Originally installed in a theatre in Coney Island, NY.
The J. Ross Reed Wurlitzer is a composite of select parts from other organs, and was originally assembled by organ builder Ken Crome, for his own use. Instead, in 1979, he sold it to a Lansing, Michigan pizza parlor, where it played for three years, until
David Junchen called it one of the finest three or four theatre organs extant, and one of the most famous organs in history. Its résumé includes two trips across the Atlantic, installations in three different countries, and recordings by some of the world
The Golden State Theatre was originally equipped with a 2 manual 8 rank Style F Wurlitzer when the theatre opened in 1926. This organ was one of the few smaller instruments to have been placed o
information from Ortloff's Pipe Piper.
Each Sunday Ralston can be heard playing the Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ during the prelude prior to the 10:00 a.m. service, accompanying the Founder’s Cathedral Choir, and in concert at intervals throughout the year.
The Opus 1745, 3-manual 15-rank 1927 Wurlitzer Theater Organ is installed at Emmanuel Faith Community Church in Escondido, and is used for some of the services held there. The organ was first installed at the American Theater in Roanoke, Virginia, eventua
added per Ortloff's Pipe Piper.