Randall D. Wolff Residence

Address unknown
Lake City, IA 51449

(This is the first instrument at the Wolff residence, circa 1998. It was originally in a Southold Methodist church on Long Island, New York. See separate entry for a subsequent Moller instrument at this residence.)
Builder: M.P. Möller Organ Co., Op. 5757, 1930.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 9
Action: Electro-pneumatic

Notes: Organ was to be discarded by Southold United Methodist, Southold (Long Island), NY. Original 8-rank pitman chest's primary board was previously sawed off, releathered and attempts made to glue it back together by unknown organ tech at the church when it was in use, it was then beyond repair.

Original blower had been replaced with a 3450 rpm forge blower.

Currently new electric chests are partially done and a replacement orgo-blo unit connected, 2-rks on the Swell and Pedal function to date.

Organ Historical Society as of 2015.

8 Open Diapason
8 Flute D'Amour
8 Dulciana
8 Salicional
8 Melodia
4 Octave
8 Oboe

8 Violin Diapason
8 Stopped Diapason
8 Voix Celeste
8 Salicional
8 Dulciana
8 Oboe
4 Flute Traverso

16 Bourdon 32
16 Lieblich Gedeckt
8 Flute