NAWCC Bulletin No. 337: April 2002

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

Table of Contents

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131 – New Life for an Old Faithful Clock by Dave Berghold, Dick Dysart,
Mike Kovacich, and Ruth Quinn
138 – The Ultimate Railroad Regulator by Norman Cangey
140 – Clocks in 3D by Bob Frishman
145 – Hermetic Watches—A Photographic Update Part II by Bernard U. Bowman Jr.
157 – A 16th Century Ivory Watch? by Ted Crom
162 – “Let Us Cross Over the River and Rest Under the Shade of the Trees” by Dennis Cooper
167 – Those Wonderful Automobile Clocks by Mel Kaye
177 – The Balanced-Independent-Hand Clock by Rubens A. Sigelmann
183 – Rebirth of the Breslin Tower Clock by Walter B. Wilson III
195 – Early American Wristwatches 1900-1930 Part II by Bruce Shawkey
229 – Anglo-American Clocks by Bill Matthews
187 – In Memoriam—Sonya Spittler
188 – Practical Repair and Restoration
192 – The NAWCC School of Horology
193 – The NAWCC School of Horology—Alumni Association Report
199 – Obituaries
200 – The Answer Box
207 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®
209 – The Railroaders’ Corner
219 – Book Reviews
221 – Research Activities and News
233 – Vox Temporis
242 – Chapter Highlights
269 – Chapter Officers
272 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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