From my notes while helping remove the organ:
Kimball Opus #6943 built in 1927 for the Circle Theatre in Philadelphia, PA. (Blower serial #23276)
Chancel Organ: Open Diapason 8', Tibia Clausa 16', Viola 8', Viola Celste 8' (unit chest), Clarinet 8'
Gallery Organ: Diapason 8', Quintadena 8', Concert Flute 16' (Wood, harmonic), Violin 16', Aeoline 8' (Estey?), French Trumpet 8' (supply house?), Tuba 16'
The Chancel also had a section with classical pipework, but I have no notes on that.
Updated through on-line information from Nelson Barden. -- The Pedal 16' Violone will not be used in the current restoration of the Skinner at Community of Jesus, Orleans, Massachusetts.
Updated through on-line information from Eric Anderson. -- Organ was replaced 2006 with an electronic. Pedal 16' reed added to 1908 Hook and Hastings organ at St. Mary Star of the Sea Church in Beverly, Massachusetts by Spencer Organ Company. Pedal 16' Violone added to the choir division of the Community of Jesus in Orleans, Massachusetts. Remainder dispersed.
Identified through on-line information from Eric Anderson. -- Originally built and installed in Circle Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvanie: 106 stops from 13 original ranks. Moved to Malden, Massachusetts in 1954. Organ restored in 1996 by Richard Pelland: restored console, solid-state, chests releathered. Organ is in three places in room: rear balcony, chancel right, chancel left. Console in sanctuary. Extant in fine condition