National Geographic : 1922 Nov
-u' A TYPICAL BELL TOWER IN NEW SPAIN Some of these fine old bells were cast in Spain in the seventeenth century and hung in the towerofthe Puebla Cathedral. They are not swung, but are struck by the clappers, to which rawhide ropes are attached, as shown in the picture. Pueblaisstill one ofthe most delightful towns inthis colorful land. The Dominican fathers established here an industry in colored tile-making which haspersisted inspite of wars and revolutions.