Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ was free-standing and encased in the front, right corner of the room. The keydesk was attached and projecting. The facade had 15 pipes along the left side; a short diagonal flat of 5 pipes at each front corner; and a front flat of 25 pipes. The organ was dedicated on June 21, 1918. Some discrepancies exist as to the exact stoplist for the organ. William Bunch's spec states that the organ has 12 ranks and 682 pipes. The dedicatory program cover says the organ has "25 stop keys, 797 pipes, 4 Combination Pistons, and 3 Pedal Movements." It is also not known if the Swell 8' Vox Celeste II was actually II ranks, or if it was one rank - also drawing either the 8' Muted Viol or 8' Orchestral Violin with it. Also uncertain is whether the Pedal 16' Lieblich Gedeckt was a complete independent rank, an extension of the Swell 8' Stopped Flute, or the Pedal 16' Bourdon on "soft wind."