Updated through online information from Grald J. Curcio. -- The organ is currently undergoing restoration to its original condition. The instrument has not been maintained for 12 years or more. Although the original blower has been replaced with a Ventus, the deteriorated condition of the leather on the wind reservoir, as well as numerous leaks, leave the organ starved for wind and virtually unplayable.
Numerous pipes have been damaged along with linkages and mechanisms. Many repairs have been affected to address the conditions listed above. Although the instrument is currently playable, additional releathering is being completed in a manner which leaves the organ in a playable as much as possible.
From The Diapason, October 1918: "Kilgen & Son also have built a two-manual electric organ, with detached console and eighteen speaking stops, for the Church of the Annunciation, Denver, Colo."
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.