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Grid Battle Draws First Of Kiwanians

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
October
Year
1938
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Charles Baird Dies In Sleep At Kansas City

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
November
Year
1944
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Leen 't Hart, carillonneur, and students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower, June 1973

Leen 't Hart, carillonneur, and students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower, June 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1973
Caption
Famous Dutch carillonneur Leen 't Hart demonstrates some of the instrument's finer points to students in the bell chamber of Burton Tower. 'T Hart, who was here as part of his summer tour, gave one-hour lessons to seven students from the U-M, Ohio and the Detroit area. Pictured from left to right are, in first row: Janet Tebbel, Leslie MaHaffey, 't Hart and Mrs. Beverly Buchanan. In the second row are Stephen Knight, Jack Austin and Sherry Mattson. Standing in back is R. Hudson Ladd, U-M carrilloneur.

Carillon Bells Arrive From Foundry In England, September 1936

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1936
Caption
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.

Bells For Carillon

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