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Please con­sid­er the good works of the Soci­ety in edu­cat­ing, pre­serv­ing, and chron­i­cling a rich organ her­itage and cul­ture, and the impor­tance of sup­port­ing these efforts in your deci­sion to become a mem­ber. You will receive a sub­scrip­tion to our quar­ter­ly mag­a­zine, The Track­er, and all ben­e­fits of mem­ber­ship, includ­ing mem­bers’ prices on some items in the OHS Cat­a­log. Any time of year is a good time to join OHS!

Please use the link to our secure elec­tron­ic form below to join, or if you pre­fer fol­low this link to a print­able PDF form. This form, once print­ed, can be filled in and mailed or faxed to us with your cred­it card infor­ma­tion. If you mail your form you may also pay via check or money-order.

As always, to tele­phone your enroll­ment using Visa or Mas­ter­card call us at (484) 488-PIPE (7473).

Down­load a mail­able Mem­ber­ship Form.

OHS Membership Categories

Mem­ber­ships start at one full cal­en­dar year. 2 and 3 year mem­ber­ships are also available.

  • Sus­tain­ing Mem­ber: For a min­i­mum of $15 a month, you can place your mem­ber­ship on a Sus­tain­ing basis, pro­vid­ing OHS with reli­able, reg­u­lar income. Any gift over $85 will be eli­gi­ble for a tax cred­it. Print deliv­ery of The Track­er. (High­ly Recommended)
  • Reg­u­lar Mem­ber­ship: One-year mem­ber­ship to OHS, print deliv­ery of The Track­er.
  • Reg­u­lar Mem­ber­ship: One-year mem­ber­ship to OHS, dig­i­tal deliv­ery of The Track­er
  • Gold­en Age: 65 years or old­er, print deliv­ery of The Track­er
  • Gold­en Age: 65 years or old­er, dig­i­tal deliv­ery of The Track­er
  • Under 30: Under 30 mem­ber­ship, dig­i­tal deliv­ery of The Track­er only
  • Insti­tu­tion: Uni­ver­si­ties, oth­er pro­fes­sion­al orga­ni­za­tions, inter­na­tion­al organ orga­ni­za­tions, print deliv­ery of The Track­er

If you elect print deliv­ery, con­tact the OHS office for access to read The Track­er online.

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)