NAWCC Bulletin No. 394: October 2011

Watch & Clock Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.

Table of Contents

Our sample article this issue (public view) is:
"A Gold Watch Enabled the Louisiana Purchase" by Irénée du Pont Jr.

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483 - Conservation and Restoration: A P. P. Barraud Tower Clock by W. David Todd
498 - Two Watches: A Presidential Gift & A Vice-Presidential Memorial by James W. Peghiny
504 - Making Beveled Gears for a Tower Clock by Michael Kuyt
507 - A Gold Watch Enabled the Louisiana Purchase by Irénée du Pont Jr.
510 - Building a Verge & Foliot Clock by Chris Hapstack and John Wagner   
518 - Kilbourn & Proctor Banjo Movement Production by Andrew H. Dervan with Leslie Nesky
521 - Bad Robot Clock System: Mid-Century Clock System in a High-Tech Setting by J. Alan Bloore
527 - The Seesaw Gravity Escapement by Roger Bunce
543 - “So Where Do I Go To Learn About My Clock?”—Part 2 by Scotty Dean

517 - In Memoriam—Michael A. Carito
536 - The First One by Rev. Daniel Schroeder, Rich Mitchell, and Robert Lawrence
538 - Technical Tidbits No. 11—“Burnisher 101: How to make your own” by Stephen Nelson
545 - Answer Box
550 - Horologica
555 - Mosaic
558 - The National Watch & Clock Museum—"An Internship Experience: The Theodore R. Crom Archive” by Alexa Sleeper    
559 - 2011 Ward Francillon Time Symposium by Patti Moore
560 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
561 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor and contributors
573 - In Memoriam—Melvin D. Crouse
573 - Obituaries
574 - State of the Association
589 - Chapter Officers
592 - NAWCC Staff

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