OHS Database ID 4087.
The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
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Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Two manuals. 15 stops. 15 ranks.
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First Baptist Church, Hallowell, Maine c. 1890 S. S. Hamill (Stoplist: Schnute 1997; OH 1963:25) GREAT 8' Open Diapason 8' Dulciana 8' Melodia 4' Principal 4' Flute II Mixture (122 pipes) 8' Trumpet [TC] SWELL 8' Viola Diapason [TC] 8' Dolcissimo [TC] 8' Stopped Diapason [TC] 8' Stopped Diapason Bass (12 pipes) 4' Violina 4' Flute Harmonic 8' Oboe [TC] Tremolo PEDAL 16' Sub Bass (27 open wood pipes) COUPLERS Swell ot Pedal Great to Pedal Swell to Pedal Octave Coupler (G-G 4') Pedal Check Bellows Signal Balanced swell pedal 2 Gt. combination pedals Gt. to Ped. reversible pedal Mixture 19-22 to MC; 12-15 to top. One of Hammill's "Giant Pipe Organs" which he advertised in 1878 as "A Special Class of Pipe Organs possessing Great Power of Tone, at very low price." /ds/