Manhattan — Église Évangélique Française

Église Évangélique Française - New York City Église Évangélique Française - New York City French Evangelical Church, Presbyterienne
126 West 16th Street
New York, N.Y. 10001


Daytonian in Manhattan Blogspot (Tues, May 8, 2012):
Dunlap, David W. From Abyssinian to Zion: A Guide to Manhattan's Houses of Worship. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004.
Mohr, Louis F. & Co. Survey (1920) of George Jardine & Son organ. Courtesy Larry Trupiano.
Illustration Daytonian in Manhattan Blogspot. Exterior.
II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4521 (1930)
II/7 George Jardine & Son (<1891)


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ORGAN 3/1 -- Geo. Kilgen & Son [Kilgen]


Geo. Kilgen & Son

St. Louis, Mo. – Opus 4521 (1930)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals
Specifications of this organ have not yet been located. ----------

ORGAN 4/2 -- George Jardine & Son [Jardine]


George Jardine & Son

New York City
Mechanical action
2 manuals, 7 stops
Prior to the installation of the 1930 Geo. Kilgen & Son organ, there was an organ built by George Jardine & Son of New York City. A survey in 1920 by Louis F. Mohr & Co., an organ concern in the area, states that this organ had mechanical action and two manuals controlling seven stops (Great 3, Swell 3, Pedal 1). No date was given, but the organ may have been commissioned by the Catholic Apostolic Church, and contemporary with the opening of the 1867 building. Specifications for this organ have not been located. ----------