|This photo shows the majority of the traps on the Morton. Visible in this photo are from the bottom left corner to the center: snare drum, telephone, horse hoofs, fire gong, tambourine, tom tom, triangle, wood block. On the right side is the small Chinese gong and the wood bar harp. Note the gray air supply pipes all through the chamber. The lower level swell shutters are behind the traps on the left.|
Here's a closer view of some of the traps. Also visible are some of the smallest pipes of the 16' Tibia Clausa rank.
Here's a close up of the bass drum, small Chinese gong and band cymbal.
This funny looking think is the bird whistle for the organ. The snare
drum is on the right.
Right: Here's a closer view of the fire bell, tambourine, triangle, and tom tom. Note the triangle beater is below the triangle.
the front corner of the chamber in front of the CCC Diaphonic Diapason
pipe are the two tower bells. A guess is that the longest bell is about
7' long. On the right is a close up of the shorter bell which reveals
that it was built by J.C. Deagan Company of Chicago, IL. Here are a
couple links about the company and its founder.
Deagan Organ Chimes