Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner.
Identified through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- This organ began life as Estey, Opus 627, built in 1909 for St. James Episcopal Church in Kent, Washington. It was 2-manuals and 8-ranks and operated by tubular-pneumatic action. In 1952, Balcom and Vaughan electrified the original Estey primaries, and added a used M. P. Möller console from that firm's opus 6183 built in 1933 for Central Lutheran Church in Seattle. This was done for installation in the Seattle residence of Signe Williamson. The organ was again transplanted to Steele Lake Presbyterian in 1956, again by Balcom and Vaughan, as their opus 632 - without tonal changes. What was originally the sanctuary, has since become the chapel.
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