side)
  135 West 70th Street (1928-1950s) – became condominiums (1982)
Auditorium:
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4862 (1927)
Meeting Rooms:
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4863 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4864 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4865 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4866 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4867 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4868 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4869 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4870 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4871 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4872 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4873 (1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4874 (1927)
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► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4875 (1927)
Scottish Rite Hall NE (Flatiron District)
  90 Madison Avenue at 29th Street (1863-1890) – orig. Rutgers Presbyterian Church
► II/18 Ferris & Stuart (1870) – see Rutgers Presbyterian Church
   
  Correctional Facilities & Penitentiaries
   
House of Detention (aka "The Tombs") NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Centre Street at Franklin Street (1902-1941)
• William H. Davis & Son (1902)
House of Detention for Women NE (Greenwich Village)
  10 Greenwich Avenue at West 10th Street (1932-1971)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6056 (1931)
House of Refuge Reformatory NE (Randall's Island)
  • II/10 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 71 (1880)
New York Penitentiary NE (Blackwell's Island, now Roosevelt Island)
  • II/ Müller & Abel (1901) – donated by Church of the Beloved Disciple (1914)
• I/8 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2256 (1910) – Chapel or Cell Block?
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• William H. Davis & Son (1902)
   
  Funeral Chapels & Mortuaries
   
N. T. Brown, Inc. Funeral Home
  location unknown
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5401
Frank E. Campbell, The Funeral Chapel (Upper East Side)
  1076 Madison Avenue at 81st Street (since 1938)
• Unknown Builder
1966 Broadway at 66th Street (1919-1938) – became Gutterman's "Lincoln Square Chapel"
• II/8 Aeolian Company, Op. 1611 (1926)
241-243 West 23rd Street (c.1900-1919) – known as "The Funeral Church"
• unknown
Walter B. Cooke Funeral Home
  location unsure – possibly 353 Second Avenue
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2009 (1939)
Walter B. Cooke Funeral Home
  location unsure – possibly 352 East 87th Street
• II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2024 (1939)
Perkins Funeral Home (Harlem)
  210 West 145th Street
• II/7 "Style RJ11" Wurlitzer, Op. 2023 (1929) – moved from Henri Bendel Fur Salon
Samuel Rothschild & Sons Funeral Chapel (aka West End Funeral Chapel) (Upper West Side)
  630 Amsterdam Avenue at 91st Street (1923-c.1971) – now Plaza Jewish Community Chapel
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► II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6241 (1933)
   
  Hospitals
   
Bellevue Hospital (Kips Bay)
  462 First Avenue at 27th Street 
Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament – Leary Memorial Chapel (Roman Catholic) (1897-1938)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 334 (1896)
Chapel of Christ the Consoler (Protestant Episcopal) (1889-1937)
• Unknown (c.1889)
Manhattan State Hospital (Roosevelt Island)
  Roosevelt Island
• III/87 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3801 (1923) – Chapel
Memorial Hospital for the Treatment of Cancer and Allied Diseases
  See Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Upper East Side)
  1275 York Avenue between 67th & 68th Streets (since 1937)
► II/15 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 530 (1925) – moved from Ernest Hopkinson Res. (1938)
Eighth Avenue between West 105th & 106th Streets (1997-1937) – New York Cancer Hospital
► I/5 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 521 (1892)
New York Cancer Hospital
  See Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
New York Foundling Hospital (Chelsea)
  590 Avenue of the Americas at 17th Street (since 1988)
• unknown if any
175 East 68th Street at Lexington Avenue (1872-1988)
• I/8 Alexander Mills (c.1872) – Chapel (razed c.1959)
St. Joseph's Hospital
  [possibly St. Joseph's Half Orphan Asylum, later absorbed into St. Vincent's Hospital]
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (tubular) – Chapel
St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital (Morningside Heights)
  Now known as Continuum Health Partners
114th Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1896)
Muhlenberg Chapel:
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9517 (1961)
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 301 (1920)
► II/22 George S. Hutchings, Op. 381 (1895)
Fifth Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets (c.1846-1896)
• Hall & Labagh (1885)
St. Mark's Hospital NE (East Village)
  66 St. Mark's Place (bankrupt 1933)
► III/19 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5659 (1930) – moved to First Pres., Jamaica as Möller Op. 5216 (1933)
St. Vincent's Hospital NE (Greenwich Village)
  153 West 11th Street at Seventh Avenue (1849-closed 2010)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell – "Scheme #25" (1889)
   
  Hotels & Lodging
   
Ansonia Hotel (Upper West Side)
  2109 Broadway at 73rd Street (since 1904)
• Welte & Sons Company (1916)
Hotel Astor NE (Times Square)
  Broadway between 44th and 45th Streets (1904-1967)
► IV/76 Austin Organ Company, Op. 252 (1910)
Barbizon Hotel (Midtown)
  130 East 63rd Street at Lexington Avenue (1927-2002) – now the Melrose Hotel
• II/ Welte Organ Company (<1930)
Barbizon-Plaza Hotel (Midtown)
  106 Central Park South (1930-1988) – now the Trump Parc Condominium
► III/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 1779 (1930) – moved to American Woman's Assn. Clubhouse (1931)
Hotel Martinique (Garment District)
  49 West 32nd Street (since 1900)
• II/ "Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 3 (1912)
Pennsylvania Hotel (Garment District)
  401 Seventh Avenue at 33rd Street (since 1919)
• Marr & Colton (1925) – Grill Room (for Vincent Lopez)
• III/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1914 (1921)
Ritz-Carlton Hotel NE (Midtown)
  Madison Avenue at 46th Street (1917-1951)
• Unknown Builder
St. Regis Hotel (Midtown)
  2 East 55th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1904)
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2879 (1930) – Seaglades Nightclub
Savoy-Plaza Hotel NE (Midtown)
  767 Fifth Avenue at East 58th Street (1927-1964)
• III/ W.W. Kimball
Seafarers and International House (Union Square)
  123 East 15th Street at Irving Place (since 1964)
► I/7 Noack Organ Company, Op. 38 (1967) – Chapel
Waldorf=Astoria Hotel (Midtown)
  301 Park Avenue at 49th Street (since 1931)
► IV/76 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5795 (1931) – Ballroom – reb. for Montclair State College, N.J. (1952)
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5796 (1931) – Perroquet Suite – reb. for Salem Methodist, NYC (1952)
Fifth Avenue at 34th Street (1893-1929) – site of the Empire State Building
► II/20 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1692 (1919)
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► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 822 (1910) – orig. George Boldt residence
 
  Museums & Historical Societies
 
American Academy of Arts and Letters (Washington Heights)
 

633 West 155th Street at Broadway – Auditorium (since 1930)
► IV/46 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 835 (1930)

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (Carnegie Hill)
  2 East 91st Street at Fifth Avenue – orig. Andrew Carnegie Residence
• III/44 Aeolian Company (Votey), Op. 895 (1900) – removed (1976)
The Frick Collection (Upper East Side)
  1 East 70th Street at Fifth Avenue
► IV/79 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 918 (1934) – enl. and dup. 4m console
► IV/70 Aeolian Company, Op. 1263 (1914)
The Jewish Museum (Carnegie Hill)
  1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street (since 1947) – orig. Felix M. Warburg residence
• II/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1054 (1908)
Huntington Hartford Gallery of Modern Art NE (Columbus Circle)
  2 Columbus Circle (1964-closed 1969) – now The Museum of Arts and Design
► III/37 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1400 (1963) – moved to Meth. Ch. of New Caanan (c.1980)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Upper East Side)
  1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street (since 1880)
► II/16 Thomas Appleton (1830) – Equestrian Court – OHS Citation #40 (1982)
► II/30 Holtkamp Organ Company (1965) – Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium
► II/23 Rieger Orgelbau "Model DRP 1" (1952) – Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium – removed
Department of Musical Instruments:
• Portative – Leopoldo Franciolini, Florence (late 19th century?)
• I/4 Claviorganum – Laurentium Hauslaib, Nürnberg (1598)
• Positive – Germany (early 17th century)
• I/3 Chamber organ – Thomas Chapman, London (1779)
• Regal – late 19th century reproduction
• "Book Organ" – Germany (late 19th century)
• Regal – Germany (late 19th century)
• Claviorganum – Herman Willenbrock, Hannover (1712)
• Claviorganum – Eaton Pether, London (1786)
• Regal – Georg Vell or Voll, Nürnberg (1575)
• Portative – German (late 19th century)
• Regal – Germany (19th century)
• Positive – Germany (ca. 1700)
• Positive – Germany (1700)
• Regal – South Germany or Austria (17th or 18th century)
• I/2 Chamber Organ – George Clisbie, Marlboro, Mass. (ca. 1845)
• I/6 Chamber Organ – William Crowell, Mont Vernon, N.H. (1852)
• Positive – German (17th century)
• I/6 Chamber Organ – Richard Ferris, New York (ca. 1850) – stored off-site
• Chamber Organ – anonymous (ca. 1840-50)
• I/6 Chamber Organ – Samuel Green, Isleworth, Middlesex, England (ca. 1790-96) – on loan to church in Pennsylvania
• Musical Automaton Clock – Augsburg (1625) with Claviorganum viet Langenbucher
• I/3 Organ Case – William Geib?, New York City (ca. 1824) – sold
• I/2 Chamber Organ – Henry Erben, New York City (1838) – sold
New-York Historical Society (Upper West Side)
  170 Central Park West at 76th Street (since 1908)
• none
Second Avenue at 11th Street (1853-1908)
• William H. Davis (1857)
   
  Performance Ensembles
 
New York Pro Musica Antiqua
  (disbanded 1974)
► I/5 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1962) – Chamber Organ
• I/1 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1962) – Positief
• I/1 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1962) – Regal
Robert Shaw Chorale
 
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► I/7 Schlicker Organ Co. "Portativ" (1960)
   
  Schools – Colleges, Universities & Conservatories
   
Cathedral College (Roman Catholic) NE (Midtown)
  Madison Avenue at 51st Street
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5907 (1938)
College of the City of New York (CCNY) (Manhattanville)
  Convent Avenue at 140th Street (since 1908)
North Campus (since 1908)
• Allen Organ Company electronic – Great Hall
► IV/63 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 135 (1906) – Great Hall – removed 1960s
South Campus (since 1954) – orig. College of the Sacred Heart/Manhattanville College
• II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 278 (1889) – Aronow Auditorium
Lexington Avenue at 23rd Street (since 1849) – named New York Free Academy until 1866; now known as Baruch College
► IV/23 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6211 (1936) – reb. & move Möller Op. 1054 (1910) from D. H. Morris Res.
• Unknown, if any – Chapel of New York Free Academy
Columbia University (Morningside Heights)
  Broadway at 116th Street (since 1897)
► IV/94 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 985-A and B (1938, 1962) – St. Paul's Chapel
► IV/86 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 985 (1938) – St. Paul's Chapel
► IV/51 Ernest M. Skinner Co., Op. 125 (1905); Op. 125-A (1928) – St. Paul's Chapel
• III/10 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1722 (1930s) – unknown location
East 49th Street and Madison Avenue (1857-1897) – known as Columbia College
• unknown, if any
Park Place (c.1784-1857) – known as Columbia College
• Hall & Labagh (1851)
Lower Broadway, adjacent to Trinity Church (1754-1776) – known as King's College
• unknown, if any
[New York] Grand Conservatory of Music NE (Chelsea)
  West 23rd Street
• Hall & Labagh (1885)
• Hall & Labagh (1882)
Hunter College (Upper East Side)
  69th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues
► III/66 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1005 (1940) – Auditorium
Institute of Musical Art
  See The Juilliard School
The Juilliard School (Lincoln Center)
  60 Lincoln Center Plaza (since 1969) – renamed The Juilliard School
► IV/85 Th. Kuhn Organ Builders Ltd. (1975) – see Alice Tully Hall
► III/57 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1840 (rev. & enl. 2002) – Paul Hall
► III/44 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1840 (1969) – Paul Hall
► III/12 Schoenstein & Co., Op. 158 (2010) – Studio
► II/17 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1969) – Studio
► II/7 Holtkamp Organ Company (1969) – Practice – sold to Eugenia Sullivan (2009)
► II/3 Noack Organ Company (1969) – Practice
132 Claremont Avenue (1910-1969) – renamed The Juilliard School of Music (1926)
► III/29 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1272 (1955) – Concert Hall
• II/4 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1664 (1952) – Practice
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7862 (1949) – Practice
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7859 (1949) – Practice
► III/ Casavant Frères, Op. 1860 (1946) – Studio console
► IV/53 Casavant Frères, Op. 1440 (1931) – Borden Auditorium
► III/24 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 781 (1924) – Recital Hall
► II/5 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 772 (1924) – Practice
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 819 (1910) – Practice
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 818 (1910) – Practice
► II/17 Estey Organ Company, Op. 806 (1910) – Recital Hall
53 Fifth Avenue at 12th Street (1905-1910) – known as the Institute of Musical Art
► II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 998 (1905) – orig. Frank Roosevelt, Op. 446 (1889)
King's College
  See Columbia University
Manhattan School of Music (Morningside Heights)
  601 West 122nd Street at Broadway (since 1969) – orig. The Juilliard School
► II/24 R. J. Brunner & Company, Op. 24 (1990) – Pforzheimer Recital Hall (2011)
► III/29 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 1272 (1955) – Hubbard Hall (removed 2002)
East 105th Street (1917-1969)
• unknown
Mannes College of Music (Upper West Side)
  150 West 85th Street (since 1985)
• none
157 East 74th Street (1916-1985) – known as David Mannes Music School until 1953
► II/13 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 298 (1919)
Metropolitan Conservatory of Music (Union Square)
  Merged with three other schools to form American Institute of Applied Music (1900)
21 East 14th Street (1885-1900)
• II/ L.C. Harrison, Op. 84
New York Free Academy (Gramercy)
  See College of the City of New York
New York Training Teachers College (Manhattanville)
  433 West 135th Street (1931-1933) – orig. NY School for Teachers; then HS of Music & Art
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2937 (1931) – see A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
New York University (Greenwich Village)
  58 Washington Square SouthHoly Trinity Chapel – Catholic Center (1964-2004; razed2009)
► III/32 Delaware Organ Co., Inc. (1964) – removed to storage (2009)
Unknown locations
• Welte-Tripp Organ Company (1930)
• III/43 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1831 (1899)
• Henry Crabb (1850s)
Sacred Heart, College of the (aka Convent of the Sacred Heart, Manhattanville Coll.) (Manhattanville)
  Convent Avenue and West 130th Street (1842-1950) – relocated to Purchase, N.Y. (1950)
Sold to City College of New York and became its "South Campus" (1953)
Second chapel (1889-?)
• III/31 Casavant Frères, Op. 1046 (1924)
• II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 278 (1889)
First chapel (burned 1889)
• I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 11 (1875)
Teachers College (Morningside Heights)
  525 West 120th Street at Amsterdam Avenue
► III/42 Casavant Frères, Op. 2716 (1961) – Milbank Memorial Chapel – unplayable
► III/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 599 (1949) – Milbank Memorial Chapel
► II/14 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1239 (1897) – Milbank Memorial Chapel
► II/4 Conn/Tellers Electro-Pipe Combination Organ (1960s) – Horace Mann Auditorium
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► II/2 Casavant Frères, Op. 2717 (1961) – Practice Organ
   
  Schools – Lower, Middle & Upper
   
Charlier Institute
  108 West 59th Street at Sixth Avenue (1872-1888) – became De La Salle Institute
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 13 (1876)
De La Salle Institute
  160 West 74th Street (1924-c.1989) – now the Calhoun School
► II/10 Votey Organ Co., Op. 832 (1899); moved from previous location
19 West 75th Street (1922-1924)
• unknown
106 West 59th Street at Sixth Avenue (1888-1922) – orig. Charlier Institute
► II/10 Votey Organ Co., Op. 832 (1899)
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 13 (1876)
DeWitt Clinton High School (moved to the Bronx in 1928)
  100 West Mosholu Parkway South – Bronx (since 1928)
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2936 (1931)
Tenth Avenue and 59th Street – Manhattan (1897-1928)
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co., KPO 670 (1906)
George Washington High School (now housing 4 smaller schools)
  549 Audubon Avenue at 192nd Street
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4486 (1926)
Grammar School #55 (Chelsea)
  140 West 20th Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
High School of Music & Art (Harlem)
  Merged with High School of Performing Arts to form Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (1984) – near Lincoln Center
433 West 135th St. (1936-1984) – orig. NY Training School for Teachers; now A. Philip Randolph HS
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2937 (1931) – see A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
► II/3 Estey Organ Company (c.1929) – "Minuette" – see A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
Holy Cross Academy (Hell's Kitchen)
  332 West 43rd Street – renamed Holy Cross School
► II/11 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 252 (1888) – moved to Congregational Church, Acton, MA (1977)
Mother Cabrini High School (Washington Heights)
  701 Fort Washington Avenue – Chapel and St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Shrine
► II/29 Giovanni Tamburini (1960)
New York Teachers Training School (Harlem)
  433 West 135th St. (1926-1936) – became High School of Music & Art; now A. Philip Randolph HS
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2937 (1931) – see A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
► II/3 Estey Organ Company (c.1929) – "Minuette" – see A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
Public School #32 (Hell's Kitchen)
  357 West 35th Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 32 (1865)
A. Philip Randolph Campus High School (Harlem)
  433 West 135th St. at St. Nicholas Terr. – orig. NY School for Teachers; then HS of Music & Art
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2937 (1931) NE
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2832 (1929) – "Grand Minuette"
Julia Richman Education Complex
  317 East 67th Street at Second Avenue – orig. Julia Richman High School
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4485 (1926)
Sacred Heart Academy (aka Convent of the Sacred Heart)
  Washington Bridge and University Road, Bronx (c.1905-c.1948?) – orig. Ogden Homestead
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 308 (1892) – moved from previous location
49 West 17th Street, near Sixth Avenue, Manhattan (?-c.1905)
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 308 (1892)
► II/7 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 122 (1873)
• Henry Erben (1859)
Sacred Heart, Convent of the (Upper East Side)
  1 East 91st Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1934)
► II/4 Casavant Frères, Op. 1582 (1938) – removed (2006)
533 Madison Avenue at 54th Street (1881-1934)
• unknown if any
St. David's School
  12 East 89th Street
► I/3 Unknown (c.1790)
St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's School
  619 West 114th Street (since 1967)
► III/50 Rieger Orgelbau (1974)
623 West 113th Street (1950-1967) – became Community of the Holy Spirit Convent
• none
Trinity School
  139 West 91st Street
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8045 (1950) – moved to Stephen Rumpf Residence (1980)
► II/7 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 141 (1907)
Washington Irving High School
  40 Irving Place at 16th Street
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► IV/49 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1668 (1914)
   
  Seminaries
   
The General Theological Seminary
  175 Ninth Avenue at 20th Street
Chapel of the Good Shepherd (since 1888)
► III/53 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1712 (1958/1996)
► II/16 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 385 (1887) – removed (1958)
Earlier Chapel or Meeting Room:
• I/10 Johnson, Op. 155 (1864)
• Henry Erben (1838?)
Union Theological Seminary
  3041 Broadway at 121st Street (since 1910):
► III/44 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1954 (1980) – James Chapel
► IV/67 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-651 (1961) – James Chapel
► IV/52 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6976 (1941) – James Chapel
► III/34 Austin Organ Company, Op. 267 (1909) – James Chapel
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-429 (1952) – Lampman Chapel
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5537 (1929) – Lampman Chapel
Fourth Avenue between 69th and 70th Streets (1884-1910):
► II/11 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1242 (1897) – Adams Chapel; moved to new building
Jackson Avenue (University Place) between 6th and 7th Streets (1836-1884):
► I/6 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 145 (1875)
Studios and Practice Organs:
Claremont Avenue at 121st Street (since 1910):
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8463 (1952) – Practice
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8462 (1952) – Practice
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8461 (1952) – Practice
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8460 (1952) – Practice
► III/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8459 (1952) – Studio B
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8458 (1952) – Practice
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• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8411 (1952)
► II/2 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 2001 (1946)
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7066 (1941)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6369 (1935); reb. & moved as Op. R-431 (1952) – Admin. Tower
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5678 (1930); reb. as Op. R-430 (1952) – Hastings Basement
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5678 (1930)– Hastings Basement
   
  Social Services
   
American Seamen's Friend Society
  Jane and West Streets (1906-?)
• unknown if any
187-189 Cherry Street at Water Street(1876-1906) – orig. New York Seamen's Association
• II/19 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 606 (1871)
Centro María Residence
  539 West 54th Street – orig. St. Ambrose Catholic Church
► II/21 Austin Organ Co., Op. 75 (1903) – moved from Christ Church New Brighton, S.I. (c.1948)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1033 (1912)
Christian Herald Bowery Mission
  227 Bowery near Prince Street (since 1908)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
► II/20 Hall & Labagh (1870) – orig. in Princeton University Chapel; moved (1896)
Convent of the Good Shepherd
  location unknown
• Henry Erben (1861)
Convent of Mercy
  33 East Houston Street at Mulberry Street
• Henry Erben (1852) – moved to St. Andrew-by-the-Sea Episcopal, Belle Harbor, Queens
Convent of Mount St. Vincent
  Fifth Avenue at 105th Street
• Henry Erben (1855)
Ellis Island
  New York Harbor
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1922) – Great Hall
Isabella Home (Roman Catholic)
  515 Audubon Avenue at West 190th Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 47 (1903)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 24 (1903) – temporary; later to Gifford Moravian, Great Kills, N.Y.
Newsboys' Lodging House NE
  Top Floor of Sun Newspaper Building, Fulton Street
• I/4 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 142 (1884)
• I/4 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 8 (1874)
New York Association for the Blind (aka The Lighthouse)
  111 East 59th Street
• II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 557 (1924)
• II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 512 (1917) – moved to Palisades Presbyterian, Palisades, N.J. (1924)
• M. Welte & Sons "Style 2" Orchestrion – Women's Weaving Plant
New York Institution for the Blind
  Moved to The Bronx (1924) – see New York Institute for Special Education
34th Street at Ninth Avenue (1831-1924)
► III/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 422 (1906)
• II/ Levi U. Stuart (1870)
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• Hall & Labagh (1844)
New York Seamen's Association
  187-189 Cherry Street at Water Street (1872-1876) – became American Seamen's Friend Society
• II/19 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 606 (1871)
92nd Street YMHA (Young Men's & Young Women's Hebrew Association)
  1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
• III/11 Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1924) – moved from Flushing Theatre, Flushing (1930)
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum NE (aka St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum)
  Moved to The Bronx (1902) – see Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum in The Bronx
St. Patrick's Boys Asylum
Fifth Avenue at 51st and 52nd Streets (1851-1902) – moved to The Bronx (1902)
• unknown – Boys' Chapel
Prince and Mott Streets (1826-1851)
• unknown
St. Patrick's Girls Asylum
461 Madison Avenue at 51st Street (1886-1902) – moved to The Bronx (1902)
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 312 (1893) – moved to Boys' Chapel, R.C. Orphanage, Bronx (1902)
Prince and Mott Streets (1826-1886)
• unknown
St. Joseph's Half-Orphan Asylum NE
  West 11th Street
• unknown
St. Margaret's House (Episcopal Retirement Center)
  49 Fulton Street at Pearl Street
• II/ Schlicker Organ Company
St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum for Boys
  See Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum
St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum for Girls
  See Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum
YMCA – East Side Branch NE
  Corner 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue
► II/14 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 346 (1886)
YMCA – Headquarters NE
  Southwest corner Fourth Avenue and East 23rd Street
► II/35 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 82 (1869) – Association Hall
YMCA – Railroad Branch (Grand Central)
  221 East 47th Street
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• III/29s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1925 (1925)
 

  Houses of Worship
   
  Denominational Buildings
   
Church Center for the United Nations (Tudor City)
  777 First Avenue at 44th Street (since 1962)
► II/33 Allen Organ Company electronic Model TC-4 (1963) – Tillman Chapel
The Episcopal Church Center (Midtown East)
  815 Second Avenue at 43rd Street (since 1961)
► I/3 Bedient Pipe Organ Company (1991) – Chapel of Christ the Lord
House of the Redeemer (Carnegie Hill)
  7 East 95th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1949) – orig. Ernesto and Edith Fabbri Townhouse
► II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 1398 (1916)
The Interchurch Center (Morningside Heights)
  475 Riverside Drive at 120th Street (since 1960)
► III/29 Klais Orgelbau, Op. 1851 (2007) – Chancel
► III/37 Austin Organs Inc. (1982) – reb. of Möller – moved to Our Saviour's Atonement Luth. (2007)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9780 (1963) – Chancel – removed
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9370 (1960) – Gallery
Presbyterian Building (Gramercy Park)
  156 Fifth Avenue at 20th Street (1895-
► III/34 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 330 (1895) – moved to Immanuel Lutheran Church (1907)
United Lutheran Church House (Murray Hill)
  39 East 35th Street at Madison Avenue (1944-1988) – now part of the J.P. Morgan Library
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7119 (1944)
   
  Armenian Church of America (Eastern)
   
St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral (Murray Hill)
  630 Second Avenue at 34th Street (since 1968)
• IV/114 Rodgers Instruments electronic (2007)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (c.1980)
   
  Assembly of God
   
Bethel Chinese Assembly of God Church
  77 Eldridge Street
• unknown
First Ukrainian Assembly of God Church
  9 East 7th Street (since 1937) – built in 1867 as Metropolitan Savings Bank
• unknown
Glad Tidings Tabernacle Assembly of God Church
  325 West 33rd Street (1914-razed 2008) – orig. Pilgrim (Thirty-third Street) Baptist (built 1868)
• unknown
   
  Baptist
   
Abyssinian Baptist Church (Harlem)
  132 West 138th Street (since 1902)
► V/64 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 1498 (1978)
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-396 (1950); reb. and enl. Möller, Op. 3516
• II/5 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1843 (1938) – Chapel
► III/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3516 (1923)
166 Waverly Place (1856-1902) – orig. Second Reformed Presbyterian Church
• II/10 Labagh & Kemp (1885)
Amity Baptist Church NE (Midtown West)
  310 West 54th Street (1867-c.1917)
Second building (1907-c.1917) – sold to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
• II/23reg Austin Organ Company, Op. 254 (1910)
► II/9 Hope-Jones Organ Co. (1908) – probably not installed
First building (1867-1907) – orig. St. Timothy Episcopal Church
• II/27reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 49 (1882)
33 Amity (now 3rd) Street at Mercer Street (1834-1867)
• William H. Davis & Ferris (1849)
Baptist Church of the Redeemer NE (Harlem)
  144 West 131st Street (1883-1900?) – now Friendship Baptist Church
• unknown
Baptist Tabernacle NE (East Village) (also known as Second Avenue Baptist Church)
  168 Second Avenue between 10th and 11th Streets
Second building (1930-?) – became retail business
• unknown
First building (1850-1930)
• I/11 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 260 (1888) – Gallery
• J.H. & C.S. Odell – Chancel
Mulberry Street (c.1827-1850)
• II/18 Henry Erben (1843)
• Henry Erben (1827)
Baptist Temple Church NE (Upper West Side)
  18 West 116th Street (since 1926) – orig. Congregation Ohab Zedek
• unknown
159 West 132nd Street (?-1926) – now New Way Baptist Church
• unknown
11 West 1116th Street (?-?)
• unknown
West 52nd Street (1895-?)
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• unknown
Berean Baptist Church
  See Judson Memorial Baptist Church
Bethany Baptist Church (Washington Heights)
  303 West 153rd Street (since 1932)
• unknown
Broadway Baptist Church NE (Upper West Side)
  2720 Broadway at 104th Street (1890-1918) – named Hope Baptist Church until 1917
► II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 479 (1912)
• II/20 William H. Davis (c.1892)
Carmel Baptist Church (East Harlem)
  See Chambers Memorial Baptist Church
Calvary Baptist Church (Midtown)
  123 West 57th Street (since 1883):
Present building (since 1931):
► III/15 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 6398 (2002)
► III/65 Allen Organ Company digital, System 3300 (1972)
► IV/68 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-601 (1958)
► IV/63 Welte-Tripp Organ Corp. (1930)
► II/7 Welte-Tripp Organ Corp. (1930) – Chapel
First building (1883-1930):
• I/5 Farrand & Votey, 137 (1895) – Sunday School
► III/40 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 194 (1882)
50 West 23rd Street (1854-1883):
► II/24 Richard M. Ferris (1856) – moved to North Baptist Church (1883)
718 Broadway (1847-1854):– known as Hope Baptist Church
• George Jardine (c.1850)
Central Baptist Church (Upper West Side)
  166 West 92nd Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1916) – site of Riverside Baptist Church
► III/42 George S. Hutchings (1916) – partial stoplist
220 West 42nd Street (1861-1912) – orig. Presbyterian Church; renamed Central Baptist (1870)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Laight Street at Varick Street (1843-1861) – known as Laight Street Baptist Church
• 1/12 Hall & Labagh (1847)
Central Park Baptist Church NE (Yorkville)
  235 East 83rd Street (1899-1961) – orig. Yorkville Baptist Church
• II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 516 (1917) – moved from William F. Kenny Residence, Brooklyn (1946)
• II/18 W.M. WIlson (1881)
Chambers Memorial Baptist Church (Harlem)
  219 East 123rd Street (since 1891) – orig. named Carmel Baptist, then Harlem Baptist
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► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 42 (1903)
Collegiate Baptist Church of the Covenant NE (Chelsea)
  Merged into Calvary Baptist Church (1918)
235 West 33rd Street
• III/30 J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1911)
Convent Avenue Baptist Church (Washington Heights)
  420 West 145th Street at Convent Avenue (since 1942) – orig. Washington Heights Baptist Church
► IV/79 Southfield Organ Builders (1992-onward)
► IV/45 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10390 (1968)
• unknown (c.1898)
Czechoslovak Baptist Church (Yorkville)
  429 East 77th Street – orig. New York Evangelical Mission; now First Russian Baptist Church
• unknown
Day Star Baptist Church NE (Washington Heights)
  512 West 157th Street – now New Covenant Holiness Church
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1166 (1913)
East Baptist Church NE (Lower East Side)
  Corner of Madison and Gouverneur Streets (1865-closed 1896) – became synagogue
• II/24 Henry Erben (1839) – orig. in St. Bartholomew's; moved to Grace Gospel Church, Bkln. (1899)
Cannon Street (1841-1865)
• unknown
Grand Street (1835-1841)
• unknown
Eleventh Street Baptist Church NE (Union Square)
  AKA Seventh Day Baptist Church
East 11th Street, between Third & Fourth Avenues (1843-?)
► II/17 Henry Erben (c.1847)
Emanuel Baptist Church (Lower East Side)
  47 Suffolk Street near Grand Street (1883-1898?) – became a post office
► II/14 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 196 (1883) – moved to Tremont Baptist Church, Bronx (1912)
Grand and Allen Streets (1882-1883)
• Wm. B. Williams (c.1876)
36 Stanton Street near the Bowery (1879-1882) – orig. Stanton Street Baptist Church
• II/20 Thomas Robjohn (1842)
Grand and Allen Streets (1876-1879)
• William B. Williams (c.1876)
Emmanuel, Iglesia Bautista
  256 East 4th Street – orig. Lemberger Synagogue
• unknown
Epiphany Baptist Church NE (Upper East Side)
  723 Madison Avenue at 64th Street (1883-c.1905) – renamed Baptist Church of the Epiphany
► III/34 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 195 (1882)
Fifty-third Street near Seventh Avenue (1878-1883) – orig. Fifty-third Street Baptist Church
• William H. Davis (1868)
133 Madison Avenue at 31st Street (1862-1877) – Merged into Madison Avenue Baptist Church
• Henry Erben (1859)
Oliver Street (1802-1862) – Oliver Street Baptist Church; later "Baptist Church of Christ"
• unknown
Fayette Street, near Oliver (1791-1802)
• unknown
[1st] Fifth Avenue Baptist Church NE (Murray Hill)
  369 Fifth Avenue at 35th Street (1854-1859) – became Christ Church, Episcopal (1859)
• unknown
[2nd] Fifth Avenue Baptist Church (Midtown)
  8 West 46th Street at Fifth Avenue (1866-1922)
See The Riverside Church in Interdenominational section
Fifty-third Street Baptist Church NE (Midtown)
  161 West 53d Street (1868-closed 1879) – became People's Church
• William H. Davis (1868)
East 22nd Street, near Third Avenue ( -1868)
• unknown
Christy Street (Clinton Hall)
• unknown
Gold Street (1841- )
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• unknown
First Baptist Church (Upper West Side)
  267 West 79th Street at Broadway (since 1893)
► III/69 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-169 (1985) – moved from St. James Episcopal, Manhattan (2006)
► III/24 Hall Organ Company, Op. 677 (1937)
• I/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 608 (1950) – Gallery
• III/ George Jardine & Son (1892)
Park Avenue at 39th Street (1871-1893)
► III/36 Henry Erben (1872)
354 Broome Street (1842-1871) – became St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran
• unknown
Second church on Gold Street (1802-1842)
• unknown
35 Gold Street (1760-1802)
• unknown
First Baptist Church of Church (Harlem)
  Fifth Avenue between 125th and 126th Streets
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 42 (1903)
• II/25 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 560 (1870) – burned with church (April 1873)
First Corinthian Baptist Church (Harlem)
  1912 Seventh Ave. at 116th Street (since c.1964) – orig. Regent Theatre
• III/12 United States Pipe Organ Company, Op. 61 (1923)
First Free-Will Baptist Church NE (Chelsea)
  251 West 25th Street (1878-1895) – became Bethel A.M.E. Church
• II/23 George Jardine & Son (1878)
17th Street, near Sixth Avenue (1866-1878)
► II/13 Hall & Erben (1825) – orig. in St. Thomas Epis.; moved from St. Clement Epis. (1866)
20th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues (in 1858)
• unknown
151 Sullivan Street (in 1853 & 1855)
• unknown
First German Baptist Church NE (Harlem)
  336 East 14th Street near First Avenue (1869-c.1920) – now Congregation Tifereth Israel
► II/13 George Jardine & Son (c.1869)
Sixth Street near Avenue C (1866-1869)
• unknown
Avenue A near Second Street (1850-1866)
• unknown
Stanton and Essex Streets (1846-1850)
• unknown
First German Baptist Church of Harlem NE (Harlem)
  220 East 118th Street near Second Avenue (1888-closed after 1920)
• unknown
Washington Avenue at 169th Street (1874-1888)
• unknown
First Mariners' Baptist Church NE
  See Oliver Street Baptist Church
First Russian Baptist Church (Yorkville)
  429 East 77th Street – orig. New York Evang. Mission (Dingeldein Memorial German Church)
• unknown electronic
First Sharon Baptist Church (Harlem)
  233 East 116th Street – orig. First United Presbyterian of Harlem
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 345 (1906) – moved from East Harlem Presbyterian
First Swedish Baptist Church
  See Trinity Baptist Church
Fort Washington Baptist Church
 
