Updated through online information from Chad Boorsma. -- The organ was originally dedicated on April 26, 1981, as part of St. Adalbert's centennial. Charles Mosley was the tonal finisher, and Jonathan Tuuk was the tonal consultant. In 1999, the organ was changed to solid state, and revoicing was done by Jim Lauck and Jonathan Tuuk. On May 2, 1999, the organ was rededicated as the Joseph A. Westdorp Basilica Memorial Organ in celebration of his 40 years as music director. In 2001, additional work was completed on the console by Lauck Pipe Organ Company; this included new drawknobs, keyboards, stop jambs, and woodwork.
Updated through online information from Dennis Buteyn.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Organ is in service after building renovation (2007).
Updated through online information from David Kinyon.
Identified through online information from David Kinyon. -- Rebuild of an early Wicks. Basilica currently undergoing extensive renovation and rebuilding. Organ is out for cleaning and repairs. Current status unknown.