News from the
Organ Historical Society

OHS Store Re-opens

OHS Store Re-opens After a lengthy absence, the OHS cat­a­log store has re-opened.  Bear with us as we wade our way through the inven­to­ry, replen­ish the hot tick­et items and fea­ture new, excit­ing prod­ucts.   In addi­tion to the music, the CDs and the books,…

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Syracuse Legacies Organ Conference

Dear fel­low OHS mem­bers, We are very excit­ed to announce that Syra­cuse Uni­ver­si­ty will host a very spe­cial event, the Syra­cuse Lega­cies Organ Con­fer­ence, March 29 — 31, 2019. The con­fer­ence aims to hon­or the con­tri­bu­tions of three impor­tant fig­ures with ties…

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Stoneleigh is Saved!

MEDIA, Pa., Novem­ber 20, 2018 – Thanks to a stag­ger­ing groundswell of sup­port — con­sist­ing of vocal com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers, Town­ship offi­cials, mem­bers of the Penn­syl­va­nia leg­is­la­ture, the Low­er Meri­on Con­ser­van­cy, and many oth­ers — Stoneleigh: A Nat­ur­al Gar­den is…

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Vote Now in the OHS Nominating Committee Election

Vot­ing Instruc­tions Two mem­bers shall be elect­ed by the mem­bers with the can­di­dates receiv­ing the high­est num­ber of votes declared elect­ed.  Can­di­dates for the present elec­tion to the committee are as fol­lows: Michael Barone Jef­frey Dex­ter Rhon­da Edg­ing­ton…

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OHS Fall Open House

Organ His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety’s Fall Open House Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 20 Noon‑5:30 PM If you have want­ed to vis­it Stoneleigh, Octo­ber 20 is your oppor­tu­ni­ty! Join us for an Open House. Stroll the stun­ning grounds and hear Aeo­lian-Skin­ner Op. 878 played by Adri­an…

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OHS Nominating Committee

Accord­ing to the OHS Bylaws: SECTION 5. Nom­i­nat­ing Committee  1. The Nom­i­nat­ing Committee shall have five (5) mem­bers.  a. Two mem­bers shall be Direc­tors select­ed by the Board of Direc­tors; b. One mem­ber shall be appoint­ed by the Board of Direc­tors from…

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The OHS Mission Statement

The Organ His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety cel­ebrates, pre­serves, and stud­ies the pipe organ in Amer­i­ca in all its his­toric styles, through re­search, edu­ca­tion, ad­vocacy, and music.

The Organ Historical Society

330 North Spring Mill Road
Vil­lano­va, PA 19085 – 1737
(484) 488-PIPE (7473)