Updated through online information from Tom Nichols.
According to the Friday, March 6, 1931 edition of THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR, this organ's dedication recital was performed by Pietro Yon, who was at that time organist at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. The original 8' reed on the Great was a Harmonic Tuba, as still marked on its stopkey. A Trumpet rank was substituted in the 1960s. The Chimes actually have 21 tubes, not 20, sounding from A to f2. The Pedal 16' Violone and 8' Cello are an extension and borrow from the Great 8' Gamba, not a separate rank. The Pedal 8' Bass Flute is an extension of the Pedal 16' Bourdon, not the Open Diapason.
Some reeds were revoiced by Ernest White when he was organist here. (Source: Pipe Organ Registry, prepared in 1983 for the AGO regional convention by the Indianapolis Chapter, AGO.)
Status Note: There 1980.
Restored by L. MacPherson 1980.
View of the organ grills.: Photograph by Matt Gerhard, submitted by Paul R. Marchesano. Taken on 2020-10-30
Console in room, opposite side from organ chamber: Photograph by Church Facebook, submitted by Jeff Scofield. Taken on 2017-08-11