[Bell Historians] Trinity NYC
Carl S Zimmerman
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Fri Jun 22 13:09:55 BST 2012
I will correct that page as soon as I can. It is not my practice to credit subcontractors, either; but when the information that comes to me cites only the subcontractor and fails to mention either the prime contractor or the nature of the contract, then an unintentional error can result.
Thanks for the clarification!
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Trinity NYC
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Date: Thursday, June 21, 2012, 5:28 PM
Further...... Having just perused
it is not really true to say that they were hung as a chime by
The design and actual hanging of the chime was by Taylors. A small
part of the work was subcontracted to McShane to avoid to bells
having to cross the Atlantic for attention.
It is not normal to credit a sub-contractor as though he were the
The automatic chiming equipment which strikes the quarters and
the hour and also plays tunes was supplied by Clock-O-Matic.
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