Updated through online information from Fr. Doug Halsema.
Case and console are maple. Sliders are constructed out of quarter-sawn hardwood. Keyboard uses all bone naturals and ebony sharps from the Baumgarten Organ. Stop knobs/labels: Baumgarten originals and/or newly engraved in bone. Combination action: Sixteen general pistons placed over the three keyboards. General pistons 1-8 are duplicated by toe studs. Six divisional pistons each, for Choir, Swell, Great, and Pedal. The computer controlling the combination action is a model SK60 from Laukhuff organ supply company, Weikersheim, Germany which provides sixty memory levels. The Organ is designed for a maximum of 53 stops, not including Couplers.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall.
Altered and relocated existing organ. Identified by Stephen Hall, based on information learned from a conversation with Tim O'Toole.
Organ originally in Universalist Church in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Moved to St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Boston (Charleston), Massachusetts in 1890s. Removed from St. Catherine's by Organ Clearing House. Rebuilt and enlarged for St. Paul's Catholic Church in Pensacola, Florida by A. David Moore. Installation began in 2014, substantially completed in 2016. The organ has 44 speaking stops, 29 of them are Baumgarten.