In 1930, there were an estimated 12,000 theatre organs throughout the United States. At that time, the second largest theatre organ company, Robert-Morton, built five identical theatre organs to place in the Loew’s five massive flagship theatres around NYC. The organ was to be magnum opus, and they were called "Wonder.” Of the five Wonder organs, the one in the United Palace is the last organ left in its original home, completely unaltered. The others have been taken out, moved, heavily altered, or destroyed. What we have is not only unique, it is truly one-of-a-kind.