This is the first image I've seen of the Macon's Cathedral taken from this angle. It was taken more than likely between 1915 and 1920. Please note how the original pipe organ hides the magnificent rose window. The new organ is built around it now, revealing it completely.
Also note the weird confessionals on the right and left at the back of the church, completely open where the laity kneel to confess with the priest hidden. I had been told that confessionals were there at one time, but this is the first evidence of it for me!
Also note the wooden pulpit with its acoustical shell in the right front of the photo! That too is lost.