The auditorium originally had seating for 2,688, with 988 in the wrap-around balcony and 1,700 on the main floor.
The console was tucked underneath a stairwell in the basement when I took the photo of it on June 29, 1998.
Updated through online information from John Igoe.
Updated through online information from James A. Taylor, Jr.. -- Mr. Grier's information is incorrect. The CONSOLE and BLOWER have been removed, but the pipes are still sitting upon their windchests in the backstage chambers as they have done since the 1920s. I was able to eye-ball things on one side, and apart from a few pipes that have collapsed over the years, everything seems to still be in place.
Updated through online information from Mark Goulding.
Identified through online information from Jim Grier. -- The building itself is on the National Register of Historic Places due to it having the world's largest copper dome.