NAWCC Bulletin No. 328: October 2000

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
581 – The First Japanese Precision Timepieces: A Brief History of the Seiko Marine Chronometer by T. Haruyama
587 – German Patent Letter Clues by D. K. Stevenson
604 – It’s About Time: Clocks and Timekeeping Lakeview Museum Exhibit
605 – Clocks at the University of Denver’s Chamberlin Observatory by Bill Dillon
611 – The Ingenious Poole Clock by Edwin U. Sowers III
617 – Horological Gods and Heroes by Chris H. Bailey
621 – Keeping Time: Clockmaking in Concord, 1790-1835 at the Concord Museum, Concord, MA
623 – A Remarkable Clock Mechanism by G. Rahmer of Rondout, New York by John Darrow
627 – The Clockmaker’s Apprentice Who Changed the World by Donn Haven Lathrop
FEATURES
629 – The Railroaders’ Corner
642 – In Memoriam—William F. Meggers Jr.
643 – Wristwatches
647 – Practical Repair and Restoration
652 – Willard House and Clock Museum
653 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®
656 – Book Reviews
657 – Vox Temporis
664 – The NAWCC School of Horology
665 – The Answer Box
671 – Research Activities and News
683 – State of Association
703 – Obituaries
704 – Chapter Highlights
734 – Chapter Officers
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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