NAWCC Bulletin No. 379: April 2009

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
137 - A Spring-Driven Wooden Wheel Skeleton by David Bailey
141 - Save Our Tower Culture Wars in the Age of Aquarius by Richard Weiderman
147 - Ten in Twenty Million? Researching the First Patented American Calendar Pocket Watch Produced and All Known American Calendar Watches Prior to 1900 by Joe “J. C.” Cohen
157 - The New Zealand Clock: A Working Souvenir by Billy B. Johnson
162 - Restoration of an Interesting 8-Day Wooden Movement Clock by Richard L. Fyans
165 - United Clock Company by David Morgan
179 - “Marine” Clocks and Timepieces 1848-1900 by A. Lee Smith
194 - Practical Watch Collecting - A Manual for the Beginner—Part 5y Richard Watkins
209 - Waltham World War I Aircraft Panel Clocks Collecting Different Dials by Doug Yates
FEATURES
131 - 2008 NAWCC Award Recipients
146 - Obituaries
159 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
177 - The First One . . . by Rich Schag, Andy Elder, and Jeff Ziering
178 - Education Spolight by Katie Knaub
208 - The National Watch & Clock Museum—“Technologies Transform Travel Timekeeping” by Noel Poirier, and Library News by Sharon Gordon
211 - Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
223 - The Answer Box
226 - Horologica
231 - Chapter Highlights
253 - Chapter Officers
256 - NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 - Dates to Remember
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