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See Wadsworth Avenue Baptist Church
Forty-third Street Baptist Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  409 West 43rd Street at 9th Avenue
• II?/ Beach (1862?)
Friendship Baptist Church (Harlem)
  144 West 131st Street (since 1900?) – orig. Baptist Church of the Redeemer
• unknown
Greater Metropolitan Baptist Church (Harlem)
  147 West 123rd Street (since 1985) – orig. St. Paul German Lutheran of Harlem
► II/35 Müller & Abel, Op. 23 (1897)
Harlem Baptist Church
  See Chambers Memorial Baptist Church
Hope Baptist Church NE
  See Broadway Baptist Church
Hope Chapel Baptist Church
  See Calvary Baptist Church
Immanuel Baptist Church NE (Upper East Side)
  411 East 75th Street (1907-closed after 1920)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3589 (1923)
First Avenue and East 61st Street (1902-1907)
• unknown
First Avenue near East 59th Street (1894-1902)
• unknown
Judson Memorial Church (Greenwich Village)
  55 Washington Square South (since 1891) – renamed Judson Memorial Baptist Church
► II/28 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 512 (1892)
Downing Street – known as Berean Baptist Church
• William H. Davis (1857)
Laight Street Baptist Church NE (Times Square)
  42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues (1861-1912) – orig. Presbyterian Church
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Laight Street at Varick Street (1843-1870) – became Laight Street Baptist Mission (1871)
• 1/12 Hall & Labagh (1847)
[1st] Lexington Avenue Baptist Church (Murray Hill)
  See Madison Avenue Baptist Church
[2nd] Lexington Avenue Baptist Church (East Harlem)
  Lexington Avenue at 111th Street (1881-c.1905) – now Primera Iglesia Metodista Unida Hispana
• II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 181 (1881)
Little Mount Zion Baptist Church
  See New Mount Zion Baptist Church
Macdougal Street Baptist Church NE (SOHO)
  Macdougal Street, between Prince and Spring Streets (orig. named North Beriah Baptist)
• William H. Davis (1884)
• William H. Davis (1861)
Madison Avenue Baptist Church (Murray Hill)
  30 East 31st Street at Madison Avenue
Present building (since 1930)
► III/30 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1527 (1931) – removed 1990s
First building (1858-1930)
► III/37 George Jardine & Son (1892)
► II/30 Henry Erben (1859)
Lexington Avenue at East 30th Street (1849-1858) – named Lexington Ave. Baptist – now First Moravian Church
• unknown
Mariners' Temple Baptist Church (Lower Manhattan)
  12 Oliver Street at Henry Street
Present building (since 1863) – orig. Fayette (Oliver) Street Baptist Church
• II/ Hall (before 1931)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (after 1894)
First building (1795-burned 1843)
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• unknown
Memorial Baptist Church (Upper West Side)
  141 West 115th Street (since 1940) – orig. Northminster Presbyterian Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 517 (1908)
Metro Baptist Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  410 West 40th Street (since 1984) – orig. St. Clemens Mary Catholic Church
• II/3 "Junior" Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1787 (1931) – from Sacred Heart RC, Torrington, CT
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1477 (1912)
236 West 72nd Street (1974-1984)
• unknown
Metropolitan Baptist Church (Harlem)
  151 W. 128th Street at Adam C. Powell, Jr. Blvd. (since 1918) – orig. New York Presbyterian
• George Jardine & Son (1893)
120 West 138th Street (1916-1918) – known as Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle
• unknown
45 West 134th Street (?-1916?)
• I/ unknown builder – "second-hand one manual organ set up" by J.H. & C.S. Odell (2/11/1910)
Mount Moriah Baptist Church (Harlem)
  2050 Fifth Avenue at 126th Street (since 1935) – orig. Mount Morris Baptist Church
► III/30 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 668 (1872) – sold to First Baptist, Jamaica Plain, MA (2006)
45 West 134 Street (1901-1935) – orig. Mercy Seat Baptist Church
• unknown
Mount Morris Baptist Church NE (Harlem)
  2050 Fifth Avenue at 126th Street
Second building (1888-c.1934) – now Mount Moriah Baptist Church
► III/30 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 668 (1872) – moved from Church of the Disciples (c.1900)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
First building (c.1854-1888)
• unknown
Mount Olivet Baptist Church (Harlem)
  201 Lenox Avenue at 120th Street (since 1925) – orig. Temple Israel of Harlem
► IV/43 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3253 (1958); rev.
► IV/43 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3253 (1958)
• III/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 438 (1907)
161 West 53rd Street (c.1885-1925) – orig. Fifty-third Street Baptist Church
• Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (c.1901-1908)
• William H. Davis (1868)
112 West 26th Street (1876-c.1885)
• unknown
New Mount Zion Baptist Church (Harlem)
  171 West 140th Street
Second building (since 1929) – known as Little Mount Zion Baptist Church until 1932
• unknown (Möller Op. 4108 moved?)
First building (1918-1929) – orig. German Evangelical Zion Church
► III/19 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4108 (1924)
Norfolk Street Baptist Church (Lower East Side)
  See The Riverside Church in Interdenominational section
60 Norfolk Street (1850-1865) – became Cong. Beth Hamedrash Hagodol (1885)
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II/ Davis & Ferris (1849)
North Baptist Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  213-215 West 11th Street (1947-1961)
• unknown
232 West 11th Street (1882-1947) – now Manhattan Seventh-day Adventist Church
► II/23 Richard M. Ferris (1856) – moved from Calvary Baptist Church (1883)
120 Christopher Street (1828-1882)
• unknown
North Beriah Baptist Church
  See Macdougal Street Baptist Church
Oliver Street Baptist Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Merged with Madison Avenue Baptist Church (1880)
12 Oliver Street at Henry Street
Second building (1845-1880) – now Mariners' Temple Baptist Church
• unknown
First building (1795-burned 1843)
• unknown
Park Avenue Baptist Church
  See The Riverside Church in Interdenominational section
Plymouth Baptist Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  457 West 51st Street – became Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church (1876)
• unknown
Riverside Baptist Church NE (Upper West Side)
  West 92nd Street at Amsterdam Avenue (1889-1915) – razed for new Central Baptist Church
► I/4 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 266 (1889)
West 86th Street and Boulevard (Broadway) (1879-1889) – Old Charlton Homestead
• unknown, if any
The Riverside Church (Morningside Heights)
  490 Riverside Drive at 122nd Street (since 1930)
See The Riverside Church in Interdenominational section
St. Paul Baptist Church (Harlem)
  249 West 132nd Street (since 1928)
► II/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-838 (1970)
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. Op. 5256 (1928)
352 West 35th Street (pre-1928) – orig. Congregation Beth Israel
• unknown
Second Avenue Baptist Church
  See Baptist Tabernacle
Second Baptist Church of Harlem
  Lexington Avenue at 111th Street (1881-?)
• unknown
Second German Baptist Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  407 West 43rd Street (1892-1920) – later Rauschenbusch Mem. UCC; now Westside Theatre
• Jesse Woodbury
West 45th Street near Tenth Avenue (1878-1892)
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• unknown
Seventh Day Baptist Church NE
  See Eleventh Street Baptist Church
Sixth Street Baptist Church NE (Alphabet City)
  644 Sixth Street, between Avenues B and C (razed 1893)
► II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 148 (1875)
Sixteenth Street Baptist Church NE (Chelsea)
  257 West 16th Street
• I/13 George Jardine & Son (1858)
South Baptist Church NE (Chelsea)
  West 25th Street, between 7th & 8th Avenues (1849?-1878) – sold to First Free-Will Baptist
• unknown
Nassau Street, between Fulton & John Streets (?-1849)
• II/13 Hall & Erben (1824)
Southern Baptist Church (Upper West Side)
  12 West 108th Street (since 1953) – orig. First United Presbyterian Church
• IV/144 Allen Organ Company electronic – Touring organ built for Virgil Fox
Stanton Street Baptist Church
  See Washington Heights Baptist Church
Swedish Baptist Church NE (Upper East Side)
  127 West 89th Street
• unknown
Trinity Baptist Church (Upper East Side)
  250 East 61st Street – renamed Trinity Baptist Church (1942)
► IV/70s Allen Organ Company electronic (2001) – sold to Redeemer Presbyterian (2011)
► III/22 Midmer-Losh Organ Co. (1930)
141 East 55th Street (1899-1931) – later American Music Hall
• unknown
138 East 27th Street (1893-1899) – known as First Swedish Baptist Church
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (c.1894)
20th Street (1884-1893) – held services in Colgate Chapel
• unknown
12 Oliver Street (1867-1884) – held services at Mariners' Temple Baptist Church
• unknown
Twelfth Street Baptist Church NE (East Village)
  120 East 12th Street – purchased in 1854 by Congregation Emanu-el;
taken over by St. Ann's Catholic Church in 1871; razed 2004
• Henry Erben (1848)
Twenty-third Street Baptist Church
  See Washington Heights Baptist Church
Union Baptist Church NE (Upper West Side)
  204 West 63rd Street near Amsterdam Avenue (1901-?)
• unknown
223 West 67th Street (until 1901)
• unknown
Wadsworth Avenue Baptist Church (Washington Heights)
  210 Wadsworth Avenue (since 1925)
► III/18 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 556 (1925)
124 Wadsworth Avenue (1915-1925) – known as Fort Washington Baptist Church;
Merged with Broadway Baptist Church and renamed Wadsworth Avenue Baptist (1918)
• unknown
Walker Memorial Baptist Church
  120 East 169th Street, Bronx (since 1975) – orig. Sephardic Jewish Center
• unknown
37-43 West 116th Street, Manhattan (1945-1975) – orig. Cooper Jr. High School
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5953 (1931) – moved by Möller as Op. R-214 (1945)
39-41 East 132nd Street (?-1945)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5953 (1931)
Washington Heights Baptist Church (Washington Heights)
  Moved to the Bronx (1942)
420 West 145th Street at Convent Avenue
(1898-1942) – now Convent Avenue Baptist Church
• unknown (c.1898)
Twenty-third Street and Lexington Avenue (1883-1897) – Twenty-third Street Baptist Church
• George Jardine & Son (c.1883)
Stanton Street, betw. Forsyth and Chrystie Sts. (1823-1883) – Stanton Street Baptist Church
• II/20 Thomas Robjohn (1842)
Zion Baptist Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Pearl Street (1838-?) – orig. The Church of the New Jerusalem
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• unknown
 

  Christian and Missionary Alliance
   
First Alliance Church (Chelsea)
  Originally named Gospel Tabernacle
127 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor
(since 1999)
• unknown
365 East 68th Street
(1970-razed 1999) – ren. First Alliance Church – orig. 68th Street Reformed
• II/20 Müller & Abel, Op. 34 (1897)
690 Eighth Avenue at 44th Street (1889-1970)
• unknown
Madison Avenue corner 45th Street (1886-1888) – orig. Church of the Disciples/Mad. Ave. Cong.
► III/30 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 668 (1872) – See Madison Avenue Congregational
West 23rd Street near Sixth Avenue (1884-1886) – orig. Salmi Morse Theatre
• unknown
   
  Church of Christ, Scientist
   
Original First Church of Christ, Scientist (Upper West Side)
  Central Park West at 96th Street (1903-2003) – now Crenshaw Christian Center East
► IV/68 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Op. 483; rev. Hook & Hastings (1930)
► IV/66 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Op. 483 (1903)
139 West 48th Street (1896-1903) – orig. All Souls Episcopal Church
• Henry Erben (1861)
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Upper West Side)
  10 West 68th Street at Central Park West (since 2003) – orig. Second Church of Christ, Scientist
► IV/66 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1431 (1928)
► IV/48 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 369 (1899)
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
  See First Church of Christ, Scientist
Third Church of Christ, Scientist (Upper East Side)
  583 Park Avenue at 63rd Street (since 1923)
► III/50 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2328 (1960), rev. Wicks Organ Company (2000)
► III/42 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2074 (1923), rev. Aeolian-Skinner (1950)
111 East 58th Street (1920-1923) – Liederkranz Hall
• II/9 George S. Hutchings; reb. Edward J. Schlette (1920)
43 East 125th Street at Madison Avenue (1905-1920) – orig. Harlem Presbyterian Church
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 325 (1894) – Chancel
► III/36 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 129 (1873) – Gallery
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist (Washington Heights)
  551 Fort Washington Avenue at 185th Street (1932-closed 1973) – became Hebrew Tabernacle
► III/16 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1536 (1932)
Fort Washington Avenue at 178th Street (1918-1932)
► III/32 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2402 (1917)
West 82nd Street near Broadway (c.1895-1918) – known as West Ch. of Christ, Sci. until 1901
• unknown
Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist (Midtown)
  9 East 43rd Street (since 1921)
► IV/96 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 330-A (1954) and Op. 330-B (1956)
► IV/45 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 330 (1921)
29 West 42nd Street (c.1914-1921) – Aeolian Hall
• IV/78 Aeolian Company, Op. 1212 (1912)
Madison Avenue at 38th Street (c.1908-c.1914) – "Presbyterian Church"
• unknown
228 West 45 Street (1903-c.1908) – orig. Church of St. Mary the Virgin
• Unknown Builder
Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist
  See Bronx listings
Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist (Morningside Heights)
  516 West 112th Street
Second building (since 1990):
► II/16 Austin Organ Co., Op. 2728 (1990)
First building (1919-1990):
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► IV/19 W.W. Kimball Co., K.P.O. 6514 (1920)
Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist (Lenox Hill)
  103 East 77th Street
Present building (since 1951)
► II/28 Helmutt Wolff & Assoc., Op. 20 (1977)
► III/28 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1219 (1952) – moved to St. Peter's Epis. Church, Glenside, Penn. (1977)
Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist (Murray Hill)
  223 East 25th Street (since 1974)
• II/ Rodgers electronic
309 West 57th Street (1944-1952) – orig. Deems Memorial Church of the Strangers
► III/26 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1569 (1913) – see Church of the Strangers
Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist (Greenwich Village)
  171 Macdougal Street opp. Macdougal Alley
► III/41 Walker Technical electronic (2010)
• II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7289 (1946) – removed 2007
Eleventh Church of Christ, Scientist
  See Bronx listings
Twelfth Church of Christ, Scientist (Harlem)
  2315 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (since c.1985)
• unknown
147 West 123rd Street (1933-c.1985) – orig. St. Paul German Lutheran of Harlem
► II/35 Müller & Abel, Op. 23 (1897) – see Greater Metropolitan Baptist Church
Thirteenth Church of Christ, Scientist (Upper West Side)
  311 West 83rd Street (closed)
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1424 (1935)
Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist (Washington Heights)
  555 West 141st Street (closed)
• unknown
Fifteenth Church of Christ, Scientist
  See Bronx listings
West Church of Christ, Scientist
 
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See Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
   
  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
   
New York Stake Center (Upper West Side)
  125 Columbus Avenue at 65th Street (since 1975)
► II/13 Sebastian Glück (2005)
► II/7 Pennoyer Organ Co. (1975)
142 West 81st Street (1945-1975) – orig. Central Christian Church; now Mount Pleasant Baptist
► II/13 W.W. Kimball Co. (1932)
2162 Broadway at 76th Street (1930s-1944) – orig. Manhattan Congregational Church
• III/44 William W. Laws – possible rebuild of III/31 Lyon & Healy, Op. 86 (1901)
   
  Congregational
   
Armenian Evangelical Church (Kips Bay)
  152 East 34th Street at Lexington Avenue (since 1921)
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 448 (1923)
207 East 30th Street (1896-1921) – shared facilities of Adams-Parkhurst Presbyterian Church
► II/15 Levi U. Stuart (c.1875)
Bethany Congregational Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  455 Tenth Avenue at 35th Street (1883-closed 1928) – became WPA Federal Theater Project
• II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 199 (1883)
[1st] Broome Street Congregational Church NE (Little Italy)
  Thompson Street, near Broome Street (1819-?)
• II/26 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 185 (1855)
[2nd] Broome Street Congregational Church NE (Little Italy)
  Address unknown (c.1820-c.1824)
• unknown
Central Congregational Church NE (Midtown West)
  309 West 57th Street near 8th Avenue (1887-1898) – orig. Sixth Universalist Society
• II/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 6 (1873)
East 47th Street and Madison Avenue
(1878-1887)
• unknown
Church of the Disciples NE (Midtown)
  Madison Avenue at 45th Street
See Madison Avenue Congregational Church
First Congregational Church
 
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See All Souls Unitarian Church (UUA)
First Colored Congregational Church NE (East Village)
  6th Street at Second Avenue
• unknown
Fourth Congregational Church NE
  16th Street
• Henry Erben (1849)
Grace Congregational Church of Harlem
  See entry under United Church of Christ (UCC)
Madison Avenue Congregational Church NE (Midtown)
  Originally named Church of the Disciples
Madison Avenue at 45th Street (1873-1886) – became Gospel Tabernacle; razed 1888
► III/30 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 668 (1872) – sold to First Baptist, Jamaica Plain, MA (2006)
Manhattan Congregational Church NE (Upper West Side)
  2162 Broadway at 76th Street (1901-disbanded c.1934) – became Manhattan Stake LDS Church
Second building (1930-c.1934)
• III/44 William W. Laws (1930) – move & rebuild of Lyon & Healy?
First building (1900-1929)
► III/31 Lyon & Healy, Op. 86 (1901)
83rd Street and Broadway (1896-1901) – Leslie Hall
• unknown
Pilgrim Congregational Church NE (Harlem)
  51 East 121st Street – became Christ the Savior Russian Orthodox Church (1927)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (1889)
Puritans, Church of the NE (Union Square)
  Union Square West at East 15th Street (1846-closed 1868)
• III/36 Hall & Labagh (1846)
Second Congregational Church
  See Community Church of New York (UUA)
Swedish Immanuel Congregational Church NE (Harlem)
  310 West 139th Street (1905-1923) – orig. Lenox Presbyterian Church
• II/24 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 414 (1905)
Twentieth Street Congregational Church NE
  Address unknown
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• Levi U. Stuart
   
  Disciples of Christ (Christian)
   
Central Christian Church (Upper West Side)
  See Park Avenue Christian Church
First Church of the Disciples of Christ (Upper West Side)
  See Park Avenue Christian Church
Lenox Avenue Union Church – Disciples of Christ (Harlem)
  37 West 119th Street – orig. First Reformed Presbyterian Church
• unknown
Park Avenue Christian Church (Upper East Side)
  1010 Park Avenue at 85th Street (since 1945) – orig. South Dutch Reformed Church
► III/47 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1967 (1982)
► III/– Casavant Frères, Op. 1823 (1946) – Console
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 (1886); reb. Austin (1911)
142 West 81st Street (1910-1945) – known as Central Christian Church – building orig. Third Universalist Society; now Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
► II/13 W.W. Kimball Co. (1932)
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 309 (1893)
323 West 56th Street (c.1888-1910) – known as First Church of the Disciples of Christ
• unknown
26 West 28th Street (1865-c.1888) – orig. Free Will Baptist Church
• unknown
   
