NAWCC Bulletin No. 370: October 2007

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

Table of Contents

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515 – Every Collector Add a Collector by David Krashes
516 – Joel Curtis’s Alarming Wood Movement Tall Clocks by Peter A. Nunes
521 – The Mysteries of the Waltham 1882 Model and the Use of the Online Waltham Database by Irving Goldstein and Jonathan Weber
529 – The Unbelievable Story of Making Frets by Tom Spittler
535 – A Railroadman’s Watch by Pete Riegel
536 – Navigation Watches and Clocks of the German Air Force in World War II
by Konrad Knirim
554 – United States Watch Company (Waltham, MA) History and Watch Production
by Andrew H. Dervan
564 – Big Bang in a Small Space—The Hoffman Clock Museum by Deena Mack
565 – World Enough & Time or How an Infamously Coy Trademark Was Netted—Part 1 by Douglas K. Stevenson
573 – Leon Hatot and ATO Electric Clocks by Michael Viredaz
598 – Mercury and Timekeeping by Bob Reichel
528 – The 1943 Heritage Society
572 – The National Watch and Clock Museum
580 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
582 – Obituaries
583 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
596 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
599 – Horologica
603 – State of the Association—October 2007
617 – Chapter Highlights
637 – Congratulations to the 2007 NEW Old Timers
640 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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