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Mysteries from the Archives (part X)

Greetings, everyone! This is part 10 of our Mysteries from the Archives posts. While I have no doubt that there will be more mysteries in the future, this is the last of the big push to solve mysteries that have … Continue reading

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Mysteries (part IX) – Solved

More mysteries solved!! Thank you, everyone!! Special shout out to those who responded with info about the mysteries – Carol Jickling Lens, Larry Weinstein, George Gregory, Adrian Gebruers, Dave Hunsberger, Rick Watson, Carl Zimmerman, Andreas Friedrich and Lisa Lonie!   … Continue reading

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Mysteries (part VIII) – Solved

As ever, you guys impress me with your knowledge! Thank you to everyone who responded with info about the mysteries! Especially John Widmann, Jim Saenger, Ed Arp, Luc Rombouts, Erv Mussman, Amy Brandau, Janet Tebbel, Carol Jickling Lens, Dave Hunsberger, … Continue reading

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Mysteries from the Archives (part VIII)

Greetings, everyone! It’s time for another round of Mysteries from the Archives! These latest mysteries come from the photo files – some group photos and some photos of foundries. If you can help to provide any information about any of … Continue reading

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Mysteries from the Archives (part VII)

Greetings, Everyone! It’s time for another Mystery from the Archives!  This latest mystery came hidden within a stack of music. The piece is titled “Rondino for carillon” but the composer and/or arranger is not identified. Comparison to several pieces of … Continue reading

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Mystery/Fabulous Find

Greetings, everyone! I hope that you’re all having a wonderful summer! First, I wanted to update you that the last mystery that was shared we believe with 99% certainty is a single bell located at St. Mary’s Cathedral of the … Continue reading

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Mysteries from the Archives (part VI)

Greetings, everyone! It’s been a busy week here in the Anton Brees Carillon Library! Restoration work has begun on the tower, I am continuing to process the vertical files, and LuAnn is hard at work on a special digitization project … Continue reading

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