  Episcopal
   
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine (Morningside Heights)
  1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
► IV/146 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 150-A; reb. Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. (2008)
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic (2001) – temporary organ
► I/8 Casavant Frères, Op. 3130 (1972) – Portable Organ – sold and moved to St. Anthony HS, South Huntington, N.Y. (2010)
► IV/141 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 150-A (1954); rev. to 139 ranks (1963)
► II/10 Everett Orgatron reed organ (1941) – temporary organ
► IV/81 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 150 (1911)
St. Ansgar Chapel (orig. named Huntington Chapel)
► II/18 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 251-A (1956); reb. (2011)
► II/9 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 251 (1916)
St. James Chapel (orig. named Potter Chapel)
► II/15 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 223-A (1961); reb. (2010)
► II/11 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 223 (1914)
Crypt (used as chapel from 1899-1911)
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 478 (c.1900) – moved to Old Synod House (c.1911)
• II/15 Mason & Hamlin reed organ – Guilmant Model, Style 804 (1899)
Music Suite – orig. Leake and Watts Orphan Asylum, then "Old Synod House"
► II/3 Schlicker Organ Co. (1981) – moved from Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Yorkville (2011)
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 478 (c.1899) – moved from Crypt (c.1911)
• unknown (1892)
Synod House (since 1913)
► III/22 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 204 (1913)
Advent Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Times Square)
  55½ West 46th Street – became St. Stephen's Episcopal after merger (1873)
• George Jardine & Son (c.1866)
All Angels Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  255 West 80th Street (since 1979) – Parish House
• Rodgers Instruments electronic with Ruffatti pipes
428 West End Avenue (1890-1979)
Second building (1890-1979)
► III/39 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3261 (1960) – last organ from Estey Organ Company
► IV/57 Reuben Midmer & Son (1921)
► III/26 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 471 (1890); reb. George Jardine & Son
First building (1858-c.1888)
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1871)
All Saints Episcopal Church (Upper East Side)
  230 East 60th Street (since 1872) – orig. St. Thomas Chapel
Present building (since 1894)
► II/18 Noack Organ Company, Op. 9 (1969)
► III/28 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 598-A (1927) – added Chancel Great
► III/24 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 598 (1926) – Gallery (moved to Ch. of the Crucifixion, c.1969)
► II/29 Johnson & Son, Op. 852 (1897)
First building (1872-1893)
• unknown
East 54th Street (1868-1871)
• unknown
Corner Prince and Thompson Streets (1858-1868)
• unknown
All Saints Free Episcopal Church (Lower East Side)
  See St. Augustine Episcopal Church
Merged with St. Augustine Episcopal Chapel (1945)
290 Henry Street at Scammel Street (1828-1945)
► II/17 Henry Erben (1830)
All Souls Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  88 St. Nicholas Avenue at 114th Street (since 1905)
► II/ Allen Organ Company electronic – Model TC-3S (1970s)
► III/34 George S. Hutchings, Op. 1627 (1907) – extant but unplayable
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 209 (1905) – moved to First Reformed Church, Little Falls, N.Y.
775 Madison Avenue at 66th Street (1890-1905) – orig. Holy Spirit Episcopal Church
► III/37 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 283 (1890) – moved to Church of the Holy Sepulchre (c.1905)
► III/34 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 149 (1883) – moved to St. Patrick, Columbus, Oh. (1892)
139 West 48th Street (1861-1890) – later First Church of Christ, Scientist
• Henry Erben (1861)
Annunciation Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  144 West 14th Street near Seventh Avenue (1846-disbanded 1895)
► III/36 George Jardine (1853) – moved to Holy Apostles Church (1895)
117 Thompson Street (1838-1846) – orig. Second Assoc. Presbyterian Church
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• Henry Erben (c.1841)
Archangel Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  Merged with and renamed All Souls Episcopal Church (1905)
88 St. Nicholas Avenue at 114th Street – See All Souls Episcopal Church
Second building (c.1904-1905)
► II/15 Estey Organ Company, Op. 209 (1905) – moved to First Reformed Church, Little Falls, N.Y.
First building (1903-burned 1903)
• unknown
Ascension Episcopal Church (Greenwich Village)
  36 Fifth Avenue at 10th Street (since 1842)
► IV/111 Pascal Quoirin (2010)
► IV/81 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1809 (1967)
► IV69 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 860 (1931)
► III/48 J.W. Steere & Sons (1912)
• III/42 George S. Hutchings, Op. 388 (1895) – Chancel
► II/24 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 129 (1884) – Gallery
► II/21 Thomas Hall or Henry Erben (1842) – Gallery
Canal Street, near Broadway (1829-burned 1839)
• Henry Erben (1830) – Gallery (burned 1839)
Ascension Memorial Episcopal Church NE (Times Square)
  249 West 43rd Street (1860s-?) – orig. known as Chapel of the Shepherd's Flock
• unknown
Atonement Episcopal Church NE (Murray Hill)
  Merged into Zion Episcopal Church (1880)
80 Madison Avenue at 28th Street (1865-1880) – orig. Grace Chapel
• II/15 Henry Erben (1853)
Beloved Disciple Episcopal Church (Upper East Side)
  Merged with Church of the Heavenly Rest (1929)
65 East 89th Street, near Madison Avenue (1870-1929) – became 89th St. Reformed; now St. Thomas More RC
• II/30s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1808 (1914)
• II/19 Müller & Abel (1901) – donated to New York Penitentiary (1914)
Calvary Episcopal Church (Gramercy Park)
  Park Avenue South at 21st Street (since 1847)
► IV/68 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company (1936); rev. (1963-83)
► IV/71 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 945 (1936)
► III/45 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 151 (1907)
► III/52 Hilborne and Frank Roosevelt, Op. 374 (1886)
► II/40 William H. Davis & Richard Ferris (1847); reb. Levi U. Stuart (1868)
Fourth Avenue at 22nd Street (1844-1847)
• Henry Erben (1844)
Fourth Avenue at 30th Street (1836-1844)
• Thomas Wagstaff (1836)
Calvary Protestant Episcopal Free Chapel NE (Kips Bay)
  North side of East 23rd Street, between Second and Third Avenues (1873- ?)
• III/35 George Jardine & Son (1873)
South side of East 23rd Street, between Second and Third Avenues (1860-1873)
• unknown
Chapel of Christ the Lord (Midtown East)
  Episcopal Church Center
815 Second Avenue at 43rd Street (since 1961)
► I/3 Bedient (1991)
Chapel of the Comforter, Episcopal (Greenwich Village)
  Absorbed into St. John's in the Village Episcopal
814 Greenwich Street at Jane Street
• II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1920)
Christ Church, Episcopal NE (Upper West Side)
  Merged into St. Stephen's Church (1975)
Broadway at 71st Street (1890-1975)
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4587 (1926)
► III/33 Ernest M. Skinner & Company, Op. 114 (1904)
► III/40 Henry Erben (1865) – moved from previous church
369 Fifth Avenue at 35th Street (1859-1890) – orig. Fifth Avenue Baptist Church
• I/9 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 238 (1888) – Chancel
► III/40 Henry Erben (1865) – Gallery
• unknown
7 West 18th Street at Fifth Avenue (1854-1859) – became St. Ann's Chapel for the Deaf
► II/18 Hall & Labagh (1848) – moved from previous building
79 Anthony Street near Worth Street (1823-1854)
Second building (1848-1854)
► II/18 Hall & Labagh (1848)
First building (1823-burned 1847)
► II/16 Henry Corrie (1823) – burned with church (1847)
49 Ann Street between William and Nassau (1793-1821) – became Christ R.C. Church
► II/16 John Geib (1801)
Christ and St. Stephen Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  Christ Church merged into St. Stephen's Church (1975)
120 West 69th Street (since 1897) – orig. Church of the Transfiguration Chapel
► III/17 Schoenstein & Co., Op. 153 (2008)
► III/21 Randolph Gilberti (1971-73)
• II/12 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 175 (1885)
57½ West 46th Street (1873-1897) – orig. Church of the Advent
• George Jardine & Son (c.1866)
[No permanent church from 1866-1873]
Broome and Chrystie Streets (1805-1866)
• Henry Erben (1854)
• II/20 Ferris & Stuart (1844)
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• William Redstone (1824)
Crucifixion, Episcopal Church of the (Hamilton Heights)
  459 West 149th Street (since 1937)
Present building (since 1969)
► III/24 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 598 (1926) – moved from St. Thomas Chapel (c.1969)
First building (1937-burned 1963) – orig. Hamilton Grange Reformed Church
► III/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 623 (1961)
► II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 433 (1907)
41 West 140th Street (1920-1937)
• unknown
Epiphany, Episcopal Church of the (Yorkville)
  1393 York Avenue & East 74th Street (since 1939)
► III/50 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 1412 (1962)
257 Lexington Avenue at 47th Street (1893-1939) – orig. St. John the Baptist P.E. Church
► III/37 J.W. Steere & Son (1916)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1860)
261 Lexington Avenue at 35th Street (1881-1893) – orig. St. Alban's P.E. Church
• I/21s William A. Johnson, Op. 192 (1865)
130 Stanton Street (1834-1881)
• Henry Erben (1835)
Holy Spirit, Episcopal Community of the (Washington Heights)
  621 West 113th Street
► II/7 Casavant Frères, Op. 3191 (1974)
Emmanuel Church, Episcopal (Harlem)
  Merged into Grace Episcopal Church of Harlem (1894)
307 East 112th Street (1884-1894) – orig. Holy Trinity Mission
• unknown
First Reformed Episcopal Church (Turtle Bay)
  317 East 50th Street
Present building (since 1931)
► III/31 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 2054 (1993)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1965)
► III/27 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1525 (1932) – Jardine moved from previous church
First building (1921-1930) – orig. Beekman Hill Methodist Episcopal Church
• III/41 George Jardine & Son (1877) – moved from previous church
• William H. Davis & Son (1873)
551 Madison Avenue at 55th Street (1877-1920)
• III/41 George Jardine & Son (1877)
Madison Avenue at 47th Street (1874-1877) – orig. Church of the Resurrection?
• unknown
Free Protestant Episcopal Church
  See Grace Chapel
• II/23 Ferris & Stuart (1861) – burned (1872)
Galilee Mission – Calvary Church NE (Gramercy Park)
  346 East 23rd Street at First Avenue
• unknown
Good Shepherd Episcopal Chapel (Roosevelt Island)
  543 Main Street (1889-closed 1958) – restored as chapel for Episcopalians & Catholics (1975)
► I/6 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 405 (1889)
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church (Kips Bay)
  236 East 31st Street – renamed Church of the Good Shepherd (1963)
Present building (since 1904):
► III/23 George Jardine & Son (1894); alt. Mann & Trupiano (1984-96)
► II/35 Allen Organ Company electronic (1966)
► III/24 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1905)
Earlier building (1860-1904): – renamed Church of the Reconciliation (1863); reverted later to Chapel of the Incarnation
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• George Jardine & Son (<1890)
Grace Chapel – Grace Church, Episcopal (East Village)
  406 East 14th Street (1896-1943) – became Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (1945)
► III/40 C.S. Haskell (1907)
East 14th Street between 3rd & 4th Avenues (1876-1896)
• Henry Erben (1876)
East 14th Street (1861-burned 1872) – orig. named Chapel of the Redemption
• II/23 Levi U. Stuart (1861) – burned (1872)
Madison Avenue at East 28th Street (1850-1852) – reorg. as Ch. of the Incarnation and built own church; chapel reincarnated as Church of the Atonement
• Henry Erben (1850)
Grace Church, Episcopal (Union Square)
  802 Broadway at 10th Street (since 1846):
► IV/87 Taylor & Boody, Op. 65 (2013)
► III/88 Schlicker Organ Company (1961) – Double Organ
► IV/48 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 707 (1928) – Gallery
► IV/84 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 201 (1912) – Chancel
► IV/89 Ernest M. Skinner & Co. (1902) – Gallery + two consoles
► III/54 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 36 (1876) – Chancel
► III/30 Henry Erben (1830) – Gallery
Chantry:
► II/9 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 152 (1907); reb. of Roosevelt
► II/8 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 28 (1877)
Chamber Organ:
► I/5 Taylor & Boody, Op. 61 (2007)
Broadway south of Rector Street (1806-1846):
► III/30 Henry Erben (1830) – moved to new church (1846)
• John Geib & Son (1811)
Grace Church of Harlem, Episcopal (Harlem)
  See Grace-Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Grace-Emmanuel Church, Episcopal (Harlem)
  214 East 116th Street – orig. Grace Episcopal Church
Second building (1877-1888) – became Congregation Hand-in-Hand
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1877)
First building (1864-1877)
• unknown
Heavenly Rest Chapel, Episcopal NE (East Midtown)
  116 East 47th Street (1894-1902) – orig. St. Alban's P.E. Church; then Church of the Epiphany
• I/21s William A. Johnson, Op. 192 (1865)
218 East 44th Street (1888-1894)
• unknown
Heavenly Rest, Episcopal Church of the (Carnegie Hill)
  2 East 90th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1929)
► V/138 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1586; reb. James A. Konzelman (1995)
► IV/137 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1586; reb. Austin (1961,1972)
► IV/75 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1586 (1929)
Chapel of the Beloved Disciple:
► II/14 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1674; reb. Austin (1962)
► II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1674 (1929)
551 Fifth Avenue at 45th Street (1868-1929)
► III/41 Austin Organ Company, Op. 60 (1901)
► II/30 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 93 (1870)
► I/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 74 (1868) – Chapel
Holy Apostles Church, Episcopal (Chelsea)
  296 Ninth Avenue at 28th Street
► III/38 J.J. van den Heuvel Orgelbouw (1994)
► IV/42 Casavant Frères, Op. 1446 (1931) – burned in 1991
► III/18 A.B. Felgemaker Organ Company, Op. 1247 (1917)
► III/36 George Jardine (1853) – moved from Church of the Annunciation (1895)
• II/ Levi U. Stuart (1867) – Chancel
• I/ Levi U. Stuart (1859) – moved from The Chapel of the Free Gospel (1866) – Chancel
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• II/18 Hall & Labagh (1847) – Gallery
Holy Comforter Chapel, Episcopal NE (Lower Manhattan)
  See Seamen's Church Institute
Holy Communion Episcopal Church (Chelsea)
  47 West 20th Street at Sixth Avenue (1846-1976) – became Limelight Disco
► III/39 Schantz Organ Co., Op. 1200 (1972) – moved to St. Aiden's RC, Jersey City, NJ (1984)
► IV/36 Skinner Organ Company, Op.185-A (1928)
► IV/29 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op.185 (1910)
• II/28 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 493 (1891)
► II/28 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 1 (1873)
• II/22 Hall & Labagh (1846)
Holy Cross Mission Chapel, Episcopal (German)
  location unknown (1875-1934)
• unknown
Holy Evangelists Episcopal Church (Lower Manhattan)
  Beekman Street (c.1846-1860) – orig. St. George Episcopal Church
• Henry Pilcher, Op. 1 (<1844)
► III/37 Thomas Hall (1822) – moved to new St. George's Church (1867)
[1st] Holy Innocents Episcopal Church NE (Murray Hill)
  41st Street near Fifth Avenue (?-?)
• unknown
46th Street near Fifth Avenue (?-?)
• unknown
42nd Street and Sixth Avenue (1866-?)
• unknown
128 West 37th Street at Broadway (?-1866) – became Holy Innocents R.C. Church
• II/20 George Jardine & Son (1858)
Broadway near 35th Street (1853-?)
• unknown
[2nd] Holy Innocents Episcopal Church NE (Harlem)
  Merged with Church of the Nativity (1889)
153 West 136th Street (1884-1889) – became Church of the Holy Nativity
► I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 58 (1881) – moved to Methodist Church, Rochester, N.Y. (1914?)
145th Street and Eighth Avenue (1875-1884)
• unknown
Holy Light Episcopal Church – Church for the Blind NE (Garment District)
  437 Seventh Avenue, near 34th Street (1869-1871) – rented by St. Ignatius of Antioch (1871-1872)
• George Jardine & Son (1869)
Holy Martyrs Episcopal Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  39 Forsyth Street, near Canal Street (1850s-1870s)
Henry Erben (1852)
Holy Nativity Episcopal Church NE (Harlem)
  Merged with Church of the Redeemer (1897)
153 West 136th Street (1889-1897) – became Church of the Redeemer
• I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 58 (1881) – See [2nd] Holy Innocents Episcopal Church
Holy Saviour Episcopal Chapel (Flatiron District
  East 25th Street near Madison Avenue
• Levi U. Stuart (<1880)
Holy Sepulchre Episcopal Church (Lenox Hill)
  See Church of the Resurrection
Holy Spirit Episcopal Chapel (Roosevelt Island)
  Served Metropolitan Hospital (1926-?) – became Redeemed Christian Church of God International
• unknown
Holy Spirit Episcopal Church NE (Upper East Side)
  775 Madison Avenue at 66th Street (1883-1890) – became All Souls Episcopal Church
► III/34 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 149 (1883) – moved to St. Patrick, Columbus, Oh. (1892)
123 East 57th Street (1878-1883) – orig. Church of the Advent
► II/18 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 161 (1878)
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Yorkville)
  316 East 88th Street (since 1899):
► III/55 Rieger Orgelbau (1987) – Transept
► II/3 Schlicker Organ Co. (1981) – Chancel (inst. 2002; moved to St. John the Divine, 2011)
► II/7 Schlicker Organ Co. (1970) – moved from Carnegie Hall (c.1985)
► III/67 Rodgers Organ Co. electronic (1968)
► III/24 Ernest M. Skinner Co., Op. 215 (1913)
• III/ "Roosevelt" – probably old organ moved to new building
• I/ Frank Roosevelt, Op. 463 (1890) – Morning Chapel
Madison Avenue at 42nd Street (c.1864–1899):
Second building (1873-1899) – "Dr. Tyng's Church"
► III/43 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 5 (1873)
First building (c.1864-1873):
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• Henry Erben (1867)
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Harlem (Inwood)
  20 Cumming Street at Seaman Avenue (since 1935)
► II/7 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1591 (1928)
230 Lenox Avenue at 122nd Street (1888-1935) – now St. Martin's Episcopal Church
Merged with Church of the Holy Redeemer (1927)
► III/43 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 724 (1923) – burned 1925
► III/36 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1392 (1888)
Fifth Avenue at 125th Street (1870-1888) – sold to Temple Israel (1888); demolished (1903)
► II/22 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 179 (1880)
► III/31 Levi Stuart (1870) – burned late 1870s
Holyrood Episcopal Church (Washington Heights)
  715 West 179th Street at Fort Washington Avenue (since 1914)
• II/ unknown electronic
► III/40 Reuben Midmer & Son (1918) – reb. of III/ Erben (1874) from St. John's Chapel, Varrick St.
181st Street and Broadway (1895-1914)
• unknown
Incarnation Episcopal Church (Murray Hill) – orig. Chapel of the Intercession – Grace Church
  209 Madison Avenue at 35th Street (since 1865)
► III/53 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., rev. Schantz (1981); rev. Petty-Madden (2000, 2009)
► III/49 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1289-A (1957)
► III/40 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1289 (1954)
► IV/ Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 133 (1905) – console
► III/43 Farrand & Votey, Op. 831 (1897) – rebuild Roosevelt – Gallery
• III/32 Farrand & Votey, Op. 811 (1896) – Chancel
► III/43 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 115 (1883) – Gallery
• Henry Erben (1868) – Gallery
80 Madison Avenue at 28th Street (1850-1865) – became Church of the Atonement
• II/15 Henry Erben (1853)
Intercession Episcopal Church (Washington Heights)
  550 West 155th Street at Broadway (since 1914)
► III/67 Schlicker Organ Co. (1964) – rev. Aeolian-Skinner, Op. 768-A (1950) from St. Paul's Chapel
► IV/67 Austin Organ Company, Op. 441 (1912)
158th Street and Broadway (1872-1914)
• Unknown builder (1899)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1872?) – burned 1899
154th Street and Tenth Avenue (1847-1872)
• Unknown builder
Little Church Around the Corner, Episcopal (Madison Square)
  See Church of the Transfiguration
Church of the Mediator, Episcopal (Kips Bay)
  154 Lexington Avenue (c.1868-c.1869) – orig. Rose Hill Baptist; now First Moravian Church
• II/16 Henry Erben (1863)
Memorial Episcopal Church NE (Anthon Memorial)
  See St. Mark Episcopal Chapel
Messiah, Episcopal Chapel of the NE (Upper East Side)
  205 East 95th Street at Third Avenue
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• William H. Davis (c.1900)
Church of the Nativity, Episcopal (Harlem)
  153 West 136th Street (1889-1889) – orig. Holy Innocents Church; became Ch. of the Redeemer
► I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 58 (1881) – See [2nd] Holy Innocents Episcopal Church
70 Avenue C (1839-1889)
• unknown
Avenue D near 8th Street (1834-1839)
• unknown
Redeemer Episcopal Church NE (Harlem)
  153 West 136th Street (1897-closed 1914)
• I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 58 (1881) – See [2nd] Holy Innocents Episcopal Church
82nd Street near Fourth Avenue (1887-1897)
► I/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 259 (1888)
230 East 85th Street (1853-1887) – became Prospect Hill Reformed, then Metro Union Amer. AME
• Hall & Labagh – second-hand (inst. 1869); prev. temp. organ for St. Thomas Church
• I/10 Henry Erben (1853)
[1st] Resurrection Episcopal Church NE (East Midtown)
  Madison Avenue at 47th Street (1868-dissolved 1880) – used by First Reformed Epis. Church?
• unknown
65 West 35th Street (1861-1868) – became Sixth Universalist Society
• Henry Erben (1858)
[2nd] Resurrection Episcopal Church (Lenox Hill)
  119 East 74th Street (since 1869) – orig. named Church of the Holy Sepulchre (1866-1902)
► III/40 Casavant Frères, Op. 665 (1916); reb. (2009) – orig. in SS. Peter & Paul, Lewiston, Me.
► III/52s Ahlborn-Galanti electronic (2003)
► III/36 McManis Organ Co., Op. 53 (1962) – removed (2009)
► IV/23 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 503 (1924)
► III/37 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 283 (1890) – moved from All Souls Episcopal Church (c.1905)
St. Agnes Chapel – Trinity Parish NE (Upper West Side)
  West 92nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues (1892-1943)
► III/49 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 492 (1914)
► III/51 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 286 (1890)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 288 (1891) – Morning Chapel
St. Alban Protestant Episcopal Mission Chapel NE (East Midtown)
  116 East 47th Street at Lexington Avenue (c.1864-1881) – later Church of the Epiphany, then Heavenly Rest Mission Chapel
• I/21s William A. Johnson, Op. 192 (1865)
St. Ambrose Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  9 West 130th Street, near Fifth Avenue (since 1936) – orig. Church of the Puritans (Presbyterian)
► III/27 Austin Organ Company, Op. 2355 (1961)
• IV/31 Cannarsa Organ Co. (1949)
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7148 (1946)
► II/24 George Jardine & Son (1875) – moved to St. Cecilia R.C. Church, Harlem
160 West 129th Street (c.1927-1936) – now Faith Mission Christian Fellowship
• unknown
125 West 130th Street (1925-c.1927) – now Beulah Baptist Church
• unknown
St. Ambrose Episcopal Mission Chapel NE (Lower Manhattan)
  117 Thompson Street at Prince Street – orig. St. Thomas Chapel
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• unknown
St. Andrew Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  2067 Fifth Avenue at 127th Street (since 1889)
► III/30 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 637 (1964)
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1432 (1912)
► III/39 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 660 (1872) – moved (1889); sold to Nativity RC? (1912)
East 127th Street (Park & Lexington Aves.) (1830-1889)
Second building (1873-1889)
► III/39 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 660 (1872) – moved to new church (1889)
First building (1830-burned 1871)
• II/27 William A. Johnson, Op. 207 (1866) – burned with church (1871)
• Henry Erben (1830)
St. Ann Episcopal Church for the Deaf Mutes (Hamilton Heights)
  511 West 148th Street (1898-1949) – became Manhattan Holy Tabernacle
• none
7 West 18th Street near Fifth Avenue (1859-1898) – orig. Christ Church
► II/24 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op.130 (1873)
► II/17 Hall & Labagh (1848) – moved to Church of the Mediator, Brooklyn, as Odell Op. 136 (1874)
Washington Square (1852-1859) – New-York University Chapel
• Henry Crabb (1850s)
St. Augustine Episcopal Chapel – Trinity Parish
  See St. Augustine Episcopal Church
St. Augustine Episcopal Church (Chinatown)
  290 Henry Street (since 1945) – orig. All Saints Free Episcopal Church
► II/17 Henry Erben (1830)
107 East Houston Street (1877-1945) – St. Augustine Episcopal Chapel – Trinity Parish
• Henry Erben (1877)
St. Barnabas Episcopal Mission Chapel NE (Little Italy)
  306 Mulberry Street
• unknown
St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church (Midtown East)
  325 Park Avenue at 51st Street (since 1918)
► V/225 Aeolian-Skinner Company, Op. 275-E/F (1970-71)
► V/160 Aeolian-Skinner Company, Op. 275-A (1937, 1952)
► –/24 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 832 (1930) – Celestial
► V/ Skinner Organ Company, Op. 651 (1927) – console
► IV/115 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 275 (1917)
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2424 (1917)
Chapel:
► II/18 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1417 (1961)
► II/14 Casavant Frères, Op. 1079 (1925)
Continuo:
► I/4 Wissinger Organs (1987)
Community House:
• unknown
343 Madison Avenue at 44th Street (1872-1918)
► IV/100 George S. Hutchings, Op. 402 (electric action combining of #328 and #329)
► IV/53 George S. Hutchings, Op. 328 (1894) – Chancel
► –/47 George S. Hutchings, Op. 329 (1894) – Gallery
► III/46 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 112 (1872) – Gallery
Lafayette Place at Great Jones Street (1835-1872)
• II/24 Henry Erben (1839)
209 East 42nd Street (1891-1920s)
Parish House and Clinic:
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1084 (1910) – Chapel
► II/18 George S. Hutchings, Op. 423 (1897) – Chapel in 1897 addition
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► III/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 297 (1891) – Mission Room
St. Bartholomew's Swedish Mission (Harlem)
  121 East 127th Street– now King's Chapel of the Apostolic Faith
• II/19 George S. Hutchings, Op. 417 (1898)
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 82 (1884)
St. Chrysostom Chapel – Trinity Parish NE (Garment District)
  Absorbed into St. Clement's Episcopal Church (c.1924)
540 Seventh Avenue at 39th Street (1869-1924)
• Henry Erben (1870)
St. Clement Episcopal Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  423 West 46th Street (since 1920) – orig. Faith Chapel of West Presbyterian Church
► II/5 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2076 (1941)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 367 (1899)
108 Amity Street near Sixth Avenue (1831-1920)
• III/32 John Lowe (1814) – moved from St. John's Chapel and rebuilt by Henry Crabb (1852)
► II/13 Hall & Erben (1825) – rental instrument moved from St. Thomas Church (1831)
St. Cornelius Episcopal Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  Merged with St. Clement Episcopal Church (1920)
423 West 46th Street (1897-1920)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 367 (1899) – see St. Clement Episcopal Church
West 44th Street (c.1890-1897) – orig. mission chapel of Zion and St. Timothy P.E. Church
• unknown
St. Cornelius the Centurion Chapel – Trinity Parish (Governors Island)
  Second building (1905-1995)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (1990s)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8673 (1954)
• II/18 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2115 (1906)
First building (1847-1905)
• unknown
St. Cyprian Chapel (Upper West Side)
  175 West 63rd Street
• unknown (1913)
St.-Esprit, Église Française du
  109 East 60th Street (since 1941)
• II/ Wurlitzer amplified reed organ
229 East 61st Street (1934-1941) – orig. Sixty-first Street Methodist Episcopal
• III/37 George Jardine & Son (1875)
45 East 27th Street (1900-1926)
• unknown
30 West 22nd Street (1862-1900)
• Henry Erben (1863)
Church Street (1834-1862)
• II/21 Henry Erben (1840) – sold to Church of the Mediator (1863) (now First Moravian Ch.)
• Henry Erben (1834) – burned 1839
Franklin Street
• Hall & Erben (1824)
King's (now Pine) Street (1704)
• unknown
Petticoat Lane (now Marketfield Street) (1688-1704)
• unknown
St. Edward the Martyr Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  14 East 109th Street (since 1887)
► II/27 James Palsgrove (1990s)
• II/15 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1616 (1894)
• Unknown Builder – Sunday school
St. George Episcopal Chapel (Stuyvesant Square)
  406 East 19th Street (1859-1882) – Chapel of Free Grace (became Christ Church Lutheran)
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1857)
420 East 14th Street – German Mission
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• Henry Erben (1863)
St. George Episcopal Church (Stuyvesant Square)
  209 East 16th Street at Stuyvesant Square (since 1846)
Rebuilt present building (since 1867)
► IV/96 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9127 (1958)
► IV/135 Austin Organ Company, comprising:
    • Op. 1549 (1928) – Gallery
    • Op. 1530 (1928) – Chancel
► IV/77 Cole & Woodberry; reb. of Gallery and Chancel organs
► II/23 George Jardine & Son (1884) – Chancel
► IV/65 George Jardine & Son (1869) – Gallery
► III/37 Thomas Hall (1822) – moved from old St. George's Church (1867)
Chapel:
► I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 75 (1880)
► III/19 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1077 (1945)
► II/10 Estey Organ Company, Op. 950 (1912)
Crypt:
• I/4 C. F. Durner (c.1859)
Present building (1846-burned 1865)
• III/45 Henry Erben (1856) – burned with church (1865)
Beekman Street (1749-1846) – became Holy Evangelists Protestant Episcopal Church
► III/37 Thomas Hall (1822)
• John Geib (1802)
St. George the Martyr Episcopal Church NE (Midtown)
  West 44th Street, near Fifth Avenue (1860-?)
• II/20 Hall & Labagh (1861)
Prince and Thompson Streets (c.1844-1860) – met at Emmanuel Church
• unknown
St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  552 West End Avenue at 87th Street (since 1902)
► III/44 Casavant Frères, Op. 2892 (1966); reb. (2011)
► III/44 Casavant Frères, Op. 2892 (1966)
► I/7 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1960) – orig. for St. Mark's Epis, Pittsburgh; now in R.A. Louprette res.
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 777 (1929) – orig. in Otto Meyer residence, Scarsdale, N.Y.
• II/29 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1321 (1886) – moved from previous church (1902)
56 West 40th Street (1872-1902) – orig. St. Paul's Dutch Reformed Church
• II/29 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1321 (1886)
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1862)
437 Seventh Avenue, betw. 33rd and 34th Streets (1871-1872) – orig. Holy Light P.E. Church
• George Jardine & Son (1869)
St. James Episcopal Church (Upper East Side)
  865 Madison Avenue at 71st Street (since 1884)
► IV/78 Schoenstein & Co., Op. 157 (2009) – Chancel
► II/18 Schoenstein & Co., Op. 156 (2008) – Gallery
► III/102 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-169 (1985) – moved to First Baptist Church, Manhattan (2005)
► IV/106 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8888 (1956)
► IV/57 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1237 (1924)
► IV/59s Hope-Jones Organ Co. (1907)
► Farrand & Votey, Op. 768 (1895); reb. Roosevelt organ – actually for Holy Trinity Mission Chapel
► III/32 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 151 (1885)
East 72nd Street at Third Avenue (1869-1884)
• George Jardine & Son (1869)
Hamilton Square (1810-1869)
• Henry Erben (c.1851)
• Henry Erben (1847) – rental
St. James the Less Protestant Episcopal Church
  East 23rd Street, near Second Avenue
• II/23 Hall & Labagh (1860)
St. John Chapel – Trinity Parish NE (Lower Manhattan)
  46 Varick Street (1807-1909)
• III/28 Henry Erben (1874) – moved to Holyrood Church (c.1909)
► III/29 Thomas Robjohn (Firth & Hall) (1840)
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• III/ John Lowe (1813) – given to St. Clement's Church, Manhattan (1845)
St. John the Baptist Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Murray Hill)
  Consolidated with and renamed Church of the Epiphany (1893)
261 Lexington Avenue at 35th Street (1848-1893)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1860)
St. John the Evangelist Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Hammond Street, corner of Waverley Place
• II/22 George Jardine (1848)
St. John's in the Village, Episcopal (Greenwich Village)
  220 West 11th Street at Waverly Place – orig. St. John the Evangelist
Present building (since 1974)
► II/24 Rieger Orgelbau (1987)
First building (1856-burned 1971)
• II/35s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1541 (1913) – burned with church (1971)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1860)
St. Jude Episcopal Chapel (Upper West Side)
  19 West 99th Street (1921-c.1956)
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2121 (1923)
St. Jude Protestant Free Church
  Sixth Avenue, opposite Amity Street (1844-?)
• Levi U. Stuart
St. Luke Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  435 West 141st Street at Convent Avenue (since 1892)
► IV/38 Austin Organ Company, Op. 284 (1910)
• L.C. Harrison (1886) – moved from old church (1892)
485 Hudson Street near Barrow Street (1822-1889) – now St. Luke-in-the-Fields Epis. Church
• L.C. Harrison (1886)
• II/ George Earle (1871)
• II/18 Henry Erben (1830); revoiced by L.U. Stuart (1859)
• Thomas Redstone (1824)
St. Luke-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church (Greenwich Village)
  485 Hudson Street near Barrow Street (since 1889) – orig. St. Luke Protestant Episcopal Church
► II/34 Casavant Frères, Op. 3550 (1985)
► I/4 Casavant Frères, Op. 3376 (1981) – Continuo
► II/34 Casavant Frères, Op. 3412 (1979) – burned with church (1981)
► III/43 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5762 (1930)
• L.C. Harrison (1886) – moved to St. Luke P.E. Church, Harlem (1892)
• II/ George Earle (1871)
• II/18 Henry Erben (1830); revoiced by L.U. Stuart (1859)
• Thomas Redstone (1824)
St. Luke Episcopal Mission Chapel (Harlem)
  28 Edgecombe Avenue near 136th Street – now New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church
► II/6 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (1930)
St. Mark Episcopal Chapel (aka "Anthon Memorial")
  See All Souls Episcopal Church
St. Mark's in-the-Bowery Episcopal Church (East Village)
  131 East 10th Street corner Second Avenue
► III/37 Chester A. Raymond (1952)
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3755 (1924)
► III/36 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 247 (1888)
• III/30 Henry Erben (1854) – sold to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Little Rock, Ark. (1888)
► II/18 Henry Erben (1846)
► I/ Hall & Erben (1824); enl. to 2 manuals in 1825
St. Martin Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  230 Malcolm X Boulevard (Lenox Avenue) at 122nd Street – orig. Holy Trinity Episcopal
► IV/46 Ernest M. Skinner & Son, Op. 653 (1940)
► III/39 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2765 (1928) – rebuild of Estey Organ Company, Op. 1690 (1919)
St. Mary Episcopal Church (Manhattanville)
  521 West 126th Street (orig. address was 101 Lawrence Street)
Present building (since 1909):
► II/22 McGregor/Scott-Walker (1965)
► II/10 M. P. Möller, Op. 4935 (1927)
► I/8 George Jardine & Son (<1891); moved & reb. by J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1909)
First building (1826-1909):
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► I/8 George Jardine & Son (<1891)
St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church (Times Square)
  145 West 46th Street (since 1895):
► IV/93 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 891-A; rev. Mann & Trupiano (1988-2002)
► IV/81 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 891-A (1942)
► IV/59 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 891 (1932)
► III/33 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1139 (1896)
► II/8 Martin Bohling, Op. 1 (1960s) – St. Joseph's Hall; moved to St. Mark's, Teaneck, NJ
► II/6 Casavant Frères, Op. 1498 (1934) – St. Joseph's Hall – orig. in P. Fancher Res., Clinton, N.Y.
• George Jardine & Son (c.1895) – St. Joseph's Hall
228 West 45th Street (1870-1895) – became Redeemer Lutheran; then Fifth Christian Scientist
► II/20 George Jardine & Son (1886) – moved to new church
• Unknown builder (1870)
St. Matthew and St. Timothy Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  26 West 84th Street
Present building (since 1969):
► III/35 Austin Organs, Inc., Op. 2497 (1969)
Original building (1894-burned 1965) – orig. St. Matthew Episcopal Church
► III/26 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 554 (1925) – burned with church (1965)
► II/20 Reuben Midmer & Son (c.1894)
[1st] St. Matthew Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Christopher Street, between Hudson and Bleeker Streets (1842-dispersed 1856)
• unknown
[2nd] St. Matthew Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  Merged with Zion & St. Timothy P.E. Church to form St. Matthew & St. Timothy P.E. Church (1922)
26 West 84th Street (1894-1922):
► II/20 Reuben Midmer & Son (c.1894) – see St. Matthew and St. Timothy Epis. Church
Columbus Avenue, between 82nd & 83rd Streets (1887-1894) – orig. Bethany Mission Chapel
• unknown
St. Michael Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  222 West 99th Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1891)
► III/55 von Beckerath (1967) – Gallery
► I/8 von Beckerath (1965) – Chapel
► III/50 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 491 (1914)
► III/54 George Jardine & Son (1893) – rebuild of Knauff organ?
99th Street corner Broadway (1807-1891)
Second building (1854-1891)
• Henry Knauff
First building (1807-1854)
• unknown
St. Paul Chapel – Trinity Parish (Financial District)
  209 Broadway at Fulton Street
► II/33 Schlicker Organ Company (1964); reb. Andover (1981); refurb. Mann & Trupiano (2009)
► III/58 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 768-A (1950)
► III/41 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 768 (1929)
► III/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 92 (1870)
► III/25 George Pike England (1802)
St. Paul Episcopal Church (German) NE (Harlem)
  East 127th Street, near Third Avenue (1862-1864) – became St. John Evangelical Lutheran
• unknown
St. Paul Episcopal Church NE (Yorkville)
  Consolidated with Church of the Resurrection, 47th Street & Madison Avenue (1873)
East 84th Street (1865-1873) – mission of Holy Trinity Episcopal (42nd Street)
• unknown
St. Peter Episcopal Church (Chelsea)
  346 West 20th Street (since 1838)
► II/16 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 515 (1892); elec. by Wilfrid Lavallée (1930)
► III/35? Henry Erben (1838 or 1843)
• II/22 Henry Erben – Chapel? – sold to General Theological Seminary (1843)
St. Philip Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  208 West 134th Street (since 1911)
► III/36 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1208 (1952); alt. (1982)
► III/ Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (1943)
• III/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1911)
161 West 25th Street (1886-1911) – orig. West Twenty-fifth Street Presbyterian
• unknown
305 Mulberry Street (1857-1886) – orig. Mulberry St. Methodist; later San Salvatore Epis. Mission
• Henry Erben (1838)
31 Centre Street (1818-1857)
Second building (1822-1857)
• unknown builder (1826)
First building (1818-burned 1822)
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• unknown
St. Stephen Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  See Christ and St. Stephen Episcopal Church
St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel – St. Thomas Church
  See All Saints' Episcopal Church
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Midtown)
  3 West 53rd Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1870)
Present building (since 1913)
► IV/160 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. – rev. Mann & Trupiano (1980s)
► IV/157 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co. – rev. G.F. Adams (1969)
► IV/172 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 205-A (1956)
► IV/87 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7900 (1948) – reb. & enl.
► IV/ Ernest M. Skinner & Son (1945) – tonal revisions
► IV/77 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 205 (1913)
Gallery:
► II/32 Taylor & Boody, Op. 27 (1996)
► IV/84 Gilbert F. Adams (1969)
Continuo:
► I/4 Taylor & Boody, Op. 39 (2001)
Choir Room:
► II/2+ Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1335 (1957, 1964)
Studio:
• Ernest M. Skinner & Son (1938) – reb. & elec. Johnson & Son organ
• Johnson & Son
Temporary building (1907-c.1913)
► II/17 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1907)
First building
(1870-burned 1905)
• IV/67 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1904) (rebuild of Roosevelt) – burned with church in 1905
► IV/68 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 88 (1881-83)
► III/60 Hall, Labagh & Co. (1870)
Broadway and Houston Street (1826-1856)
Second (rebuilt) building (1851-1856)
► III/31 Hall & Labagh (1851) – sold to Steinway Hall
First building (1825-burned 1851)
• III/28 Henry Erben (1831) – burned with church in 1851
► II/13 Hall & Erben (1825) – rental instrument; moved to St. Clement's Episcopal in 1831
St. Timothy Protestant Episcopal Church (Midtown West)
  Merged with Zion Episcopal and renamed Zion and St. Timothy's (1890)
West 56th Street near Eighth Avenue
(1867-burned 1889)
► II/16 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 60 (1867)
310 West 54th Street (1853-1867) – later Amity Baptist Church
• Levi U. Stuart
San Salvatore Italian Mission Church NE (Chinatown/Little Italy)
  359 Broome Street (1902-1957) – now Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral
• II/ Ernest M. Skinner & Co. (1902) – tubular-pneumatic
40 Broome Street (1897-1902) – temporary
• unknown if any
305 Mulberry Street (1886-razed 1897) – orig. Mulberry St. Methodist; then St. Philip Episcopal
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• Henry Erben (1838)
Seamen's Church Institute (Lower Manhattan)
  241 Water Street at Beekman Street (since 1991)
• unknown – St. Nicholas Chapel
15 State Street (1968-1991)
• unknown
25 South Street (1906-1968)
• II/8 Hall Organ Co. (1928) – Auditorium/Theater – moved to Immaculate Conception RC (1968)
• II/ Hall Organ Co. (c.1906) – Chapel
• unknown (reed organ?) – Small Chapel
341 West Houston Street (1888-1923) – known as Church of the Holy Comforter
• II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 250 (1888)
Hudson River off Dey Street (1846-1856) – known as Floating Chapel of the Holy Comforter
• George Jardine & Son
Moored off Pike Street – known as Floating Church of Our Savior
Second building (1870-1910):
• I/4 George Jardine & Son (1869) – moved to All Saints Epis., Mariners' Harbor, Staten Island
First building (1844-burned 1866):
• George Jardine (<1869)
Swedish Mission of St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church
  See St. Bartholomew's Swedish Mission
Transfiguration Episcopal Chapel NE (Upper West Side)
  120 West 69th Street (1876-1897) – became St. Stephen Epis.; now Christ & St. Stephen Epis.
• II/12 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 175 (1885)
• unknown (c.1876)
Transfiguration Episcopal Church (aka "The Little Church Around the Corner") (Madison Square)
  1 East 29th Street (since 1850)
► III/48 C.B. Fisk, Op. 92 (1988) – Transept
► II/24 Van Zoeren-Steinkamp Organ Co. (1968) – Antiphonal (extant, not playable)
► III/52 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6377 (1935)
► III/38 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1554 (1927)
• III/ George S. Hutchings (1911) – electrify, new console, new Chantry organ
► III/37 George S. Hutchings, Op. 364 (1895)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (1869)
• II/18 Henry Crabb (1852)
Trinity Episcopal Chapel – Trinity Parish NE (Chelsea)
  20 West 25th Street (1851-1943) – became St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathdral (1943)
► III/44 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 548 (1922)
► III/39 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 107 (1871)
► III/33 Hall & Labagh (1853)
Trinity Church, Episcopal (aka "Old Trinity" and "Trinity Wall Street") (Financial District)
  Broadway at Wall Street
Present building (since 1846)
• I/5 Klop Orgelbouw (2011) – Continuo
► III/85 Marshall & Ogletree Assoc., Inc., Op. 1 (2003) – electronic
► IV/161 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc., Op. 408-D (1968); rev. (as of 2000) – removed (2002); donated to Johns Creek United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Ga. (2011)
► IV/153 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc., Op. 408-D (1968)
► IV/120 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc., Op. 408-A, 408-B and 408-C (1958)
► IV/75 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 408 (1923); rev. (1928)
• IV/54 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2363 (1915) – Chancel console
• IV/56 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2168 (1907) – Gallery
► III/26 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1923 (1901) – Chancel
► II/17 Hall & Labagh (1867) – Chancel
► IV/45 Henry Erben (1846); rev. by Hilborne Roosevelt (1885) and J.H. & C.S. Odell (1889)
► III/39 Henry Erben (1846), rev. by Erben to IV/44 (1866)
All Saints' Chapel:
► I/14 George Bozeman, Jr. & Co., Op. 28 (1984)
• II/9 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2303 (1912)
Second building (1790-razed 1839)
► III/25 Henry Holland (1791) – moved to German Reformed Church, Norfolk Street (1839)
First building (1698-burned 1776):
► III/36 John Snetzler (1764) – burned (1776)
• III/26 John Klemm (1741)
Zion Episcopal Church (Murray Hill)
  See Zion & St. Timothy Episcopal Church
Zion & St. Timothy Episcopal Church NE (Midtown West)
  Merged with and moved to St. Matthew's Episcopal (1922)
382 West 57th Street (1892–burned 1921)
► III/28 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 505 (1891)
Merged with St. Timothy Episcopal (1890) – renamed Zion & St. Timothy Episcopal
245 Madison Avenue at 38th Street (1853-1890) – became South Dutch Reformed Church
Merged with Church of the Atonement (1880)
► II/17 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 401 (1888)
• II/ Levi U. Stuart (1863) – in new chancel chamber; reb. 1880
• II/20 Thomas Hall (1821) – moved from old church (1853) installed in gallery
25 Mott Street (1801-1853)
Second building (c.1815-1853) – sold to R.C. Church of the Transfiguration
• II/20 Thomas Hall (1819) – cost $1,500 – moved to new church
First building (1802-burned 1815): – orig. Zion Lutheran Church
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• William Smith
 
  Ethical Culture
   
New York Society for Ethical Culture (Upper West Side)
  2 West 64th Street at Central Park West
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (c. 2003)
► III/41 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3844 (1957) – removed (2003)
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6291 (1935)
• IV/15 Hope-Jones Organ Co./Wurlitzer Organ Co. (1910)
 
  Evangelical (Evangelical Association, Evangelical Church)
   
Dingeldein Memorial (aka New York Evangelical Mission) NE (Yorkville)
  East 77th Street near Avenue A (1884-closed 1920) – now First Russian Baptist Church
• unknown
East 77th Street near Third Avenue (1882-1884)
• unknown
First Evangelical Church NE (Turtle Bay)
  424 West 55th Street (1910-closed >1928) – orig. Second Evangelical Church
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4710 (1926)
214 West 35th Street (c.1886-1910)
• unknown
West 24th Street (1860-c.1886)
• unknown
German Evangelical Mission NE (SOHO)
  Hudson Street near Spring Street (1870-closed 1884)
• unknown
Grace Chapel NE (Stuyvesant Square)
  East 22nd Street near First Avenue (1878-closed 1882)
• unknown
Harlem Evangelical Mission NE (Manhattanville)
  West 120th Street (1883-closed 1885)
• unknown
[1st] St. Paul Evangelical Church NE (Garment District)
  West 34th Street near Ninth Avenue (1882-closed 1885)
• unknown
[2nd] St. Paul Evangelical Church NE (Harlem)
  East 112th Street near Lexington Avenue (1888-closed 1900)
• unknown
Second Evangelical Church NE (Midtown West)
  424 West 55th Street near Tenth Avenue (1900-1904) – became First Evangelical Church
• unknown
West 53rd Street near Ninth Avenue (1882-1900)
• unknown
Zion Evangelical Church NE (Harlem)
  West 140th Street near Seventh Avenue (1897-closed or merged c.1912)
• unknown
   
  Greek Orthodox
   
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Upper East Side)
  343 East 74th Street, near Second Avenue (since 1932)
► III/57s Rodgers Instruments electronic (1980s)
359 West 24th Street (1927-1932) [temp. at St. Eleftherios Greek Orthodox Church]
• unknown if any
East 72nd Street at Third Avenue (c.1904-burned 1927) – orig. St. James Episcopal Church
• George Jardine & Son (1869)
342 West 53rd Street (1892-c.1904)
• uknown if any
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (Evangelismos) (Upper West Side)
  302 West 91st Street at West End Avenue (since 1954) – orig. Fourth Presbyterian Church
► III/37 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 563 (1927)
310 West 54th Street (c.1917-1937) – orig. Amity Baptist Church
• II/23reg Austin Organ Company, Op. 254 (1910)
St. Eleftherios Greek Orthodox Church (Chelsea)
  359 West 24th Street, near Ninth Avenue (1860-1913) – became St. Eleftherios Greek Orthodox
Second building (since 1973)
• none
First building (1913-burned 1973) – orig. Twenty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/20 L.C. Harrison, Op. 66 (1883)
 
  Hungarian Reformed
   
First Hungarian Reformed Church (Upper East Side)
  344 East 69th Street (since 1916)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4140 (1925)
121 East 7th Street (1895-1916) – now St. Mary's American Greek Orthodox Church
• unknown
First Magyar Church of Harlem (Harlem)
   
 
  Interdenominational
 
The Riverside Church (affiliated with American Baptist and United Church of Christ)
  Riverside Drive at 122nd Street (since 1930)
► V/203 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1118 (1948, 1953-54,1964), rev.
► IV/119 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2540 (1927)
Christ Chapel:
► III/38 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2343 (1959-60)
► III/31 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2541 (1927)
Chapel of the Cross:
► II/8 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2327 (1959)
593 Park Avenue at 64th Street (1922-1930) – known as Park Avenue Baptist Church
► IV/57 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2455 (1922)
8 West 46th Street at Fifth Avenue (1866-1922) – known as Fifth Avenue Baptist Church
• III/54 George S. Hutchings, Op. 422 (1897)
• III/29 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 109 (1882)
• Henry Erben (1865)
60 Norfolk Street (1850-1865) – known as Norfolk Street Baptist Church
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• II/ Davis & Ferris (1849)
 
  Jewish
   
Adath Jeshuran, Temple NE (Lower East Side)
  Merged with Anshe Chesed (1874)
12-16 Eldridge Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 51 (1866)
Ahawath Chesed, Congregation
  See Central Synagogue
Ansche Chesed, Congregation (Upper West Side)
  251 West 100th Street at West End Avenue (since 1927)
► III/49 Aeolian Company, Op. 1144 (1910, 1914) – moved from F.W. Woolworth Res. (c.1955)
1883 Seventh Avenue at West 114th Street (1909-1927) – now Mount Neboh Baptist Church
► III/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 444 (1908)
160 East 112th Street (c.1877-1909) – now Christ Apostolic Church of U.S.A.
• unknown, if any
Anshe Chesed, Congregation
  See Congregation Beth-El
Beth-El, Congregation NE (Upper East Side)
  Merged into Congregation Emanu-El (1927)
945 Fifth Avenue at 76th Street (1891-1927) – razed 1946
► IV/90 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3585 (1924)
► III/46 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 290 (1890)
Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street (1874-1891) – renamed Beth-El (1875)
► II/32 George Jardine & Son (c.1875)
172 Norfolk Street (1850-1874) – named Anshe Chesed; now Angel Orensanz Foundation
► II/26 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 68 (1868) – reb. Odell (1883) & moved to a summer camp
Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Anshe Ungarn, Congregation NE (Lower East Side)
  242 East 7th Street, near Loisaida Avenue (1908-closed 1975) – converted to residences
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1908)
B'nai Jeshurun, Congregation (Upper West Side)
  257 West 88th near Broadway (since 1918)
• II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1623 (1928) – Auditorium
► III/32 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1244 (1925) – Sanctuary
746 Madison Avenue at 65th Street (1885-1918)
• III/40 George Jardine & Son (1884)
West 34th Street and Sixth Avenue (1865-1885)
• II/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 68 (1868)
Greene Street (1851-1865)
• unknown, if any
119 Elm Street (1827-1851) – orig. First Colored Presbyterian Church
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• unknown, if any
Central Synagogue (Midtown)
  652 Lexington Avenue (since 1872):
► IV/63 Casavant Frères, Op. 3813 (2002) – Gallery
► II/11 Casavant Frères, Op. 3812 (2001) – Bimah
► III/25 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5905 (1937) – burned (1998)
► III/45 George Jardine & Son (1872)
Ludlow Street (1846-1872) – known as Congregation Ahawath Chesed
• unknown
Community Synagogue (East Village)
  325 East 6th Street (since 1940) – orig. St. Mark Lutheran Church
• II/ Müller & Abel, Op. 1 (1893)
Counsel Synagogue NE (Welfare Island)
  (1926-?)
• unknown if any
Emanu-El, Congregation (Upper East Side)
  1 East 65th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1929)
► IV/135 Sebastian Glück, Op. 7 (2002)
► IV/119 Austin Organs Inc. (1956); new Austin console (1985)
► IV/108 Casavant Frères, Op. 1322 (1929)
Fifth Avenue at 43rd Street (1868-1929)
► IV/71 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 386 (1901)
► IV/83 Hall, Labagh (1868)
120 East 12th Street (1854-1868) – orig. Twelfth Street Baptist; later St. Ann's Catholic Church
► III/43 Henry Erben (1858)
• Henry Erben (1848)
56 Chrystie Street (1848-1854) – orig. Chrystie Street Methodist Church
• unknown
Beth-El Chapel – 1 East 65th Street
► III/35 Sebastian Glück (1997)
Lowenstein Memorial Auditorium – 1 East 65th Street
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9718; rev. Sebastian Glück (2007)
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9718 (1962)
Greenwald Hall – Fifth Avenue at 65th Street
• II/7 Wilfred Lavalée – removed 1990s
Hand-in-Hand, Congregation
  See Temple Israel
Hebrew Tabernacle (Washington Heights)
  551 Fort Washington Avenue at 185th Street (since 1973) – orig. Fourth Ch. of Christ, Scientist
• unknown electronic
► III/16 Henry Pilcher's Sons,Op. 1536 (1932)
609 West 161st Street near Fort Washington Avenue (1927-1973)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4691 (1926)
220 West 130th Street (1906-1927)
• II/26s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1067 (1908)
Temple Israel (Upper East Side)
  112 East 75th Street (since 1967)
• unknown
1157 Lexington Avenue (1962-1967) – (temp. at All Souls Unitarian Church)
► III/37 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1707 (1932)
210 West 91st Street (1922-1962) – now Young Israel of West Side
► III/38 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1069 (1922)
Central Park West at 96th Street (1920-1922) – (temp. at Second Presbyterian Church)
► III/40 George Jardine & Son (1894)
201 Lenox Avenue at 120th Street (1907-1920) – now Mount Olivet Baptist Church
► III/30 Estey Organ Company, Op. 438 (1907)
211 West 129th Street at Seventh Avenue (c.1905-1907) – (temp. at Calvary Methodist Church)
► III/32 George Jardine & Son (1877)
Fifth Avenue at 125th Street (1888-c.1905) – orig. Holy Trinity Episcopal of Harlem
► II/22 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 179 (1880)
214 East 116th Street (1876-1888) – orig. Grace-Emmanuel Episcopal Church
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1877)
124th Street and Third Avenue (1874-1876)
• unknown
216 East 125th Street (1870-187) – known as Congregation Hand-in-Hand
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• unknown
Temple Israel of Washington Heights NE (Washington Heights)
  560-566 West 185th Street (1926-1931) – now Schottenstein Center of Yeshiva University
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4660 (1926)
181st Street and St. Nicholas Avenue (1915-1926)
• unknown
Mount Neboh Synagogue NE (Upper West Side)
  130 West 79th Street (1930-1978) – orig. Unity Synagogue; later Crossroads SDA (1978-81)
► III/47 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1577 (1928)
562 West 150th Street (1917-1930) – now City Tabernacle of Seventh-day Adventists
► II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 505 (1916)
Mount Zion Synagogue NE (Upper West Side)
  Merged with Congregation Peni-El to form Unity Synagogue (1927)
37 West 119th Street – orig. First Reformed Presbyterian; became Emanuel A.M.E. Church (1926)
• unknown builder – repaired (1909) and tuned (1923) by J.H. & C.S. Odell
Norfolk Street Synagogue NE (Lower East Side)
  172 Norfolk Street – orig. Anshe Chesed; now Angel Orensanz Center for the Arts
See Congregation Beth-El
Park Avenue Synagogue (Upper East Side)
  50 East 87th Street at Madison Avenue (since 1927)
• IV/ Allen Organ Company electronic
► IV/36 Casavant Frères, Op. 1179 (1926)
115 East 86th Street (1882-1927)
• unknown
Peni-El, Congregation NE (Washington Heights)
  Merged with Congregation Mount Zion to form Unity Synagogue (1927)
525 West 147th Street (1909-1927) – became Cong. Agudath Achim M'Krakau, then Mount Zion Tabernacle Christian Mission of Panama, then Bethel Holy Church of Deliverance
• II/14 W.W. Kimball Co. (1912)
601 West 162nd Street at Broadway
Riverside Synagogue NE (Upper West Side)
  310 West 103rd Street (1922-c.1963)
► II/6 "Style Sch 25" Wurlitzer, Op. 1072 (1925)
Rodeph Sholom, Congregation (Upper West Side)
  7 West 83rd Street (since 1930)
► II/39s Rodgers Instruments electronic (1979)
► III/48 Casavant Frères, Op. 1334 (1929) – moved to First Baptist Church, Avondale Estates, Ga.
Lexington Avenue at 63rd Street (1891-1930) – orig. Congregation Anshe Chesed
► II/32 George Jardine & Son (c.1875)
8 Clinton Street (1853-1891)
• unknown
Shaar Hashomayim, Congregation NE (Lower East Side)
  Rivington Street
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1874)
Shaaray Tefila, Congregation (Upper East Side)
  250 East 79th Street at Second Avenue (since 1959) – orig. Trans-Lux Theatre
► II/20 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1829 (1937) – moved from old synagogue (1959)
160 West 82nd Street (1894-1959) – known as West End Syng.; now St. Volodymyr Ukr. Orth.
► II/20 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1829 (1937)
► II/26 George Jardine & Son (c.1894)
– burned with interior (1937)
127 West 44th Street (1869-1894)
• II/40 George Jardine & Son (1881)
112 Wooster Street (1847-1862)
• unknown, if any
Sixth Street Synagogue (Lower East Side)
  See Community Synagogue
Tifereth Israel, Congregation NE (Lower East Side)
  242 East 14th Street (orig. Labor Temple, then Crossroads Presbyterian)
• III/33 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1743 (1930)
Unity Synagogue NE (Upper West Side)
  See Mount Neboh Synagogue
West End Synagogue
  See Congregation Shaaray Tefila
West Side Institutional Synagogue (Upper West Side)
  120 West 76th Street (since 1937) – orig. St. Andrew Methodist Episcopal Church
• IV/38 Welte Organ Company (1927)
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• III/44 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1441 (1890)
 
