OHS Database ID 24820.
The organ has been renovated and is no longer in its original state.
The organ needs repairs, but is in usable condition.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition February 11, 2012.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Two manuals. 3 divisions. 9 stops. 9 registers. 9 ranks. 491 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 27 notes.
The organ is in a case at the front of the room. Traditional style console with a keyboard cover that can be lifted to form a music rack. The organ has an attached keydesk.
Drawknobs in horizontal rows on terraced/stepped jambs. Balanced swell shoes/pedals. Combination Action: Fixed mechanical system. Flat straight pedalboard.
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|Organ from rear gallery. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Organ from rear gallery; closer view. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Keydesk and facade. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Keydesk and facade from right. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Keydesk from left. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|"Manuals, couplers, combination trundles". Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Manuals and couplers. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Left stopjamb. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Right stopjamb. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Builder's nameplate. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Combination trundles and expression shoe. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
|Pedal 16' Bourdon at the rear. Photograph by Michael Way 2010-10-07|
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Port Townsend, Washington Trinity United Methodist Church Bernard Mudler, ca. 1902 - Original Specifications GREAT COUPLERS 8 ft. Open Diapason 61 Swell to Pedal  8 ft. Melodia 61 Great to Pedal  8 ft. Dulciana 49 4 ft. Octave 61 Swell to Great  Sw. to Gr. Octave  SWELL (Expressive) 8 ft. Violin Diapason 49 FOOT LEVERS 8 ft. Stop'd Diapason 61 Forte – Gr.: 8,8,8,4. (s-a) 8 ft. Salicional 61 Sw.: 8,8,8,4. 4 ft. Flute 61 Tremolo Piano – Gr.: Mel. & Dulc. (s-a) Sw.: S.D. & Sal. PEDAL 16 ft. Bourdon 27 PEDAL MOVEMENTS Pedal Check Swell Expression (bal.) Bellows Signal ACTION: Mechanical key VOICES: 9 STOPS: 9 RANKS: 9 PIPES: 491 & stop NOTES This organ was built for the Nazareth German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Camden, NJ. It was contracted in 1900, but not completed and installed until 1902. When the German-speaking congregation disbanded in 1995, the organ was removed by Patrick J. Murphy & Assoc. of Stowe, PA. and stored at their facility. It was purchased by Trinity United Methodist in 2003 for $5000.00 “as is.” The organ was retrieved by Stan Goddard and Beth Mackey of the church, and driven across country. It was reassembled in 2003-04 by Stan Goddard and Harry Takata with assistance by Monroe, WA. organ builder Clinton B. Meadway. The organ is free-standing and encased with an attached, projecting keydesk – the cover of which opens to make a music rack. The stops are drawknobs in terraced jambs. The Swell drawknob heads are brown. The Great drawknob heads are black. And the Pedal drawknob, Pedal Check,and Bellows Signal are light-colored wood. The engraved inserts are replacements since the originals were badly worn, faded, and damaged. Some of the pipework also appears not to be original...and has characteristics of Kimball pipework. The 3-sectional stenciled facade contains 19 pipes of the Great 8 ft. Open Diapason arranged: 3 – 13 – 3. The two sets of 3 pipes are stopped wood and notes 1 – 6. The remaining 13 facade pipes are open zinc. The 8 ft. Dulciana is grooved to the 8 ft. Melodia for its bottom octave. On the Swell, the 8' Salicional was badly damaged. The first 12 pipes are capped metal quintadena basses and were retained. But it is a replacement set from tenor C. The 8 ft. Violin Diapason is grooved to the 8' Stop'd Diapason for its bottom octave. The 4 ft. Flute is a Harmonic Flute from middle C. The Pedal 16 ft. Bourdon is a the back of the organ on a chest in two rows. The outer set faces outward. The inner set faces inward. Sources: Photo & document album by Stan Goddard; extant organ [Received from James R. Stettner 2010-10-08.]