Talk:Meneely Bell Foundry

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Czechoslovak Liberty Bell[edit]

The section on the Czechoslovak Liberty Bell is presently under dispute. I have offered a revision of the section that meets some of the basic problems while sources are found. --Pat (talk) 22:33, 1 May 2008 (UTC)

I revised the article to remove the history of the bell from 1920-1980, which, while quite detailed, remained undocumented after five months. The history of the church where the bell hangs would be best used to create an article about the church or to add to a Prague-related article. I removed the romantic and somewhat nationalistic verbiage as inappropriate for an encyclopedia. Note that sourcing would be welcome for the remaining information. --Pat (talk) 08:20, 12 October 2008 (UTC)

found 5 Meleey bells at a rancho.[edit]

I was on a tour of an old rancho that was given to a man through a Mexian land grant. On this rancho was 5 bells marked Meleey Bell Co. 1896. When I asked the tour guide about the bells she told me they just appeared one day several years ago. Someone just dropped them off and they never found out who. There are 3 or 4 different sizes. Is there any historical value to these bells. If there is I would like to let the historical society know. I tried to find some information about the company and couldn't find anything on Meleey Bells in California. If you have any information I will pass it on to the society. My email address is schwartzassociates@socal.rr.com. Thank you Bill Schwartz —Preceding unsigned comment added by 76.87.170.104 (talk) 03:54, 3 March 2009 (UTC)