Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- This was the moving, reinstallation, and enlargement of the existing Hinners/Balcom and Vaughan from the old edifice. While the entire organ was in one common, front and center chamber, it still had ranks that were indigenous to only one division...so it was entirely a "unit" organ. The Great had an independent 8-4-2 principal chorus. The Pedal had a 16' Double Open of wood. And the Swell had an Oboe - all indigenous to those divisions. But the Stopped Flute, Salicional, Voix Celeste, and Dulciana were shared between divisions. Cost of this project was $2,568.00. Couplers were added later by Richard Warburton. 1993, the building ws sold to a Baptist congregation, and Columbia merged with Lakewood Community Church (originally, Brethren) to form Columbia-Lakewood Commmunity Church. That church already had a 2/7 Balcom and Vaughan. The Columbia organ was brought along and placed in storage...pending its possible combining with the Lakewood instrument.