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  • #31
    Here is the junction board inside the console:

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    • #32
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      • #33
        Speaking of Frazee organs, my childhood church in Lynn, MA had most of the organ originally installed in the Harvard Club. It was 4 manuals and 41 ranks at its peak but was taken out and parted in 1995. I've been trying to track down any of the pipework for years! Some pipes from from the churches' original Mason & Hamlin PIPE organ!

        https://www.organforum.com/forums/sh...highlight=lynn

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        • #34
          I really appreciate all of the information you have provided about this organ, John. Your picture of the chapel interior does not show where the organ pipes might be. Are they in the back of the room? The earlier comment about the pipe chamber being accessed via the tower steps suggests that the pipes may be in the back.
          Bill

          My home organ: Content M5800

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          • #35
            The pipe chamber is is the back of the room (the opposite direction of my picture) as you can see in this (older) picture: https://pipeorgandatabase.org/photos...208.150555.jpg

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