Saint Peter's Norwegian Lutheran [Foursquare] Church (now United Lutheran)

Original address was probably in country (now at 702 West Third Street)
Red Wing, MN 55066

(This instrument is now in the St. James Hotel in Red Wing, MN. Moved there and restored by Tom Erickson in 1999.)
Builder: Hinners & Albertsen, 1898.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 10
Stops: 12 (plus couplers)
Action: Mechanical

Notes: The Norwegian Lutheran (Trinity Lutheran) church construction began in 1902. In February, 1930 that congregation voted to merge with the existing St. Peter’s Lutheran, under the new name United Lutheran. The church combines elements of the Gothic and Romanesque styles.

The organ was originally installed in St. Peter's Norwegian Lutheran (Foursquare) Church in 1898. When the congregation outgrew the building, they moved out and various other congregations used it.

It was moved to the St. James Hotel and restored by Tom Erickson in 1999.

Organ Historical Society as of 2020.