NAWCC Bulletin No. 181: April 1976

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

Table of Contents

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131 – Simon Willard and His Wonderful Timepieces by J. R. Keown
142 – A Salem Bridge Chronometer by D. J. Blackwell
150 – Lemuel Curtis and Joseph Nye Dunning, Clockmakers of Concord, Massachusetts, and Burlington, Vermont by Lester Dworetsky
164 – Georgia-Made Clocks (Addendum to Part II) by G. Robert Coatney
and Robert G. Scholtens Essays on Pendulums, Part 1
167 – Clock Pendulum Experiment by Michael G. Kolyer
170 – Gage Your PQ (Part I) by Guy D. Aydlett
175 – Nomogram for Practical Pendulum Regulation or Pendulum Regulation without Arithmetic (Almost) by John S. Saby
184 – Gage Your PQ (Part II) by Guy D. Aydlett
187 – Design and Construction of “Conversation-Piece” Clocks by Adolph Amend Jr.
196 – Book Review
203 – In Memory of E. Eugene Partain
204 – Convention 1976
204 – Is the Golden Age of Horology Dead?
206 – Vox Temporis
212 – Call to Meeting
213 – Slide Tape Program for Your Chapter Meetings
215 – Research Committee Activities and News
217 – Your NAWCC Museum
218 – The Answer Box
228 – Necrology
228 – New Additions to the NAWCC Lending Library
229 – Dates To Remember
230 – Chapter Activities
261 – Chapter Officers

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