The Murray Harris 1913 pipe organ is one of the largest house organs ever built.
Harris built the largest organ in the world for the St. Louis Exhibition. The Artemesia 1913 organ is the largest remaining example of his work.
With three manuals, a main and an echo pipe chamber, a player mechanism that plays from punched paper rolls, and hundreds of pipes and chimes, the Harris Organ is massive.
The blowers, relays, and other mechanisms reside in large chambers built throughout all three levels of the house.
Replacement value, without consideration of its historical value, has been estimated at $1,100,000.