NAWCC Bulletin No. 185: December 1976

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

Table of Contents

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523 – Patriots and Tories by James W. Gibbs
532 – Thomas Wagstaffe, Quaker Clockmaker by George E. Moore, M.D.,
and Arthur E. James
542 – A Bicentennial Story in Three Parts by Howard G. Sloane
556 – Who Was America’s First Watchmaker? by James W. Gibbs
566 – Roller Pinions, 1778 Style by Lester Dworetsky
578 – A Horological View of the European Vision of America Exhibition
by Kenneth R. Pearson
587 – Life and Times of Simon Willard in Grafton 1753-1780 by Dr. Roger W. Robinson
592 – America’s Most Historic Clock by James W. Gibbs
Words from the Past
599 – American Watches and Clocks
603 – Chauncey Jerome
608 – A French Revolutionary Decimal Watch by Fred Powell
531 – A Message for Today from an Early Patriot and His Watch
554 – The Great Clock of Detroit
576 – Lafayette’s Watch
590 – Two Century Clocks
610 – Dates To Remember
611 – Book Review
612 – Message from Secretary and Treasurer
612 – Necrology
613 – Chapter Activities
641 – Chapter Officers

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