Updated through online information from Howard D. Bennett. -- The organ is fully functional. A new Ventus blower replaced the original unit (I believe it was a Spencer) in 1987. No other modifications have been made.
Updated through online information from Howard D. Bennett. -- This organ was removed from Trinity Lutheran, Gardnerville, NV in 1965. Relocated to First Presbyterian, Virginia City in 1975.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- In a quarter-sawn oak case at the front, right corner of the room. First 5 pipes of 8' Open Diapason stopped wood and tubed-off to a toeboard outside the bass end of the swellbox. Next 19 pipes (6-24) are en façade. All other manual pipework is expressive. Three manual ranks: 8' Open Diapason (t/b); 8' Liebl Gedackt (t/b); and 8' Viola da Gamba (t/b). The Pedal has an independent 16' Bourdon of only 15 pipes. They do not repeat for notes 16-30. Documented May 7, 1994.
The original builder was Hinners Organ Co. (1925, Opus2745).
Status Note: There 1996.
Tubular pedal. Keyboard split at middle C. Bass of Viole de Gamba grooved to Liebl. Gedeckt.