History of the the Brigham Young Academy, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia. (Links Added)

Electricity generated from A.O. Smoot's sawmill two blocks to the west provided for electric lights in the building. Heating for a portion of the building was accomplished by forced air over steam radiators; the remaining rooms were heated by coal.

The bell tower had no bell until 1912. Up until then a triangle hanging in the main hall was struck to signal classes. Unfortunately, the bell installed in 1912 was of poor manufacture and had a very dull sound. In 1919 the old Provo Tabernacle was razed and the nickel bell cast by the McShane Bell Foundry in Baltimore installed.

The name of the building has changed several times. Already in 1898 it was renamed the High School Building. In 1922 the name changed again to the Education Building.

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