The Baroque division is the Aeolian instrument from Hammond's fathers home. The positiv was added later by G. Donard Harrison. The Fox Horn was named for Virgil Fox as a joke.
Original console was built by Austin with a mechanical combination action. New console built in 1981 by Kim Boulton (then President of the E.M. Skinner Company) using a SSL relay.
Updated through online information from Peter Rudewicz. - 15 Generals and cancel - 8 Solo and cancel - 5 Baroque under Solo keys - 8 Swell and cancel -3 Baroque under Swell keys - 8 Great and cancel - 3 Baroque under Great keys - 8 Choir and cancel - 3 Baroque under Choir keys - 4 Pedal-toe studs - Also affect Pedal stops - Great to Pedal 8 reversible toe stud - Swell to Pedal 8 reversible toe stud - Sforzando reversible toe stud - Balanced Expression Pedals (Solo, Reed Chorus, Great, Choir, Master Swell, Crescendo) - 2 Spencer Turbine Orgoblo - 1- 15 H.P. Wind pressure 6" - 1-3 H.P. Wind pressure 20" - Electric Specialty generator (10 volts, 50 amperes)
Identified through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn: Three mixtures and 8' Bourdon added to existing organ; in 1944 addition of Cornet VI.
Pedal pipework: Photograph by myorgan on the Organ forum, submitted by John Roper. Taken approx. 2014
Austin console: Photograph from an archival source: From "The Hammond Museum" Booklet, submitted by Solomon Wickline. Taken approx. 1-1-1976
John Hays Hammond, Jr. inspecting the pipes of the Great Division: Photograph from an archival source: From "The Hammond Museum" Booklet, submitted by Solomon Wickline. Taken on 1976-01-01
Building exterior: Photograph from an archival source: From "The Hammond Museum" Booklet, submitted by Solomon Wickline. Taken on 1976-01-01