George M. Eyrich Residence

Address unknown
LeSueur, MN 56

(See notes below regarding a move of organ in 1896 to Trinity Lutheran Church in nearby Gaylord, MN.)
Builder: Vogelpohl & Spaeth, Op. 6, 1894-1895.
Manuals: 1
Ranks: 6
Stops: 6
Action: Mechanical/slider chests

Notes: Online information updated from John J. Miller: Information found in Vogelpohl & Spaeth company ledger currently in the collection of the Brown County Historical Society (New Ulm, MN).

The date listed (contract signed May 27, 1895 for $290) in the company ledger either refers to an installation date or the date of the final payment. A different date would appear on the contract.

A picture of the completed organ while in the Vogelpohl workshop is in the collection of the Brown County Historical Society, New Ulm, MN. The picture depicts a 3-sectioned stenciled facade of 17 pipes arranged 3-11-3.

According to a newspaper article published by the New Ulm Journal April 10, 1952, the organ was relocated in 1896 to Trinity Lutheran church of Sibley county at Gaylord, MN (from Rev. Geo. Eyrich's residence).

Organ Historical Society as of 2020.