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Looking Back: BYU Bells

Old photo of a man and a woman looking at large horns to give off the sound of a bell on a rooftop.
Courtesy of L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP2 F184

Installed on the Eyring Science Center roof in 1957, a 62-note carillon bell system sounded the hours, played hymns after devotionals, and serenaded campus and much of Provo with bell concerts.

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