NAWCC Bulletin No. 347: December 2003

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

Table of Contents

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707 – D. D. Palmer and the Waltham School of Horology by Gerrit A. Nijssen
727 – Military Timepieces, Bomb Timers of the 1920s by Konrad Knirim
732 – The Detex Newman Quartz Watchclock by Gordon A. Lange
735 – The People’s Choice—A Perpetual Calendar Regulator NAWCC 2002 Crafts Contest Class 4 First Place Winner by David Walter
738 – An Early 18th Century Lacquered Longcase Clock by Hugh Davis of Speake by Simon R. Drachman
755 – Ansonia Clock Company’s Literary Statuary by Richard L. Berkey
764 – Troubleshooting Tips for When a Swinger Won’t Swing by Mel Kaye
767 – “I am the Clock-Winder” by Donn Haven Lathrop
770 – The Equalization of Time by Harry Pecorelli III
805 – 2003 NAWCC National Convention by Gene Volk
721 – The 2003 NAWCC Crafts Contest
766 – From the Workshop
769 – Obituaries
771 – The Railroaders’ Corner
781 – Wristwatches
784 – Research Activities and News
796 – Vox Temporis
800 – Book Reviews
803 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®
808 – The Answer Box
813 – Perspective
814 – NAWCC Council and NWCM Trustees Joint Meeting Minutes
816 – Chapter Highlights
845 – Chapter Officers
848 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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