Updated through online information from David Bohn. -- 4' Flute is only 39 pipes from tenor f.
Updated through online information from Rick Erickson. -- Walnut case approx. 12 feet high, 5feet 3inches wide, and 3 feet 3 inches deep. Pipes in case are of wood, half round with flat backs. All speaking pipework now enclosed.
Posted to PIPORG-L October 17, 2010 by David Bohn: -- "Built originally for Trinity Episcopal Church in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, and relocated to Platteville by the Schuelke Brothers in 1907, the organ was restored in 2009 by Larry Marowsky. ...
The specification of the organ is:
Open Diapason Treble (8' pitch from tenor f, 39 pipes)
Dulciana Treble (8' pitch from tenor f, 39 pipes)
Stop'd Diapason Bass (8' pitch from Low C to tenor e, 17 pipes)
Principal (4' pitch, 56 pipes)
Flute (4' pitch, chimney flute from tenor f, 39 pipes)"
From Christ Church, Mineral Point. [Has this been moved to another church?]