Plum Park Press
George Laing Miller published The Recent Revolution in Organ Building in 1913. It provides comprehensive coverage of the subject, beginning with some early history of organs, and end with brief biographies of the chief contributors to organ development. In between it described the many improvements made in organ design, with many illustrations and photographs.
The book is bound in paper-covered boards carrying an image of masonry on the outside of the book and on the endpapers. The front of the book carries a small model organ, with the traditional gold-painted pipes, giving the book display value as well as reading value!

(This book also looks particularly good alongside How the Piano Came to Be...)
The Recent Revolution in Organ Building consists of 280 pages, with overall dimensions of 75 x 54 x 28 mm (2-15/16 x 2-1/8 x 1-1/8 inches). The edition consists of 20 copies, priced at $500 each, plus $5 for shipping and handling.