NAWCC Bulletin No. 390: February 2011

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

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ARTICLES
4 - Walter H. Durfee & His Curtis Girandole Clocks by Owen H. Burt
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- Patti Moore’s Observations about Her Collection of United Clock Company Clocks by Patti Moore
30 - Collision at Tappen, British Columbia by Doug Sinclair
33 - A Summary of the Egerton Family and Their Furniture: What’s Attributable and What’s Not! — Part 2 by David Sperling
40 - Mr. Locke’s Ladies’ Watch Factory: Columbia and Suffolk Watch Companies of Waltham, MA by Andrew H. Dervan
47 - The Repeater Part 6: The Decimal Repeater by Richard Watkins
66 - In Search of the Watchmakers of Landerneau and Some Anecdotes Along the Way by Louis S. Flocco
71 - “You Never Have to Wind Them”— A History of the Trinity and American Self Winding Clock Companies of Chicago by Ray Brown
80 - The Kitchen Clocks at Cracker Barrel Restaurants by Billy B. Johnson

FEATURES
3 - Call for Nominations for Appointed Board of Directors Positions
60 - 2011 NAWCC Board of Directors Election — Candidate Biographies
65 - 2011 Bylaws Amendments Vote
65 - The National Watch and Clock Museum
79 - Obituaries
82 - The First One
84 - Wristwatches—“Gübelin: Great Watches, Decidedly European” by Bruce Shawkey
87 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor
99 - Horologica
101 - Vox Temporis  Letters to the Editor
103 - Chapter Highlights
127 - In Memoriam—Harold Lee “Bus” Beane
128 - NAWCC Staff


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