Source: Arkansas Catholic Archives. Newspaper article from "The Guardian" on November 25, 1916. The pipework and some other materials were kept from the "original organ" (from which we don't officially know the builder yet). Stahl turned the (most likley mechanical) organ into a tubular pneumatic organ with the exception of the echo division (which had "Stahl's Electic Action"). He added in a combination action as well. The only known pipework was that of a 16' Grand Open Diapason in the pedal and a Vox Humana in the Echo division. At somepoint before 1931, the organ was removed and replaced by a Moller. There's no information yet if pipework from this organ was kept.
Stahl Organ. Gold leaf. The side "towers" were added in by Stahl. I suspect the center portion of the facade was the first organ (unknown builder).: Photograph from an archival source: Arkansas Catholic Archives, submitted by Daniel Gauger. Taken on 1916-11-25