If the wind is blowing through Golden Gate Park on Wednesday, the Japanese Tea Garden will ring with a music not heard since the early 20th century.
It will be the chiming of 20 brass bells that stopped working shortly after the pagoda was dragged into the tea garden park by a horse-drawn wagon at the close of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915.
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