Identified through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- This was the rebuilding and installation of the used, six-rank Kimball unit organ from the Methodist Church in Bremerton, Washington. The project cost $8,573.00. The Great is in a chamber on the right side of the church towards the front, but before the chancel steps. The console is placed in front of this with the organist's back to the chamber. The Swell is in a front, left corner chamber. A Solo division consisting of a unit Tibia and an 8' Violin was added after the original installation; this is in a chamber over the chancel arch. It plays from the Swell and has no couplers. The Great Open Diapason, Melodia, and Dulciana are original Kimball. The Swell 8' Stopped Flute, Salicional, and Vox Humana are original. The original Kimball chests were retained, and the console is original. Sources for the Solo pipework are not known, though the string looks to be Kimball.
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