Most of the organ, if not all, went to First Methodist Church, San Gabriel, California - including the console.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from T. Daniel Hancock. -- A 2011 history of the Shrine Mosque states that this civic building, of "architectural grandeur combined with artistic Arabic design," was a building "like the Shrine...modern with Arabic decorative expression." "The four-story Mosque was built at a cost of over $600,000, featured seating for 4,750, a stage 45 x 50 feet, a separate dining hall 100 x 150, kitchen facilities, dressing room facilities, clubrooms and lounges." "Of brick exterior with polychrome terra cotta trim, the building uses all forms of arch common to Mohammedan architecture, the semicircle and horseshoe. The stage was second in size only to that of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, while the pipe organ purchased for $50,000 was the largest west of the Mississippi at the time of its installation." Jerry Dawson, of Dawson Pipe Organ Service in Kansas City, reported that this organ was removed sometime in the 1950's by a local organ technician and split up to make five church organs, at undisclosed locations.
Identified through information in List of More than 5200 Moller Pipe Organs (Hagerstown, Maryland. M. P. Möller, 1928).