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The organ of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Northfield VT is E. & G. G. Hook of Boston's Opus 26 of 1836, originally built for St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Warren, Rhode Island and enlarged by E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings in 1875. The instrument was on the itinerary of the 2013 Organ Historical Society Convention. The stoplist is as follows:

Great: GG (no GG#) - f3, 58 notes

8' Open Diapason (TC) [facade pipes, 1976]
8' Dulciana (TG)
8' St. Diapason Treble (TG)
8' St. Diapason Bass (23 pipes)
4' Principal
4' Flute (C, 54 pipes)
22/3' Twelfth
2' Fifteenth
8' Cremona [1976]

Swell: GG (no GG#) - f3, 58 notes (enclosed from TG)

8' Op. Diapason (TG)
8' Viol di Gamba (TG)
8' St. Diapason Treble (TG)
8' St. Diapason Bass (23 pipes)
4' Principal Treble (TG)
4' Principal Bass (23 pipes)
8' Hautboy (23 pipes)

Pedal: C - d1, 27 notes

16' Sub Bass

Couplers:

Sw. & Gr. Or.
Pedals & Gr. Or.
Pedals & Sw. Bass

Machine pedal withdraws the Great Principal, Twelfth & Fifteenth.

St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Northfield, Vermont
E. & G.G. Hook Op. 26 of 1836, one of the oldest surviving Hook organs
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