List of Wurlitzer band organs
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|#50||American Treasure Tour (several), Oaks, PA|
|Caliola||1931 PTC Carousel, Idlewild Park, Ligonier, Pennsylvania, alongside a Wurlitzer 103 (see below), alternatively playing a roll on one organ, then playing the other organ while the first one rewinds|
Harold Warp's Pioneer Village, brass whistles, Minden, NE
Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 1916 #1 Special Carrousel, North Tonawanda, NY, plays alongside a Wurlitzer 146-A (see below), alternatively playing a roll on one organ, then playing the other organ while the first one rewinds, has keyboard
|#103||1931 PTC Carousel, Idlewild Park, Ligonier, PA (facade made by Artizan, nicknamed "The Wurlitzan"), alongside a Wurlitzer Caliola (see above), alternatively playing a roll on one organ, then playing the other organ while the first one rewinds|
Nevada City Music Hall
|#104||Merry - Go - Round museum, non-operational|
Bronson Collection, Michigan
Chris Carlisle Collection, Missouri, "Hot Lips Hoolihan" from Paul Eakins Collection
|#105||(Note: Two completely different instruments were given the model designation 105 by Wurlitzer. Early 105s were essentially the model 125 but without percussion. An example is located in the Sanfillipo collection in Illinois. Later, the more familiar style 105, with wooden trumpets, was developed.)|
Jasper Sanfilippo Collection, Victorian Palace, Barrington Hills, Illinois (early model)
|#125||1901 Parker Carousel, Heritage Center of Dickinson County, Abilene, Kansas, USA
Private Collection, Illinois, from Arnold Marcus Chernoff Western History Collection, DeKleist made 125 updated by Wurlitzer, used by Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
1900 Dentzel Carousel, Pullen Park, Raleigh, NC, Pullen Park Carousel
Gilson Collection, WI
Roseneath Carousel, Roseneath, Ontario, Canada 
Knoebels Amusement Resort, Elysburg, PA
Carousel of Happiness, Nederland, Colorado, USA
|#126||Private collection, under restoration|
|#145-A||Olcott Beach Carousel Park, Olcott Beach, NY, plays constantly|
|#145-B||Lakeside Carousel, International Market World, Auburndale, Florida, USA
Private Collection, Fond du Lac, WI
Private Collection, Kankakee, Il
Private Collection, Nenana, AK
|#146-A||Dr. Floyd L. Moreland Carousel (added bells and duplex roll frame), Casino Pier, Seaside Heights, New Jersey, USA under restoration
1920 Wurlitzer 146-A in Pueblo CO at The City Park Rides 1911 C.W. Parker Carousel
1912 Parker Carousel, Burnaby Village Museum (added bells), Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, plays constantly
Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum 1916 #1 Special Carrousel, North Tonawanda, NY, plays alongside a Wurlitzer Caliola (see above), alternatively playing a roll on one organ, then playing the other organ while the first one rewinds
|#146-B||1925 Allan Herschell Carousel, Recreation Park, Binghamton, New York, USA
1924 Spillman Engineering Carousel, DelGrosso's Amusement Park Tipton, PA. plays constantly.
Unknown Year, Private Collection in Gloversville New York, Restored.
Unknown Year, American Treasure Tour Collection, Oaks, PA, Restored.
