This is the only 3-manual tracker-action organ remaining in the Washington area. It was overhauled and cleaned several years ago by the local Newcomer Organ Co., at which time the reeds were revoiced by M. P. Moller. The swell box has vertical shades and stands above the uninclosed choir division, which is on the same level as the great. The lowest 24 notes of the great have tracker-pneumatic action. Case pipes are great 1 6' open diapason, and this rank has a stopped-wood bass. The doppel flute has no metal trebles. Each reed rank has 9 open metal trebles. The piccolo is harmonic except for its lowest octave. The flue d'amour is of stopped wood with 22 open metal trebles. Basses of the dulciana are offset. -- 1964 OHS Handbook
Restored by Bozeman. Cost said to have been $6,000.