This carillon is a tribute to the affection from Edward William Bok to his grandparents: Lovers of beauty 1926. The tower was designed by Milton B. Medary of Philadelphia; the landscape gardening by Frederick Law Olmstead of Brookline, Massachusetts; the sculpture Lee Lawrie of New York City the bells were cast by John Taylor and Company Loughborough England; the ironwork by Samuel Yellin of Philadelphia; the marble from the quarries of Tate, Georgia; the faience by J.H. Dulles Allen of Enfield, Pennsylvania; the tower was built by Horace H. Burrell and Son of Philadelphia.
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