On line update from Lanny Hochhalter: The church had a 25 member "renowned" choir of men and boys from the late 1880's until the early 1910's. Carl Denton, Organist of Trinity Church, Portland (OR) gave the dedication recital on the 1905 Kimball, including "The Lost Chord" and "The Angel's Serenade." The Kimball was hand-pumped until 1931 when an electric blower was installed.
Identified through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ was free-standing and encased at the front of the room on the right side. The 3-sectional facade contained 23 stencilled and gold-leafed pipes arranged: 5-13-5. The drawknobs were in beveled jambs and had oblique faces. Drawknob couplers were over the Swell keys. The organ remained hand-pumped until an electric blower was added ca. 1932.