Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The Kimball was originally a T-P instrument built for a location in Vancouver, Washington. It was electrified by Balcom and Vaughan with a new B and V console. The Great uses behind-the-key switching. The Swell has a gang switch relay in the chamber, and the Pedal uses gang switches in the console. The original Kimball chests were retro-fitted with a Kilgen-style E-P unit action. The original Great 4' Harmonic Flute was replaced with a new 8' Unda Maris. The original Swell 4' Flute d'Amour was replaced with a new 8' Voix Celeste; and the original 8' Oboe was replaced with a new 8' Trumpet. The original Pedal independent 16' Bourdon was only retained for its first 12 pipes as an extension of the Swell 8' Gedeckt. There is at least a 3-pipe scale difference between the two sets. The organ was completely de-piped, pipes cleaned, new aluminum slide tuners fitted, chamber cleaned, chamber painted (by parishioners), stoppers releathered, and tonal deflection of the expression shutters changed in 2002 by Puget Sound Pipe Organs of Seattle. The wooden grille covering the chamber and blocking about 40% of the egress was also removed and new, more acousticlaly transparent grille cloth was installed by parishioners.