Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- Free-standing and encased. Folding doors to cover exposed pipes. Chest is inside the case. No stop action. The toeboards are elevated (not attached to the chest), with paper/foil tubing conveying wind from the top of the chest to the underside of the toeboards. Pipes 1-12 are stopped wood and mounted upside-down at the rear of the case. Pipes 13-49 are capped metal, and 50-54 are tapered open metal trebles. Documented: May 26, 1999.