The Barton console now controls a large organ in the residence of Phil Maloof in Las Vegas.
From Online information on http://theatreorgans.com/barton/
Information from Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. I by David L. Junchen. Pasadena: Showcase Publications, 1985.
Updated through online information from Dale Pfeiffer. -- the removal of the organ was taped by Dale Pfeiffer. To date no one has offered to help with the cost of edit and the tapes WILL be bulk erased and reused on other projects as of 1/1/15
Updated through online information from Paul Marchesano. -- The Stadium console which had not been moved into the warehouse survived and was sold to Phil Maloof who has it installed in his music room at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Identified through online information from Paul Marchesano. -- Stadium closed 1994, demolished 1995. Organ was removed to be installed (along with a Barton 3/12) in the 19th Hole (owned by Bob Ropolo, in suburban Chicago). 19th Hole closed and the organ was moved to storage in Phoenix, AZ. In October of 1996, a propane tank on a trailer parked next to the warehouse exploded and created a big fire in the surrounding area. The warehouse was soon engulfed, and the two Bartons, along with a 3/19 WurliTzer from the Loew's State Memphis (Opus 1271) )which had been fully restored and was waiting installation in a planned pizza restaurant) were totally destroyed.