by Philip T. Priestley
8.5” x 11”, perfect bound, 156 pages.
This book on Aaron Lufkin Dennison, one of the co-founders of the American Watch Company of Waltham, fills a gap in the extensive horological literature. This is the first time a work has been entirely devoted to his life and successor companies. The book has 156 pages and over 200 illustrations, covers Aaron's early career as a watchmaker and parts supplier, his subsequent management role in the manufacture of watches at Roxbury and Waltham, his later watch manufacturing concern in Zurich, and his final career as a watch case manufacturer in England.