Please include an email address so I can contact you if I have a question. With a production history covering more than forty years, determining the exact manufacturing date of tonewheel Hammonds used to be difficult; new models were not introduced every year and production changes that were made were often subtle.Your information will be placed in a holding area for review and added to the age list after acceptance.To include a Leslie speaker or Hammond Tone Cabinet see the bottom of this page. Beginning in late 1935 and continuing to mid-1975, the archetypal instrument we think of when hearing the word "organ" was produced by the thousands.Use this form if you would like to submit your Hammond Organ for inclusion in these tables.When you hit the "Submit" button you will see a message advising "Update Successful".In the other direction, at the Macy’s store, the mall takes a 90 degree turn and narrows substantially enroute to the large food court and Burlington Coat Factory store.And if the floorplan itself doesn’t excite you, then look at the facade of the Macy’s (which is, again, a former Bamberger’s store): check out the wood paneling! EDIT 4/29/2007 AM EST: Silly me, I forgot to finish my research when I posted this article.The Monmouth Mall is visibly old, and originally began its life as an open air center built on the site of a former farm in 1960.
Want to see a vintage advertisement of the Easter Bunny at Monmouth Mall? Outdoor Macy’s Browse by state to find photos, histories and discussion about shopping centers throughout the U. and Canada., read our coverage of dead malls (the reason most people visit us) or learn why we created Labelscar.To help determine the manufacturing date of Hammond organs and Leslie speakers.April 28, 2007 | New Jersey | Posted by Caldor All of this Steinbach posting has put me in a New Jersey mood lately.Malls are as synonymous with New Jersey as Bruce Springsteen, so there’s plenty of neat ones to pick from, and the 1.5 million-square-foot Monmouth Mall on the Jersey Shore is one of the cooler ones that I visited for the first time in November of 2006.
Like many old malls, Monmouth Mall has had many anchor stores rotate in and out over the years: The Vornado Realty Trust-owned center is one of the most successful malls on the Jersey shore today, despite a location that’s relatively close to the Freehold Raceway Mall, one of the state’s largest and newest enclosed shopping malls.I think Monmouth Mall is cool because of its bizarre floorplan and changing decor–if you look at the directory below, you can tell that there is one long wing that begins as a grand, one-level atrium in front of Macy’s before splintering into two levels (much like the Cherry Hill Mall) and continuing a long ways to the modern-day Boscov’s anchor store.