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The organ that was installed , a Robert Morton 3m/13r has been installed in a suburb of St. Louis, MO and has grown to a 3m/36r
since the late 1960’s
I still have the picture of the Pererless given to my by Charlie O'Neal
The Aubert is/was in north St. Louis proper
I am pretty sure the Princess has the only remaining projection booth for its airdome left in St. Louis.
The Cherokee was not a single story building. It had 2 stories. The Link theatre organ was actually a piano console with 2 side cabinets, one housing 4 ranks of organ pipes and the other a 4 roll player cabinet.
There will be a Memorial service for Stan on Sunday at 2PM at the Fox
Legendary St. Louis Fox Theatre organist Stan Kann has died this morning at St. Louis U Hospital undergoing heart surgury
An era ends.
Like Mary does not have any money?
I was told that sale of the building was for $1.00 back in the late 40’s.
The first console of the Missouri died in a fire due to a careless smoker. The 2nd console along with a new expanded unification relay took it’s place and made the organ noteworthy. In 1954 the console was purchased by Harvey Heck and made it part of the Graumann’s Egyptian Theatre Wurlitzer that he owned. In 1972 it became part of Bill Brown’s Wurlitzer in the first “Organ Stop Pizza”. In 1987 the restaraunt closed , organ removed and was sold to Jim and Sherrie Krughoff in Downers Grove, IL and Dave Junchen restored it and it is now part of the Krughoff Residence Wurlitzer since Aug. 5, 1989 when it was formally dedicated.