NAWCC Bulletin No. 341: December 2002

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

Table of Contents

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691 – Diary of a Painted Dial by M. F. Tennant with a preface by S. Crocker Bennett III
698 – Commercial Evolution of the Watch: Historical and Technical Clues to Identifying and Dating Watches in Your Collection by David A. Christianson
714 – Other Mississippi Tower Clocks by Jim West
721 – Charles Vander Woerd’s Unique 1872 Model Waltham – Part I by Craig Risch
736 – Philip Melanchthon’s Watch—Dated 1530 by Maia Wellington Gahtan and George Thomas
745 – The Trinity College School Turret Clock by Andrew Geekie
748 – A Patent Explained: A Quartz Watch That Can Be Regulated by Each Owner by Raymond J. Borowski
751 – Notes on Dr. Fred Beeler from an Interview with Mrs. Isabel Beeler
by Jack Linahan
697 – In Memoriam—Robert W. Garner
756 – The School of Horology
757 – Book Reviews
759 – The 2002 NAWCC Crafts Contest Winners
763 – Practical Repair and Restoration
764 – Obituaries
765 – Research Activities and News
773 – The Railroaders’ Corner
783 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®
785 – Wristwatches
788 – The Answer Box
794 – Vox Temporis
800 – Perspective
801 – Chapter Highlights
829 – Chapter Officers
832 – BULLETIN Index
848 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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