The Fall of the Campanile

The falling of the famous Campanile of St. Mark's Square, Venice, has brought regret to lovers of the antique and beautiful, the world over.

A marked inclination of the Campanile was noticed last spring, and its destruction is attributed by Professor Belar, head of the seismic observatory at Laibach, Austria, to the effects of the earthquake in Salonica, European Turkey.

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Criticisms of Christian Science
July 31, 1902
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