Updated by George Worthington, who has heard or played the organ.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
Updated through online information from Brendan Moore. -- The instrument is believed to have all ranks, however, the pipework condition is poor. The console is an original 4 manual Aeolian tab console
Status Note: There 2003
Contract in 1928. Built for Hubert Parson. 3rd Aeolian for Hubert Parson. Original contract was for 3m.; contract altered to 4 m. (Also: 1915, at 1071 Fifth Ave, NYC, cost $23,850, Op. 1324; 1924 Shadow Lawn, West Long Branch, NJ, cost $32,800, Op. 1530 - burned 7 Jan 1927; 1928, at 72 Avenue Foch, Paris, France, cost $27,820 with concertola roll changer, Op. 1687.) Shadow Lawn served as a private girls school, then was acquired by Monmouth College (now University) in 1956.