[Bell Historians] Wanamaker Mausoluem bells

Carl S Zimmerman csz_stl at qPmmiwwDq3_Gt0V6u2u0zqg48SNO5iOb4AtoS4s9ZVSsPuF738ZETtZ0_mUAP_8xdMRSGOz626KE.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jul 4 19:44:06 BST 2011

For details of the chime of conventional bells, see
That page contains a link to a page about the chime of tubular bells in the same tower.


--- On Mon, 7/4/11, Robert Lewis <editor at PFVNtzSEfBjisLW4HqBKyaiC2hdxki37RBtO6ol3SZQlbuNG6HRy42OyEB4r9UJ8A1YyoAu-d1K91KtbTkbV.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
Has anyone on the list ever visited the Wanamaker memorial bell tower 
in Philadelphia?  (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_T._Windrim)

This is a church-tower like structure built over the family vault of 
the founder of the famous Wanamaker Department Store (with its vast 
pipe organ and G&J hour bell).

I understand that the memorial tower contains both a tubular chime 
and a set of Meneely bells.
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