The Following listing indicates updates on the projects listed herein, as supplied to the managers of this site.
The New Orleans Saenger Theatre underwent a nearly $100 million government funded restoration following Katrina. The organ was omitted from the project and the organ's present condition is unplayable with the console having been removed.
The Irby residence Aeolian organ, at 520 Royal St., has been taken over by The New Orleans Collection preservation agency. The residence organ has been completely restored by Holtkamp as of 2020.
The Wurlitzer organ at the museum in Jackson, LA. is currently unplayable. No maintenance has been performed since Katrina, and the museum is presently closed.
The Harvey, La residence organ has been dismantled. The former owner is now living in Florida and has disposed of the instrument.
Roaring 20s Pipes and Pizza in Florida closed. The organ was removed and placed into storage. No further information.
The Temple Theater in Meridian, Mississippi was sold to a private individual. The present status of the organ is unknown at this time.
The Shreveport Strand Theater organ is currently not playable, however, the theater is under different management and there may be some local interest in getting the organ back into playing condition.
The DeMajo residence organ is currently in 100% restored condition and playable. It was moved from Hammond, La. in 2008 and installed in a home in Chesterfield, VA where it is played regularly, and used as a teaching instrument as well.