Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:

Advanced Search (Items only)

Curfew Bell

img377e.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Curfew Bell

Description

This curfew bell, cast in England in 1856, signaled to the mill employees that by 9 p.m. each night they were to be home and in bed. Amory Maynard warned that any of his employees found on the streets after the bell tolled would lose their jobs. In October 1935, the bell was donated to the Finnish Congregational Church with the help of Matti Katvala, watchmen at the mill.

Creator

Samuels Studio

Contributor

Rev. Gary Heikkila

Identifier

1999.2451-A
1999.2451-B

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photo Print

Physical Dimensions

5 x 5 inches, two prints

Storage

PB45