NAWCC Bulletin No. 288: February 1994

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
3 – Six Mid-Western Watchmakers by Michael C. Harrold
17 – Discovering a Little Piece of Anglo-American History by Peter Weale
23 – Restoration of a Bronze Looking-Glass Clock by Burton P. Kassap
29 – Winding Mainsprings on the Bench Lathe by W. R. Smith
39 – A Mystery Chelsea Clock Movement by Benjamin J. Novak
40 – The Clapham Clock Museum and Other Horological Points of Interest
in New Zealand by Joseph M. Gensheimer
42 – Safe Home by Robert Russell
FEATURES
48 – NAWCC Museum and Library
51 – Twentieth Annual AWI Horological Tour by Marybess H. Grisham
55 – Executive Director’s Digest
55 – Book Reviews
57 – Research Activities and News
65 – The Answer Box
75 – Timely Voices
81 – The Tale of an Old Street Clock by NAWCC Chapter #20
86 – Special Election Results
87 – Necrology
88 – The Willard House and Clock Museum
90 – Chapter Highlights
124 – Chapter Officers
126 – State of Association (Addendum)
128 – National Officers and Staff
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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