Organ by Murray Harris, Restored by Wicks Organ Company
From the Saint Jean Baptiste website, number XX:
The choir contains the console which controls the Murray Harris/Wicks pipe organ in the upper balcony, a generous gift of the church’s donor, Thomas Fortune Ryan. Built in 1913, it is perhaps the last instrument designed by Murray Harris. In November 1999, the Wicks Organ Company of Highland, Illinois, was contracted to rebuild, augment, and update the organ which had become unplayable in the 1990s. The project cost in excess of one million dollars. The Murray Harris/Wicks pipe organ was dedicated in February 2001 by Todd Wilson. It contains eleven divisions, playable from a four manual console; 122 stops, 71 ranks of pipes, 14 pipe extensions, 44 digital stops, 57 digital ranks, and a total of 4,204 pipes.
JeanBaptisteCatholicchurchMaurrayHarrisWickspipeorganKent Becker (notmydayjobphotography), from
Saint Jean Baptiste Catholic Church