NAWCC Bulletin No. 391: April 2011

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

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ARTICLES
141 - Halfway Point for the Astronomical Skeleton Clock by Mark Frank
150 - The Apostolic Clock—The Restoration of a Timekeeping Masterpiece by Stuart Leuthner
161 - An Illinois Watch Company Ladies’ Wristwatch Collection by Farrell Gay
177 - Ratchet Teeth on a Tallcase Date Wheel—a Novel Repair Technique by Edwin U. Sowers III
179 - Bulova PadPost and the Academy Awards by Jean Walton
180 - The Champaign County Clock and Bell Tower Restoration by Bruce Hannon
187 - School Clock Systems of the Standard Electric Time Company by Alan J. Bloore

FEATURES
131 - 2010 NAWCC Award Recipients
155 - Wristwatches—”Finding Mimo” by Bruce Shawkey
158 - In Memoriam—Dr. Roger Robinson
158 - In Memoriam—Elmer G. Crum
159 - The First One by Roger W. Sherman and Robert Boyd
200 - Watch Repair in America, Part Six by David Christianson
202 - Technical Tidbits—”Heat Treatment of Steel” by Steve Nelson
206 - In Memoriam—William K. “Bill” Mather
207 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor and contributors
219 - The National Watch & Clock Museum—”The Dana Blackwell E. Howard Tower Clock Co. Records“ by George Hudson
221 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
225 - Horologica
228 - Answer Box
231 - Obituaries
232 - Chapter Highlights
252 - In Memoriam—Irvin Rosen
253 - Chapter Officers
256 - NAWCC Staff

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