Originally 2/11 built in 1922 for the Castro Theatre, San Francisco. Removed in 1962 by Dave Schutt and Ron Downer, and later purchased by Charlie Davis of Concord, Calif. Davis made several changes to the organ including replacement of the original two-manual console with a three-manual console from a theatre in Provo, Utah.
In 1987 the organ was purchased by Bob Hartzell, owner of Harmony Wynelands in Lodi, Calif. Hartzell and his son, Mark, designed a new building for the organ The organ studio is 30' wide by 60' long with a 30' high beam ceiling; it also has guest quarters for visiting artists.
Identified through online information from Jon Townsend.
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