Masonic Temple

4 West Second Street
Duluth, MN 55804

Builder: W.W. Kimball (Opus 4790, 1937 rebuild of 1910 tubular-pneumatic organ)
Manuals: 2
Stops: 20
Ranks: 20

Notes: In 2007, a condition survey prompted remedial work for better access to chambers, and a much-needed general cleaning, pipe removal and repair. This work was followed by console & chamber technical repairs, tonal regulation & tuning. Volunteer work by Lodge members during the full cleaning and pipe stabilization was coordinated by Terrence Becker, a Temple leader. Volunteer guidance was provided by organ tech David Beyer, of Milwaukee. This renovation project resulted in an Oct 2012 public showing of Nosferatu with organ, in the Temple's handsome two-story Egyptian Revival Theatre. Other showings are slated for 2013-14.
--Information and photos from David Beyer.
Last Update: 8/2013
GREAT
1. 8’ Diapason (in facade bass C~Gs)
2. 8’ Doppel Flute
3. 8’ Melodia
4. 8’ Dulciana
5. 8’ Unda Maris (draws Dulciana) former SW Aeoline
6. 4’ Octave
7. Mixture II (12.15.) [cs 50~c61 24 pipes absent, replacements 2008]
Tremolo
GT Sub 16’, GT Unison Off, GT Super 4’
SW to GT Sub 16’, 8’, Super 4’  
SWELL
8. 16’ Bourdon
9. 8’ Violin Diapason
10. 8’ Stopped Flute
11. 8’ Salicional
12. 8’ Vox Celeste (draws Salicional) former GT Gamba
13. 4’ Flute Harmonic
14. 8’ Trumpet
15. 8’ Oboe’
16. 8’ Vox Humana
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Tremolo
SW Sub 16’, SW Unison Off, SW Super 4’
17. Chimes 
PEDAL
18. Bourdon 16’
19. Gedeckt 16’
20. Tromba 16’
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Pedal Octave (4’ coupler)
GT Unison (8’), SW Unison (8’), SW Super (4’)

ACCESSORIES
Pistons: General 1~6, Swell 1~6, Great 1~6,
Toe studs: Pedal 1~3
Chimes sustain paddle, Chimes soft paddle
GT to PD toestud (reversible)
Sforzando paddle (reversible)
General Cancel piston
Great Expression Shoe (shades)
Swell Expression Shoe (shades)
Register Crescendo Shoe