Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- This is not an original installation, and may be the Bennett organ originally built for Westminster Congregational in Spokane. Above each stop and coupler tablet is a small round "window." When a stop is registered, a white disc appears in the window to indicate the stop is in use. The pistons also actuate these discs without moving the stop tablets - as does the Crescendo. The Swell and Crescendo pedals are reversed -- with the crescendo on the left and the Swell on the right. This appears to be original and the swell shoe is mechanically linked to the shutters. Thirteen pipes of the Great 8' Open Diapason are in the façade from EE 5 thru E 17.