  Lutheran
   
Advent Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  2504 Broadway at 93rd Street (since 1901) – shared with Broadway United Church of Christ
► II/16 Casavant Frères, Op. 3166 (1972) – from Southwestern Adventist College, Keene, TX (1988)
► II/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 377 (1907); reb. Odell (1962) – removed (2000)
All Nations, Church for (Midtown West)
  417 West 57th Street (since 1995) – orig. Catholic Apostolic Church
• unknown pipe organ
• George Jardine & Son (c.1887)
Atonement Lutheran Church (Harlem)
  Merged with Our Saviour Lutheran to form Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church (1929)
116 Edgecombe Avenue at 140th Street (1898-1927) – now Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 396 (1903) – see Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church
Bethlehem Lutheran Church NE (Upper East Side)
  237 East 62nd Street – became Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church
► I/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 259 (1888) – see Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Washington Heights)
  Merged with Trinity Lutheran Church at 168 West 100th Street
542 West 153rd Street
Second building (1921-1980s?) – now part of New York Foundling Hospital
• III/19 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 678 (1927) – removed and sold for parts (1986)
First building (1898-1921) – named Washington Heights German Evangelical Lutheran
• unknown
Christ Lutheran Church (Union Square)
  123 East 15th Street (since 2007) – Seafarers and International House
► I/7 Noack Organ Company, Op. 38 (1967) – Nordgren Chapel
355 East 19th Street (1948-2007)
► II/9 Sebastian Glück, Op. 6 (1995)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 347 (1897), rev. Gilbert Adams – moved from old church (1948)
406 East 19th Street (1882-1948)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 347 (1897)
► I/4 Ferris & Stuart (1857) – acquired by Anthony Meloni
Christ Lutheran Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  552 West 50th Street (1898-1905) – became St. Mary Clemens RC; later St. Cyril & Methodius RC
• Unknown Builder – second-hand organ from Orange Valley, N.J. (installed 1899)
Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  Tenth Avenue, near West 56th Street (1878-closed 1875)
Top
• unknown
Epiphany Evangelical Lutheran Church (Harlem; moved to The Bronx)
  302 East 206th Street, The Bronx (since 1928)
► II/10 A. Gottfried & Co. (1929)
70-74 East 128th Street, near Fourth Avenue (1900-1927)
• unknown
Forty-fifth Street Lutheran Church
  address unknown
• II/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 175 (c.1895)
German Evangelical Lutheran Church of Yorkville (Yorkville)
  339 East 84th Street (1888-1892) – now Zion-St. Mark Lutheran Church
• II/15 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 340 (1886)
Good Samaritan Lutheran Church NE (Roosevelt Island)
  (1917-closed 1950s)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5504 (1929)
Grace Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  See Grace and St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Grace & St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  Merged with St. Paul's Lutheran of Harlem; renamed Grace & St. Paul's Lutheran (1944)
123 West 71st Street (since 1890) – orig. St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal Chapel
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 556 (1924)
• II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 221 (1885) – moved to St Joseph's RC, Keyport, N.J. (1925)
West 50th Street and Ninth Avenue (1886-1890)
• unknown
Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church (Gramercy)
  155 East 22nd Street
Present building (since 1889):
► III/33 Berkshire Organ Company, Op. 104 (1979); rev. American Classic Organ Company
► I/4 J. H. Jørgensen (1970s) – Chapel
• William W. Laws Company
• unknown (c.1889)
First building (1866-1889)
• unknown
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  3 West 65th Street at Central Park West (since 1902)
► II/20 Paul Fritts & Company, Op. 16 (1994) – moved from Bethany Lutheran, Tulsa, Ok. (2011)
► I/3 Vladimir Sobatka (2007) – Positiv
► III/67 Robert M. Turner Organs (1976) – removed (2011)
► I/3 Robert M. Turner Organs (1974) – Portativ
► III/43 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 785-B (1962)
► III/30 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 785-A (1951)
► III/30 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 785 (1929)
► III/29 Ernest M. Skinner & Co., Op. 113 (1903)
47 West 21st Street near Sixth Avenue (1868-1902) – orig. St. Paul's Reformed Church
• I/12 William H. Davis (or Ferris & Stuart, 1862)
Holy Trinity Slovak Lutheran Church (Stuyvesant Town)
  332 East 20th Street (since 1911):
Present building (since 1964):
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10042 (1965)
First building (1911-1964) – orig. Colgate Memorial Baptist Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
• unknown
288 East 10th Street at Avenue A (until 1911) – orig. chapel of St. Mark's in-the-Bowery Episcopal
• unknown
[1st] Immanuel German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Yorkville)
  122 East 88th Street at Lexington Avenue (since 1886)
► III/55 John Randolph (1989)
► III/33 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3370 (1953)
► III/34 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 330 (1895)
► II/17 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 340 (1886) – moved to St. Peter's Lutheran, Brooklyn (c.1930)
163 East 87th Street (1880-1886)
• unknown
87th Street near Third Avenue (1867-1879)
• unknown
87th Street near Fourth Avenue (1863-1867)
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• unknown
[2nd] Immanuel German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Yorkville)
  211 East 83rd Street (c.1870-1912) – rejoined First Immanuel Lutheran Church in 1912
Second building (1893-1912) – now St. Elizabeth of Hungary R.C.
• L.C. Harrison (c.1893)
First building (c.1870-1893)
• unknown
Messiah Lutheran Church (Inwood)
  Merged with and renamed St. Matthew Lutheran (1954)
202 Sherman Avenue, near West 207th Street (1927-1954)
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1646 (1937)
Metropolitan Lutheran Inner Mission Chapel NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  See Redeemer Lutheran Chapel
Mount Zion Lutheran Church (Harlem)
  421 West 145th Street at Convent Avenue (since 1944) – orig. Hamilton Grange Reformed
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 526 (1925) – removed
Ninth Avenue German Lutheran Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  782 Ninth Avenue at 52nd Street
• Henry Erben (1877)
Norwegian Seamen's Church – Den Norske Sjømandsmission (Midtown)
  317 East 52nd Street (since 1989)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
49th Street and 2nd Avenue (1983-1989) – moved from Brooklyn (1983)
• unknown, if any
33 First Place at Clinton Street, Brooklyn (1928-1983)
► III/18 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5991 (1931)
• III/26 Alvinza Andrews & Son (1858); blower inst. by Midmer-Losh (1925)
111 Pioneer Street, Brooklyn (1878-1928)
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 307 (1905)
Our Saviour Lutheran Church NE (Washington Heights)
  Merged with Atonement Lutheran to form Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran (1929)
580 West 187th Street (now Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1358 (1915)
525 West 179th Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 972 (1912)
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church (Washington Heights)
  178 Bennett Avenue at 189th Street (since 1929)
► III/33 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9370 (1960); reb. Austin (1982) – moved from Interchurch Center (2007)
► II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5623 (1929)
Redeemer Lutheran Chapel NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  422 West 44th Street (1903->1960) – aka Metropolitan Lutheran Inner Mission Society
• II/19 Richard M. Ferris?
228 West 45th Street (1892-1903) – orig. St. Mary the Virgin; later Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist
• unknown
St. James [English] Lutheran Church NE (Upper East Side)
  902 Madison Avenue at 73rd Street (1890-1938) – Merged with Holy Trinity Lutheran (1938)
• George Jardine & Son (1889)
216 East 15th Street (1856-1890) – became German Masonic Temple; now Friends Seminary
• II/27 Hall & Labagh (1857)
Mulberry Street near Grand Street (1846-1856)
• George Jardine (1837)
Broadway near Grand Street (1845-1846)
• unknown
Canal Street (1843-1845)
Top
• unknown
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (East Harlem)
  217 East 119th Street (1873-1954) – became Iglesia Luterana Sion et al; razed (c.2000)
• II/19 Eifert & Stoehr (1911)
East 127th Street, near Third Avenue (1853-1873) – was German Ref., then St. Paul Episcopal
• unknown
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Greenwich Village)
  81 Christopher Street (since 1858)
► II/22 Austin Organ Company, Op. 2342 (1961)
► III/30 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6867 (1940); electrify Hillgreen, Lane
► III/33 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (1903)
► II/21 unknown German builder (c.1856); enl. 1866
Previous building (location unknown):
• Henry Erben (1848)
St. Luke Lutheran Church (Theatre District)
  308 West 46th Street (since 1923)
► II/23 E. F. Walcker, Op. 5859 (1990)
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3508 (1923)
233 West 42nd Street (1875-1923) – orig. 42nd Street Presbyterian Church
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
318 West 43rd Street (1863-1875)
• unknown
Ninth Avenue and West 35th Street (1850-1863)
• unknown
St. Mark Lutheran Church NE (Lower East Side)
  Merged into Zion Lutheran Church (1940)
325 East Sixth Street (1848-1940) – became Sixth Street Community Synagogue (1940)
• II/ Müller & Abel, Op. 1 (1893)
• II/22 Richard M. Ferris (1846)
St. Matthew [German] Evangelical Lutheran Church (Inwood)
  178 Bennett Avenue at 189th Street (since 2006) – "The Cornerstone Center" of Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church
• none
202 Sherman Avenue near 207th Street
(1945-2006)
Second building (1956-2006)
► II/10 Schlicker Organ Company (1956)
First building (1945-1956) – orig. Messiah Lutheran Mission
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1646 (1937)
421 West 145th Street at Convent Avenue (1906-1944) – orig. Hamilton Grange Reformed Church; now Mount Zion Lutheran Church
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 526 (1925) – burned? (1942)
354 Broome Street at Elizabeth Street (1868-1913) – orig. First Baptist Church
► II/25 Moritz Baumgarten (1869)
Walker Street at Courtland Alley (1826-1868)
• unknown
Frankfort and Williams Streets (1784-1826) – Merged with Christ Church; renamed St. Matthew
• Hall & Erben (1824)
Broadway (1676-1776) – known as Trinity Lutheran
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• John Geib?
St. Paul German-American Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  Merged with Grace Lutheran Church (1944)
123 West 71st Street (1933-1944) – met at Grace Lutheran Church
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 556 (1924)
147 West 123rd Street (1898-1933) – now Greater Metropolitan Baptist Church
► II/35 Müller & Abel, Op. 23 (1897)
St. Paul German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Chelsea)
  315 West 22nd Street (since 1898)
► II/29 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1246 (1897); reb. Konzelman (1994)
220 Sixth Avenue at 15th Street (1842-1898)
Second building (1861-1898)
• Ferris & Stuart (c.1861)
• II/ J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 4 (1860)
First building (1842-1860)
• II/24 Ferris & Stuart (1849)
St. Peter Lutheran Church (Midtown)
  619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street (since 1903):
Present building (since 1977)
► II/43 Klais Orgelbau (1977)
► I/6 Klais Orgelbau (2001) – Chapel
First building (1903-c.1970)
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7626 (1948)
• II/5 Welte Organ Co. (ca.1912) – Sunday School room
► III/32 Eifert & Stoehr (1905)
474 Lexington Avenue at 45th Street (c.1871-1903):
• George Jardine & Son (1872)
Svenska Kyrkan – Swedish Seamen's Church (Midtown)
  5 East 48th Street near Fifth Avenue (since 1978)
► II/17 Walter Thür (1986)
6 Water Street (1927-1978)
• unknown
5 Water Street (1873-1927)
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• unknown
Sion Iglesia Luterana (Zion Lutheran Church) (East Harlem)
  217 East 119th Street (since c.1954) – orig. St. John Lutheran Church of Harlem
• II/ Eifert & Stoehr (1911)
Sixth Avenue Lutheran Church
  See St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church
  359 East 62nd Street (until 1971) – became WBAI radio studio
• Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 207 (1907) – this may be for Gustavus Adolphus Evang. Lutheran
Swedish Seamen's Church
  See Svenska Kyrkan
Transfiguration Lutheran Church (Harlem)
  74 West 126th Street
• unknown
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Upper West Side)
  168 West 100th Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues)
Present building (since 1908)
► III/32 Hutchings Organ Company, Op. 1650 (1909)
First building (1889-1908)
• Woodberry & Harris (1889)
Trinity German Evangelical Lutheran Church
  See Ninth Avenue Lutheran Church
Trinity Lower East Side Lutheran Parish (Lower East Side)
  602 East 9th Street at Avenue B
Present building (since 1993)
• I/5 John M. Crum (1984)
Original building (1863-1993) – built in 1847 as Ninth Street-Dry Dock Methodist Mission
► I/12 Hall & Labagh (1884) – moved to Trinity Lutheran Church, Columbia, S.C. (1973)
• unknown organ from Dresden, Germany (c.1840)
True Light Lutheran Church (Financial District)
  195 Worth Street
• unknown
Washington Heights German Evangelical Lutheran Church
  See Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Washington Heights)
Zion Lutheran Church (Yorkville)
  See Zion-St. Mark Lutheran Church
Zion–St. Mark Lutheran Church (Yorkville)
  339 East 84th Street (since 1892) – orig. German Evangelical Church of Yorkville
Merged with St. Mark's Lutheran (1940)
► II/17 Fenton Organ Company (1912); reb. James A. Konzelman
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• II/15 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 340 (1886)
 
  Methodist (including A.M.E., A.M.E. Zion, Methodist Episcopal, United & Wesleyan)
   
Alanson Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Lower East Side)
  52 Norfolk Street, near Grand Street
• II/18 Ferris & Stuart (1846)
Allen Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Lower East Side)
  126 Allen Street
• Henry Erben (1867)
All Nations United Methodist Church (East Village)
  Merged with Metropolitan-Duane and Washington Square to form The Church of the Village (2005)
48 St. Mark's Place (1975-2005) – orig. First German Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
• I/ Hall (c.19--)
Houston Street at Second Avenue (1922-1975)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3571 (1923)
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Merged into Washington Square Methodist Episcopal Church (1893)
84 Washington Square East (1876-1893) – orig. Washington Square Reformed Dutch Church
► III/26 Richard M. Ferris (1853) – moved to Ocean Grove (N.J.) Auditorium (1895)
Bedford Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Merged with Metropolitan-Duane United Methodist in 1913
Bedford and Morton Streets (1805-1913)
• unknown
Beekman Hill Methodist Episcopal Church (Murray Hill)
  Merged into East 61st Street Methodist Episcopal Church (1921)
317 East 50th Street (1862-1921) – sold to First Reformed Episcopal Church (1921)
• William H. Davis & Son (1873) – Church (built 1873)
• unknown (1862) – Sabbath School Hall (built 1862)
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Harlem)
 
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See First African Methodist Episcopal Church: Bethel
Beulah Wesleyan Methodist Church (Harlem)
  221 West 136th Street (since 1918)
• Estey Organ Company
33 West 133rd Street (1914-1918)
• unknown
Broadway Temple United Methodist Church (Washington Heights)
  4111 Broadway at 173rd Street (present sanctuary since 1952)
► III/35 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1762 (1931) – orig. in W.P. Conway residence in Green Village, NJ; rebuilt and moved by Austin in 1952
► IV/63 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 804 (1929) – not built
Fort Washington Avenue at 178th Street (1907-1923) – Chelsea Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
331 West 30th Street at Ninth Avenue (1849-1907)
• William H. Davis (1890)
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  relocated to 1885 University Avenue (Bronx) in 1923
See Calvary United Methodist Church in the Bronx listings
211 West 129th Street at Seventh Avenue (1877-1923) – now Salem United Methodist Church
► III/32 George Jardine & Son (1877)
Central Methodist Episcopal Church NE
  See The Church of the Village
Chelsea Methodist Episcopal Church (Chelsea)
  See Broadway Temple United Methodist Church
Chinese United Methodist Church (East Village)
  69 Madison Street (since 1966) – orig. Five Points Methodist Mission
• unknown
Christ Church, United Methodist (Upper East Side)
  520 Park Avenue at 60th Street (since 1933)
► IV/76 Casavant Frères, Op. 2588 (1960); rev. 1997
• III/ Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc., Op. 293-C (1933) – move & enlarge Hutchings-Votey organ
► IV/86 W.W. Kimball Co. (1932) – not installed
Madison Avenue at East 60th Street (1883-1933) – known as Madison Avenue M.E. Church
► III/30 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (c.1903) – moved to new church (1933)
► III/34 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 201 (1883)
Church of the Saviour (Methodist Episcopal) (East Harlem)
  163 East 111th Street at Lexington Avenue (1907-?) – orig. Lexington Ave. Baptist; now First Spanish United Methodist (Primera Iglesia Metodista Unida Hispana)
• II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 181 (1881)
109th Street, near Madison Avenue (?-1907)
• unknown
The Church of the Village (Greenwich Village)
  Merger of All Nations, Metropolitan-Duane and Washington Square United Methodist (2005)
201 West 13th Street at Seventh Avenue (since 1932) – orig. Metropolitan Methodist Temple
► III/29 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 880 (1932); rev. John Klauder (1994)
► III/28 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 880 (1932)
50 Seventh Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets (1856-1928) – orig. Central M. E. Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 611 (1908) – burned with church (1928)
• II/24 Ferris & Stuart (1860)
Church on the Hill African Methodist Zion Church (Washington Heights)
  975 St. Nicholas Avenue (since 1949) – orig. Republican Club
• unknown
Cornell Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Upper East Side)
  East 76th Street near Second Avenue
Top
• George Jardine & Son
Duane Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Merged with Metropolitan Methodist Temple (1939)
294 Hudson Street (1864-1939)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924) – rebuild of previous organ
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1911)
Duane Street between Hudson and Greenwich Streets (1797-1862)
• unknown
Eighteenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  305 West 18th Street at Eighth Avenue (1828-1945)
Merged into Metropolitan-Duane Methodist Church (1945)
► II/16 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 103 (1871)
• George Jardine & Son (pre-1869)
Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Chapel (Alphabet City)
  543 East 11th Street (1841-c.1941) – now Father's Heart Church
• unknown
Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Harlem)
  37 West 119th Street (since 1926) – orig. First Reformed Presbyterian Church
► II/10 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1385 (1935)
148 West 62nd Street (before 1926)
• unknown
Fifth Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Upper East Side)
  Lexington Avenue corner 52nd Street (1861-1887) – sold to Lexington Avenue M.E. Church
• unknown
First African Methodist Episcopal Church: Bethel (Harlem)
  52 West 132nd Street (since 1912)
► III/~35 Southfield Organ Builders, Op. 93 (2010); reb. of Casavant
► III/22 Casavant Frères, Op. 1516 (1935)
• II/33 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2835 (1920)
239 West 25th Street (1894-1912) – orig. First Free-Will Baptist Church
• II/23s George Jardine & Son (1894)
2nd Street between Avenues B & C (c.1826-1862)
• unknown
Mott Street (1819-c.1826)
• unknown
First German Methodist Episcopal Church NE (East Village)
  48 St. Mark's Place (1902-1975) – became United Methodist Church of All Nations
• I/ Hall (c.19--)
252 Second Street, near Avenue C (1844-1902)
• unknown
First Spanish United Methodist Church (East Harlem)
  163 East 111th Street at Lexington Avenue – orig. Lexington Ave. Baptist, then Church of the Saviour (M.E.)
Top
• II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 181 (1881)
Five Points Methodist Episcopal Mission NE (The Bowery)
  61 Park Street or "Paradise Square" – intersection of Cross, Orange and Anthony Streets
• George Jardine & Son
Forsyth Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Lower East Side)
  10 Forsyth Street, near Division Street
• II/18 Ferris & Stuart (1859)
Forty-third Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  Merged with St. John M.E. Church to form Union Methodist Episcopal Church (1895)
West 43rd Street near Eighth Avenue (c.1850-1895)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Forty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  461 West 44th Street, near 10th Avenue (aka Janes M.E. Church, West Side M.E. Church)
► II/19 Richard Ferris (c.1863)
Free Tabernacle (Tenderloin)
  See Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
Grace United Methodist Church (Upper West Side)
  125 West 104th Street
Present building (since 1992)
• unknown
Third building (1895-burned 1983)
► III/37 Jesse Woodberry & Co. (1895) – burned with church in 1983
Second building (1890-burned 1983) – Chapel
• unknown
First building (1870-1890) – Chapel
• unknown
Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church (Harlem)
  32 West 123rd Street – orig. Harlem Library
• unknown
Greater Hood Memorial A.M.E. Church (Harlem)
  160 West 146th Street (since 1951)
• unknown
229 Lenox Avenue (1937-1951) – renamed Greater Hood Memorial A.M.E. Zion
• unknown
60 W. 138th Street (1911-1937) – renamed Rush Memorial A.M.E. Zion; now Union Congregational
• unknown
336 East 117th Street (1843-1911) – known as Little Zion A.M.E. Church
• unknown
Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Gramercy Park)
  337 East 17th Street (1854-1918)
► II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 8 (1861)
• II/30 George Jardine (1837) – orig. in First Presbyterian, Jersey City; moved (1850)
• II/14 Carhart & Needham
Janes Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Forty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church
Japanese American United Methodist Church (Chelsea)
  255 Seventh Avenue near 24th Street
• unknown
Jefferson Park Methodist Episcopal Church (East Harlem)
  407 East 114th Street (1906-1977) – now Holy Tabernacle Church (Pentecostal)
Top
• II/ "Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1298 (1926)
John Street United Methodist Church (Financial District)
  44 John Street
Third building (since 1841):
► II/20 Ernest M. Skinner & Son (1946) – orig. for unknown residence?
► II/9 Reuben Midmer & Sons (>1888)
Second building (1818-1841):
• unknown
First building (1768-1817):
• unknown
Korean United Methodist Church & Institute (Morningside Heights)
  633 West 115th Street
• unknown
Lexington Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church 
  See Lexington United Methodist Church
Lexington United Methodist Church (Upper East Side)
  150 East 62nd Street (since 1938)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1981)
• unknown pipe organ (c.1938)
Lexington Avenue corner 52nd Street (1887-1938) – known as Lexington Avenue M.E. Church
built as Fifth Methodist Episcopal Church (1861)
• unknown
Madison Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Upper East Side)
  See Christ Church, United Methodist
Madison Avenue United Methodist Church (Harlem)
  1723 Madison Avenue at 112th Street
• II/ J.H. & C.S. Odell
Metropolitan Community United Methodist Church (Harlem)
  1975 Madison Avenue at 126th Street (since 1942) – orig. St. James M.E. Church
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7750 (1949), reb. by Möller, Op. R-1209 (1991)
► III/38 George Jardine & Son (1871)
Metropolitan-Duane United Methodist Church
  See The Church of the Village
Metropolitan Koryo United Methodist Church
  150 East 62nd Street
• unknown
Metropolitan Methodist Temple
  See The Church of the Village
Mother A.M.E. Zion Church (Harlem)
  140 West 137th Street (since 1925)
► IV/55 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 5565 (1976)
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4206 (1925)
151 West 136th Street (1914-1925) – orig. Holy Innocents Protestant Episcopal Church
• I/3 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 58 (1880) – moved to Methodist Church, Rochester, N.Y.
• II/20 George Jardine & Son (1858)
127 West 89th Street (1904-1914) – later Battery Swedish M. E. Church; then Endicott Theatre
• II/16 William H. Davis (1904)
Bleecker and West 10th Streets (1864-1904) – orig. Greenwich Reformed Dutch Church
• II/22 Davis & Ferris (1846)
Church and Leonard Streets (1800-1864)
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• unknown, if any
Mount Calvary United Methodist Church (Harlem)
  116 Edgecombe Avenue at 140th Street (since c.1922) – orig. Atonement Lutheran Church
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 615 (1956) – rebuild of 1903 organ
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3582 (1923) – Sunday-school hall?
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 396 (1903)
Mulberry Street Methodist Church
  See St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist Church
Park Avenue United Methodist Church (Yorkville)
  106 East 86th Street near Park Avenue (since 1926)
► III/42 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 1022 (1971); rev. Sebastian Glück (2010)
► III/41 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 1022 (1971)
► III/25 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 587 (1926)
1031 Park Avenue at 86th Street (1885-1926)
• II/25 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1151 (1883)
Rose Hill Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Murray Hill)
  27th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
• Hall & Labagh (1872)
St. Andrew Methodist Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  Merged and moved to St. Paul Methodist Episcopal Church (1937)
120 West 76th Street
(1889-1937) – now West Side Institutional Synagogue
• IV/38 Welte Organ Company (1927)
• III/44 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1441 (1890)
123 West 71st Street (1881-1889)
• II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 221 (1885) – moved to St Joseph's RC, Keyport, N.J. (1925)
St. James Methodist Episcopal Church NE (East Harlem)
  1975 Madison Avenue at 126th Street – now Metropolitan Community United Methodist
Second building (1871-1942)
► III/33 George Jardine & Son (1871) – See Metropolitan Community United Methodist Church
First building (1833-1870)
• William H. Davis (1866)
St. John Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  Merged with Forty-third Street M.E. Church to form Union Methodist Episcopal Church (1895)
231 West 53rd Street (1870-1895) – became St. Mark Methodist Episcopal Church
► II/22 George Jardine & Son (c.1870)
St. Luke Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  108 West 41st Street (1872-1899) – orig. Cong'l Church; became Shuberts' Comedy Theatre
• George Jardine & Son (pre-1891)
St. Mark United Methodist Church (Harlem)
  55 Edgecombe Avenue at West 137th Street (since 1926)
► IV/57 Casavant Frères, Op. 1159 (1925); alt. Casavant (1974, 1975)
231 West 53rd Street (1895-1926) – orig. St. John Methodist Episcopal Church
► II/22 George Jardine & Son (c.1870); rev. 1913
139 West 48th Street (1889-1895) – orig. All Souls' Church
• unknown
65 West 35th Street (1873-1889) – orig. Church of the Resurrection
• unknown
St. Paul Methodist Episcopal Church (Upper West Side)
  See St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist Church
St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist Church (Upper West Side)
  263 West 86th Street at West End Avenue (since 1897) – renamed St. Paul & St. Andrew (1937)
► III/42 William W. Laws (1938)
► III/35 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 333 (1895)
Fourth Avenue at 22nd Street (1857-1893) – renamed St. Paul's M.E.Church
• IV/43 George Jardine & Son (1872) – moved to Olivet Memorial Church (1892)
• III/37 George Jardine & Son (1858)
305 Mulberry Street at Bleecker Street (1834-1857) – known as Mulberry Street M.E. Church
• Henry Erben (1843)
Salem United Methodist Church (Harlem)
  2190 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. at 129th Street (since 1923) – orig. Calvary M. E. Church
► IV/26 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-442 (1952) – rebuild of Op. 5796 (1931) from Waldorf=Astoria Hotel
► III/32 George Jardine & Son (1877)
102 West 133rd Street (1908-1923)
► I/9 George Jardine & Son – moved from Thirty-seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church
Second German Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  350 West 40th Street, near Ninth Avenue (1858-closed after 1940)
► I/6 Hinners & Albertsen (1898)
West 43rd Street, near Tenth Avenue (1846-1858)
• unknown
Seventeenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church (Gramercy Park)
 
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See Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church
Seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE ((Lower East Side)
  Merged into Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church (1911)
24 East 7th Street near Third Avenue (1789-1911) – became St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church
• unknown
Sixty-first Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Upper East Side)
  Merged with Madison Avenue M.E. to become Christ Church, M.E. (1933)
229 East 61st Street
• III/37 George Jardine & Son (1875)
Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Lexington United Methodist Church
Sullivan Street Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Washington Square United Methodist Church
Thirty-seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Murray Hill)
  225 East 37th Street (1859-1911)
► I/9 George Jardine & Son (1859?) – moved to Salem Methodist Episcopal Church (c.1911)
[1st] Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (aka Free Tabernacle) NE (Garment District)
  248 West 34th Street, near Eighth Avenue (1856-closed 1880) – became First United Presbyterian
► III/32 George Jardine & Son (1856)
[2nd] Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church NE (East Harlem)
  323 East 118th Street (c.1891-?)
• unknown
Twenty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Chelsea)
  359 West 24th Street, near Ninth Avenue (1860-1913) – became St. Eleftherios Greek Orthodox
• II/20 L.C. Harrison, Op. 66 (1883)
Union Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  Formed by merger of Forty-third Street and St. John Methodist Episcopal Churches (1895)
229 West 48th Street, west of Broadway (1895-c.1948) – site of All Souls Prot. Epis. Church
► II/21 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 328 (1894)
Vestry Street Methodist Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Address unknown
• Henry Erben (1842)
Washington Heights Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Inwood)
  Merged with Broadway Temple (1942)
153d Street and Amsterdam Avenue
• unknown
Washington Square United Methodist Church (Greenwich Village)
  Merged with All Nations and Metropolitan-Duane United Methodist churches (2005)
135 West Fourth Street (1860-2005)
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 378 (1901)
► II/19 Levi U. Stuart (1861)
149 Sullivan Street (1842-1860) – named Sullivan Street M.E.; sold to St. Anthony of Padua RC
• George Jardine (1842)
Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church (Washington Heights)
  See Welsh Presbyterian Church
West Harlem Methodist Episcopal Church
  Also known as Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church
See Salem United Methodist Church
West Side Methodist Episcopal Church
 
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See Forty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church
Williams Institutional Christian Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Harlem)
  2227 Seventh Avenue at 132nd Street (1951-2013) – orig. Lafayette Theater
• unknown
 
  Miscellaneous
   
Bowery Tabernacle (The Bowery)
  65 East Houston Street at Elizabeth Street (1936-?) – orig. Houston Theatre
► II/4 "Style C3" Wurlitzer, Op. 2193 (1936)
Catholic Apostolic Church (Protestant, not Roman Catholic) (Midtown West)
  417 West 57th Street (1887-1995) – became Lutheran Church for All Nations (1995)
• II/11 George Jardine & Son (1887?)
126 West 16th Street (1867-1887) – became Église Évangélique Française (1886)
• II/7 George Jardine & Son? – there in 1920
Greater Refuge Temple (Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith) (Harlem)
  2081 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard (since 1945)
• unknown
56 East 131st Street (1919-1945) – orig. Harlem Casino, then Loew's Seventh Avenue Theatre
• II/9 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1559 (1937)
Mariners' Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Catherine and Madison Streets (1854-1910) – orig. Fourth Free Presbyterian Church
• unknown
73 Roosevelt Street (1820-1854)
• unknown
People's Tabernacle NE (Harlem)
  52 East 102nd Street (1898-1945) – became First Spanish Evangelical Church (razed 1951)
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 518 (1918)
St. Thomas Liberal Catholic Church (Harlem)
  147 West 144th Street
• II/41 Allen Organ Company electronic
Salvation Army Greater New York Division (Chelsea)
  120 West 14th Street, near Sixth Avenue
Present building (since 1930) – Centennial Memorial Temple (orig. National Headquarters)
► IV/37 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2892 (1930)
First building (1895-1929)
• unknown
Soldiers' Mission Chapel NE (Governors Island)
 
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• unknown builder (c.1847)
 
  Moravian (Unity of the Brethren)
   
Christ Church, Moravian
  See First Moravian Church
First Moravian Church
  154 Lexington Avenue (since 1869) (orig. Rose Hill Baptist; then Church of the Mediator)
► II/18 Thomas H. Wood (1902); reb. of 1840 Henry Erben organ
• II//21 Henry Erben (1840) – moved from Eglise du St. Esprit (1863)
Home in Twenty-ninth Street (1863-1866)
• unknown
Mott and Houston Streets (1845-1863) – known as Christ Church
• Hall & Erben (1835) – moved from old church
106 Fulton Street – known as Christ Church
Second building (1829-1845)
• Hall & Erben (September 1835)
• Hall & Erben (1835) – burned (August 1835)
• Henry Erben (1824) – moved from old church
First building (1752-1829)
• Henry Erben (1824)
• John Geib (1815)
• unknown (<1755) – sold for $100 to Moravian Church in Staten Island (1815)
Fourth Moravian Church NE
  Merged with Third Moravian Church to form United Moravian Church
470 West 143rd Street
► I/4 Geo. Kilgen (c.1855)
124 West 136th Street (1908-?)
• unknown
German Moravian Church NE
  Orchard Street near Stanton Street (1859-closed 1862)
• unknown
Second Moravian Church
  Wilkins Avenue at Jennings Street, Bronx (since 1906) – See Tremont Terrace Moravian
► II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4415 (1929); alt.
636 East 6th Street near Avenue C (1872-1906)
• George Ryder
Third Moravian Church NE
  Merged with Fourth Moravian Church to form United Moravian Church
410 West 45th Street (orig. 4th German Mission Dutch Ref.; now Crossroads Seventh-day Adv.)
• unknown
224 West 63rd Street(1901-?)
• unknown
United Christian Brethren Church
  Third Avenue, near Lewis
• unknown
United Moravian Church
  200 East 127th Street (since 1977)
• unknown
2100 Lexington Avenue (until 1977) – merger of Third and Fourth Moravian churches
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• unknown
 
  Nazarene
   
Lambs Church of the Nazarene
  130 West 44th Street (since 1975) – orig. The Lambs Club
• unknown
   
  Non-Denominational
   
Broome Street Tabernacle NE (Little Italy)
  395 Broome Street at Centre Market Place (1885-1958)
• George Jardine & Son (1885)
Charlton Street Memorial Church (Hudson Square)
  Merged into Bethlehem Memorial Presbyterian Chapel (1931)
34-40 Charlton Street (1911-1931) – became Elisabeth Irwin High School (1941)
► II/11 Eifert & Stoehr (1912)
Crenshaw Christian Center East (Upper West Side)
  Central Park West at 96th Street (since 2003) – orig. First Church of Christ, Scientist
► IV/68 Hook & Hastings Company (1930)
► IV/66 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Op. 483 (1903)
"Deems Memorial" Church of the Strangers NE (Midtown West
  309 West 57th Street
Second building (1928-1944) – became Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist; now Le Bar Bat
• unknown
First building (1898-1928) – orig. Sixth Universalist, then Central Congregational Church
► III/26 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1569 (1913) – possibly moved to new building (1928)
• II/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 6 (1873) – moved to Carnegie Lyceum as M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1706 (1913)
299 Mercer Street at Waverly Place (1870-1898) – orig. Mercer Street Presbyterian Church
► II/18 Henry Erben (1839) – moved to St. Paul Lutheran, The Bronx (1923 or 1925)
Olivet Memorial Church (Lower East Side)
  59 East Second Street
Second building (1891-1942) – now Protection of the Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Cathedral
► II/15 Aeolian-Votey, Op. 1663 (1928)
• IV/43 George Jardine & Son (1872) – moved from St. Paul M.E. Church (1892)
First building (1867-1891)
• unknown
St. Paul's Community Church (Hamilton Heights)
  256 West 145th Street (since 1952) – orig. Odeon 145th Street Theatre
► III/33 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-549 (1955) – orig. Mecca Temple Möller, Op. 3963 (1926)
The United Church (aka The Palace Cathedral) (Washington Heights)
  175th Street and Broadway (since 1969) – orig. Loew's 175th Street Theatre
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► IV/23 Robert Morton Organ Co. (1930)
 
  Pentecostal
   
Ebenezer Gospel Tabernacle (Harlem)
  221 Malcolm X Boulevard at 121st Street (since 1942) – orig. Lenox Avenue Unitarian Church
► II/12 Reuben Midmer & Sons
• II/10 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 508 (1891)
Holy Tabernacle Church (Harlem)
  407 East 114th Street (since c.1977) – orig. Jefferson Park Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/ "Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1298 (1926)
New Covenant Holiness Church (Washington Heights)
  512 West 157th Street – orig. Day Star Baptist Church
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1166 (1913)
 
