The Trinidad, Colorado church was Trinity Episcopal. And the Hinners was installed in Dr. Magin's home ca. 1956 by himself assisted by friends and parishioners from his church job.
Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- According to my former business partner - Clinton B. Meadway - who studied organ with Dr. Magin, this was a 2/7 Hinners tracker. It came from a church in Trinidad, Colorado. Who installed it at the Magin residence and when is unknown. It was removed by Clint in 1960, and purchased by a Dutch Reformed church in Downey, CA. As of 1965, it still had not been installed. Clint noted in his e-mail to me, "It had one interesting feature - the reservoir weight was a tombstone from the Trinidad church's graveyard." Source: E-mail from Clinton B. Meadway dated 6/29/08.
Builder's Nameplate: German? Moller?
From small Colorado mining town. Moved 1956. Left for Arizona. Electric? [Should this be 1865?]
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