Digital History at Ursinus

The New Organ

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Title

The New Organ

Description

The committee awards the contract for the organ

Source

Ursinusiana, The Ursinus Weekly, 1915-1916, May 22, 1916, p 7.

Date

May 22, 1916

Language

English

Identifier

The Ursinus Weekly, 1915-1916, May 22, 1916

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Text

The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors has awarded the contract for building and installing the new Clark memorial organ to C.S. Haskell, Inc., of Philadelphia. A thorough investigation into the specifications submitted by numerous organ manufacturers was made by the special committee appointed by the Board for this purpose, and on recommendation of this committee the contract was awarded the Haskell company. The organ will be located on the second floor in the arch over the rostrum of the chapel and will occupy the space now used as a corridor. A passage around the organ champber will be provided. The builders have agreed to have it ready for use by the opening of college in September.

Original Format

School newspaper article

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Citation

“The New Organ,” Digital History at Ursinus, accessed September 19, 2019, http://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/336.