  Presbyterian
   
Adams-Parkhurst Memorial Presbyterian Church NE (Murray Hill)
  Merged into Church of the Covenant (1965)
207 East 30th Street (1875-1965)
► II/15 Levi U. Stuart (c.1875)
Allen Street Presbyterian Church NE (Lower East Side)
  126 Forsyth Street (1890-?) – became Cong. Poel Zedek Anshe Ileya; now Seventh-day Adventist
• unknown
Allen Street, near Grand Street (1823-1887)
• I/11 George Jardine & Son (1856)
Madison Street, near Catharine Street (1817-1823)
• unknown if any
Ascension, Presbyterian Church of the NE (Harlem)
  Merged with Mount Morris Presbyterian Church
340 East 106th Street
• unknown
Bethlehem Memorial Presbyterian Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Merged into Charlton Street Memorial Church in 1931
196 Bleecker Street (1890-1931) – now Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin HS
• unknown
Bleecker Street Presbyterian Church
  See Broadway Presbyterian Church
The Brick Presbyterian Church (Carnegie Hill)
  Park Avenue at 91st Street (since 1940)
► IV/118 Casavant Frères, Op. 3837 (2005)
► IV/110 Austin Organs, Op. 2400; rev. Shultz (1996)
► IV/106 Austin Organs, Op. 2400 (1963, 1986)
► IV/92 Ernest M. Skinner & Son Co. (1940) – from Fifth Avenue building
Chapel:
► II/26 Guilbault-Thérien (1996)
► II/30 Weiss & Turney (c.196-)
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8568 (1953)
1010 Park Avenue at 85th Street (1937-1940) – formerly Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 (1886); reb. Austin (1911)
Fifth Avenue at 37th Street (1858-1937)
► IV/87 Ernest M. Skinner Co., Op. 280 (1917) – moved to new church (1940)
► III/50 George S. Hutchings, Op. 428 (1898) – moved by EMS to Trinity Epis, Oshkosh, WI (1917)
► II/32 Richard M. Ferris (1858); reb. Wm. J. Stuart (ca. 1866); moved to rear H.L. Roosevelt (1883)
• Unknown builder (1872) – Lecture Room
Beekman and Nassau Streets (1767-1858) – known as New or Second Church
• none
Broadway Presbyterian Church (Morningside Heights)
  Broadway at 114th Street (since 1912)
► III/36 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2513 (1969)
► IV/35 Austin Organ Company, Op. 399 (1912)
286 Fourth Avenue at 22nd Street (1855-1912) – known as Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church
► II/27 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 265 (1889)
► II/23 Richard M. Ferris (1856)
65 Bleecker Street (1826-1855) – known as Bleecker Street Presbyterian Church
• unknown
Canal Street Presbyterian Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  17 Greene Street, near Canal Street (?-closed 1894)
• George Jardine & Son (1870)
Orange (now Baxter) Street near Grand Street (1808-?) – Irish Pres.; ren. Orange St. (1822)
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• unknown
Carmine Street Presbyterian Church NE
  See West Presbyterian Church
Central Presbyterian Church (Upper East Side)
  593 Park Avenue at 64th Street (since 1930) – orig. Park Avenue Baptist Church
► IV/79 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8000 (1950)
► IV/69 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1027 (1941) – 18 new ranks to H&H organ
► IV/57 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2455 (1922)
Madison Avenue at East 57th Street (1915-1930) – orig. Madison Avenue Reformed Church
• III/30s Austin Organ Company, Op. 53 (1901) – moved to South Presbyterian, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
220 West 57th Street (1876-1915) – moved from old church (1915)
• III/30s Austin Organ Company, Op. 53 (1901)
Broome Street between Elin and Marion Streets (1822-1876) – later Broome St. Cong'l?
► II/18 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 185 (1855)
Charles Street Scotch United Presbyterian Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  39 & 41 Charles Street (1844-1913)
► II/7 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 71 (1903)
Sixth Avenue at West 3rd Street (1842-1844) – known as Third Associate Church
• unknown
Thompson and Prince Streets (1836-1842) – orig. Second Associate Congregational Church
• unknown
Chelsea Presbyterian Church NE (Chelsea)
  Merged into Greenwich Presbyterian Church (1956)
214 West 23rd Street (1927-1946) – first skyscraper church in NYC
• unknown
210 West 23rd Street (1854-1927) – known as [West] Twenty-third Street Presbyterian Church
• II/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 44 (c.1880)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1861)
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1853)
353 West 22nd Street (1834-1854) – known as Eighth Avenue Presbyterian Church
• II/24 George Jardine (1843)
Christ Chapel, Presbyterian NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  See Faith Presbyterian Church
Christ Presbyterian Church NE (Garment District)
  336 West 36th Street (1905-?) – became Postgraduate Center of Mental Health
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5531 (1929)
► II/10 George S. Hutchings (c.1905)
228 West 35th Street (1867-1905) – known as Brick Church West Side Mission Chapel
• unknown
Covenant, Presbyterian Church of the (Tudor City)
  310 East 42nd Street (since 1871)
► II/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6763 (1939) – discarded (2013)
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 170 (1887)
28 Fourth Avenue at 35th Street (1865-1894)
• III/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 111 (1882)
► II/33 Levi U. Stuart (1866)
Church of the Crossroads NE (Union Square)
  242 East 14th Street – orig. Labor Temple
► III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1743 (1930) – see Labor Temple
Church of the Master (Morningside Heights)
  360 West 122nd Street at Morningside Avenue (since 1938) – orig. Morningside Presbyterian
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 466 (1907)
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• unknown (c.1893)
Church of the Puritans NE (Harlem)
  15 West 130th Street, near Fifth Avenue (1875-1936) – now St. Ambrose Episcopal
► II/24 George Jardine & Son (1875) – moved to St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Harlem
Church of the Redeemer (German) NE (Upper East Side)
  237 East 62nd Street – became Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church
► I/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 259 (1888) – see Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church
East Harlem Presbyterian Church NE (Harlem)
  233 East 116th Street (1868-1924) – became First Magyar Church; now First Sharon Baptist Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 346 (1906)
1720 Madison Avenue
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 346 (1906) – moved to First Magyar Church
Église Évangélique Française (French Evangelical Church, Presbyterienne) (Chelsea)
  126 West 16th Street (since 1886) – orig. Catholic Apostolic Church
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4521 (1930)
• II/7 George Jardine & Son (<1891)
Eighth Avenue Presbyterian Church NE
  See Chelsea Presbyterian Church
Eighty-fourth Street Presbyterian Church NE 
  See West-Park Presbyterian Church
Eighty-sixth Street Presbyterian Church NE
  See First Union Presbyterian Church
Eleventh Presbyterian Church NE (Upper East Side)
  East 55th Street at Third Avenue
See Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church (Alphabet City)
  737 East 6th Street
Present building (since 1970)
► I/9 George Jardine & Son (1864)
First building (1874-1970)
► I/9 George Jardine & Son (1864) – orig. in the Baptist Church, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
• Henry Erben (1843)
Faith Chapel – West Presbyterian Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  423 West 46th Street (1872-1883) – became Faith Presbyterian Church; now St. Clement Epis.
• unknown
Faith Presbyterian Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  Merged into Good Shepherd Presbyterian and renamed Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian (1920)
359 West 48th Street (1897-1920) – aka Christ Chapel – orig. Fourth Reformed Church
► II/23 Fred E. Raynor & Co. (1897)
423 West 46th Street (1883-1897) – orig. Faith Chapel
• unknown
Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church NE
  See Phillips Presbyterian Church
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church (Midtown)
  7 West 55th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1875)
► IV/118 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2374 (1961); rev. Angerstein (1999)
► IV/120 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2374 (1961)
► IV/70 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 206 (1913)
► III/51 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 316 (1893)
► III/49 George Jardine & Son (1875)
Fifth Avenue at 19th Street (1852-1875)
► III/36 George Jardine & Son (1855)
Chapel (since 1925)
► II/13 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2530 (1970)
► II/13 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 514 (1925)
Lecture Room (1875-1925) – in Church Annex
► II/5 Ernest M. Skinner Company (1913) – included with Op. 206 in Sanctuary
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► II/10 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 60 (1879)
Fifty-fifth Street Presbyterian Church
  See Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
First Chinese Presbyterian Church (Chinatown)
  61 Henry Street at Market Street (since 1951)
– orig. "Kirk on Rutgers Farm" then "Church of the Sea and Land"
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic, Model MDS-50 (1992)
► II/16 Henry Erben (1841); reb. by G. F. Adams (1973) – OHS Citation #12 (1977)
► II/14 Henry Erben (1841); reb. by Geo. Jardine & Son (1860s)
► II/15 Henry Erben (1841); reb of 1824 Hall & Erben
• I/ Hall & Erben (1824)
225 East 31st Street (1910-1951) – known as Chinese First Presb.; later Huie Kin Memorial Presb.
• unknown
First Colored Presbyterian Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Frankfort Street corner of William Street (1821-?)
• unknown if any
First German Presbyterian Church NE (East Village)
  St. Mark's Place and First Avenue (1870-closed 1872)
• unknown
East 13th Street near Avenue A (1869-1870)
• unknown
East 10th Street and Avenue A (1866-1869)
• unknown
Sixth Street near Second Avenue (1860-1866)
• unknown
4th Street and Avenue C (1858-1860)
• unknown
First Magyar Church NE (Harlem)
  233 East 116th Street (1924-?) – orig. East Harlem Presbyterian; became First Sharon Baptist
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 345 (1906)
First Presbyterian Church (Greenwich Village)
  12 West 12th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1846)
► IV/93 Sebastian Glück, Op. 12 (2007)
► IV/84 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2408 (1961), rev. Sebastian Glück (1999)
► IV/92 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2408 (1961)
► IV/72 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 293 (1920)
► III/52 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 364 (1887)
Chapels and Lecture Room
► II/6 Sebastian Glück, Op. 8 (2004) – Alexander Chapel
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1970s) – Alexander Chapel
► II/7 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 30010 (1938) – original chapel
► II/12 Methuen Organ Company (1897) – Lecture Room
First Reformed Presbyterian Church NE (Harlem)
  39 West 119th Street (1887-?) – became Mount Zion Temple; now Emanuel A.M.E. Church
• unknown builder – repaired (1909) and tuned (1923) by J.H. & C.S. Odell
123 West 12th Street (1849-1887) – became Second United Presbyterian Church
• unknown, if any
First Reformed Presbyterian Church of Harlem (Harlem)
  39 West 119th Street (1887-?) – now Emanuel A.M.E. Church
• unknown
First Spanish Presbyterian Church
  See Iglesia el Camino
First Union Presbyterian Church NE (aka Eighty-sixth Street Presbyterian)
  See Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
First United Presbyterian Church NE (Upper West Side)
  12 West 108th Street (1905-?) – became Southern Baptist Church (1953)
• unknown
250 West 34th Street (1889-1905) – razed for Penn. Station; orig. Trinity Methodist Episcopal
► III/32 George Jardine & Son (1857) – see Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
First United Presbyterian Church of Harlem NE (Harlem)
  233 East 116th Street (1868-1887) – became East Harlem Presbyterian; then First Magyar Church; now First Sharon Baptist Church
• unknown
Fort George, Iglesia Presbiteriana (Washington Heights)
  1525 St. Nicholas Avenue at 186th Street (since 1927)
• II/ Baldwin Church Music Systems electronic
• II/ Unknown Builder (1927)
West 185th Street (1918-1927)
• unknown
Fort Washington Heights, Iglesia Presbiterian (Washington Heights)
  21 Wadsworth Avenue at 174th Street – orig. Fort Washington Presbyterian Church
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► III/21 Austin Organ Company, Op. 457 (1914)
Fort Washington Presbyterian Church
  See Fort Washington Heights, Iglesia Presbiteriana
Forty-second Street Presbyterian Church NE (Hell's Kitchen / Clinton)
  233 West 42nd Street (1850-dissolved 1875) – became St. Luke Lutheran Church
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Forty-third Street Presbyterian Church NE
  address unknown
• II/ George Jardine & Son, Op. 57 (1867) – became core of organ at St. Patrick RC, Watervliet, N.Y.
Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church NE (Union Square)
  Merged into Thirteenth Street Presbyterian (1910)
214 East 14th Street at Second Avenue – became Labor Temple (c.1910-1924)
► III/37 A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 700 (1899) – moved to Crawford Memorial Methodist, Bronx (1930)
► II/22 Hall & Labagh (1851)
Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church
  See Broadway Presbyterian Church
Fourth Free Presbyterian Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Catherine and Madison Streets (1836-1854) – became Mariners' Church
• unknown
Fourth Presbyterian Church NE (Upper West Side)
  2072 Newbold Avenue at Olmstead (Bronx) (since 1954)
• unknown
302 West 91st Street at West End Avenue (1892-1953) – now Annuniciation Greek Orthodox
► III/37 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 563 (1927) – See Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
• II/17 Farrand & Votey, Op. 721 (c.1893)
West 34th Street (1867-1892)
• II/23 George Jardine & Son (1875)
Grand and Mercer Streets (1824-1867) – known as First Associate Presbyterian Church
• unknown
French Evangelical Church, Presbyterienne (Chelsea)
  See Église Évangélique Française
Good Shepherd–Faith Presbyterian Church (Lincoln Center)
  152 West 66th Street (since 1887)
► II/25 George S. Hutchings, Op. 309 (1893)
Greenwich Presbyterian Church (aka Thirteenth Street Presbyterian, Village Presbyterian)
  See Village Presbyterian Church
Harlem-New York Presbyterian Church (now Mt. Morris-Ascension Presbyterian)
  See Harlem Presbyterian Church
Harlem Presbyterian Church NE (Harlem)
  Merged and moved to Rutgers Presbyterian Church (1942)
Merged with New York Presbyterian and renamed Harlem-New York Presbyterian (1915)
15 Mount Morris Park West (1906-1942) – now Mt. Morris-Ascension Presbyterian Church
• III/35reg Hook & Hastings, Op. 2100 (1906)
43 East 125th Street at Madison Avenue (1872-1905) – became 3rd Church of Christ, Scientist
• II/ J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 325 (1894) – Chancel
► III/36 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 129 (1873) – Gallery
127th Street (1840s-1872)
• unknown
Hope Chapel (Presbyterian) NE (Alphabet City)
  339 East 4th Street (1893-1910)
George Jardine & Son (<1869?)
Houston Street Presbyterian Church NE (Washington Square)
  Fifth Avenue at Houston Street (1831-?) – orig. named Third Free Presbyterian Church
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• Henry Erben (1851)
Iglesia el Camino (First Spanish Presbyterian Church)
  141 Audubon Avenue at 172nd Street (since c.1955) – orig. Washington Heights United Presb.
• II/17 George Jardine & Son (c.1894)
Jan Hus Presbyterian Church
  351 East 74th Street
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 251 (1888) – removed (1969)
John Hall Memorial Presbyterian Church NE (Upper East Side)
  Began as mission of Fifth Avenue Presb.; became independent church in 1947
347 East 63rd Street at First Avenue (1904-closed 1957)
• unknown
Knox Presbyterian Church NE (Upper East Side)
  252 East 72nd Street (1887-1904) – now St. John the Martyr Catholic Church
• unknown (c.1887)
Labor Temple NE (Union Square)
  242 East 14th Street (1924-1957) – later Crossroads Presbyterian; then Cong. Tifereth Israel
► III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1743 (1930)
225 Second Avenue (1910-1924) – orig. Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church
► III/37 A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 700 (1899)
Lenox Presbyterian Church (Hamilton Heights)
  See St. Nicholas Avenue Presbyterian Church
[1st] Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Murray Hill)
  Madison Avenue at 29th Street
Second building (1873 - ?)
• Levi U. Stuart
First building (? - 1873)
• I/14 Richard M. Ferris (1852)
[2nd] Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Midtown)
  Madison Avenue at 47th Street (1878-<1883) – breakoff from Madison Avenue Reformed Church
• II/10 George Jardine & Son (1880)
[3rd] Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (Lenox Hill)
  921 Madison Avenue at 73rd Street (since 1899) – site of Phillips Presbyterian Church
► III/73 Casavant Frères, Op. 2660 (1961); rev. Schantz (2000); reb. Casavant (2011)
► III/70 Casavant Frères, Op. 2660 (1961)
► IV/73 Casavant Frères, Op. 1000 (1923)
► III/35 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1880 (1900)
► II/4 Schantz Organ Co., Op. 506 (1961) – Chapel
506 Madison Avenue at 53rd Street (1872-1899) – ren. Madison Ave. Presbyterian (1883)
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 116 (1872)
55th Street, between Lexington and Third (1864-1872) – ren. Presbyterian Memorial Ch. (1871)
• Henry Erben (1864)
Avenue C, corner of 4th Street (1842-1864)
• I/8 George Jardine & Son (1857)
4th Street (1839-1842) – named Eleventh Presbyterian – orig. Manhattan Island Presbyterian bldg.
• unknown
Madison Square Presbyterian Church NE (Madison Square)
  Merged into First Presbyterian Church (1918)
11 Madison Avenue, northeast corner of 24th Street (1906-1919)
• IV/77 Hutchings-Votey, Op. 1550 (c.1904)
7 Madison Avenue, southeast corner of 24th Street (1854-1906)
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• III/43 Hall & Labagh (1857)
Memorial Chapel – Church of the Covenant
  See Church of the Covenant
Memorial Chapel – Madison Square Presbyterian Church
  See Adams-Parkhurst Presbyterian Church
Memorial Presbyterian Church
  See Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
Mercer Street Presbyterian Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  299 Mercer Street at Waverly Place – became Church of the Strangers (1870)
► II/18 Henry Erben (1839) – moved to St. Paul Lutheran, The Bronx (1923 or 1925)
Mizpah Chapel – Central Presbyterian Church
  See Trinity Presbyterian Church
Morningside Presbyterian Church NE (Morningside Heights)
  Merged into West End Presbyterian Church (1938)
360 West 122nd Street at Morningside Avenue (1893-1938) – became Church of the Master
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 466 (1907)
• unknown (c.1893)
Mount Morris–Ascension Presbyterian Church (Harlem)
  15 Mount Morris Park West at 122nd Street (since 1942) – orig. Harlem Presbyterian Church
• II/13 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3262 (1952)
• III/35 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2100 (1906)
Mount Washington Presbyterian Church (Inwood)
  84 Vermilyea Avenue at 204th Street (since 1929)
► III/28 Hall Organ Company (1929)
Kingsbridge Road corner Inwood Street (1844-1929)
• unknown
New York Presbyterian Church NE (Harlem)
  Merged into Harlem Presbyterian Church (1915)
151 West 128th Street
(1885-1915) – became Metropolitan Baptist Church (1918)
• George Jardine & Son (1893)
167 West 11th Street (1874-1884) – became Third Universalist Society
• unknown
Houston and Thompson (until 1873)
• unknown
North Presbyterian Church (Washington Heights)
  529 West 155th Street (since 1904)
► III/~38 Unknown Builder
► III/32 Estey Organ Company, Op. 228 (1905)
374 Ninth Avenue at 31st Street (1847-1904)
II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Northminster Presbyterian Church NE (Upper West Side)
  141 West 115th Street (1906-1931) – became Memorial Baptist Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 517 (1908)
Park Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Upper East Side)
  Merged with The Brick Church (1937), remaining here until 1940
1010 Park Avenue at 85th Street (1914-1937) – orig. South Reformed Church
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 (1886); reb. Austin (1911) – See The Brick Church
145 East 86th Street at Lexington Avenue (?-1914) – known as First Union Presbyterian
• II/18 James Jackson (18??); rev. L.U. Stuart (1860)
Park Presbyterian Church
  See West-Park Presbyterian Church
Phillips Presbyterian Church NE (Lenox Hill)
  Merged into Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (1899)
Madison Avenue, northeast corner of East 73rd Street (1858-1899)
Second building (1874-1899) – replaced by present Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (1899)
• Hall & Labagh (1874)
First building (1858-1874)
• unknown
15th Street, betw. Irving Pl. & Third Ave. (1844-1858) – known as Fifteenth Street Presbyterian
• II/22 Hall & Labagh (1851)
Presbyterian Memorial Church
 
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See Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
Redeemer Presbyterian Church (Upper East Side)
  Hunter College Auditorium
69th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues
► IV/70s Allen Organ Company electronic (2001) – moved from Trinity Baptist Church (2011)
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church (Harlem)
  59 West 137th Street (since 1927) – orig. St. James Presbyterian Church
• unknown
122 West 129th Street (1916-1927) – now Holy Cross African Orthodox Pro-Cathedral
• unknown
Romeyn Chapel NE (Stuyvesant Town)
  420 East 14th Street – orig. Epis. Chapel of the Bread of Life; later St. Stephen of Hungary RC
► I/2 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 49 (1879)
Rutgers Presbyterian Church (Upper West Side)
  236 West 73rd Street (since 1926)
► IV/73 Southfield Organ Builders, Op. 66 (2005)
► IV/44 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4276 (1926)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4277 (1926) – Chapel
Broadway corner 73rd Street (1890-1926)
Church building (1890-1926)
► II/22 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 436 (1890)
Chapel building (1888-1926)
• unknown
90 Madison Avenue at 29th Street (1863-1890)
Second building (1873-1888) – became Scottish Rite Hall (1888)
• unknown. Ferris & Stuart moved?
First building (1863-1873) – orig. Lenox Chapel
►II/18 Ferris & Stuart (1870)
Second church at Rutgers and Henry Streets (1842-1863) – now St. Teresa R.C. Church
• III/36 Thomas Robjohn (1858?)
Rutgers and Henry Streets (1798-1842)
• unknown, if any
St. James Presbyterian Church (Hamilton Heights)
  409 West 141st Street at St. Nicholas Avenue (since 1927) – orig. Lenox Presbyterian
► III/27 Estey Organ Co., Op. 3112A (1940-51) – moved from Christ Epis., Short Hills, N.J. (c.1957)
► II/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 414 (1905)
59 West 137th Street (1915-1927) – now Rendall Memorial Presbyterian
• II/19 George Jardine & Son
359 West 51st Street (1903-1915) – orig. West Fifty-first Street Presbyterian
• unknown
211 West 32nd Street (c.1895-1903) – displaced by Pennsylvania Station
• II/19 George Jardine & Son (c.1895)
St. Nicholas Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Hamilton Heights)
  Originally named Lenox Presbyterian Church; merged into North Presbyterian Church (1927)
409 West 141st Street at St. Nicholas Avenue
(1905-1927) – now St. James Presbyterian
► II/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 414 (1905)
310 West 139th Street (1893-1905) – now Grace Congregational Church
• unknown
Scotch Presbyterian Church
  See Second Presbyterian Church
Sea and Land, Church of the (Chinatown)
  61 Henry Street at Market Street (dissolved 1972) – now First Chinese Presbyterian Church
– orig. "Kirk on Rutgers Farm"
► I/? Hall & Erben (1824) rebuilt by Henry Erben as II/15 (1841)
Second Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (NOHO)
  44 Second Avenue (1832-1842)
• unknown, if any
Second Presbyterian Church (Upper West Side)
  6 West 96th Street, near Central Park West (since 1929)
► IV/45 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1640 (1929); reb. James A. Konzelman Organs (1978)
► IV/63 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1640 (1929)
Central Park West at 96th Street (1894-1929) – renamed Second Presbyterian Church
► III/40 George Jardine & Son (1894)
53 West 14th Street (1853-1894)
• unknown
Grand Street at Mercer (1837-1852) – sold to Fourth Presbyterian Church
• unknown, if any
Cedar Street (1768-1837) – known as Scots or Scotch Presbyterian Church
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• unknown, if any
Second Presbyterian Church of Harlem
  See Church of the Pilgrims, Presbyterian
Second Reformed Presbyterian Church NE (Chelsea)
  Merged into Second United Presbyterian Church (c.1913)
Seventh Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets (1910-c.1913)
• unknown
227 West 39th Street (1874-1910) – orig. Congregation Adas Jeshurun
• unknown, if any
167 West 11th Street (1856-1874)
• unknown, if any
166 Waverly Place (1830-1856) – became Abyssinian Baptist Church
• unknown, if any
Second United Presbyterian Church NE (Washington Heights)
  141 Audubon Avenue at 172nd Street (c.1916-c.1955) – now Iglesia el Camino
► II/16 George Jardine & Son (c.1894)
119-125 West 12th Street (?-c.1916) – orig. First Reformed Presbyterian Church
► II/13 William H. Davis (1907)
Seventh Associate Presbyterian Church NE (Hell's Kitchen / Clinton)
  432 West 44th Street – later sold to West 44th Street Presbyterian; became Actors' Studio (1955)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 57 (1867)
Seventh Presbyterian Church NE (Lower East Side)
  Broome Street, corner Ridge Street (1842-1934)
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2233 (1924)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Sheriff Street, near Broome (1818-1842)
• unknown if any
Shiloh Presbyterian Church NE (Chelsea)
  167 West 26th Street (?-1888)
• unknown
Prince Street, head of Marion Street (1851-?)
• II/30 George Jardine & Son (1857)
Old Swamp Church on Frankfort Street (1831-1851)
• unknown
119 Elm (Lafayette) Street (1824-1831)
• unknown
Spring Street Presbyterian Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  246 Spring Street at Varick Street
Second building (1836-1963)
► II/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1116 (1910)
► II/15 George W. Earle (1868) – possibly moved by Möller to Our Lady of Vilnius R.C. Church
First building (1811-1835)
• I/14 Henry Erben (1830)
Thirteenth Street Presbyterian Church (aka Greenwich Presbyterian, Village Presbyterian)
  See Village Presbyterian Church
Trinity Presbyterian Church (Midtown West)
  422 West 57th Street (since 1886) – orig. named Mizpah Chapel of Central Presbyterian Church
• unknown
Twenty-fifth Street Presbyterian Church NE (Chelsea)
  161 West 25th Street (until 1886?) – became St. Philip Episcopal Church (1886)
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• unknown
Twenty-third Street Presbyterian Church
  See Chelsea Presbyterian Church
University Place Presbyterian Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Merged into First Presbyterian Church (1918)
49 University Place at East 10th Street (1845-1918)
► III/37 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 147 (1884)
• Henry Erben (1853)
► III/26 Henry Erben (1845)
Vandewater Street Presbyterian Church NE (Brooklyn Bridge)
  Vandewater Street (1821-1829)
► III/13 Hall & Erben (1824)
Village Presbyterian Church (aka Thirteenth Street, Greenwich Presbyterian) (Greenwich Village)
  145 West 13th Street (1846-1975) – converted to condos (1978)
• unknown "modern organ" (1941) – removed c.1975
► II/18 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 391? (1902)
• Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 111 (1883) – burned (1902)
• II/24 Richard M. Ferris (1855); reb. by Roosevelt
• II/24 Henry Erben (1853) – burned (1855)
Washington Heights Presbyterian Church NE (Washington Heights)
  Merged into North Presbyterian Church (1905)
1920 Amsterdam Avenue at 155th Street (1860-1905)
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1867)
Washington Heights United Presbyterian Church NE (Washington Heights)
  141 Audubon Avenue (1894-?) – now Iglesia el Camino
• unknown
Washington Square Presbyterian Church
  See University Place Presbyterian Church
Welsh Presbyterian Church NE (Washington Heights)
  505 West 155th Street at Amsterdam Avenue (c.1913-?) – now Greater File Chapel Baptist
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 479A (1912) – moved from Broadway Baptist Church (1922)
225 East 13th Street (?-c.1913) – became St. Mary's Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite
► II/10 Estey Organ Company – Phonorium "Style O 86" reed organ (1896)
Broome Street, near the Bowery (1833-?) – changed to Presbyterian (1833)
• unknown
Mulberry Street (c.1824-1833) – org. as Welsh Congregational Church
• unknown
West End Presbyterian Church (Upper West Side)
  165 West 105th Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1887)
► III/30 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 608 (1953)
► III/18 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1608 (1913)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (c.1892) – moved by Möller to St. Francis of Assisi, Newburgh, N.Y. (1913)
West Forty-fourth Street United Presbyterian Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  432 West 44th Street (?-1944) – orig. Seventh Assoc. Presbyterian; became Actors' Studio (1955)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 57 (1867)
West Presbyterian Church NE (Times Square)
  Merged into Park Presbyterian Church (1911)
31 West 42nd Street (1862-1911)
• III/28 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 145 (1884)
► II/25 Ferris & Stuart (1865)
Carmine Street, head of Varick Street (1831-1862) – orig. known as Carmine Street Church
• II/20 George Jardine (1842)
• Unknown Builder
West Side Chapel – Fourth Presbyterian Church NE (Garment District)
  439 West 33rd Street
• unknown
West Twenty-third Street Presbyterian Church
  See Chelsea Presbyterian Church
West-Park Presbyterian Church (Upper West Side)
  539 Amsterdam Avenue at 86th Street (since 1884) – built as Park Presbyterian Church
Renamed West-Park Presbyterian after merger with West Presbyterian Church (1911)
► III/44 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2208 (1954)
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7913 (1949) – Chapel?
• III/21s Austin Organ Company, Op. 356 (1911)
• II/15 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 453 (1890)
Corner 84th Street and 11th Avenue (1854-1884)
• unknown
Westminster Presbyterian Church NE (Chelsea)
  Merged with West 23rd Street Presbyterian (1890)
151 West 22nd Street
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• Hall & Labagh (1868)
 
  Reformed Church in America (Dutch Reformed Church)
   
African Reformed Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Duane Street near Hudson Street (org. 1823)
• unknown
Avenue B Reformed Church (German) NE (Alphabet City)
  Merged with St. Peter Reformed to become Trinity Reformed Church, Brooklyn (1919)
Avenue B and 5th Street (1874-1919)
• unknown
Bethany Memorial Reformed Church (Upper East Side)
  344 East 69th Street (since 2002) – sharing facilities of First Hungarian Reformed Church
• II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4140 (1925)
400 East 67th Street at First Avenue (1910-2002) – building razed (2002)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 578; enl. by Odell (unknown date) – removed (2002)
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 578 (1932)
1044 First Avenue (1906-1910)
• unknown
60th Street and First Avenue (1882-1906) – mission of Madison Avenue Reformed
• unknown
Bloomingdale Reformed Church NE (Upper West Side)
  949 West End Avenue at 106th Street (1905-1913)
► II/26 George Jardine & Son (1885); reb. W.W. Kimball (1905)
West 68th Street and the Boulevard (Broadway)
Third building (1885-1905):
• II/24 George Jardine & Son (1885)
Second building (1814-1869):
• unknown
First building (c.1806-1814):
• unknown
Broome Street Dutch Reformed Church NE
  See Thirty-fourth Street Dutch Reformed Church
Central Reformed Church NE (East Village)
  9th Street at Second Avenue (1831-1861) – known as Ninth Street Ref. Church until 1855
• unknown
De Witt Chapel (Collegiate) NE (Chelsea)
  Merged into Thirty-fourth Street Reformed Church (1895)
160 West 29th Street (1861-1895)
• unknown
De Witt Reformed Church NE (Lower East Side)
  280 Rivington Street
Second building (1958-?)
• unknown
First building (1881-1958)
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• I/ J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 183 (1881)
Eighty-ninth Street Reformed Church NE (Yorkville)
  65 East 89th Street, near Madison Avenue (1929-1940s) – orig. Church of the Beloved Disciple; now St. Thomas More Catholic Church
► III/23 Hall Organ Company (<1931); reb. of Möller
• II/30reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1808 (1914)
101 East 123rd Street at Lenox Avenue (1887-1929) – now Ephesus Seventh-day Adventist
► II/21 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 341 (1887) – See Ephesus Seventh-day Adventist Church
171 East 121st Street at Third Avenue (1825-1887) – orig. Harlem Reformed Church;
– church razed and parish house became Elmendorf Chapel (1908)
• II/22 Alexander Mills (c.1875)
• George Jardine & Son (1865)
Elmendorf Reformed Church (aka First Collegiate Church, Harlem Dutch Reformed) (Harlem)
  171 East 121st Street at Third Avenue
► II/22 Alexander Mills (c.1880-1890) – sold to A. Graham Down (1970s)
Faith Mission (Collegiate) NE (Upper West Side)
  Merged into Vermilye Chapel (1928)
239 West 69th Street (until 1928)
• unknown
Eleventh Avenue and 61st Street (1903-?)
• unknown
Fiftieth Street Reformed Church NE (Turtle Bay)
  See Mount Pleasant Reformed Church
First German Reformed Protestant Church
  See Sixty-eighth Street Reformed Church
Fort Washington Collegiate Church (Washington Heights)
  729 West 181st Street at Fort Washington Avenue (since 1909)
• Allen Organ Company electronic
► II/13 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1559 (1932)
• Hillgreen, Lane & Co.
• Hinners (c.1909)
Forty-sixth Street Reformed Church
  Address unknown
• William H. Davis (1864?)
Fourth German Reformed Church NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  410 West 45th Street (1862-1925)
143 West 31st Street (1861-1862)
248 West 35th Street (1859-1861)
252 West 40th Street (1858-1859)
Franklin Street Dutch Reformed Church
  See Madison Avenue Reformed Church
German Evangelical Reformed Mission NE
  Merged with Zion German Presbyterian to form Zion German Evangelical in The Bronx (1911)
141 East Houston Street
78 Second Street
82 2nd Street (1869-1893)
• unknown
215 Forsythe Street (1865-1869)
• unknown
122 Rivington Street (1846-1865)
• I/12 Henry Erben (1846)
175 Houston Street between Forsyth and Eldridge Streets (until 1846)
134 7th Street
Allen Street
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6th Street and Avenue D (org. 1838)
Grace Evangelical Reformed Mission, Second NE
  Grand Street and East Broadway (org. 1848)
• unknown
Grace Evangelical Reformed Mission, Third NE
  Merged with German Church (1867)
1 St. Luke's Place
33 Grove Street (1861-1863)
18 Renwick Street (1858-1861)
104 Greenwich Street (1855-1858)
Forsythe Street (1852-1855)
Grace Evangelical Reformed Mission, Fourth NE
  Met in private homes (org. 1854-disbanded 1866)
Grace Reformed Church NE (Midtown)
  Seventh Avenue and 54th Street (1885-1921) – orig. Seventh Ave. Chapel of Collegiate Church
► II/11 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 331 (1913)
• Unknown Builder
Greene Street Reformed Dutch Church NE
  Address unknown
• Hall & Erben (1825)
Greenwich Reformed Dutch Church NE (Midtown)
  46th Street and Sixth Avenue (1863-1866)
• unknown
Bleecker and Amos Streets (1826-1863) – became Mother A.M.E. Zion Church (1864)
• II/22 Davis & Ferris (1843)
Charles and Amos Streets (1803-1826)
• unknown
Hamilton Grange Reformed Church NE (Hamilton Heights)
  Merged into Fort Washington Collegiate Church (1937)
West 149th Street at Convent Avenue
(1906-1937) – became Epis. Church of the Crucifixion
► II/18 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 433 (1907)
421 West 145th Street at Convent Avenue (1888-1906) – became St. Matthew Lutheran Church
• unknown
Harlem German Reformed Church NE (Harlem)
  127th Street near Fourth Avenue (1853-1862) – became Episcopal Church
• unknown
Harlem Lane Reformed Church NE (aka St. Paul Reformed)
  Harlem Lane (org. 1865)
• unknown
Harlem Reformed Church (Harlem)
  Third Avenue and 121st Street (1825-1886) – became Harlem Collegiate with two churches (1886)
• unknown
First Avenue and 125th Street (1768-1825)
• unknown
First Avenue and 127th Street (1660-1825)
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• unknown
[1st] Harlem Collegiate Church (Harlem)
  See Eighty-ninth Street Reformed Church
[2nd] Harlem Collegiate Church (Harlem)
  175 East 121st Street
• unknown
Holland Reformed Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  279 West 11th Street (1872-1897)
232 Eighth Avenue (1871-1872)
245 West 20th Street (until 1871)
163 West 4th Street
Lecture Room of Collegiate Church (org. 1866)
Houston Street German Reformed Church NE (NOHO)
  141 East Houston Street near Eldridge Street
• Henry Erben (1841)
Japanese-American United Church (Hamilton Heights)
  453 West 143rd Street (since 1953)
• unknown
Knox Memorial Chapel (Collegiate) NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  405-409 West 41st Street (1898-1944) – became Alcoholics Anonymous Headquarters
► II/11J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 351 (1897)
514 Ninth Avenue at 39th Street (1858-1898)
• unknown
Livingston Reformed Church NE (Garment District)
  Merged into Thirty-fourth Street Reformed Church (1859)
Eighth Avenue and 33rd Street
• unknown
Ninth Avenue and 29th Street – Continental Hall
• unknown
Ninth Avenue near 33rd Street (1852-1855)
• unknown
Ninth Avenue and 33rd Street (1852) – New York Institute for the Blind
• Hall & Labagh (1844)
Broadway and Sixth Avenue (1851) – Broadway Hall
• unknown
Madison Avenue Reformed Church NE (Midtown East)
  Madison Avenue at 57th Street (1871-1915) – became Central Presbyterian (1915)
► III/28 George Jardine & Son (1895)
• III/ George Jardine & Son (1889)
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1871)
145 West 23rd Street (1854-1871) – known as Twenty-third Street Reformed Church
• Hall & Labagh (1866)
• II/18 Henry Erben (1855)
Franklin Street, between Church Street and Broadway (1808-1854) – Northwest Reformed
• George Jardine (1845)
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• Hall & Erben (1826) – burned 1839
Manhattan Reformed Church NE (Alphabet City)
  71 Avenue B, corner 5th Street (1843-1873)
• unknown
3rd Street near Avenue 0 (1829-1843)
• unknown
Manor Community Church (Chelsea)
  350 West 26th Street (1873-1956) – reorg. as independent church (1923)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (after 1894)
25th Street and Ninth Avenue (until 1873) – orig. chapel of South Reformed Church
• unknown
Marble Collegiate Church (Madison Square)
  Orig. known as Twenty-ninth Street Collegiate or the Fifth Avenue Church
1 West 29th Street at Fifth Avenue (since 1854)
► III/83 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2689 (1984)
• III/31 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2006 (1937)
► III/14 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 525 (1925) – Chancel organ and console
► III/42 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 296 (1891)
• III/40 stop Henry Erben (1854)
Market Street Reformed Church NE (Chinatown)
  61 Henry Street at Market Street (1817-1869) – now First Chinese Presbyterian Church
► II/15 Henry Erben (1841)
• 1/? Hall & Erben (1824) rebuilt by Henry Erben as II/15 (1841)
Martha Memorial Evangelical Reformed Church NE (Midtown West)
  419-21 West 52nd Street
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4239
Middle Collegiate Church (East Village)
  50 East 7th Street on Second Avenue (since 1892)
► IV/50 Marshall & Ogletree, Op. 4 (2008)
► III/47 Austin Organs Inc. (1988) – rebuild and new console – removed 2008
► III/37 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 591 (1931); as rebuilt (1960)
► I/6 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 602 (1950) – Gallery
► III/26 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 591 (1931)
► II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 299 (1891)
11 Lafayette Place (1839-1892)
• III/40 Unknown Builder (1846); enl. Hall & Labagh (1857)
Nassau and Cedar Streets (1731-c.1839) – became Post Office (1844)
• unknown organ from Holland – organ case moved to Church of the Messiah
Mount Pleasant Reformed Church NE (Turtle Bay)
  158 East 50th Street (1846-1867)
• unknown
Murray Street Reformed Dutch Church NE
  Address unknown
• Henry Erben (1838)
New South Reformed Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  See Washington Square Reformed Church
Ninth Street Collegiate Church NE (East Village)
  9th Street at Second Avenue – org. as indep. church (1831); became Collegiate church (1836); separated to become Central Church (1855)
• unknown
North Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church NE (Financial District)
  Horse and Cart Lane (now William and Fulton Streets) (1769-1875)
• III/30 Hall & Labagh (<1861) – alterations & additions
• III/27 Thomas Hall (1826) – additions to Geib organ
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• II/18 John Geib (1798)
North Collegiate Church Chapel NE (aka Fulton Street Prayer Meeting) (Financial District)
  93 Nassau Street (1953-1961)
• unknown
113 Fulton Street (1869-1953)
• unknown
North Street Reformed Church NE (Lower East Side)
  North (East Houston) Street (1828-1837) – org. 1833
• unknown
North Trinity Reformed Church NE (Herald Square)
  Broadway and 34th Street (1861-1862)
• unknown
North-West Reformed Church NE
  See Madison Avenue Reformed Church
Orchard Street Reformed Dutch Church NE (Lower East Side)
  97 Orchard Street (1828-1832) – sold to Second Universalist Society
• unknown
Prospect Hill Reformed Church NE (Carnegie Hill)
  Merged with South Church (1910)
1451 Lexington Avenue (1906-1910)
• unknown
1135 Park Avenue at 91st Street (1903-1906)
• unknown
Park Avenue and 87th Street (1886-1903)
• unknown
230 East 85th Street (1869-1886) – orig. Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
• Henry Erben (1853)
Third Avenue near 87th Street (1860-1869)
• unknown
Reformed Low Dutch Church of Harlem
  See Elmendorf Reformed Church
St. Nicholas Collegiate Church NE (Midtown)
  600 Fifth Avenue at 48th Street (1859-1949)
• IV/93 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1275 (c.1926)
► IV/60 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1914)
► V/54 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 368 (1899)
► III/43 Labagh & Kemp (1872)
Previous building:
• Hall & Labagh (1847)
St. Paul Dutch Reformed Church NE (Midtown)
  Harvard Club
Rutgers Presbyterian Church
56 West 40th Street (1867-1872) – became St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal (1872-1902)
• unknown
47 West 21st Street near Sixth Avenue (1836-1867) – became Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
• I/12 William H. Davis (or Ferris & Stuart, 1862)
Second Collegiate Reformed Church of Harlem
  See Eighty-ninth Street Reformed Church
Seventh Avenue Chapel (Collegiate)
 
