From the January 1970 issue of THE DIAPASON: A new Wicks organ of 31 ranks has been installed in St. Joseph's Church, Jefferson City, Mo. The building is of striking, modern architecture, circular in form, with the organ along the perimeter near the altar. The Great and Positiv divisions are unenclosed, with a facade of large pipes presented to view. Voicing is on low pressure, following classical principles. The Festival Trompette in the Great is on 6-inch wind pressure, and has a commanding tone. Negotiations for Wicks were conducted by William R. Wannemacher, St. Louis. Installation was by the factory.
The nave rises to a height of 72 feet and seats 950.