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Massey Organ, Pipe Chamber, View 1
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The Massey Memorial Organ was a gift from Mrs. Eliza A. Massey to the Chautauqua Institution in 1907 in memory of her husband, Hart Massey. The organ was totally restored and reconstructed in 1992 by the Fischer Pipe Organ Company of Erie, Pennsylvania. To hear the Massey Organ up close is an unforgettable, moving experience. Many thanks to Jared Jacobsen for his assistance with this project.

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