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Carillon Bells Arrive From Foundry In England, September 1936

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Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1936
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Carillon Bells Arrive From Foundry In England: Fifty-three bells of the Charles Baird carillon, third largest in the world, arrived in the city yesterday and were placed in storage until the framework from which they will hang in the Burton memorial tower is erected. F. C. Godfrey, chief carillon designer of Taylor & Co., English firm which cast the bells, is shown standing beside the 12-ton Bourdon bell, largest of the 53. It bears the inscription of the donor, Charles Baird of Kansas City.
Month
September
Year
1936
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