Lawrence Phelps & Associates, A Corporation for Organbuilding

The Instruments

These instruments were made in Erie in the shop of Lawrence Phelps and Associates. They are not Phelps-Casavant organs, but simply Phelps organs.

1973Fort Collins, Colorado St. Luke's Episcopal2/30/Mechanical
1974Hexham, England Hexham Abbey2/34/Mechanical
1974Skokie, Illinois St. Paul's Lutheran2/23/Mechanical
1975Santa Ana, California Trinity United Presbyterian Church3/37/Electric
1975Downers Grove, Illinois First United Methodist Church2/28/Electric
1975Erie, Pennsylvania First United Methodist Church3/39/Mechanical
1977Iowa City, Iowa First Presbyterian Church2/25/Mechanical
1978Orange City, Iowa American Reformed Church3/37/Mechanical
1978St. Paul (Maplewood), Minnesota Arlington Hills United Methodist Church2/30/Electric
1978Tulsa, Oklahoma Christ Chapel, Oral Roberts University4/70/Mechanical
1979Carlsbad, California Carlsbad Union Church2/18/Electric
1981Solvang, California Bethania Evangelical Lutheran Church2/16/Electric
1981Paris, Illinois Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church2/20/Mechanical
1974-1978- various - Phelps Practice Organ2/7/Mechanical

Other Projects

There are a few instances where the company provided assistance on other organ-related projects:

1974The Dalles, OregonZion Lutheran ChurchSupplied pipes and windchests (2/18/Electric)
1975New York, New YorkAlice Tully Hall, Lincoln CenterProvided tonal consulting and electronic combination action for the Kuhn Organ
1976Toronto, OntarioSt. James CathedralSupplied "Trompeta Real" stop

Casavant Organs

1970Toronto, Ontario Deer Park United Church (now Church of the Holy Trinity)3/48/Mechanical
1970Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Carnegie-Mellon University3/27/Mechanical