OHS Database ID 6409.
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. 3 divisions. 19 stops. 21 registers. 19 ranks. 1067 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 27 notes.
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|Organ case at front of sanctuary. Photograph by Alan Caradus 2017-08-05|
|Chancel and facade. Photograph by Luke Tegtmeier 2014-03-30|
|Keydesk. Photograph by Alan Caradus 2017-08-05|
|Great stops. Photograph by Alan Caradus 2017-08-05|
|Combination trundles and pedalboard. Photograph by Alan Caradus 2017-08-05|
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First Congregational, U. C. C., Menominee, Wisconsin 1894 Steere & Son, Op. 380 Great 8' Open Diapason 61 pipes 8' Melodia 61 8' Dulciana 61 4' Octave 61 4' Flute d'Amour 61 2' Fifteenth 61 2 2/3' Twelfth 61 8' Clarionet 49 Swell to Great Swell 16' Bourdon 44 16' Bourdon Bass 17 8' Open Diapason 61 8' Stop'd Diapason 61 8' Salicional 61 8' Aeoline 49 4' Flute Harmonique 61 4' Violin 61 2' Flageolet 61 8' Oboe 49 8' Bassoon 12 Swell Tremolo Pedale 16' Bourdon 27 8' Violoncello 27 Great to Pedale Swell to Pedale Bellows Signal 4 composition pedals GT Piano GT Forte SW Piano SW Forte Gr-Ped Reversible Mechanical manual key and stop action; tubular-pneumatic pedal key action (now electric) The church is an Akron plan sanctuary, with a balcony extending around two walls. The organ is installed in an alcove in the corner opposite the balcony. With the exception of the Great Open Diapason and the two pedal ranks, the organ is enclosed in a general swell. The pedale action was tubular originally, but has been altered to electropneumatic in recent years by Robert Dommer. The Melodia, Flute d'Amour, Stop'd Diapason and all three Bourdons are presumably of wood. while the rest is metal. The Aeoline takes its bottom octave from the Salicional and is currently tuned sharp to function as a celeste. This organ is an almost-exact sister to the one that visited on the 1984 OHS National Convention in Chicago and [which] was recently relocated to Luther Memorial Church in Madison, Wisconsin. The only differences appear to be that the pedal key action in the Madison organ is tracker, and the divided Bourdon is on the Great instead of the Swell.