NAWCC Bulletin No. 296: June 1995

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

Table of Contents

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291 – The International Time Recording Company: The First Ten Years
by Joseph M. Gensheimer
304 – An Anomalous Aurora Watch Movement by Greg Frauenhoff
307 – John Harrison’s Tomb by Charles Aked
312 – Fun with Alarm Clocks by A. Lee Smith
315 – Carl Hahlweg Strikes Again! by Donn Haven Lathrop
321 – Aaron Lufkin Dennison—Early Family Papers by Philip T. Priestley
327 – Election Results
328 – When Is a Volt Not a Volt? by Martin Swetskyu
331 – Computer-Synchronizing Clocks Made by the Self-Winding Clock Co.
of New York by Mitchell Janoff
335 – Looking under the Dial by Tim Flower
338 – Lifetime Members
339 – A Mystery Unwound by Oglesby Paul and Richard J. Wolfe
342 – Railroad Watch Advertising, 1910-1915 by Winthrop D. Warren
347 – An Early B. B. Lewis Perpetual Calendar Clock by R. W. Fischer
349 – Hanover, Pennsylvania, Clockmakers, Watchmakers and Silversmiths
by John R. McGrew
355 – Research Activities and News
366 – NAWCC Museum and Library
369 – The Willard House and Clock Museum
370 – Timely Voices
380 – The Answer Box
392 – Necrology
393 – Executive Director’s Digest
393 – Book Reviews
399 – Chapter Highlights
400 – Chapter Officers
432 – National Officers and Staff
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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