NAWCC Bulletin No. 115: April 1965

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

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767 – “Meet Me at the Clock” submitted by Mrs. Virginia Timmons
731 – Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Penna. USA—Some Notes on Its Founding and History by Robert Irving McCollough
740 – Outstanding Collections of the History and Art Museum in Vienna
by Jean Louis Roehrich
748 – Horological Treasure Guardians (Time Locks)—Second of Three Parts by James W. Gibbs
768 – Denver’s Sundial submitted by Wayne L. Courtney
770 – The Clockmaker’s Notebook
780 – Nominations and Elections Committee Report—Meet the 1965 Candidates by Walter M. Roberts, P. P., Chairman
783 – Convention Promotion
788 – Convention Program
790 – “Did You Say a MOON Clock?” by Dr. I. M. Levitt
791 – Vox Temporis
795 – Answer Box
801 – New Members
806 – Library Committee Page
807 – Chapter Activities

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