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Until recently the Relief Society Building housed a small 2-manual pipe organ built by the M. P. Mφller Company of Hagerstown, Maryland in 1956. The organ was located in the large reception room on the main floor of the building. The console sat along the west wall of the room, while the pipe chamber was situated behind the south wall of the room, speaking through a grille located high on the wall. The instrument is currently in storage awaiting approval for installation in another Church facility. The specification is highly unified, being based on four ranks of pipes: diapason, gedeckt, gemshorn, and trompette.
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