NAWCC Bulletin No. 349: April 2004

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

Table of Contents

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147 – English Movements and American Tallcase Clocks by John Robey
161 – The American Watch Company of 1876—from the perspective of the Waltham, MA, newspapers of 1876 by Leslie Nesky
175 – The Creation of a Custom Wristwatch by C. Bradley Jacobs
179 – An Introduction to Carriage Clocks by Doug Cowan
185 – A Look at the Amazing Variety in Carriage Clock Tops by Thomas R. Wotruba
209 – Clocks, Watches, and More—A Tour of the Benelux by Chapter 179 by Bill Keller
224 – An Unusual Chelsea Clock by Ted Crom

160 – The National Watch and Clock Museum® by Carter Harris
202 – Practical Repair and Restoration by John Crawford
205 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
208 – Tom Matthews Remembered
211 – Call to Meeting Announcement
212 – From the Workshop by Doug Sinclair
216 – 2003 NAWCC Award Recipients
219 – 2003 NAWCC Fellow Biographies
222 – Book Reviews by James Dyson and Tom Spittler
225 – Obituaries
226 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
230 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
241 – The Railroaders’ Corner by Ed Ueberall and Kent Singer
253 – NAWCC Council Meeting Minutes, December 6-7, 2003
257 – Chapter Highlights
285 – Chapter Officers
288 – NAWC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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