This organ has as its origin the 1928, 4-manual, 20-rank, Publix 1 WurliTzer originally built for the Minnesota Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and later relocated to the Reiny Delzer residence in Bismarck, North Dakota (According to the Judd Walton list).
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- A private message from a Wisconsin resident and theatre organ enthusiast (who wishes to remain anonymous) said, "Additional ranks at the Gilson studio would be: English Horn, Horn Diapason, Salicional, Voix Celeste, Krumet, Spitzflute, Spitzflute Celeste and Trompette en Chamade. I believe the original Dulciana was not included. Gilson also had a set of 32' Diaphone beaters and built new resonators for the set."
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