First Congregational Church (UCC)

608 West Fourth Street
Waterloo, IA 50701

(See several references below to other instruments at this location.)
Builder: Johnson & Son, Wm., Op. 726, 1889.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: Unknown
Action: Mechanical

Notes: Identified by Robert Brock, using information found in Printed book from the Boston Organ Club and OHS. The organ was originally installed in 1889 at First Congregational Church in Waterloo and later moved to the church's new building around 1908.

Moller (Opus 3917, 1923) replaced the Johnson organ and the Johnson organ was sold (circa 1924) to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, just across the street.

The Catholic church later replaced the Johnson organ in 1940 with a Wicks organ (Opus 2097).

Johnson (Opus 726) seemed to be moved to Kansas City, MO where it was thought to have existed as recently as 1975. It has reportedly since been destroyed.

Organ Historical Society as of 20.