St. Paul Episcopal Church - Woodside (Queens), NY
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St. Paul Episcopal Church

39-04 61st Street
Woodside (Queens), N.Y. 11377


St. Paul Protestant Episcopal Church was founded in 1874, and was the first church in the village of Woodside. That same year, a Carpenter Gothic building was erected with Gothic stained glass windows, overhanging eaves, vertical siding, and multicolored roof tiles. On December 26, 2007, the church was destroyed by fire.
           
M. P. Möller, Inc.
Hagerstown, Md. – Opus 3536 (1923)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 9 stops, 6 ranks


The M.P. Möller Factory Specification shows that their Op. 3536 had a two-manual stop-key console, decorations of gold bronze, and a wind pressure of 3-3/4". Möller indicated that the organ would be completed on or before March 31, 1923.
               
Great Organ (Manual I) – 61 notes, enclosed
8
  Open Diapason
61
8
  Melodia
61
8
  Stopped Diapason
61
4
  Flute Traverso
61
 
     
 
     
Swell Organ (Manual II) – 61 notes, enclosed
8
  Gedeckt
GT
8
  Dolce
GT
4
  Flute
GT
8
  Vox Celeste [TC]
49
               
Pedal Organ – 32 notes, enclosed
16
  Bourdon
32
       
               
Couplers
    Swell to Pedal   Swell to Swell 4'
    Great to Pedal   Great to Great 16', 4'
    Swell to Great 16', 8', 4'    
               
Mechanicals
    Tremulant    
    Crescendo Indicator    
               
Combinations
    Pistons No. 1-2 affecting Great and Pedal Stops
    Pistons No. 1-2 affecting Swell and Pedal Stops
               
Pedal Movements
    Balanced Swell Pedal   Great to Pedal Reversible
    Grand Crescendo Pedal    
           
Sources:
     Forgotten New York web site: http://www.forgotten-ny.com
     Nelson, George. Organs in the United States and Canada Database. Seattle, Wash.
     Scofield, Jeff. M.P. Möller, Inc. Opus List.
     Trupiano, Larry. Factory Specifications of M.P. Möller organ, Op. 3536 (1923).

Illustration:
     Forgotten New York web site: exterior.