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Three Taps Of The Gavel
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The 137th summer season of the Chautauqua Institution officially ended with the "Three Taps of the Gavel" ceremony, held on August 29, 2010.  In the pano, taken just after the final gavel taps, people are talking about the program, the summer, and many are wondering how the time passed so quickly.

The Massey Memorial Organ has been heard the the Amphitheater since 1907 and is the largest outdoor organ in the world.  For more information, go to:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massey_Memorial_Organ

Copyright: David Mariotti
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Uploaded: 31/08/2010
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Tags: chautauqua; massey organ; amphitheater
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