Series 1 - Organ Plans

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Organ Plans

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CA MDML 022-1

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  • Approximately 1969-2005 (Creation)

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Physical description

The series makes use of two kinds of storage containers: boxes and tubes. The distinction is primarily one of dimensions: tubes contain large-scale plans that do not fit in boxes. The item count refers to the number of plans in a given container. In some cases, there is a distinction between “plan” and “group.” A plan refers to a single document, whereas a group implies several documents rolled together; thus the number of individual plans contained within a group will vary. All item counts refer to plans only (i.e. individual documents) unless otherwise specified.

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This series includes large-scale drawings, preliminary sketches, and general plans of various parts of the organ, such as the buffet, console, keyboards, and windchest. This series is divided into three subseries: organs with opus number; organs without opus number, which includes Wolff’s plans for proposed but ultimately not-constructed organs; and finally plans by other organ builders or Wolff’s drawings based on historical treatises and documents.

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