Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:
There are two postcards of the organ pipes close-up, six of the organ, one of the interior, and three of the exterior. There is a brochure about St. John's Church and a sheet of specifications for the organ.
There is a brochure about the new organ and historical organ, and there are two identical sheets of specifications for the Felsberg organ.
There is a photograph of the organ, a card with the picture of the organ on the front and specifications on the back, and a brochure about the organ.
There are three brochures about the organ, its history, and its specifications, one large photograph of the organ, two postcards of the organ, and a combination action planning sheet. There is also a list of local accommodations for those staying in Methuen for the concert, and an information sheet for the recitalists of the program.
Contains blueprints, drawings, correspondence, and a report concerning bids, building plans and specifications for the Heber J. Grant Library.
There is an article about the grave of the organ builder Arp Schnitger and the organ in that church, and a sheet of specifications of the organ. There are two postcards of the organ and a postcard of the altar area in the front of the church. There are two booklets about the church and one about the organ. There are two concert programs as well, one for the year 1994 and one for July 01, 2012.
There is an article about the Schnitger organ in the Ludgerikirche and its specifications. There is also a brochure about the technical layout and voicing of the organ as well as a floor-plan for the church. There are two other identical brochures about the organ's time line and specifications. There are three postcards showing the organ, and one black and white postcard showing the interior of the church.
There are multiple sheets with pictures of the organs on the front and specifications and info on the organ on the back. The organs are in Lausanne Switzerland; Cologne, Germany; Nuremberg, Germany; Munich, Germany; Hamburg, Germany; Lubeck, Germany; Oberegg, Austria; Tokyo, Japan; Minden, Germany; Lyss, Belgium; Degersheim, Switzerland; and Saarbrucken, Germany.
Contains program requirements, floor plans, specifications, project budgets, and remodel records from Groneman Construction, Bridgers and Paxton, and Markham and Markham, 1957-1974.