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See Grace Reformed Church
Seventh Avenue Reformed Church (German) NE (Greenwich Village)
  Merged with West Church to form Union Church (1859)
Seventh Avenue near 12th Street (1852-1859)
• unknown
Seventh Avenue (Houston) and Greene Street (1823-1852)
• unknown
Sixty-eighth Street Reformed Church (German) NE (Upper East Side)
  355 East 68th Street (1898-1968) – became First Missionary Alliance Church (razed 1999)
► II/20 Müller & Abel, Op. 34 (1897)
147 Norfolk Street (1861-1897) – German Evangelical Reformed Church
• Henry Erben (1876)
21 Forsythe Street near Canal Street (1822-1861) – Forsythe Street German Reformed Church
• Henry Erben (1855)
Nassau Street near Maiden Lane (1758-1822) – German Reformed Protestant Church
• unknown
South Reformed Dutch Church NE (Upper East Side)
  1010 Park Avenue at 85th Street (1911-1914) – now Park Avenue Christian Church
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 (1886); moved and reb. Austin (1911)
245 Madison Avenue at 38th Street (1890-1911) – orig. Zion Episcopal Church
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 – moved from old church
► II/17 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 401 (1888)
141 Fifth Avenue at 21st Street (1849-1890)
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 300 (1886)
• III/48 Thomas Robjohn (1858)
Murray Street (1837-1847) – sold to Fourth Universalist Society
• Henry Erben (1838)
Garden Street (now Exchange Place) – known as Garden Street Church
Second building (1807-burned 1837)
• Hall & Erben (1824)
First building (1693-1807)
• unidentified Chamber Organ (c.1727)
Stanton Street Reformed Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Stanton Street near Forsythe Street (org.1843) – became Presbyterian (1849)
• unknown
Stuyvesant's Chapel (Collegiate) NE (The Bowery)
  Bowerie, near Stuyvesant Square (1660-1687)
• unknown
Suffolk Street Evangelical Reformed Church NE
  606 East 141st Street, The Bronx (1900-1948) – renamed St. Paul Evang. Reformed
► I/5 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 384 (1888) – moved to St. Paul Evang. Reformed, The Bronx (1900)
97-99 Suffolk Street near Delancey (1852-1900)
► I/5 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 384 (1888)
Sunshine Chapel (Collegiate) NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  550 West 40th Street (1896-1938) – Mission of Marble Collegiate Church
• unknown
Thirty-fourth Street Collegiate Chapel NE (Garment District)
  Merger of De Witt Chapel and old Thirty-fourth Street Church (1895)
307 West 34th Street (1895-1920) – orig. Thirty-fourth Street Reformed Church
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1861)
Thirty-fourth Street Dutch Reformed Church NE (Garment District)
  Merged with De Witt Chapel to form Thirty-fourth Street Chapel of Collegiate Church (1895)
307 West 34th Street (1860-1895)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1861)
Broome and Greene Streets (1824-1860)
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• Henry Erben (1828)
Twenty-first Street Reformed Church
  See St. Paul Dutch Reformed Church
Twenty-third Street Reformed Church
  See Madison Avenue Reformed Church
Vandewater Street Reformed Church NE (Lower Manhattan)
  Vandewater Street (1829-1831) – prev. Presbyterian Church (org. 1820)
• unknown
Union Reformed Church NE (Tribeca)
  Merger of Seventh Avenue and West Reformed Churches (1859)
25 Sixth Avenue at Walker Street (1859-1900)
• unknown
Vermilye Chapel-Faith Mission (Collegiate) NE (Midtown West)
  Merged into Knox Memorial Chapel (1935)
416 West 54th Street (1900-1935)
• unknown
Waldensian Reformed Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  West 41st Street (1919-1921)
• unknown
Washington Heights Reformed Church NE (Washington Heights)
  Amsterdam Avenue and 152nd Street (1863-1868)
• unknown
Broadway and 155th Street (org. 1843-1863)
• unknown
Washington Square Reformed Dutch Church NE (Greenwich Village)
  Organized 1837 by group that withdrew from South Church
84 Washington Square East (1840-1876) – became Asbury Methodist Epis. Church (1876-1893)
► III/26 Richard M. Ferris (1853) – moved to Ocean Grove (N.J.) Auditorium (1895)
• III/ Henry Crabb (1841); reb. by Ferris
West End Collegiate Church NE (Upper West Side)
  368 West End Avenue at 77th Street (since 1892)
► III/50 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2007-A (1984)
► III/30 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2007 (1937) – burned; replaced with Austin in 1984
• II/22 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 529 (1893)
West Reformed Church NE
  Merged with Seventh Avenue Reformed to form Union Reformed Church (1859)
Sixth Avenue (1850-1859)
• unknown
Yorkville German Reformed Church NE (Yorkville)
  343 East 84th Street, near First Avenue (1885-1892)
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• George Jardine
 
  Roman Catholic
   
Cathedral of Saint Patrick (Midtown)
  Fifth Avenue at 51st Street (since 1879)
► V/142 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1928-30); rev. Paragallo (1993)
► IV/114 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5918 (1930) – Gallery and Echo
► III/23 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3920 (1928) – Chancel
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 175 (1880) – Chancel
► IV/56 George Jardine & Son (1879) – Gallery
260 Mulberry Street at Prince Street (1809-1879) – see Old St. Patrick's Cathedral
Present building (since 1868)
► III/46 Henry Erben (1866-68)
First building (1809-burned 1866):
• Henry Erben (1852)
• Hall & Erben (1824)
The Actors' Chapel (Midtown Theatre District)
  See St. Malachy Catholic Church
Adoration Catholic Chapel (Harlem)
  628 West 140th Street (1901-1952) – retreat for women and children
• unknown
All Saints Catholic Church (East Harlem)
  47 East 129th Street
► IV/70 Welte-Tripp Organ Corp, Op. 317 (1931)
► III/59 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 525 (1892)
Annunciation Catholic Church (Manhattanville)
  80 Convent Avenue at 131st Street (since 1907)
► II/18 unknown builder (c.1907); old organ rebuilt and moved
Bloomingdale Road at 131st Street (1854-1907)
• II/ Henry Erben or Richard C. Ferris?
Ascension Catholic Church (Morningside Heights)
  221 West 107th Street at Amsterdam Avenue
► III/53 Ernest Lucas (1969); rev. and enl. Müller & Abel, Op. 56
► III/45 Müller & Abel, Op. 56 (1898)
► II/7 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 30034 (1939) – Lower Church
• II/ Unknown Builder (c.1900) – Lower Church
Assumption Catholic Church (German) NE (Hell's Kitchen)
  427 West 49th Street (1859-1949)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1859)
Ninth Avenue at 50th Street (1858-1859)
• I/12 George Jardine (1846) – second-hand?
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (Lincoln Center)
  152 West 71st Street (since 1919)
► III/46 Casavant Frères, Op. 2018 (1950), reb. Konzelman (2005)
► III/45 Casavant Frères, Op. 2018 (1950)
► IV/86 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2420 (1925); rev. by Estey (1937)
► IV/73 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2420 (1925)
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 233 (1887) – moved from previous church (c.1919); moved to First Reformed Church, Astoria (c.1925)
72nd Street, West of Broadway (1887-1919):
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► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 233 (1887)
Christ Catholic Church (Downtown)
  See St. James Catholic Church
Corpus Christi Catholic Church (Morningside Heights)
  529 West 121st Street
Present building (since 1936)
► III/29 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1692 (1956)
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. (1936)
First building (1907-1936)
• Estey Organ Company, Op. 990 (1912)
Epiphany Catholic Church (Gramercy)
  373 Second Avenue at 22nd Street
Present building (since 1967)
► III/39 Delaware Organ Co., Inc. (1967)
First building (1870-burned 1963)
 Müller & Abel (c.1892)
► II/16s H.C. Stuart (1855)
Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Inwood)
  4967 Broadway at Isham Street
Present building (since 1936):
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6364 (1936)
First building (1913-1936):
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2243 (1916)
Guardian Angel Catholic Church (Chelsea)
  193 Tenth Avenue at 21st Street
► II/10 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4595 (1930)
Helper of the Holy Souls Convent NE (Upper East Side)
  112 East 86th Street
► II/11 Casavant Frères, Op. 1081 (1925)
Holy Agony Catholic Church (Harlem)
  1834 Third Avenue at 101st Street
• unknown
Holy Cross Catholic Church (Theatre District)
  329 West 42nd Street
Present building (since 1870)
► III/29 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 908 (1934)
► II/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 191 (1882)
First building (1854-1867) – struck by lightning (1867)
• Hall & Labagh (1854) – burned with church
Holy Family Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  315 East 47th Street
Present building (since 1964)
► V/69 Robert M. Turner Organs (1996)
► III/40 Delaware Organ Co. (1965)
First building (1924-1964)
• unknown
Holy Innocents Catholic Church (Midtown Garment District)
  Present building (since 1870)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic Model 950-B
II/8 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7064 (1950s)
IV/62 George Jardine & Son (1879)
First building (1866-1870) – orig. Holy Innocents Protestant Episcopal Church
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• II/20 George Jardine & Son (1858)
[1st] Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church (Lower Manhattan)
  Elizabeth Street near Walker Street (1847-burned 1848)
• unknown
[2nd] Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church (Upper West Side)
  740 Amsterdam Avenue at West 96th Street (since 1891)
► IV/76 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6570 (1937) – Upper Church
 Müller & Abel (c.1900) – Upper Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1928) – Lower Church
• II/8 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 518 (1892) – Lower Church
Bloomingdale Road at 97th Street (1868-1891)
• unknown
Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Harlem)
  444 East 119th Street
Present building (since 1899):
► III/42 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1900); rev. Anthony Porto (1920s?)
First building (1884-1899) – old St. Cecilia Church moved to this site
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Upper West Side)
  213 West 82nd Street
► III/38 Orgues Letourneau Ltée, Op. 53 (1997)
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5961 (1938) – Lower Church
II/18 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2654 (1927)
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (East Village)
  406 East 14th Street (since 1945) – orig. Grace Chapel of Grace Episcopal Church
 unknown electronic (late 1980s)
• II/8 Hall Organ Co. (1928); reb. Mel Robinson (1968) – orig. in Seaman's Church Institute Theatre
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. (1955)
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. (1938) – moved from previous church (1943)
► III/40 C.S. Haskell (1907) – see Grace Chapel
505 East 14th Street (1858-razed 1945)
• Hammond electronic (1938) – moved to new church (1945)
 III/44 W.W. Kimball Co.
• II/35 Henry Erben (1859)
Incarnation Catholic Church (Washington Heights)
  1290 St. Nicholas Avenue at 175th Street
► IV/76 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5484 (1929); rev. Robert M. Turner Organs (c.1965-70)
► IV/49 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5484 (1929)
Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  440 East 12th Street at Avenue A (1917-closed 2009)
► II/19 Unknown Builder – second-hand organ moved by M.P. Möller from St. John Nepomucene R.C. Church (Slovak), Freeland, Pa. (1917)
Mary Reparatrix Convent Chapel NE (Gramercy)
  10 East 29th Street – orig. St. Leo Catholic Church (razed 1985)
► III/34 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 192 (1882)
Most Holy Crucifix Catholic Church (Downtown)
  378 Broome Street
• unknown
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  173 East 3rd Street near Avenue A
Present building (since 1851):
► III/48 Albert L. Fenton (1912, 1938)
► II/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 504 (1891)
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
• II/32 Francis X. Engelfried (1857)
First building (1844-1851):
• unknown
Most Precious Blood Catholic Church (Little Italy/Chinatown)
  113 Baxter Street, north of Canal Street
II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9944 (1963)
► II/15 Henry Erben (1862) – moved from St. Clare Catholic Church, 438 W. 36th St.
Nativity Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  44 Second Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Streets
Present building (since 1970)
• none
First building (1842-1970) – orig. Second Avenue Presbyterian Church
► III/39 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 660 (1872) – moved from St. Andrew Episcopal Church, Harlem, by M.P. Möller as Op. 1436 (1912)?
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• II/30 Henry Erben (1845) – burned (1912)
Notre Dame Catholic Church (Morningside Heights)
  405 West 114th Street at Morningside Drive (since 1915)
► II/27 Casavant Frères, Op. 1047 (1924)
Old St. Patrick's Cathedral (Little Italy)
  263 Mulberry Street
Rebuilt building (since 1868)
► III/46 Henry Erben (1866-68) – OHS Citation #326 (2004)
First building (1809-burned 1866)
• III/42 Henry Erben (1852)
• III/ Hall & Erben (1824)
• Thomas Hall (1820); enl. Redstone organ
• I/ William Redstone (1815)
Our Lady, Consoler of the Afflicted Catholic Church NE (Roosevelt Island)
  Served residents of almshouses (1909-?)
• unknown
Our Lady of Esperanza Catholic Church (Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza) (Washington Heights)
  624 West 156th Street near Broadway
► II/10 Austin Organ Company, Op. 307 (1912)
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church (Yorkville)
  230 East 90th Street
► III/19 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7799 (1959)
 III/50 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1480 (1891)
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church (Italian) (NoLita / Little Italy)
  14 Stanton Street, near Chrystie Street (1907-c.1946)
• unknown
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church (Chelsea)
  Merged into Church of St. Bernard (2003)
229 West 14th Street (1902-2003)
► II/10 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1900) – moved from unknown Bronx church (c.1930); alt.
Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard's Catholic Church (West Village)
  330 West 14th Street – orig. built as St. Bernard's Church
► II/35 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 294 (1891)
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 187 (1881) – burned
Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church (NoHo)
  309 Elizabeth Street, north of Houston Street
Present building (since ?)
• unknown
First building (1892-?)
► II/11 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2047 (1904)
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church (Washington Heights)
  463 West 142nd Street at Convent Avenue (since 1904)
► III/30 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1781 (1931)
• unknown (c.1904)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Harlem)
  448 East 116th Street (since 1889)
• II/15 Jardine (c.1889)
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  237 East 62nd Street – orig. Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer
► II/18 Unknown Builder
► II/7 Casavant Frères, Op. 2252 (1954) – Lower Church? (removed)
► I/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 259 (1888)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church NE (Little Bohemia)
  321 East 61st Street (1887-1998)
► II/16 Scultetus & Mantel (c.1900)
Our Lady of Pompeii Catholic Church (Greenwich Village)
  25 Carmine Street (since 1928)
► III/22 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4247 (1928); rev.
214 Bleecker Street (1898-1928) – orig. Third Universalist Society
► II/32 Charles Viner & Son (1918)
• II/14 Reuben Midmer & Son
• Ferris & Stuart
• Henry Erben (1836)
Waverly Place, then Sullivan Street (c.1892-1898)
• unknown
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  213 Stanton Street at Pitt Street (since 1867)
► II/29 Thomas H. Wood (1926) – enlarged Wisconsin organ
• II/ Wisconsin Pipe Organ Factory (c.1897)
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• unknown (c.1867)
Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal (Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Milagrosa) (Harlem)
  1883 Seventh Avenue at 114th Street (1927-c.1980) – orig. Cong. Ansche-Chesed; now Mount Neboh Baptist Church
► III/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 444 (1908) – see Congregation Ansche-Chesed
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church (Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton) (The Battery)
  7 State Street (since 1964)
► III/70s Rodgers Instruments electronic (Model 960) – Upper Church
• II/ Delaware Organ Co. (c.1964) – Upper Church
► II/7 Delaware Organ Co. (c.1964) – Lower Church
Our Lady of the Scapular of Mount Carmel Catholic Church NE (Gramercy)
  Merged with St. Stephen in 1980s
341 East 28th Street (razed)
• unknown
Our Lady of the Scapular – St. Stephen Catholic Church (Gramercy)
  149 East 28th Street (since 1854) – orig. St. Stephen Catholic Church
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
 IV/22 W.W. Kimball Co., K.P.O. 6567 (1928) – Side Gallery
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 53 (1879) – Side Gallery
• III/46 Henry Erben (1853) – Rear Gallery
Madison Avenue (1848-1854)
• unknown
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church (Financial District)
  60 William Street at Pine Street
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (c.2010)
 II/11 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7748 (1955)
Our Lady of Vilnius Catholic Church (SOHO)
  570 Broome Street at Varick Street (closed 2007)
► II/10 Aeolian Company – from unknown residence
► II/17 George W. Earle – poss. moved from Spring Street Presb. by M.P. Möller as Op. 1186
Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church (East Harlem)
  232 East 113th Street (1886-closed 2007) – orig. Presbyterian Church of the Redeemer
• II/ Ernest Lucas (c.1963) – rebuild
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 6158 (1939) – rebuild of previous organ
► II/15 Schaefer Organ Co. (1920)
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church
  91 Arden Street
• unknown
Our Saviour Catholic Church (Murray Hill)
  59 Park Avenue at 38th Street
► III/37 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 2258 (2005)
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9213 (1959)
Resurrection Catholic Church (Harlem)
  276 West 151st Street (since 1908)
► II/7 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1352 (1887) – moved from Bethany Ref. Chapel, Brooklyn (c.1908)
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Chapel (Roosevelt Island)
  Served Metropolitan Hospital
Second building
(1911-1971) – razed 1981
• I/6 Roosevelt – moved from previous church?
First building (?-1911) – possibly Our Lady, Consoler of the Afflicated Chapel
• unknown
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  457 West 51st Street
Present building (since 1884)
► III/36 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 215 (1884)
First building (1876-1884) – orig. Plymouth Baptist Church
• unknown
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Chapel (Kips Bay)
  325 East 33rd Street
Chapel building (since 2009)
• unknown
Church building (1916-razed 2008) – merged into St. Stephen / Our Lady of the Scapular (2007)
► II/26 Unknown Builder; reb. W.W. Kimball (c.1900); elec. (1958)
St. Agnes Catholic Church (Midtown)
  141 East 43rd Street
Present building (since 1998):
► II/41 Mander Organs (1998)
► I/4 Gerrit C. Klop (1987) – Kistorgel (portative)
First building (1873-burned 1992):
► III/32 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1183 (1950)
 III/53 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 2529 (1926)
III/48 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 1821 (1899)
III/ Henry Erben (1875)
St. Aloysius Catholic Church (Harlem)
  209 West 132nd Street
► II/15 George G. Wacker (c.1905)
St. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church NE (SOHO)
  310 West Broadway (1872-1980)
► III/55 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 576 (1871); elec. Hook & Hastings, Op. 2514 (1925)
     – moved to St. Mary's Catholic Church, New Haven, CT
10 Thompson Street (1847-1872)
• I/10 J.H. Willcox & Co., Op. 6 (1870) – moved to St. Michael's Church, Chicago
• I/ George Jardine (<1869)
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• I/ Henry Erben (1848)
St. Ambrose Catholic Church (Midtown West) (closed 1938)
  539 West 54th Street – became Centro María Women's Residence
► II/10 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1033 (1912)
St. Andrew Catholic Church (Civic Center)
  20 Cardinal Hayes Place at Duane Street
Present building (since 1939)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments Model 926 electronic (1980s)
► III/33 Ernest M. Skinner & Son (1939) – extant but unplayable
First building (1843-1939) – orig. Society of United Christian Friends (built 1818)
• Henry Erben (1866)
• Henry Erben (1848)
St. Ann Armenian Rite Cathedral NE (East Village)
  Known as St. Ann Catholic Church until 1983
110 East 12th Street (1871-2004) – orig. Twelth Street Baptist, then Temple Emanu-El
► III/45 Henry Erben (1858); reb. Laws
► III/43 Henry Erben (1858)
8th Street, between Broadway & 4th Avenue (1852-1871) – orig. Third Assoc. Ref. Presby.
• II/28 Henry Erben (1853)
St. Ann Catholic Church (East Harlem)
  312 East 110th Street (since c.1911)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1731 (1919)
East 112th Street (?-c.1911) – Italian chapel of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
• unknown
St. Ann Catholic Church (East Village)
  See St. Ann Armenian Rite Catholic Church and Shrine
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church and Shrine (Soho)
  155 Sullivan Street at West Houston Street (since 1888)
► II/28 Hutchings-Votey reb. (1909); elec. Midmer-Losh (1929); reb. Anthony Porto (1946)
restorative work by John Klauder (2005)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1915) – Lower Church?
► III/35 George Jardine & Son, Op. 933 (1886)
149 Sullivan Street (c.1860-88) – built 1839 for Sullivan St. Methodist Episcopal Church
• George Jardine (1842)
St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  342 West 53rd Street (since 1898) – orig. Second German Church of the Evangelical Assoc.
► II/3 "Style 100A Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1888 (1933)
210 Bleecker Street (1883-1898) – orig. Third Universalist Society
• II/16 Ferris & Stuart (<1873)
St. Bernard Catholic Church (West Village) (renamed Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard's)
  330 West 14th Street
See Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard's
St. Boniface Catholic Church NE (Upper East Side)
  882 Second Avenue, southeast corner of 47th Street (1868-closed 1950)
• II/18 George Jardine & Son (c.1868)
St. Brigid Catholic Church (East Village)
  119 Avenue B at East 8th Street (1848-2001)
► II/5 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7600 (1952)
► IV/54 J.C.B. Standbridge (1855 or 1867)
• II/30 Henry Erben (1849)
East 4th Street
• W.H. Davis (1847)
St. Catherine Catholic Convent of the Sisters of Mercy NE (Upper East Side)
  1075 Madison Avenue at 81st Street (1885-?)
• unknown
32 East Houston Street at Mulberry Street (1848-1885)
• Henry Erben (1859)
• Henry Erben (1852)
St. Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church (Washington Heights)
  500 West 153rd Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1890)
► II/13 George S. Hutchings, Op. 308 (1893) – moved from J. Warren Andrews Studio, NYC (1905)
St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  411 East 68th Street (since 1930)
• III/81 Allen Organ Company electronic (1991)
► II/20 Welte-Tripp Organ Corp. (1930)
420 East 69th Street (1897-1930)
• unknown
St. Cecilia Catholic Church (Spanish Harlem)
  120 East 106th Street at Lexington Avenue (since c.1884)
Upper Church (since 1887)
► II/24 George Jardine & Son (1875) – moved from Church of the Puritans (Presbyterian)
Basement Church (since c.1884)
• unknown
Second Avenue at 105th Street (1873-c.1884) – building moved to Holy Rosary Church (1884)
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• unknown
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (Harlem)
  211 West 141st Street
Present building (since 1904) – burned (1968); rebuilt (1972)
• unknown
First building (1890-1904) – old church moved across the street; became parochial school (1904)
• unknown
South Side of 141st Street (1888-1890)
• unknown
St. Clare Catholic Church (aka Chiesa di Santa Chiara) (Hell's Kitchen)
  438 West 36th Street (c.1905-1930s) – razed for approach to Lincoln Tunnel
► II/15 Henry Erben (1862) – moved to Most Precious Blood Catholic Church (1930s)
St. Clemens Mary Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  410 West 40th Street (1912-1980s) – became Metro Baptist Church (1984)
• II/3 "Junior" Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1787 (1931) – from Sacred Heart RC, Torrington, Conn.
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1477 (1912)
552 West 50th Street (c.1905-1912) – orig. Christ Lutheran; later St. Cyril & Methodius RC
• Unknown Builder – second-hand organ from Orange Valley, N.J. (installed 1899)
St. Columba Catholic Church (Chelsea)
  343 West 25th Street (since 1845)
► II/14 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1921)
• II/12 Ferris & Stuart (1856); elec. (by Odell?)
• II/12 Thomas Robjohn (1846)
St. Cyril Catholic Church (Slovenian) (Hell's Kitchen)
  552 West 50th Street (after 1905) – orig. Christ Lutheran (German); later St. Mary Clemens RC
• Unknown Builder – second-hand organ from Orange Valley, N.J. (installed 1899)
62 St. Mark's Place
• unknown
St. Elizabeth Catholic Church (Washington Heights)
  268 Wadsworth Avenue at 187th Street (since 1927)
► III/45 Casavant Frères, Op. 2585 (1960)
• unknown (1927)
4381 Broadway at 187th Street (1872-burned 1925)
• unknown
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  211 East 83rd Street (since 1917) – orig. Second Immanuel German Evangelical Lutheran
► II/13 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7677 (1953)
• L.C. Harrison (c.1917)
345 East 4th Street (1892-1917) – "Slov. Kostol Sv. Alzbety"
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1444 (1912)
St. Emeric Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  740 East 13th Street near Avenue D (since 1950)
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  135 East 96th Street (since 1896)
► II/19 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1194 (1949)
► III/26 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1000 (1912)
• II/17 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1729 (1896)
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  135 West 31st Street
Present building (since 1892)
► IV/84 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 11753 (1987); rev. Sebastian Glück (2010)
► III/27 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7579 (1951)
► III/44 Reuben Midmer & Son (1915)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 302 (1892) – moved & rebuilt Op. 120?
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (1990s) – Lower Church
• II/18 William Laws (<195-) – Lower Church
First building (1844-1892)
► II/22 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 120 (1873)
St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Church (Roosevelt Island)
  564 Main Street
• unknown
St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Shrine (Washington Heights)
  Mother Cabrini High School
701 Fort Washington Avenue
► II/29 Tamburini (1960)
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church (Chelsea)
  30 West 16th Street
Present building (since 1882)
► III/52 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 700 (2010) – Chancel
► III/21 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7813 (1957) – Gallery
► IV/82 Casavant Frères, Op. 184 (1903); reb. Gallery organ
► IV/81 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 1022 (1881) – Gallery
• II/27reg E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 1021 (1881) – Chancel
► II/20 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 1024 (1881) – Chapel (Lower Church)
First building (1851-1878)
► II/29 Henry Erben (1851)
St. Gabriel Catholic Church NE (Murray Hill)
  310 East 37th Street (1859-closed 1939)
Second building (1865-1939) – razed for approach to Midtown Tunnel
• II/19 Henry Erben (1866)
First building (1859-1865)
• unknown
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church (Upper West Side)
  144 West 90th Street at Amsterdam Avenue (since 1913)
• unknown
119 West 89th Street (1907-burned 1913)
• unknown
St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  980 Park Avenue at 84th Street (since 1894)
• I/ Klop Orgelbouw – Continuo
► IV/91 N.P. Mander (1991)
• III/13 Rodgers/Ruffatti (1975)
• III/80reg Hook & Hastings, Op. 2326 (1913)
• II/20reg Hook & Hastings, Op. 2302 (1912) – Lower Church
• III/51 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1710 (1896)
East 84th Street (1854-1894) – orig. named St. Lawrence O'Toole
• Henry Erben (1847)
St. James Catholic Church (Downtown)
  32 James Street (since 1835)
► III/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 421 (1889); alt. Farrand & Votey, Op. 791 (1895) – OHS #369 (2008)
► III/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 421 (1889)
• II/22 Henry Erben (1836) – moved to Our Lady of Good Counsel RC Church, Brooklyn
49 Ann Street (1827-1833) – named Christ R.C. Church – orig. Christ Episcopal Church
► II/16 John Geib (1801)
St. Jean Baptiste Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  184 East 76th Street at Lexington Avenue (since 1912)
► IV/81 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 6388 (2000)
► IV/54 Murray M. Harris, Op. 104 (1913)
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc. – Choir Room
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7581 (1947) – Lower Church
► II/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1404 (1912) – Lower Church
159 East 76th Street (1885-1912)
• unknown
St. Joachim Catholic Church NE (Lower East Side)
  26 Roosevelt Street (1888-1967)
► II/17 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7024 (1940s) – moved to St. Joseph Catholic Church (c.1950s)
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• II/13 Müller & Abel (1902)
St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  411 East 66th Street at First Avenue (since 1925)
► III/22 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7763 (1956); reb. Meloni and Farrier (2009)
• II/10 Alexander Mills – moved from old church?
350 East 57th Street near First Avenue (1908-1925) – orig. Congregation Adath Israel
• II/10 Alexander Mills?
289 East 4th Street at Second Avenue (1895-1908) – now Iglesia Pentecostal Camino a Damasco
• unknown
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  207 West 30th Street, near Seventh Avenue (since 1872)
► V/86 Church Organ Systems electronic (c.1997)
► III/24 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 546 (1922) – burned 1997
• unknown (c.1872)
125 West 30th Street (c.1847-1872)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1852)
West 31st Street (1840-burned 1847)
• Henry Erben (1837)
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church (Midtown)
  351 East 55th Street at First Avenue (since 1881)
Present building (since 1974)
► III/37 Hellmuth Wolff & Assoc., Op. 14 (1974)
First building (1881-1974)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4207 (1928)
• unknown (c.1887) – Upper Church (opened 1887)
• II/15 William M. Wilson (1881) – Lower Church
East 50th Street & Madison Avenue (1859-1881)
Second building (1871-1881)
• IV/54 George Jardine & Son (1871)
First building (1859-burned 1871)
► III/46 George Jardine & Son (1864)
Fifth Avenue & 50th Street (1840-1859)
• unknown
St. John the Martyr Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  252 East 72nd Street (since 1904) – orig. Knox Presbyterian Church
• electronic keyboard
• Hammond Instruments, Model C3
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3863 (1926)
• unknown (c.1887)
St. Joseph Catholic Chapel
  385 South End Avenue
• unknown
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Chinatown)
  5 Monroe Street (since 1924)
► II/17 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7024 – moved from St. Joachim Catholic Church (c.1950s)
► III/ Fratelli Balbiani (c.1924)
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Greenwich Village) – renamed The University Church of St. Joseph
  371 Avenue of the Americas
See The University Church of St. Joseph
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Yorkville)
  408 East 87th Street near First Avenue
Present building (since 1895):
► II/38 Müller & Abel, Op. 9 (1895); reb. John Randolph (1994) and Meloni & Farrier (2004)
First building (1874-1895):
• unknown
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Ward's Island)
  ► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1335 (1915)
St. Joseph of the Holy Family Catholic Church (Harlem)
  405 West 125th Street at Morningside Avenue (since 1860)
• II/13 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1028 (c.1922)
• Franz X. Engelfried (1860)
St. Jude Catholic Church (Inwood)
  431 West 204th Street
Present building (since 1975)
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic (2000s)
First building (1951-1975)
• unknown
St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church (Yorkville)
 
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See St. Ignatius Loyola Church
St. Leo Catholic Church (Gramercy) (razed 1985)
  See Mary Reparatrix Convent Chapel
St. Lucy Catholic Church (East Harlem)
  344 East 104th Street (since 1901)
Upper Church (since 1915)
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell (c.1901); elec. by John A. Porto (1973)
Lower Church (since 1901)
• unknown; possibly above Odell
St. Malachy Catholic Church (aka "The Actors' Chapel") (Midtown Theatre District)
  239 West 49th Street (since 1902)
► III/43 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 938 (1935); reb. Peragallo Pipe Organ Co. (2012) – orig. in Hillside Presbyterian Church, Orange, N.J.
• II/40 Allen Organ Company electronic (1980s) – Upper Church
• III/20 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4118 (1928) – Lower Church - "The Actors' Chapel"
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2047 (1922) – Lower Church - "The Actors' Chapel"
• II/~15 W.W. Kimball Co. (1910) – Upper Church
St. Mark Catholic Church NE (Lower East Side)
  Stuyvesant and Second Avenue
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7643
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church (West Harlem)
  65 West 138th Street (since 1914)
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son
• Mohr & Company
St. Mary Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  440 Grand Street at Ridge Street (since 1833)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/21s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2433 (1917)
► III/30 Henry Erben (1875)
• Henry Erben (1853)
• II/18 Henry Erben (1834)
Sheriff Street (1826-1833) – orig. Seventh Presbyterian Church
• unknown, if any
St. Mary Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite (German)
  246 East 15th Street at Second Avenue (since 1964)
• unknown
225 East 13th Street near Third Avenue (c.1923-1964) – orig. Welsh Presbyterian Church
• unknown
St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church (German) (Stuyvesant Town)
  529 East 17th Street (1873-closed 1945)
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1942)
St. Matthew Catholic Church (Upper West Side)
  215 West 67th Street (est. 1902-razed 1959)
• II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 407 (1904)
St. Michael Catholic Chapel (Little Italy/Chinatown)
  266 Mulberry Street
• unknown
St. Michael Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  424 West 34th Street (since 1907)
► III/46 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 313 (1893)
408 West 32nd Street (1893-1906) – moved to 34th Street due to building of Penn Station
► III/46 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 313 (1893) – moved to new church (c.1906)
West 31st Street (1861-burned 1892)
• Henry Erben (1861)
St. Monica Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  413 East 79th Street (since 1883)
► III/53 Timothy Fink and Co. (2008)
► III/33 Hall Organ Company, Op. 590 (c.1931)
• J.H. &. C.S. Odell (c.1907)
► I/5 Georg Westenfelder (c.1960s) – Continuo
• II/19s Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 105 (1883) – Lower Church
St. Nicholas German Catholic Church NE (Lower East Side)
  125 Second Street between Avenue A and First Avenue
Second building (1848-1960):
► II/45 Engelfried & Hadden (c.1881)
• II/20 Henry Erben (1849)
First building (1836-1848):
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• unknown
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
  See Old St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Paul Catholic Church (East Harlem)
  115 East 117th Street at Fourth Avenue
Present building (since 1907)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 146 (1875); moved from original building; alt. 1907
First building (1835-1907)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 146 (1875); alt. 1907
• Henry Erben (1852)
• Henry Erben (1846)
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church (Midtown West)
  415 West 59th Street at Columbus Avenue
Present building (since 1885)
► IV/82 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9987 (1964); reb. Peragallo (1999)
► IV/83 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9987 (1964)
► III/37 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 544 (1925)
• II/32 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1420 (1889)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9988 (1964) – Chapel – rental; sold to Dr. George Markey (1964)
• I/7 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1419 (1889) – Chapel
First building (1859-1885)
► I/11 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 78 (1868)
• Henry Erben (1864)
St. Peter Catholic Church (Financial District)
  16 Barclay Street at Church Street
Present building (since 1836)
► IV/41 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4740 (1931) – Chancel (move & rebuild of Op. 3976)
► IV/37 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3976 (1927) – Gallery
• III/34 Henry Erben (1837) – Gallery
First building (1785-1836)
• Henry Erben (1824)
St. Raphael Catholic Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  502 West 41st Street (since 1886)
See SS. Cyril and Methodius / St. Raphael Catholic Church
[1st] St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  Cannon Street, near Delancey Street (1871-c.1901) – razed for approach to Williamsburg Bridge
• unknown
[2nd] St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (West Harlem)
  510 West 165th Street (since 1902)
► II/15 W.W. Kimball Co. (c.1902); Delaware console added downstairs (1960s)
St. Sebastian Catholic Church NE (Gramercy)
  310 East 24th Street at 2nd Avenue (1921-1971)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1612 (1917)
St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  101 East 7th Street (since 1901)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4174
St. Stephen Catholic Church
  See Our Lady of the Scapular-St. Stephen
St. Stephen of Hungary Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  414 East 82nd Street (since 1927)
► II/12 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4237 (1929); rev.
420 East 14th Street (1902-1927) – orig. Epis. Chapel of the Bread of Life; later Romeyn Chapel
► I/2 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 49 (1879)
St. Teresa Catholic Church (Lower East Side)
  141 Henry Street corner Rutgers Street (since 1863) – orig. Rutgers Presbyterian Church
► III/36 George Jardine & Son (1880) – rebuild of 1858 Robjohn retaining the case
• III/36 Thomas Robjohn (1858?)
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church (Harlem)
  262 West 118th Street (1907-2003)
► III/38 W.W. Kimball Co., KPO 3052 (1907)
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► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 613 (1955) – Lower Church
St. Thomas More Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  65 East 89th Street, near Madison Avenue (since 1950) – orig. Epis. Church of the Beloved Disciple
► II/23 Lively-Fulcher Pipe Organ Builders (1998)
► I/7 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1960) –orig. in St. Mark's Epis., Pittsburgh; moved to St. Ignatius of Antioch, NYC (c.1990); moved to St. Thomas More R.C. (c.1995); sold to R. A. Louprette (2009)
► III/23 Hall Organ Company (<1931); reb. of Möller
• II/30reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1808 (1914)
• II/ Müller & Abel (1901) – donated to New York Penitentiary (1914)
St. Veronica Catholic Church (West Village)
  149 Christopher Street at Washington Street (since 1891)
► II/18 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 390 (1902) – Upper Church
• unknown – Lower Church (completed 1891)
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church NE (Chelsea)
  Merged with Church of St. Columba (2013)
123 West 23rd Street, near Sixth Avenue
(1857-2013)
• III/41 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5911 (1937); rev. B. Cavelier (1980); reb. J. Konzelman (1987)
• III/42 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5911 (1937)
• Müller & Abel (c.1896)
• Franz X. Engelfried (c.1858)
16 East Canal Street, near Broadway (1841-1857)
• unknown
St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church (Upper East Side)
  869 Lexington Avenue at 66th Street
Present building (since 1918):
► IV/68 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 2224 (2002) – Gallery + new 4m console
► II/18 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 2145 (1998) – Chancel + new 4m console
► III/37 James A. Konzelman (1983) – Gallery
• Two Allen Organ Company electronics
► V/87 Fratelli Balbiani (1925) – Gallery and Chancel (removed 1958)
Original building (1867-1918):
► III/47 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 7 (1874)
• I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 10 (1874)
SS. Cyril and Methodius (Croatian) / St. Raphael Catholic Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  502 West 41st Street – orig. St. Raphael Catholic Church
Present building (since 1902):
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5010 (1932)
• II/ L.C. Harrison (c.19--)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 427 (1906)
First building (c.1886-1902):
• unknown
Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (The Battery)
  See Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
Transfiguration Catholic Church (Chinatown)
  29 Mott Street (since 1853) – orig. Zion Episcopal Church
• II/ Peragallo Pipe Organ Company (1935); reb. 1990s
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1853)
Chambers Street (1833-1853) – orig. Scottish Reformed Presbyterian Church
• unknown
The University Church of St. Joseph (Greenwich Village) – orig. named St. Joseph Church
  371 Avenue of the Americas at Washington Place (since 1834)
► III/39 Orgues Létourneau Ltée, Op. 128 (projected completion Dec. 2014)
► II/11 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1225 (1952, 1975)
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• II/20 Henry Erben (1836)
 