|#147||1917 Broad Ripple Park Carousel, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Private collection, under restoration
|#148||DeBence Antique Music World, 1261 Liberty Street, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Private collection, Ohio
Liberty Antique Mall, Powell, OH
Chris Carlisle Collection, Missouri, "Sara Jane" from Paul Eakins Collection
|#150||1906 Bartholomew Murphy Carousel, City Park, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Jasper Sanfilippo Collection, Victorian Palace, Barrington Hills, Illinois, USA
Nevada City Music Hall (Removed Drums)
|#153||1926 Dentzel Carousel, Kennywood Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, nicknamed "The Soul of Kennywood" plays constantly, oldest (possibly first) of its kind built in 1916
Matthew Jaro Collection, Gaithersburg, MD
Dick Hack Collection, Annapolis, MD
Private collection, Dunbar, Pennsylvania, nicknamed "Hurdy", plays in local events
Jasper Sanfilippo Collection, Victorian Palace, Barrington Hills, Illinois, USA
Chris Carlisle Collection, Missouri, "Katy Lou" from Paul Eakins Collection
Dr. Ted's Musical Marvels : 11896 South US 231 Dale, IN 47523, found by Ozzie Klavestad brand new in the shipping crate
|#155||1909 Wurlitzer 155 Band Organ (model nicknamed "Monster"), Elitch Gardens Carousel, Kit Carson County Fairgrounds, Burlington, Colorado, USA
Gilson Collection, Middleton, Wisconsin
Elise Roenigk Collection, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
|#157||1928 Spillman Carousel, Public Museum of Grand Rapids, factory converted to Caliola rolls and back to 165 rolls in restoration, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Bronson Collection, Dundee, Michigan
Sanfilippo Collection, Victorian Palace, early one w/o clarinets and piccolos, Barrington Hills, Il
Ex Torin, Ames, Milhous,and Andrews Collections, Sold May 2, 2015 at auction, whereabouts unknown
ConeyIslandMusic.com, sold in 1924 by the Berni Organ Company a Wurlitzer agent to Luna Park, Coney Island for use on PTC #66, later under the ownership of the McCullough Brothers it was used on three other Coney Island carousels including Ward's Kiddieland and Feltman's, fully restored with a Rosa Patton decorated facade, McHenry, Il. Now owned by Tim Trager.
|#160||Band Organ (model nicknamed "Mammoth") American Treasure Tour, Oaks, PA. There was another 160 from Joyland Amusement Park, but it's whereabouts and conditions are unknown after the park closed permanently in 2006.|
|#164||American Treasure Tour, Oaks, Pennsylvania.; named "The General"
There were two other 164s built: One which was destroyed by fire and another whose whereabouts and condition are unknown.
1914 Undisclosed location, in storage
1916 American Treasure Tour Collection, Oaks, Pennsylvania. (serial #2992) formerly owned by William E. Black, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
1917 Circus World Museum - Baraboo, Wisconsin (serial #3030) only coin operated Wurlitzer 165 in the country.
1918 American Treasure Tour Collection, Oaks, Pennsylvania. (serial #3106) (former West View Park carousel organ)
1921 Robert Gilson, Middleton, Wisconsin. (serial #3378)
1921 Arnold Chase, Hartford, Connecticut. (serial #3358)
1922 Winstead family, Warwick, Rhode Island. (serial #3437)
1924 Glenn Thomas, Belle Mead, New Jersey (serial #3629) from John Davis carousel Lincoln Park, Los Angeles, California.
1926 Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo, Md., on its 1921 Dentzel carousel (serial #3779) factory conversion to caliola rolls and back to 165 rolls in restoration
1939 American Treasure Tour Collection, Oaks, Pennsylvania. (serial #4338) Constructed in 1927 incorporating a #157 front w/o lights, sold in 1939 to the Davis Carousel in Griffiths Park, Los Angeles.
|#166||Two built: One destroyed by fire, another whose whereabouts and condition are unknown|
|#175||One known 175, located at the American Treasure Tour Collection in Oaks, PA, sold to Broadway Roller Rink, Denver, Co in 1918|
|#180||Jasper Sanfilippo Collection, Victorian Palace, Barrington Hills, Illinois (serial #3439; 1922), first 180 built
Nevada City Music Hall, Virginia City, Montana; factory conversion to Caliola/A.P.P rolls, converted to 165 rolls by Art Reblitz, keyboard equipped; no façade. (serial #4182; 1929), originally sold to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Amsterdam, NY
Alan Bies & Steve Boehck, Houston, Tex.; plays Caliola/APP rolls. (serial #4275; 1930), last 180 built
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