DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Seventy-five years ago, crews were digging the foundation for Deeds Carillon. Today, it’s grown into a Dayton icon, but caring for the carillon is a tall order.
“It’s the anchor point, probably one of Dayton’s most recognizable symbols,” said Brady Kress, president and CEO of Dayton History; the historical organization responsible for its preservation.
Deeds Carillon was dedicated in 1942 and stands 151 feet, six inches tall.
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