2015 - organ unplayable
Moved from original historic building into new 1946 cathedral.
Updated through online information from Willis Bodine. -- The organ is set up in a deep rectangular apse off the epistle side of the chancel. The console faces the instrument (player's back is to the altar).
Updated through online information from Willis Bodine. -- This small instrument is on the epistle side. There are no façade pipes â€“ the Great 8- Diapason is unenclosed behind the wooden grille/screen/front, and the five-stop Swell is enclosed behind that. The Episcopal Bishop of Cuba and the Bishop of the Dominican Republic are interested in a possible restoration, since the instrument has not been usefully playable since 1991. Parishioners from Holy Trinity, Gainesville, Florida, are investigating the possibility of our assisting them.
Updated through online information from John Walko. -- This organ was extant and playable as of 1988. I was able to spend several hours practicing on it and it seemed in surprisingly good condition.
Identified through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn:
Built entirely of Cuban Mahogany; no information.