This describes a rebuild of an existing organ.
Identified by Mario Buchanan, citing information from this publication: From old documentation inside the church.
According to the old documentation from the church, the organ was in a decrepit state, both electrically and physically with pipes installed inproperly and collapsing on themselves. It is believed that Robert Wervey rebuilt the old Voetteler-Holtkamp-Sparling that was in the chapel previously. The console was in a closet on the right-side of the chancel and the pipes were in one chamber on the left side, speaking into the room through one set of swell shades.