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Visual Evidence


Photo 4: The Liberty Bell passing through Plainfield, Connecticut, June 1903.
[Graphic] Photo 4 with link to higher quality photo.
(Photo by Lewis S. Mills, Independence National Historical Park)

Photo 5: Park Ranger and children at the
Liberty Bell Pavilion, 1995.
[Graphic] Photo 5 with link to higher quality photo.
(Photo by Michael J. Boorse, Independence National Historical Park)

Both photos show people responsible for protecting the Liberty Bell.

Questions for Photos 4 & 5

1. Compare the two photos. What are some similarities and differences?

2. Describe the setting in Photo 5. Do you think the Liberty Bell Pavilion is an appropriate location for the bell? Why or why not?

* The photos on the screen have a resolution of 72 dots per inch (dpi), and therefore will print poorly. You can obtain a high quality version of Photo 4 and Photo 5, but be aware that each file will take as much as two minutes to load with a 28.8K modem.

 

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