  Serbian Orthodox
   
Cathedral of St. Sava (Chelsea)
  20 West 25th Street (since 1942) – orig. Trinity Chapel of Trinity Parish
► III/44 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 548 (1922)
► III/39 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 107 (1871)
► III/33 Hall & Labagh (1853)
 
  Seventh-day Adventist
   
Advent Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church (Carnegie Hill)
  111 East 87th Street (since 1955)
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
City Tabernacle of Seventh-day Adventists (Washington Heights)
  562 West 150th Street (since 1930) – orig. Mount Neboh Synagogue
II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 505 (1916)
Crossroads Seventh-day Adventist Church (Hell's Kitchen)
  410 West 45th Street – orig. 4th German Mission Dutch Ref.; then Third Moravian Church
• unknown if any
130 West 79th Street (1978-1981) – orig. Unity Synagogue; then Mount Neboh Syng. (1930-1978)
► III/47 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1577 (1928) – see Mount Neboh Synagogue
Delancy Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Dia
  126 Forsyth Street (since 1970) – orig. Allen Street Presbyterian Church
• unknown
Ephesus Seventh-day Adventist Church (Harlem)
  101 West 123rd Street (since 1930) – orig. Second Collegiate Church of Harlem
► III/42 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 5383 (1973)
► II/38 Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1976) – Youth Church
• III/ Aeolian – poss. Op. 1793/94 (1931) from Amer. Women's Assoc. Clubhouse (inst. c.1950)
► II/21 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 341 (1887)
Manhattan Seventh-day Adventist Church (Greenwich Village)
  232 West 11th Street (since 1947) – orig. North Baptist Church
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3860 (1924); enlarged by unknown builder
► II/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3860 (1923) – orig. in United Comm. Ctr, Cedarhurst, N.Y.; enl. & rev.
► II/23 Richard M. Ferris (1856) – moved from Calvary Baptist Church (1883)
New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church (Harlem)
  28 Edgecombe Avenue near 136th Street – orig. St. Luke Episcopal Mission Chapel
► II/6 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (1930) – see St. Luke Episcopal Mission Chapel
116 Edgecombe Avenue (Mount Calvary United Methodist Church)
• II/21 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 615 (1956)
2227 Adam C. Powell Jr. Blvd. at 132nd St. – orig. Lafayette Theater, then Williams C.M.E. Church
• unknown
Unidentified Seventh-day Adventist Church
  location unknown
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• II/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4928 (1927)
 
  Swedenborgian
   
The New Church [of the New Jerusalem] (Murray Hill)
  114 East 35th Street (since 1859)
► III/38 Hall Organ Company (1919)
• III/34 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1888)
► II/25 Ferris & Stuart (1859) – moved to St. James Epis., Arlington, Vt. (1889)
Broadway near Rector Street (1838-1845)
• unknown
Pearl Street (1816-1838) – became Zion Baptist Church
• unknown
 
  Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
   
All Souls Unitarian Church (Yorkville)
  1157 Lexington Avenue at 80th Street (since 1932)
► III/53 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 2016 (1989)
• III/ Austin Organs Inc. (1970s); rev. Austin Op. 1707
► III/37 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1707 (1932)
249 Fourth Avenue at 20th Street (1855-1932) – known as Church of the Holy Zebra
► III/40 Ferris & Stuart (1856)
548 Broadway near Spring Street (1845-1855) – known as Church of the Divine Unity
• III/33 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 65 (1844)
Chambers Street (1821-1845) – known as First Congregational Church
► II/17 Thomas Appleton, Op. 17 (1827) – now in Second Congregational, Middle Haddam, Conn.
Church of the Divine Paternity
  See Fourth Universalist Society
Church of the Eternal Hope
  See Third Universalist Society
Church of the Messiah
  See Community Church of New York
Church of Our Saviour NE (Midtown West)
  309 West 57th Street (1874-1887) – sold to Central Congregational Church (1887)
• II/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 6 (1873)
65 West 35th Street – known as Sixth Universalist Society or Thirty-fifth Street Congregational
• Henry Erben (1866)
• Henry Erben (1858)
West 20th Street, near Seventh Avenue
• Ferris & Stuart (1852)
Community Church of New York (Murray Hill)
  40 East 35th Street (since 1948):
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8710 (1954)
► II/8 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2552 (1972) – Chapel
Fourth Avenue at 34th Street (1867-1948) – known as Church of the Messiah
► IV/50 George S. Hutchings, Op. 1680 (1912)
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 64 (1868)
728 Broadway (1839-1867)
• II/26 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 36 (1839); reb. Henry Crabbe (1854)
Prince and Mercer Streets (1825-burned 1839) – aka Second Cong. or Second Unitarian
• I/ Thomas Appleton (1828)
First Unitarian Society (aka First Congregational Church)
  See All Souls Unitarian Church
Fourth Unitarian Society NE (Harlem)
  128th Street near Fourth Avenue (1869-1886) – became Unity Congregational Society
• unknown
Fourth Universalist Society (Upper West Side)
  160 Central Park West at 76th Street (since 1898)
► IV/61 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 271 (1917), alt.
► IV/62 George S. Hutchings, Op. 431 (1898); elec. by Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1904)
588 Fifth Avenue at 45th Street (1866-1898) – known as Church of the Divine Paternity
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (>1887)
548 Broadway near Spring Street (1855-1866) – orig. Church of the Divine Unity
• III/29 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 65 (1845)
Murray Street (1847-1852) – orig. South Dutch Reformed Church
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• Henry Erben (1838)
Lenox Avenue Unitarian Church
  See West Side Unitarian Church
Sawyer Memorial Universalist Church NE (Harlem)
  121 East 127th Street at Lexington Avenue
Second building (1879-c.1889) – ren. Sawyer Memorial Universalist Church
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 82 (1884) – rental organ
First building (1869-1879)
• unknown
Oliver Street (c.1862-1869)
• I/5 George Jardine & Son (<1869)
97 Orchard Street (1832-c.1862) – orig. Reformed Dutch Church
• unknown
Second Avenue Universalist Society NE (The Bowery)
  Second Avenue at East 11th Street
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Second Unitarian Society
  See Community Church of New York
Second Universalist Society
  See Sawyer Memorial Universalist Society
Sixth Universalist Society
  See Church of Our Saviour
Third Universalist Society NE (Upper West Side)
  142 West 81st Street (1893-c.1908) – now Mount Pleasant Baptist
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 309 (1893)
133-135 West 11th Street near Sixth Avenue (1884-1893) – orig. New York Presbyterian
► II/14 George Jardine & Son (1884)
214 Bleecker Street (1836-1884) – later St. Benedict the Moor RC; then Our Lady of Pompei RC
• II/16 Ferris & Stuart (<1873)
• II/ Henry Erben (1836)
Thirty-fifth Street Congregational Church
  See Church of Our Saviour
Union Congregational Church (Harlem)
  60 W. 138th Street (since 1937) – orig. Rush Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church
• unknown
Unity Chapel
  See Fourth Unitarian Society
West Side Unitarian Church NE (Morningside Heights)
  Merged into the Community Church of New York (1931)
550 West 110th Street near Broadway (1921-1931) – now Congregation Ramath Orah
► IV/42 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4207 (1925)
221 Lenox Avenue at 121st Street (1891-1919) – known as Lenox Avenue Unitarian; now Ebenezer Gospel Tabernacle
► II/12 Reuben Midmer & Sons
• II/10 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 508 (1891)
128th Street near Fourth Avenue (1886-1891) – orig. Fourth Unitarian Society / Unity Chapel
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• unknown
 
  United Church of Christ (UCC)
   
Broadway United Church of Christ (Morningside Heights)
  2504 Broadway at 93rd Street (since 2000) – shared facility with Advent Lutheran Church
► II/16 Casavant Frères, Op. 3166 (1972) – orig. Southwestern Adventist College, Keene, TX (1998)
► II/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 377 (c.1901) – removed (2000)
Broadway at 56th Street (1905-1969) – known as Broadway Tabernacle
► IV/66 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 991 (1939/40)
► IV/57 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Op. 1536; rev. E. M. Skinner (1921)
► IV/55 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co., Op. 1536 (1908)
34th Street and Sixth Avenue (1859-1905)
• III/ L.C. Harrison, Op. 65 (1883) – reb. of Ferris & Stuart
► III/41 Ferris & Stuart (1859); enl. by Levi U. Stuart (1865)
Broadway, between Anthony (Worth) Street and Catherine Lane (1836-1857)
• Unknown builder
Grace Congregational Church of Harlem (Harlem)
  310 West 139th Street (since 1923) – orig. Lenox Presbyterian Church
► II/12 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 1719 (1982)
• II/24 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 414 (1905)
Judson Memorial Church (Greenwich Village)
  55 Washington Square South
► II/28 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 512 (1892)
Rauschenbusch Memorial United Church of Christ NE ((Hell's Kitchen)
  407 West 43rd Street – orig. Second German Baptist Church; now Westside Theatre
• Jesse Woodbury
The Riverside Church (Morningside Heights)
  (American Baptist and United Church of Christ)
Riverside Drive at 122nd Street (since 1930)
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See The Riverside Church in Interdenominational section
 
Residences & Yachts
 
  Extant in Manhattan
 
Anonymous Residence
  ► II/13 Orgelmakerij van der Putten en Veger (1994)
Patrick Allen Residence
  ► II/7 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 1128 (1947) – orig. in Eastman School of Music
Louise Basbas
  ► I/3 Taylor & Boody, Op. 21 (1987)
Mrs. J. L. C. Residence
  ► IV/36 Sebastian Glück, Op. 3 (1991)
Ms. S. D. Residence
  ► I/4 Noack Organ Company, Op. 131-III (1996)
Ernesto and Edith Fabbri Townhouse
  7 East 95th Street at Fifth Avenue – now House of the Redeemer
► II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 1398 (1916)
Henry Clay Frick Residence
  1 East 70th Street at Fifth Avenue – now The Frick Collection
► IV/79 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 918 (1934) – enl. and dup. 4m console
► IV/70 Aeolian Company, Op. 1263 (1914)
David J. Hurd, Jr. Residence
  ► II/3 Bozeman-Gibson, Op. 20 (1981)
Daniel Kirk-Foster Residence
  ► II/2 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 2001 (1946) – orig. in Union Theological Seminary
Lictro Residence
  • II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 6407 (2003) – combo WIcks pipes + Walker digital
John Olson Residence
  ► II/2 Wahl Organbuilders, Op. 11C (2003)
Stephen A. Rumpf Residence
  ► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8045 (1950)
Stephen Simon Residence
  ► I/7 Mander Organs (1999)
Keith S. Tóth Residence
  ► II/8 Guilbault-Thérien, Op. 46 (2002)
Felix M. Warburg Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street (1908-1944) – now the Jewish Museum
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• II/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1054 (1908)
Jo Broyles Yohay Residence (SOHO)
  • II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc. (1933) Portable/Artiste
   
  Non-Extant or Moved
   
Dr. T. F. Allen Residence (Greenwich Village)
  96 Fourth Avenue (Park Avenue South)
• II/7 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 906 (1878) – moved to Alpine Comm. Meth., Alpine, N.J. (1968)
Douglas Alexander Residence (Upper West Side)
  1 West 72nd Street at Central Park West – "The Dakota"
• II/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 936 (1903) – enlarged and moved to Stamford, Conn., as Op. 1109
Anonymous Residence (Upper East Side)
  ► II/5 Guilbault-Thérien (1999) – moved to Bronxville, N.Y.
Anonymous Residence
  ► II/1 Schwenkedel (1974) – sold (2012)
Mrs. Carolyn Armstrong Residence (Lenox Hill)
  11 East 67th Street
► II/20 Aeolian Company, Op. 1425 (1919) – sold to C. B. Mertz, NYC (1927)
LeRoy E. Baldwin Residence (Lenox Hill)
  17 East 70th Street – orig. Alvin W. Krech Residence
► III/36 Aeolian Company, Op. 1143 (1910)
Col. William L. Barbour Residence (Midtown)
  13-15 West 53rd Street – became Museum of Modern Art
► II/12 Austin Organ Company, Op. 81 (1903)
Watson Barratt Residence (Upper West Side)
  15 West 67th Street – Central Park Studios Building
• Unknown Builder
A. B. Bastedo Residence (Upper West Side)
  525 West End Avenue at 85th Street
• II/- Estey Organ Company, Op. 1371 (1915) – moved to Henri Bendel res., Great Neck, N.Y. (1916)
Martin Beck Residence (Lenox Hill)
  166 East 64th Street
► II/7 Welte-Mignon Corporation (1920)
Henry Belden Residence (Harlem)
  1449 Fifth Avenue at 118th Street
• unknown organ
William Belden Residence (Lenox Hill)
  810 Fifth Avenue at 62nd Street
► III/41 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 190 (1881) – sold to Troy (N.Y.) Savings Bank (1890) – extant
Bell Residence (Upper West Side)
  182 Riverside Drive at 90th Street
• II/13 Aeolian Company, Op. 928 (1902, 1905)
Alva E. Belmont Residence (Midtown)
  477 Madison Avenue at 51st Street
► II/30 Aeolian Company, Op. 747 (1894) – moved from Belmont Castle, Newport, R.I. (1909)
Henri Bendel Residence (Midtown)
  520 Fifth Avenue at 43rd Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1504 (1916)
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• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 911 (1911)
Dr. Thomas L. Bennett Residence (Upper West Side)
  307 West 91st Street
• II/ Hutchings-Votey (c.1905)
John Bentis Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Berler Residence (Washington Heights)
  809 Riverside Drive at 158th Street
• Welte-Mignon Corporation, Op. 121 (1920)
Philip Berolzheimer Residence (Upper West Side)
  125 West 79th Street
► II/10 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1096 (1913) – moved to California (1953); extant
Dr. Robert S. Bickley Residence (Lenox Hill)
  885 Fifth Avenue at 70th Street
► II/13 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 731 (1928)
C. K. G. Billings Residence (Inwood)
  Fort Washington Avenue at 195th Street (1907-1916) – "Tryon Hall" (burned 1926)
► III/62 Aeolian Company, Op. 1021 (1906)
673 Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street (1901-1907)
► II/16 Aeolian Company, Op. 939 (1903)
George Blumenthal Residence (Lenox Hill)
  50 East 70th Street at Park Avenue
► III/45 Aeolian Company, Op. 1348 (1916)
M. C. D. Borden Residence (Midtown)
  25 West 56th Street
► II/32 Aeolian Company, Op. 930 (1902)
George C. Boldt Residence (Murray Hill)
  34th Street and Fifth Avenue – the original Waldorf=Astoria Hotel
► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 822 (1910)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 98 (1904)
Frederick G. Bourne Residence (Upper West Side)
  1 West 72nd Street at Central Park West – "The Dakota"
• II/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 936 (1903)
Temple Bowdoin Residence (Murray Hill)
  104 East 37th Street at Park Avenue
• II/25 Aeolian Company, Op. 1296 (1914)
William Braden Residence (Lenox Hill)
  875 Madison Avenue at 73rd Street – See Ben Ali Haggin Residence
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 1310 (1914, 1916)
Nicholas F. Brady Residence (Upper East Side)
  989 Fifth Avenue at 80th Street
• II/14 Aeolian Company, Op. 1103 (1909)
Dr. George E. Brewer Residence (Lenox Hill)
  16 East 64th Street
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1293 (1914)
David S. Brown Residence (Upper West Side)
  Riverside Drive and 102nd Street (1895-1910)
► II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 802 (1895) – acq. by W. F. Blackman of Winter Park, Fla. (1910)
Edward S. Brown Residence (Lenox Hill)
  17 East 70th Street
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• III/36 Aeolian Company, Op. 1143 (1910)
J. Buckley Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh
Andrew Carnegie Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  2 East 91st Street at Fifth Avenue – now the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
• III/44 Aeolian (Votey), Op. 895 (1900) – removed 1976
Pierre Cartier Residence (Upper Carnegie Hill)
  15 East 96th Street (1921-1945) – See Mrs. Lucy Drexel Dahlgren Residence
► II/22 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1377 (1916)
Mr. Chamberlain Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
S. B. Chapin Residence (Lenox Hill)
  930 Fifth Avenue at 74th Street
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 1018 (1906, 1910)
Joseph H. Choate Residence (Lenox Hill)
  8 East 63rd Street
• II/18 George S. Hutchings, Op. 460 (c.1898)
Walter P. Chrysler Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1504 (1916) – moved from Henri Bendel residence
Claffin Residence
  23rd Street
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 728 (1894)
I. M. Clark Residence (Midtown)
  522 Fifth Avenue at 44th Street – Sherry's Hotel
• II/ unknown
Senator William A. Clark Residence (Lenox Hill)
  960 Fifth Avenue at 77th Street (1908-razed 1932)
• IV/71 Murray Harris, Op. 77 (1911)
John Conley Residence (Lenox Hill)
  46 East 61st Street
► II/13 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1988 (1921)
R. L. Corby Residence (Upper East Side)
  48 East 80th Street
• III/46 Aeolian Company, Op. 1657 (1927)
George F. Crane Residence (Greenwich Village)
  16 West 12th Street
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 308 (1906)
George Warrington Curtis Residence (Midtown)
  16 West 53rd Street
► II/23 Aeolian Company, Op. 979 (1905) – moved to his Southampton, N.Y. residence (c.1908)
Louis A. Cyrus Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1410 (1935)
Mrs. Lucy Drexel Dahlgren Residence (Upper Carnegie Hill)
  15 East 96th Street (1916-1921) – later leased then owned by Pierre Cartier (1921-1945)
► II/22 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1377 (1916)
Charles Henry Davis Residence (Upper West Side)
  323 West 80th Street at Riverside Drive
► II/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 837 (1897) – sold to J. E. Barbour of Paterson, N.J. (1928)
Joseph P. Day Residence (Gramercy Park)
  34 Gramercy Park
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2905 (1930)
Col. E. A. Deeds Residence and Yacht
  ► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 786 (1929) – Yacht Lotusland
► II/11 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 675 (1927) – Residence
Captain Joseph Raphael DeLamar Residence and Yacht (Murray Hill)
  233 Madison Avenue at 37th Street – now the Polish Consulate
• II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1384 (1916) – Yacht May
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• 0/33 Aeolian Company, Op. 1354 (1915) – Residence
Mrs. H. E. Dodge Residence (Lenox Hill)
  Fifth Avenue at 61st Street
• III/39s Austin Organ Company, Op. 295 (1912)
Charles Dolt Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1913)
James Douglas Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1917)
Dr. Edward Kellogg Dunham Residence (Lenox Hill)
  35 East 68th Street
► I/7 Aeolian Company, Op. 898 (1900)
Lord Joseph Duveen Residence (Carnegie Hilll)
  13-15 East 91st Street (1923-razed 1940) – orig. Charles MacNeill Residence (1916-1923)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1490 (1916)
Dr. Ellsworth Eliot Residence
  location unknown
• I/10 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 970 (1879)
Steve Empson Residence
  location unknown
• II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 5439 (1974)
[1st] Ernesto and Edith Fabbri Residence (Lenox Hill)
  11 East 62nd Street (1900-1912) – sold to Charles Steele (1914); sold to Japanese Government
► II/17 Aeolian Company, Op. 871 (1899)
[2nd] Ernesto and Edith Fabbri Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  7 East 95th Street at Fifth Avenue (1916-1949) – became House of the Redeemer
► II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 1398 (1916) – extant but unplayable
Edward F. F. Flammer Residence (Upper West Side)
  247 West 102nd Street
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 313 (1906)
Marion R. Frazier III Residence (Greenwich Village)
  12 East 12th Street – 12th Floor
► III/28 Welte & Sons (1916) – built by Ernest M. Skinner Co. (Op. 253); orig. in Eugene Meyer Res., Mt. Kisco, N.Y.; moved to Speyer Technik Museum, Germany (1993)
George Gershwin Residence (Upper West Side)
  316 West 103rd Street
• Welte Philharmonic Pipe Organ (1929)
Archer Gibson Residence (Upper West Side)
  257 West 86th Street at Broadway
► III/26 Aeolian Company, Op. 1419 (1918)
Rodney Alan Giles Residence (Upper West Side)
  755 West End Avenue at 97th Street
• II/4 Noack Organ Company (1980s) – given to First Presbyterian Church, Pompano Beach, Fla.
Mr. P. Glissando Residence (Harlem)
  22 West 133rd Street at Lenox Avenue
• unknown builder – additions by J.H. & C.S. Odell (1906)
Thomas Goadby Residence (Garment District)
  21 West 35th Street
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Edwin Drexel Godfrey Residence (Upper East Side)
  4 East 64th Street
• II/14 Aeolian Company, Op. 1511 (1922)
W. R. Goodman Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1914)
Howard Gould Yacht
  Yacht Niagara
• Welte player organ
Dr. C. W. Grant Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Benjamin Gregory Residence (Chelsea)
  324 West 23rd Street
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 152 (1876)
• unknown earlier organ
Ben Ali Haggin Residence (Lenox Hill)
  875 Madison Avenue at 73rd Street – became William Braden residence
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 1310 (1914) – orig. in "French Room" of Aeolian Hall; sold to Haggin in 1916
Ben Hall Residence
  181 Christopher Street
► II/5 "Style 150" Wurlitzer, Op. 2095 (1931) – orig. in Lawler Theatre, Greenfield, Mass.; later moved to Carnegie Hall Cinema; now in Lafayette Theatre in Suffern, N.Y
J. S. Halsted Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
R. Halsted Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh
J. Horace Harding Residence (Lenox Hill)
  955 Fifth Avenue at 77th Street
• III/31 Aeolian Company, Op. 1067 (1908)
10 East 77th Street – now Permanent Mission of Myanmar to the United Nations
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 963 (1896) – See Mrs. Charlotte M. Tytus Residence
Dr. John A. Harris Residence (Upper West Side)
  140 Riverside Drive at 86th Street
• II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1422 (1918); 11 ranks added in 1920, using many pipes from
the II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1384 (1916) which was on J. R. DeLamar's yacht May.
J. A. H. Hasbrouck Residence
  location unknown
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Frank Seymour Hastings Residence (Midtown)
  15 West 50th Street
• II/12 Votey Organ Co., Op. 873 (1899)
George Haws Residence
  location unknown
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Col. William Haywood Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  Fifth Avenue at 86th Street
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• III/41 Aeolian Company, Op. 1362 (1916)
Charles Henderson Residence
  location unknown
• I/4 Charles F. Durner (c.1859)
A. J. Herrlich Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1185 Park Avenue at 93rd Street
• Robert Morton Organ Co. (1929)
Robert Hoe III Residence (Murray Hill)
  11 East 36th Street (1876-?)
• unknown
Unknown address (?-1876)
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 88 (1869)
• Hall & Labagh (<1885)
L. M. Hoffman Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh
Joseph L. Hollander Residence (Upper West Side)
  804 West End Avenue at 99th Street – orig. Mrs. Laura E. Wells Residence
► II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 911 (1901)
H. Hollinghurst Residence
  location unknown
• II/4s Austin Organ Company, Op. 847 (1920)
R. W. Hollingsworth Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1917)
J. J. Hopkins Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1075 Park Avenue at 88th Street – orig. H. A. Nichols Residence
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2073 (1923)
Ernest Hopkinson Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1120 Fifth Avenue at 93rd Street
► II/15 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 530 (1925) – moved to Memorial Hospital as Op. 530-A (1938)
Rapelje Howell Residence
  location unknown
• II/- Estey Organ Company, Op. 1595 (1917)
J. W. Hoyet Residence
  location unknown
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Arthur S. Hyde Residence (Upper West Side)
  15 West 67th Street – Central Park Studios Building
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 638 (1909) – sold to Pietro A. Yon (c.1914)
Arthur Curtiss James Residence (Lenox Hill)
  39 East 69th Street at Park Avenue
► II/? Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 242 (1915) – moved to Methodist Church, Summit, N.J.
Dr. A. B. Keeler Residence
  location unknown
• II/- M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6446 (1937)
Col. J. J. Kerrigan Residence
  location unknown
• Welte-Tripp Organ Corporation (1926 or 1931)
Phoebe Palmer Knapp Residence (Midtown)
  767 Fifth Avenue at East 58th Street – Savoy Hotel
► III/24 George Jardine & Son (1880) – moved from Phoebe Knapp's Brooklyn residence (1898)
Louis C. Krauthoff Residence (Midtown)
  Fifth Avenue at 59th Street, 10th Floor – Plaza Hotel
• Unknown Builder (1908)
Alvin W. Krech Residence (Lenox Hill)
  17 East 70th Street (1911-1927) – sold to LeRoy W. Baldwin
► III/36 Aeolian Company, Op. 1143 (1910)
John Larkin Residence
  location unknown
• II/10s Austin Organ Company, Op. 480 (1914)
Robert A. Lehman Residence (Gramercy Park)
  235 East 22nd Street at Second Avenue
► I/2 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 251 or 252 (1885) – given to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1976)
Ernest Levy Residence
  location unknown
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4781 (1925)
Jules Levy Residence
  118th Street
► I/6 George Jardine & Son (1880)
C. Bai Lihme Residence (Lenox Hill)
  950 Fifth Avenue at 76th Street
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► II/9 Welte-Mignon Corp. (1926) – sold to St. John Ev. Lutheran, Yonkers, N.Y. (1943)
G. R. Lockwood Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1917)
Carl M. Loeb Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Welte & Sons Company (1918)
Vincent Lopez Residence
  location unknown
• I/2 "Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 887 (1924) – in piano case with two 37-note ranks
Walter Luttgen Residence (Upper West Side)
  West End Avenue at 93rd Street
► II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 934 (1903)
51 West 75th Street
► I/8 Aeolian Company, Op. 861 (1898)
Charles M. MacNeill Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  13-15 East 91st Street (1916-1923) – sold to Sir Joseph Duveen – razed (1940)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1490 (1916)
William Maul Residence
  location unknown
• II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 5826 (1981)
Wilbur K. Matthews Residence (Midtown)
  160 West 59th Street
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 479 (c.1899)
Mrs. J. S. McClean Residence (Upper East Side)
  7 East 63rd Street
• II/16s George Jardin & Son
William M. McNair Residence (Upper East Side)
  5 East 79th Street
• II/- Estey Organ Company, Op. 1368 (1915)
C. B. Mertz Residence (Midtown)
  250 West 57th Street
• II/20 Aeolian Company, Op. 1425 (1919) – orig. in Carolyn Armstrong Residence, NYC
J. E. Miller Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh
John Miller-Masury Residence (Midtown)
  622 Fifth Avenue at 50th Street
► I/7 Aeolian Company – "Style 125" (c.1895)
Edgar Mills Residence (Lenox Hill)
  131 East 66th at Lexington Avenue
• II/ Wirsching Organ Co. (1909)
John Murray Mitchell Residence (Lenox Hill)
  9 East 67th Street at Fifth Avenue
► II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 876 (1899)
Dave Hennen Morris Residence (Lenox Hill)
  19 East 70th Street
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1054 (1910) – rebuilt & moved to City College, 23rd Street (1936)
269 West 72nd Street (1901-1910)
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 449 (1898) – moved to Bedford Heights Baptist Church, Brooklyn, by M.P. Möller as Op. 1201 (1918)
Jacob Wray Mould Residence (Kips Bay)
  123 East 26th Street
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Edythe Myers Residence
  location unknown
• Welte & Sons Company (1913)
Elkan Naumburg Residence
  location unknown
• II/16 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1804 (1898)
H. A. Nichols Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1075 Park Avenue at 88th Street – became J. J. Hopkins Residence
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2073 (1923)
Alexander Nixon Residence (Hell's Kitchen)
  West 43rd Street
► II/9 Harry Hall (1899); reb. as II/20 by Anthony Meloni (1983) – orig. in St. Rose of Lima Convent, Meriden, Conn.; moved to University Lutheran Church, Philadelphia (1989)
Edwin Norton Residence (Upper West Side)
  154 Riverside Drive at 88th Street
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (tubular)
F. Oelsner Residence (SOHO)
  475 West Broadway at Houston Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 28 (1903) – orig. in F.W.R. Eschman Residence, Yonkers, N.Y.
Rudolph Oelsner Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Aeolian Company, Op. 865 (1899) – orig. for Dr. S. L. Chadwick, Cleveland, Oh.
Tom O'Horgan Residence (Union Square)
  840 Broadway at East 13th Street (1970s-2007)
► I/3 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1973)
► I/1 "Regal" – Flentrop Orgelbouw
Mrs. Loyde Ortel Residence
  location unknown
► II/10 Flentrop Orgelbouw, Op. 568 (1960) – given to Yale Institute of Sacred Music (2002)
Gustave Pagenstecher Residence (Upper East Side)
  21 East 70th Street
• II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1697 (1919)
Hubert T. Parson Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1071 Fifth Avenue at 88th Street
• II/28 Aeolian Company, Op. 1324 (1915)
Nicholas E. Partos Residence (Inwood)
  Fort Washington Avenue at 195th Street – orig. C. K. G. Billings Residence, "Tryon Hall"
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► III/62 Aeolian Company, Op. 1021 (1906)
Anthony A. Paterno Residence (Upper West Side)
  255 West 71st Street
► 0/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 1766a (1929) – "Marie Antoinette (No. 6)"
Dr. Charles V. Paterno Residence (Washington Heights)
  182 Northern (now Cabrini) Avenue at 182nd Street (1908-razed 1938)
► III/50 Aeolian Company, Op. 1174 (1910, 1913) – moved to St. Paul Epis., Glen Cove, N.Y. (1938)
C. D. Pease Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Peck Residence (Upper West Side)
  804 West End Avenue at 99th Street – orig. Mrs. Laura E. Wells residence
► II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 911 (1901)
George H. Penniman Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1071 Fifth Avenue at 88th Street
► II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 853 (1898) – moved to Masonic Temple, Portsmith, Oh.
Joseph P. Pennington Residence (Greenwich Village)
  80 Washington Square South
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 152 (1876) – orig. for Benjamin Gregory Residence, NYC; moved from Presb. Church, Greenwich, Conn. (1910)
Wilhelm Pickhardt Residence (Lenox Hill)
  Southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and 74th Street (razed 1916)
• III/46 Hilborne Roosevelt, Op. 130 (1885)
• II/14 Hilborne Roosevelt, Op. 99 (1882)
Joseph M. Priaulx Residence (Governors Island)
  Governors Island
► I/5 Hall, Labagh & Kemp (c.1850) – moved to Thekla Hall, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Morton F. Plant Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  Fifth Avenue at 86th Street
• III/41 Aeolian Company, Op. 1362 (1916)
I. J. Post Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh
Joseph Pulitzer Residence (Lenox Hill)
  11 East 73rd Street
► II/13 Aeolian Company, Op. 924 (1902)
Henry W. Ranger Studio Building (Upper West Side)
  23-27 West 67th Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 174 (1904)
Luigi Troll Rees Residence (Upper West Side)
  49 West 75th Street
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5483 (c.1935)
Norman S. Riesenfeld Residence
  location unknown
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1808 (1920)
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Residence (Midtown)
  4-10 West 54th Street
• II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 1234 (1912)
Sigmund Romberg Residence (Midtown)
  33 West 55th Street
► III/16 Aeolian Company, Op. 1685 (1928) – extant in Bethlehem, Penn.
Touro Robertson Residence (Midtown)
  13 [or 21] East 56th Street
• II/ Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 112 (c.1883)
J. B. Russell Residence (Upper West Side)
  182 Riverside Drive at 90th Street
► II/13 Aeolian Company, Op. 928 (1902) – moved from 5th FL Recital Chamber, Aeolian Hall (1905)
Walter Russell Residence (Upper West Side)
  25 West 67th Street at Central Park West – Hôtel des Artistes
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 159 (1904)
Miss Lucy S. Schieffelin Residence (Upper West Side)
  241 West 70th Street
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2187 (1924)
Charles M. Schwab Residence, "Riverside" (Upper West Side)
  Riverside Drive at 73rd Street
► IV/74 Aeolian Company, Op. 1032 (1907,1919)
► II/33 Aeolian Company, Op. 961 (1904) – built by Hutchings-Votey
Edward W. Sheldon Residence (Garment District)
  15 West 38th Street
► II/27 Aeolian Company, Op. 944 (1904)
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► II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 860 (1898)
Mrs. James Sheldon Residence
  location unknown
• Welte Organ Company (1928)
Helen Gould Shepard Residence (Midtown)
  579 Fifth Avenue at 47th Street
• III/34 Aeolian Company, Op. 1280 (1913) – extant in Columbia, MO
James G. Shepherd Residence (Lenox Hill)
  14 East 74th Street
• II/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 1480 (1920)
George Sherman Residence (Flatiron District)
  16 West 20th Street
► II/11 Aeolian Co., Op. 753 (1894) – reb. as Op. 879 (1899) for J.K.W. Sherword, Glen Cove, N.Y.
Maj. Gen. Daniel Sickles Residence (Greenwich Village)
  23 Fifth Avenue at 9th Street
• II/9 Verney Pipe Organ Co. (1900s) – moved to Transfiguration P.E. Chapel, Brooklyn (1910)
Harry F. Sinclair Residence (Upper East Side)
  2 East 79th Street at Fifth Avenue – now Ukrainian Institute of America
• III/27 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2053 (1922)
William Douglas Sloane Residence (Midtown)
  2 West 52nd Street at Fifth Avenue
• III/31 Aeolian Company, Op. 1094 (1909) – moved to Trinity Church, Lenox, Mass. (1926)
• III/38s George S. Hutchings, Op. 448 (1898)
Albert C. Smith Residence (Upper West Side)
  50 Riverside Drive at 77th Street
• II/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1305 (1914)
G. B. Smith, Esq. Residence
  location unknown
• I/ George Jardine (1838)
J. J. Smith Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
James A. Sparks Residence (Lower East Side)
  177 East Broadway
• I/3 Unknown Builder
Everett Spawn Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1365 (1935)
Charles Steele Residence (Lenox Hill)
  11 East 62nd Street (1914-?) – See Ernesto G. Fabbri Residence
► II/17 Aeolian Company, Op. 871 (1899)
C. C. Stillman Residence (Lenox Hill)
  9 East 67th Street
• II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 876 (1899)
Otto Strack Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1920)
• II/- Estey Organ Company, Op. 739 (1910)
Willard D. Straight Residence (Carnegie Hill)
  1 East 94th Street at Fifth Avenue
► III/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1304 (1914) – moved to St. Mark Epis., Jackson Hts., Queens (1925)
S. W. Straus Residence (Midtown East)
  Park Avenue and 51st Street (Ambassador Hotel)
• III/ Welte-Mignon Corp. (c.1925)
George Templeton Strong Residence (Gramercy Park)
  55 Gramercy Park North
► III/12 Henry Erben (1840)
William H. Taylor Residence (Upper West Side)
  12 West 96th Street
• II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 1424 (1918); enlarged in 1919 and 1923, ending up III/29
Mrs. Lucy Cotton Thomas Residence (Lenox Hill)
  2 East 61st Street at Fifth Avenue – Hotel Pierre
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• Welte Organ Company (1928)
Mrs. Samuel Thorne Residence (Lenox Hill)
  914 Fifth Avenue at 73rd Street
► II/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 907 (1901) – moved to Mrs. Tjader Res., Darien, Conn (1927)
Louis Comfort Tiffany Studio/Residence (Lenox Hill)
  Madison Avenue at 72nd Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1584 (1917) – Chapel of the Holy Spirit (moved to St. Martha's Chapel, Bronx)
► II/23 Aeolian Company, Op. 925 (1902, 1907)
Robert E. Tod Residence (Upper West Side)
  323 West 74th Street
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (tubular)
Harry B. Towle Residence
  location unknown
► II/16 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 742 (1928) – moved to Rodebaugh Res., Pughtown, PA (1941)
Edmund Q. Trowbridge Residence (Lenox Hill)
  10 East 77th Street – now Permanent Mission of Myanmar to the United Nations
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 963 (1896) – See Mrs. Charlotte M. Tytus Residence
Mrs. Charlotte M. Tytus Residence
  10 East 77th Street – now Permanent Mission of Myanmar to the United Nations
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 963 (1896)
Unidentified Residence
  location unknown
• III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2215 (1908)
Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. Residence (Midtown)
  660 Fifth Avenue at 52nd Street
► II/13 Aeolian Company, Op. 1013 (1906)
Henry D. Walbridge Residence (Midtown)
  34 West 49th Street – prev. Charles Steele residence
► II/17 Aeolian Co., Op. 1049 (1907) – moved from 5th FL Recital Chamber, Aeolian Hall (1912)
Paul M. Warburg Residence (Upper East Side)
  15–17 East 80th Street
• II/20 Aeolian Company, Op. 1042 (1907)
W. Kenneth Weaver Residence (Morningside Heights)
  106 Morningside Drive at 121st Street
► II/4 Sebastian Glück, Op. 1 (1985) – removed (1993)
Mrs. Laura E. Wells Residence
  804 West End Avenue at 99th Street
► II/10 Aeolian Company, Op. 911 (1901)
B. M. Whitlock Residence and Yacht
  • Aeolian Company, Op. 851 (1898) – Yacht Hildegarde (possibly not built)
• I/ Frank Roosevelt, Op. 485 (1891) – Residence
William C. Whitney Residence NE (Lenox Hill)
  871 Fifth Avenue at 68th Street (?-razed 1942)
• II/18 E. F. Walcker, Op. 877 (1899)
Joseph Wild Residence
  location unknown
• Levi U. Stuart (c.1870)
Dr. Thomas H. Willard Residence (Upper West Side)
  44 Riverside Drive at 77th Street
• II/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 1190 (1916)
Arthur Williams Residence
  location unknown
• II/- Estey Organ Company, Op. 1885 (1921)
[Mrs.] Thomas Williams Residence (Garment District)
  31 West 31st Street
• [Alexander?] Mills
Lester Wolff Residence (Upper West Side)
  326 West 80th Street at Riverside Drive
• II/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1528 (1923) – orig. in Stanley Wood Res., Freeport, Me.
Frank W. Woolworth Residence (Upper East Side)
  990 Fifth Avenue at 80th Street
► III/49 Aeolian Company, Op. 1144 (1910, 1914)
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► II/17 Aeolian Company, Op. 874 (1899)
John Zundel Residence (Lower Manhattan)
  206 William Street
• II/11 E. F. Walcker, Op. 115 (1852)
 
