Published online July 6, 2017

In From PAW’s Pages: 4/15/55 (Inbox, Jan. 11), the letter from Donald Street 1919 refers to Arthur Bigelow in “Hardest Working Bell.”

My wife Joyce (Vassar ’61) and I have been avid collectors of rare photographs for many years. Coincidentally, in December of last year we made a gift of several vintage images to the Princeton University Library, one of which is a 1949 photograph by Eugene Smith of Arthur Bigelow. The title is “Arthur Bigelow testing the tone of the bell he has designed and built.” I thought it would be a good postscript to the article.

View Life magazine’s 1949 photo essay of Bigelow in Google Books.

Mike Axelrod *66
Mill Valley, Calif.