NAWCC Bulletin No. 358: October 2005

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

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548 – The Story of Hayden W. Wheeler by Howard Lasser
561 – The 400-Day Clock: From Patent to Product by Lindsay Bramall
575 – Museum van het Nederlandse Uurwerk Museum of the Dutch Clock by Andrew H. Dervan
577 – Radium and the Dial Painters by Roger Russell
583 – Artist/Playwright Tony Troy and The Clockmaker by Tony Troy
585 – Irvin Rosen, FNAWCC, Restores a Piece of History submitted by Richard Whipple
592 – See How They Run—One Year Timekeeping Variation in Some Seth Thomas No. 2 Clocks by Pete Riegel
547 – The Annual Appeal Challenge
547 and 632 – The 2005 Ward Francillon Time Symposium
573 – Wristwatches—“Oris” by Bruce Shawkey
587 – Practical Repair and Restoration—“Dealing with Escape Wheel Problems” by David J. LaBounty
597 – From the Workshop—by Doug Sinclair
602 – Book Reviews by Gordon T. Uber, William F. Ward, and D. K. Stevenson
605 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
617 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
619 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
621 – The Railroaders’ Corner—“Dueber-Hampden’s Special Railway” by Ed Ueberall and Kent Singer
633 – State of the Association
646 – Chapter Highlights
670 – Obituaries
671 – Perspective—Meet the Department of Development
672 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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