NAWCC Bulletin No. 357: August 2005

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

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422 – In Appreciation of the Littlemore Clock by Philip Woodward
425 – Hamilton Watch Co.: Masters of Precision and Mass Production
by Warren H. Niebling
427 – The Applied Index Dial at the Theo. R. Schwalm Dial Company by Don Aukamp
432 – Women’s Participation in Black Forest Clockmaking by Dr. Helmut Kahlert
438 – Twelve Ansonia Clock Company Arch-Top, 8-Day, Truespring Movements—Part Two by Peter Gosnell
456 – The Watch Movement That Wanted to Be a Clock by Mel Kaye
459 – The World’s Largest Tallcase Movement
463 – Some Thoughts on Choosing and Using the Right Oil for Clocks by Jon C. Losch
539 – At the Tone the Time Will Be … by Esther Kreek
419 – The NAWCC Board of Directors
462 – Obituaries
467 – Book Review by Tom Spittler and Donald L. Dawes
468 – The National Watch & Clock Museum by Sharon Gordon
469 – Practical Repair and Restoration—“A Clockmaker’s ‘Donut’” by Steve Nelson
472 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
484 – The Railroaders’ Corner—“Wind Indicators, Part I: Elgin” by Ed Ueberall and Kent Singer
495 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
498 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
502 – The 2005 Ward Francillon Symposium
503 – Wristwatches—“Zodiac: Late Bloomers in the Watch World” by Bruce Shawkey
507 – From the Workshop—“After Cleaning: What Then?” by Doug Sinclair
512 – Recipients of the NAWCC New Member Recruitment Award
514 – Chapter Highlight
540 – Chapter Officers
543 – Perspective
544 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
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