  Studios
 
  Broadcasting & Recording
   
American Recording Studio NE (Midtown)
  1776 Broadway at 57th Street
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3037 (1932) – moved from Byers Recording Studio (>1933)

Byers Recording Laboratory NE (Midtown)

  1780 Broadway at 57th Street
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3037 (1932) – moved to American Recording Studio (>1933)
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2832 (1929) – "Grand Minuette" – moved here in 1932
National Broadcasting Company (Midtown)
  30 Rockefeller Plaza between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
► III/15 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 923 (1934) – Studio 3B (moved to USMA, West Point, N.Y.)
Paramount Theatre Broadcasting Studio NE (Times Square)
  1501 Broadway, between 43rd and 44th Streets
► IV/21 "Special 4-manual" Wurlitzer, Op. 1960 (1928)
Radio City Broadcasting Studio NE (Midtown)
  1260 Avenue of the Americas at 50th Street (Rockefeller Center)
► III/14 "Style Special 3-manual" Wurlitzer, Op. 2180 (1932)
Radio Corporation of America NE (Midtown)
  30 Rockefeller Plaza between Fifth and Sixth Avenues (unknown studio or location)
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Op. 8521 (1953) – rental; moved to Missionary Training Institute, Nyack-on-Hudson
Roxy Theatre Broadcasting Studio NE (Midtown)
  153 West 50th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co., Op. 6887 (1927)
WCBS Radio Studio (Midtown West)
  113 West 57th Street (17th floor penthouse of Steinway Hall)
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1927) – moved from Lew White Institute for Organ and enlarged to III/10
(this organ may have been one of the two-manual organs at the Lew White Institute)
WMCA Radio Studio NE (Midtown West)
  1697 Broadway at West 53rd Street (Hammerstein Theatre)
• III/11 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1066 (1925); reb. 1941
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 784 (1924) – purchased in 1931
WNEW Radio Studio NE (Midtown)
  501 Madison Avenue at 52nd Street
• Marr & Colton (1928)
WOR Radio Studio NE (Times Square)
  1440 Broadway at 41st Street (location in 1935)
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► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1818 (1927) – moved from Terrace Theatre (1935)
 
  Miscellaneous
   
Abraham Archibald Anderson Residence Studio NE (Garment District)
  80 West 40th Street at Sixth Avenue
► II/24 Aeolian Company, Op. 901 (1901); rev. (1919)
► II/24 Aeolian Company, Op. 901 (1901); rev. (1912)
► II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 901 (1901); rev. (1905)
► II/11 Aeolian Company, Op. 901 (1901)
John Groth Studio NE (Murray Hill)
  218 Madison Avenue at East 36th Street
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6709 (1938)
 
  Teaching
   
J. Warren Andrews Studio (aka Church Music School) NE (Upper West Side)
  Parish House – Church of the Divine Paternity
4 West 76th Street at Central Park West
► III/14 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1905)
► II/13 George S. Hutchings, Op. 308 (1893) – orig. in Andrews Studio, Minneapolis; moved to St. Catherine of Genoa R.C. Church, NYC (1905)
Lilian Carpenter Studio NE (Upper West Side)
  Sherman Square Studios
160 West 73rd Street
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7897 (1948)
Emilia Del Terzo Studio NE (Upper West Side)
  Carnegie Hall Studio Towers
154 West 57th Street, Studio 856 (c.1943-1999) – orig. Pietro Yon Studio
• III/7 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4414 (1929); enl. by Kilgen (1938)
William A. Goldsworthy Studio NE (East Village)
  234 East 11th Street
• II/20s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3137 (1921)
Guilmant Organ School NE (Upper West Side)
  Lincoln Towers – 205 West End Avenue at 66th Street (1963-closed early 1970s)
► II/2½ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9859 (1964)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1964)
First Presbyterian Church, 12 West 12th Street (1899-1963)
► IV/92 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2408 (1961)
► IV/72 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 293 (1920)
► III/52 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 368 (1887)
Arthur King Studio
  location unknown
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4302
Magna-Chordia Studio
  location unknown
► III/24 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 556 (1919)
Hugh McAmis Studio NE (Upper West Side)
  Sherman Square Studios – 160 West 73rd Street
► III/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6287 (1935)
Magna-Chordia Studio – location unknown
► III/24 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 556 (1919)
Emil Velazco Studio NE (Midtown)
  1658 Broadway at 51st Street (Roseland Building)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6189 (1933)
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1928)
723 Seventh Avenue at 50th Street
• II/5 Welte-Mignon Corporation (1927)
Ernest White Studio & Residence NE (Times Square)
  Parish House – St. Mary the Virgin Church
145 West 46th Street (1937-1958)
• II/12 Rieger Orgelbau (1954)
► III/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8516 (1952)
► III/34 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 1080 (1946)
► II/15 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company Inc., Op. 995 (1939)
Lew White Institute for Organ NE (Midtown)
  1680 Broadway at 53rd Street
► II/4 W.W. Kimball Co. (1927) – practice
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1927) – practice
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1927 – studio
Yon Music Studio NE (Midtown)
  Carnegie Hall Studio Towers
154 West 57th Street, Studio 856 (c.1925-1943) – became Emilia Del Terzo Studio (c.1943)
• III/7 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4414 (1929); enl. by Kilgen (Op. 4414-C, 1938)
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• II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 638 (1909) – purchased from Arthur S. Hyde (c.1914)
 
  Theatres & Nickelodeons
   
1st Avenue Theatre
  location unknown
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
7th Street Theatre
  location unknown
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1920)
14th Street Theatre NE (aka Mecca, New Mecca)
  See Mecca Theatre – 14th Street
34th Street Theatre NE (Murray Hill)
  162 East 34th Street (Lexington and Third Avenues)
• Seeburg-Smith (no date)
55th Street Playhouse NE (Midtown)
  154 West 55th Street (1927-?)
• Robert Morton Organ Co. (1927)
77th Street Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2184 Broadway at 77th Street (c.1913-1950)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925)
Acme Theatre NE (Union Square)
  50 East 14th Street at Broadway (1921-1936) – orig. Union Square Theatre
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1921)
Adelphi Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2409 Broadway at 89th Street (1915-?) – later Yorktown Theatre, then New Yorker Theatre
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1922)
Adonis Theatre NE (Midtown West)
  See Tivoli Theatre
American Movies Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  238 East 3rd Street (1914-?) – orig. known as American Photoplays
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1924)
Apollo Theatre NE (Lower East Side)
  126 Clinton Street near Delancey Street (1926-1960s)
Top
• II/10 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1419 (1926)
Apollo Theatre NE (Times Square)
  213 West 42nd Street (1920-1933) – orig. Bryant Theatre; later Minsky's Burlesque, then Academy
• Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1922)
Arena Theatre NE (Hell's Kitchen / Clinton)
  623 Eighth Avenue at 40th Street (1918-1944) – became Arena Cinema Verdi (razed c.1949)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1917)
Astor Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1531 Broadway, northwest corner of 45th Street (1906-1972)
• Robert Morton Organ Co. (1927)
• Welte & Sons Corporation (1914)
Audubon Theatre NE (Washington Heights)
  3950 Broadway, corner 165th Street (1912-?) – later Beverly Hills Theatre, then San Juan Theatre
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3800 (1923)
• III/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2015 (1915)
Avenue A Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  51 Avenue A (1926-1959) – became retail
• Wirsching Organ Co. (1918)
Avenue B Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  See Loew's Avenue B Theatre
Beacon Theatre (Upper West Side)
  2124 Broadway at 74th Street (since 1929) – orig. to be named Roxy Midway Theatre
► IV/19 "Style 250 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1891 (1928)
Belmont Theatre NE (Times Square)
  121 West 48th Street near Sixth Avenue (1918-early 1950s)
• II/ Seeburg-Smith (1921)
Betsy Ross Theatre NE (Lower East Side)
  114 Cannon Street (1914-c.1942) – orig. Victoria Theatre; later Cannon Movies Th., then Glory Th.
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 651 (1923)
Bijou Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  See Charles Theatre
Bluebird Theatre NE (Hamilton Heights)
  Later known as Ramona Theatre, then Teatro Granada, then Lido Theatre
1763 Amsterdam Avenue at 147th Street (1921-1951) – became Childs Memorial Temple
► II/6 Robert Morton Organ Co. (1928) – now at American Organ Institute, Univ. of Oklahoma
• II/7 W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Broadway Theatre NE (Garment District)
  1445 Broadway at 41st Street (1888-1929)
• III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 872 (1919)
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1915)
Bunny Theatre NE (Sugar Hill)
  3589 Broadway at 148th Street (1913-c.1941) – later Dorset Theatre, then Nova Theatre; now retail
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• II/4 Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1920)
Cameo Theatre NE (Times Square)
  138 West 42nd Street (1921-1940) – later Bryant Theatre (razed late 1980s)
• III/15 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 344 (1921)
Capitol Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1645 Broadway at 51st Street (1919-1968)
• IV/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 2651 (1927) – enl. and new console for Op. 1710
• IV/45 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1710 (1919, 1923)
Carnegie Hall Cinema NE (Midtown)
  881 Seventh Avenue at 57th Street – basement level (?-1997) – now Zankel Hall
► II/5 "Style 150" Wurlitzer, Op. 2095 (1931) – now in Lafayette Theatre, Suffern, N.Y. (1992)
Castro Theatre
  location unknown
• Robert Morton Organ Co. (1927)
Center Theatre NE (Rockefeller Center)
  1236 Sixth Avenue at 49th Street (1932-1954) – named New RKO Roxy until 1934
► IV/34 "Special 4-manual" Wurlitzer, Op. 2178 (1932)
Century Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  Central Park West at 62nd Street (1913-1930) – named the New Theatre (1909-1913)
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
► III/13 "Style 6" Wurlitzer, Op. 4 (1912) – repossessed; sold to Criterion Theatre as Op. 33 (1914)
► II/7 Aeolian Company, Op. 1119 (1909)
Chaloner Theatre NE (Midtown West)
  See the Town Theatre
Charles Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  193 Avenue B at East 12th Street (1926-1975) – named Bijou Theatre until 1949– became church
• Unknown builder (small Wurlitzer?)
Chelsea Theatre NE (Chelsea)
  312 Eighth Avenue near 26th Street (1925->1950s)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3745 (1923)
Children's Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  Central Park West at 62nd Street, Roof of Century Theatre (1912-1926)
• II/7 "Style 3" Wurtlizer, Op. 10 (1912)
Chinese Theatre NE (Chinatown)
 
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See Major (Chinese) Theatre
City Theatre NE (Union Square)
  114 East 14th Street at Irving Place (1910-1952)
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2072 (1916)
City Hall Theatre NE (City Hall)
  31-32 (298) Park Row at Worth Street (1916-c.1946)
• II/11 W.W. Kimball Co. (1916)
Claremont Theatre NE (City Hall)
  3338 Broadway at 135th Street (1914-1933) – became retail
• II/6 "Style L Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 44 (1914) – reb. as Style 1SP (Op. 114) for Race (Irvine) Theatre in Chicago (1916)
Clinton Theatre NE (Lower East Side)
  80-82 Clinton Street (1919-1950) – became retail
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Cohen's Theater NE (Midtown West)
  Central Park South and Seventh Avenue
► II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 588 (1922) – repossessed; reb. as Style 1SP and sold to Strand Theatre in Birmingham, Ala. (1924)
Coliseum Theatre NE (aka Moss's Coliseum, RKO Coliseum, New Coliseum) (Washington Heights)
  4260 Broadway at 181st Street (1920-2011)
• III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2954 (1920)
Colony Theater (Midtown West)
  1681 Broadway at 53rd Street (1924-1930) – became Broadway Theatre
► IV/32 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 485 (1924)
Cort Theatre NE (Times Square)
  138 West 48th Street
► III/13 "Style 6" Wurtlizer, Op. 20 (1912)
Cosmo Theatre NE (Spanish Harlem)
  176 East 116th Street (1922-c.1983)
• II/8 Smith Unit Organ Co. (1921) – Kramer nameplate
Costello Theatre NE (Washington Heights)
  23 Fort Washington Avenue at 159th Street (1914-?) – became a church
• Marr & Colton (1926)
• Wangerin (1916)
Criterion Theatre NE (Times Square)
  Northeast corner of Broadway at 44th Street (1895-1935) – replaced by new Criterion Theatre
► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 293 (1920)
► III/13 "Style 6 Special" Wurtlizer, Op. 33 (1914) – formerly Op. 4 plus 32' Diaphone & 16' Tuba
Deluxe Theatre NE (Times Square)
  See Embassy Theatre
Douglas Theatre NE (Harlem)
  652 Lenox Avenue at 143rd Street (1919-c.1922)
• unknown
Dyckman Theatre NE (Inwood)
  552 West 207th Street near Sherman Avenue (1913-1962)
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
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• III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2344 (1920)
Eagle Theatre NE (Harlem)
  1852 Third Avenue at 103rd Street (1926-c.1956) – became retail
• Welte Organ Company (1927)
Earl Carroll Theatre NE (Midtown)
  753 Seventh Avenue at 50th Street
Second building (1931-1932) – became Casino Theatre
• unknown
First building (1922-1931)
• III/6 "Style UO16X" Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4258 (1929) – now in Asbury Park Convention Hall
Embassy Theatre (aka Embassy Newsreel) NE (Times Square)
  1560 Broadway between 46th and 47th Streets (?-1997) – now Times Square Vistors Center
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4249 (1925)
Empire Theatre (Times Square)
  234 West 42nd Street – now AMC Empire 25
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920)
Empress Theatre NE (Washington Heights)
  544 West 181st Street at Audobon Avenue (?-1964) – became retail
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1916)
Essex Theatre (aka Columbia Cinema) NE (Upper West Side)
  2700 Broadway at 103rd Street (1913-1993) – became retail; later demolished
► II/15 Midmer-Losh Organ Company, Op. 5204 (1926) – reb. of "Lebanon" organ
Florence Theatre (aka New Strand, New China, New Canton, Sun Sing) NE (Chinatown)Side)
  75-85 East Broadway (c.1921-1993)
► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 418 (1921)
Forsythe Theatre NE
  location unknown
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
Fox Audubon Theatre NE (Washington Heights)
  See Audubon Theatre
Franklin Theatre NE (Washington Heights)
  440 Lenox Avenue (c.1914-c.1951) – became church
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1924)
Gallo Theatre/Opera House NE (Midtown)
  254 West 54th Street (1927-1943) – became CBS radio & TV studio; then Studio 54 nightclub (1977)
• II/8 Aeolian Company, Op. 1652 (1927)
Garden Theatre NE
  location uncertain
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1923)
Garrick Theatre NE (NOHO)
  152 Bleecker Street
• II/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1965 (1915)
Golden Rule Theatre
  125 Rivington Street
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
Gordon Theatre
  location unknown
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• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 305 (1920)
Gotham Theatre NE (demolished 1965)
  165 East 125th Street near Lexington Avenue
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
• II/ Midmer-Losh (1920)
Grand Central Palace Theatre
  Lexington Avenue at 46th Street
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
Grand Theatre
  Corner Bowery and Canal Streets
► II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 859 (1924) – moved to Janice Theatre (Flushing) in 1925
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Gramercy Park Theatre
  127 East 23rd Street
• II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3822 (1924)
Grand Opera House Theatre
  location unknown
• III/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4117 (1925)
Grant Theatre
  See Jewel Theatre
Hamilton Theatre
  See RKO Hamilton Theatre
Hammerstein Theatre
  See Ed Sullivan Theatre
Harlem Strand Theatre
  location unknown
• Wangerin (1917)
Hippodrome Theatre NE (demolished 1952)
  756 Sixth Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets
► IV/24 "Style Special 4m" Wurlitzer, Op. 1538 (1926) – moved to Palace Theatre, Albany (1931)
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924) – reb. and enl. of previous organ
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920)
► II/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1580 (1913); enl. 1914
Hollywood Theatre (closed 1959, became retail)
  98 Avenue A at East 6th Street
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1926)
Hudson Theatre
  139 West 44th Street
• Unknown Builder
Ideal Theatre – aka Ideal, Squire, New Cameo, Adonis, Playpen (closed)
  693 8th Avenue at 44th Street
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• W.W. Kimball Co. (1919)
Irving Place Theatre NE (demolished 1984)
  11 Irving Place at 15th Street
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2562 (1927)
Japanese Garden Theatre NE (demolished 1976)
  2559 Broadway at 97th Street – upper floors of the Riviera Building
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2008 (1916, 1925)
Jewel (Grant) Theatre
  • II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1922)
Keith's 81st Street Theatre
  See RKO 81st Street Theatre
Keystone Theatre
  2633 Broadway between 99th & 100th Streets
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1926)
Knickerbocker Theater NE (Garment District)
  1396 Broadway at 39th Street (1896-1930) – known at Abbey Theatre from 1893-96
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1279 (1926)
Lafayette Theater NE (Harlem)
  2227 Seventh Avenue at 132nd Street (1912-1930s) – later Williams Institutional C.M.E. Church
• Robert-Morton  (c.1912)
Lincoln Theatre (Harlem)
  58 West 135th Street (1915-1950s) – became Metropolitan A.M.E. Church (1952)
• Wurlitzer? (not on opus list)
Loew's 7th Avenue Theatre (Harlem)
  2081 Adam C. Powell Jr. Blvd. at 124th St. (1918-c.1934) – now Greater Refuge Temple of Christ
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2493 (1918)
Loew's 42nd Street Theatre NE (Times Square)
  162 East 42nd Street (1896-1951) – orig. Murray Hill Playhouse/Theatre
• unknown
Loew's 83rd Street Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2309 Broadway at 83rd Street (1921-1984)
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4373 (1926)
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2889 (1921)
Loew's 86th Street Theatre NE (Yorkville)
  162 East 86th Street, near Lexington Avenue (1916-1950s?)
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2129 (1916)
Loew's 116th Street Theatre (Harlem)
  132 West 116th Street, near Lenox Avenue
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2306 (1917)
Loew's 175th Street Theatre (Washington Heights)
  175th Street and Broadway (1930-1969) – became Rev. Ike's United Church aka Palace Cathedral
► IV/23 Robert Morton Organ Co. (1930)
Loew's American Theatre NE (Times Square)
  260-62 West 42nd Street at Eighth Avenue (1893-burned 1930)
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2574 (1918)
Loew's Avenue B Theatre NE (Alphabet City)
  72 Avenue B at East 5th Street (1913-c.1958)
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1372 (1926)
• IV/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1947 (1915)
Loew's Canal Street Theatre (Chinatown)  
  31 Canal Street (1927-late 1950s)
► III/13 "Style 235 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1699 (1927) – moved to Loew's Triboro Theatre (1931)
Loew's Circle Theatre (Upper West Side)  
  1825 Broadway at Columbus Circle (1902-1931) – became Columbus Circle Roller Rink
• III/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2017 (1914)
Loew's Commodore Theatre (East Village)  
  105 Second Avenue at 6th Street (1926-c.1968) – became Fillmore East, and then The Saint
• III/12 W.W. Kimball Co. (1926)
Loew's Delancey Street Theatre (Lower East Side)  
  140-146 Delancey Street (1912-?) – became retail
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2307 (1917)
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• Seeburg-Smith (1921)
Loew's Greeley Square Theatre NE (Fashion District)  
  Broadway at 32nd Street (c.1917-?)
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2308 (1917)
Loew's Inwood Theatre (Inwood)  
  132 Dyckman Street at Post Avenue (1920s-?) – became retail
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4357 (1925)
Loew's Lexington Theatre NE (Midtown)
  571 Lexington Avenue at 51st Street (1914-1961) – orig. Lexington Avenue Opera House
► III/16 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1555 (1927) – moved to RKO 86th St. Theatre (1930)
► III/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3750 (1923)
► III/33 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1815 (1914)
Loew's Lincoln Square Theatre NE (Lincoln Center)  
  1947 Broadway at 66th Street (1915-1931) – became TV studio; now site of The Juilliard School
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2494 (1918)
Loew's New York Theatre NE (Times Square)  
  1514 Broadway, between 44th & 45th Streets (1915-1935) – razed; replaced by Criterion Theatre
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2128 (1916) – Roof Garden
• III/45s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1910 (1916) – second-hand organ
Loew's Rio Theatre (Washington Heights)
  3837 Broadway at 160th Street (c.1920-1957) – became retail
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4379 (1926)
• III/16 Hall Organ Company (1920) – moved to Strand Theatre, Lakewood, N.J.
Loew's Sheridan Theatre NE (Greenwich Village) – orig. named Mark Strand Sheridan Square Theatre  
  200 West 12th Street at Seventh Avenue (1921-1969)
• III/13 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1007 (1921)
Loew's State Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1540 Broadway at 45th Street (1921-1987)
► IV/41 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4111 (1925)
• III/56s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2981 (1921)
Loew's Victoria Theatre (Manhattanville)  
  233 West 125th Street near 7th Avenue (1927-1989) – became church; now vacant
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co.
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2322 (1917)
Lyric Theatre (Times Square)
  213 West 42nd Street
• II/7 W.W. Kimball Co. (1916)
M & S Theatre
  • W.W. Kimball Co. (1919)
Majestic Theatre NE (Bowery)
  11-17 2nd Avenue at 59th Street (1914-c.1930)
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1919)
Major (Chinese) Theatre (Chinatown)
  277 Canal Street at Broadway (1927-1980s) – became retail
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► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1786 (1927)
Manhattan Theatre (Manhattanville)
  213 Manhattan Avenue near 109th Street (c.1924-1950s) – became church
► II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 946 (1924)
Mark Strand Sheridan Square Theatre
  See Loew's Sheridan Theatre
McDougall Theatre
  location unknown
► II/6 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2042 (1922)
Mecca Theatre NE (Lower East Side) – aka 14th Street Theatre, New Mecca Theatre
  227-241 Avenue A at 14th Street (demolished 1940s) – orig. 14th Street Theatre
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3629 (1926)
► II/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1361 (1912) – moved to Prospect[or] Theatre, Brooklyn (1918)
Metro Theatre (Upper West Side)
  2626 Broadway (between 99th and 100th Streets) – orig. known as Midtown Theatre
• II/ Midmer-Losh Pipe Organ Company (c.1933)
Metropolitan Theatre NE – aka 14th Street Theatre, New 14th Street Theatre, Arrow Theatre
  235 East 14th Street (1915-1988)
• Estey Organ Company – possibly second-hand; not on Estey Opus List
Midtown Theatre
  See Metro Theatre
Midway Theatre
  See Beacon Theatre
Mount Morris Theatre (Harlem)
  116th Street and Fifth Avenue (1930-?) – became church
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1920)
Murray Hill Theatre NE (Murray Hill) – aka Murray Hill Lyceum, 34th Street Theatre
  160 East 34th Street, near Third Avenue (1893-2002)
• Welte & Sons Company (1914)
• Mason & Hamlin reed organ
National Theatre NE (Lower East Side) – aka National Winter Garden Burlesque, Roosevelt Theatre
  111 East Houston Street at 2nd Avenue (1913-1951)
• III/25 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1994 (1915)
Neno Theatre
  location unknown
• II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1843 (1914)
New Douglas Theatre NE (Harlem)
  652 Lenox Avenue at 143rd Street (1922-c.1940)
• Smith Unit Organ Co. (1921)
New Law Theatre NE (Harlem)
  23-27 Second Avenue at 120th Street (1913-1930)
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1920)
New Regent Theatre
  location unknown
• II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 543 (1922)
New RKO Roxy Theatre
  See Center Theatre
New Strand Theatre
  78 East Broadway
• Smith Unit Organ Co. (no date)
New Theatre
  See Century Theatre
New York Theatre
 
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Odeon 145th Street Theatre (Harlem)
  256 West 145th Street (1910-c.1961) – became St. Paul Community Church
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1922)
Odeon Theatre (Lower East Side) NE
  58 Clinton Street (1910-1932)
• II/4 Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1920) – moved to Hartt School of Music, Hartford, Conn. (1931)
Olympia Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2770 Broadway at 107th Street )
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1920)
Orpheum Theatre NE (Upper East Side)
  168 East 86th Street at Third Avenue
• III/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2096 (1916)
• II/20 W.W. Kimball Co. (1915)
Palace Theatre (Times Square)
  1564 Broadway at 47th Street (since 1913)
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 303 (1920)
Palestine Theatre (Lower East Side)
  11 Clinton Street (1926-1950s) – became day care center
• II/ "Style E Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1400 (1926)
Palladium Theatre NE (Union Square) – orig. Academy of Music
  126 East 14th Street between Third & Fourth Avenues (1926-1998)
• III/17 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1406 (1926)
Northeast corner East 14th Street at Irving Place (1854-burned 1866; 1868-1926)
• III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3801 (1924)
• III/38 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1792 (1915)
Paramount Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1501 Broadway, between 43rd and 44th Streets (1926-1964)
► IV/36 "Fox Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1458 (1926); slave console added (1929); 2 skeleton slave consoles added (1931)
Park Lane Theatre NE (Yorkville) – later Gracie Square Theatre
  1726 First Avenue at 89th Street (1927-1950s)
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1540 (1926)
Park West Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  103 West 99th Street at Columbus Avenue (c.1911-c.1948)
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1526 (1926)
Pershing Theatre NE (Manhattanville)
  1324 Amsterdam Avenue at 125th Street (1926-1950s)
• II/ Robert Morton Organ Co. (1927)
Photoplay Theatre NE (Harlem)
  1770 Third Avenue at 98th Street (1911-?)
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
Piccadilly Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1664 Broadway at 52nd Street (1924-1926) – sold (1926) and renamed Warner Theatre (1927)
• IV/28 Marr & Colton (1924) – moved to Warner Theatre, Hollywood, CA (1928)
Plaza Music Hall / Plaza Theatre NE (Midtown)
  627 Madison Avenue at 58th Street (1908-1929)
• II/ Seeburg-Smith (1919)
• Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1917) / Wicks Organ Company Op. 220
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• Welte & Sons Company (1916)
Plaza Theatre (Midtown)
  42 East 58th Street between Madison and Park Avenues (1930-1996) – became retail
► II/4 "Style 135B" Wurlitzer, Op. 287 (1920)
Radio City Music Hall (Midtown - Rockefeller Center)
  1260 Avenue of the Americas at 50th Street (since 1932)
► IV/58 Wurlitzer, Op. 2179 (1932); two consoles
Ramona Theatre
  See Bluebird Theatre
Regent Theatre (Manhattanville)
  1912 Seventh Ave. at W. 116th St. & St. Nicholas Ave. (1912-1964) – now 1st Corinthian Baptist Ch.
• III/12 United States Pipe Organ Company, Op. 61 (1923)
► III/19 Austin Organ Company, Op. 426 (1913)
Renaissance Theatre (Harlem)
  2343 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. (Seventh Avenue) at 137th Street
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3496 (1923)
Rialto Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1481 Broadway, NW corner of 42nd Street
Second building (1935-?)
• none
First building (1916-1935)
► III/15 "Style 260" Wurlitzer, Op. 520 (1922)
• III/56reg Austin Organ Company, Op. 611 (1916)
Riverside Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2561 Broadway at 96th Street (1912-1976)
► II/10 "Style 205" Wurlitzer, Op. 1925 (1928)
Riverview Theatre NE (Upper West Side) – aka Carlton Theatre, Carlton Ballroom
  2633 Broadway at 100th Street (1912-2005)
• II/6 "Style L" Wurlitzer, Op. 25 (1913)
Riviera Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2559 Broadway at 97th Street (1913-1976)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2388 (1917)
Rivington Theatre
  location unknown
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1376 (1926)
Rivoli (United Artists) Theatre NE (Times Square)
  1620 Broadway, between 49th and 50th Streets (1917-1987)
► III/15 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 839 (1924)
• IV/49reg Austin Organ Company, Op. 709 (1917) – moved to Lingrend Res., Minneapolis (1924)
RKO 81st Street Theatre NE (Upper West Side)
  2248 Broadway at 81st Street (1913-1986)
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3037 (1921)
• Welte & Sons Company (1916)
RKO Hamilton Theatre (Washington Heights)
  3560 Broadway at 146th Street (1915-1958) – became retail
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2238 (1917)
• II/ Welte & Sons Company (1915)
RKO Jefferson Theatre NE (demolished 2000)
  214 East 14th Street near Third Avenue
• III/10 United States Pipe Organ Company, Op. 102 (1926)
• III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2236 (1917)
RKO Proctor's 5th Avenue Theatre NE (demolished 1939)
  27-31 West 28th Street at Fifth Avenue
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1457 (1926)
RKO Proctor's 58th Street Theatre NE (demolished c.1967)
  154 East 58th Street at Lexington Avenue
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► III/14 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1442 (1926)
RKO Proctor's 86th Street Theatre NE (demolished 1965, replaced by Gimbel's Dept. Store)
  1284 Lexington Avenue at 86th Street
► III/16 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1555 (1927) – moved from Loew's Lexington Th. (1930)
RKO Proctor's 125th Street Theatre NE (demolished 1987)
  316 West 125th Street
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1456 (1926)
RKO 23rd Street Theatre NE (Chelsea)
  West 23rd Street & Eighth Ave. (1938-1930) – orig. Pike's Opera House then Grand Opera House
• III/89reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4117 (1925)
Roosevelt Theatre (closed, became supermarket)
  2497 Seventh Avenue (now Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard) at 145th Street
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 335 (1920)
Rose Theatre (closed)
  182 West 102nd Street near Amsterdam Avenue
• II/3 "Style 49" Robert Morton Organ Co. (1926)
Roxy Theatre NE (demolished 1961)
  153 West 50th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
• V/34 W.W. Kimball Co., K.P.O. 6889 (1927); one 5-manual, two 3-manual consoles
• III/14 W.W. Kimball Co., K.P.O. 6888 (1927) – Lobby
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co., K.P.O. 6887 (1927) – Broadcasting Studio
Savoy Theatre NE (demolished 1952)
  112 West 34th Street, near Broadway (1900-1952) – orig. Schley's Music Hall
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3480 (1922) – reb. & enl. Op. 2592
► III/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2592 (1919)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1702 (1914)
Seventy-ninth Street Theatre – later Colony Trans Lux Theatre
  250 East 79th Street at Second Avenue – now Congregation Shaaray Tefila
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
Stadium Theatre (status unknown)
  2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street
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► II/4 "Style 135C" Wurlitzer, Op. 448 (1921/22)
Standard Theatre
  See the Stoddard Theatre
Stanley Theatre NE (demolished)
  586 Seventh Avenue at 41st Street
• II/9 W.W. Kimball Co. (1920)
Stoddard Theatre NE (demolished 1986)
  2433 Broadway at 90th Street (1914-1956) – became a supermarket
• II/ Midmer-Losh, Op. 5419 (1928)
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2643 (1919)
Strand Theatre NE (demolished 1987)
  1579 Broadway at 47th Street
• III/49 Austin Organ Company, Op. 481 (1914)
Ed Sullivan Theatre (orig. Temple of Music; then Billy Rose's Music Hall; then Hammerstein Theatre)
  1697 Broadway at 53rd Street – home of Late Night With David Letterman
• III/ Welte Organ Company (1927)
Sunshine Theatre (Houston Hippodrome)
  143 East Houston Street
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 677 (1923)
Sun Sing Theatre
  See Florence Theatre
Superior Theatre NE (demolished)
  443-447 Third Avenue at 81st Street
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3745 (1923)
• Smith Unit Organ Co. (no date)
Symphony Theatre – now Symphony Space
  250 West 95th Street on Broadway
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1922)
Temple of Music Theatre
  See Ed Sullivan Theatre
Terrace Theatre NE (demolished)
  361 West 23rd Street between 8th and 9th Avenues
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1818 (1927) – moved to WOR Radio (1935)
Times Theatre NE (demolished)
  653 Eighth Avenue at 42nd Street
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1924)
• Marr & Colton (1917)
Tivoli Theatre (Adonis Theatre) NE (demolished 1990)
  839 Eighth Avenue at 50th Street
• III/10 W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Town Theatre (orig. Chaloner Theatre) NE (demolished 2002)
  840 Ninth Avenue at 55th Street
• III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3426 (1922)
Tremont Theatre
  Possibly Bronx
• II/4 "Style J" Wurlitzer, Op. 17 (1912)
Triumph Theatre
 
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Tuxedo Theatre NE (demolished) – later Tudor Theatre
  650 3rd Avenue at 42nd Street
• II/ Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1923)
United Artists Theatre
  See Rivoli Theatre
Uptown Theatre
  4037 Broadway near 170th Street
• "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1403 (1926)
Venice Theatre NE (demolished)
  205-209 Park Row
• II/4 "Style 75" Robert-Morton Organ Co. (1920)
Verona Theatre
  2094 Second Avenue at East 108th Street
• II/ Robert Morton Organ Co. (1925)
Vitagraph Theatre
  See Criterion Theatre
Waco Theatre
  118 Rivington Street
• II/ "Style 130 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 794 (1924)
Wallingford Amusement Co.
  • II/7 "Style 3" Wurlitzer, Op. 47 (1914)
Warner Theatre
  1664 Broadway at 52nd Street – orig. Piccadilly Theatre
• IV/28 Marr & Colton (1924) – moved to Warner Theatre, Hollywood, Calif. (1928)
West End Theatre (closed)
  360 West 125th Street at St. Nicholas Avenue – became Lagree Baptist Church
• III/42s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2000 (1917)
Weinstock Theatre
  location unknown
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1140 (1925)
Whitney Theatre
  location unknown
• II/3 "Style 105 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 596 (1922)
Whitehall Theatre
  location unknown
• Marr & Colton (1927)
Windsor Theatre – later New Windsor Theatre (closed)
  412 Grand Street at Clifton Street
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• II/3 Robert Morton Organ Co. (1927)