Quincy, Massachusetts Christ Church, Episcopal Organ by Cole & Woodberry, ca. 1893 Known stopnames taken from extant pipework markings  conjectural stops from toeboard examination Compasses: 58/27 GREAT (unenclosed) 8' Open Diapason 1-22 facade, pipes extant 8' Dulciana 1-11 facade, pipes extant 8' [Melodia] Spare unused toeboard 4' [Octave] ? 4' Flute or 3' Octave Quint (enclosed with Swell) 2' Super Octave [Mixture 3 Rks.] Prepared-for 8' Trumpet Spare unused toeboard SWELL (enclosed) 16' Bourdon Treble wood, tenor-c 16' Bourdon Bass Prepared-for 8' Violin Diapason 1-12 wood 8' Stopped Diapason wood; Doppel Flute from c25 8' Salicional 1-6 Quintadena 8' Celeste tenor-c 4' Gemshorn not original? 2' Flageolet cylindrical 8' Oboe 4' Rohr Flute (1969) 1-12 wood/Laws; then 19th-c. metal [Tremulant] PEDAL (unenclosed) 16' [Open Diapason] 16' [Bourdon] couplers and accessories unknown
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