NAWCC Bulletin No. 352: October 2004

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

Table of Contents

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579 – Watch and Clock Collector Henry Ford by Jack Linahan
586 – A Brief History of Automobile Clocks
593 – A Most Interesting Swiss Traveling Clock by Doug Adams and Tom Wotruba
600 – The “Dutch Secret” and Jefferson Electric Clock History by Roger Russell
606 – Reverse Glass Painter-Artists Tom and Jan Moberg by Arnold C. Van Tiem
609 – A Pictorial Review of American Watch Factories by Andrew H. Dervan
619 – The Mastercrafters Story—1939-1988 by W. Clarke Eldridge and
William F. Keller
631 – Samuel Shourds and the Philadelphia Influence by Michael Henderson
636 – Sunday Morning in the Shop by Ern Grover
649 – The Old Town Clock, a poem by Robert Lee Brothers
618 – Obituaries
630 – 2005 NAWCC Convention and Seminar Schedule
637 – Wristwatches—“Rado Watches: Green Horses and Purple Gazelles, Oh My!” by Bruce Shawkey
643 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
646 – Book Reviews by Kathleen H. Pritchard and Fortunat F. Mueller-Maerki
647 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
650 – The Railroaders’ Corner—“Those Other Bunns” by Ed Ueberall and Kent Singer
662 – Rare—Unusual—Fun—Finds by Fred Tischler and William F. Keller
664 – In Memoriam—Gary Lee Hall
665 – 25th Annual Ward Francillon Time Symposium
667 – The School of Horology
668 – Perspective by Richard Robinson
669 – From the Workshop by Doug Sinclair
675 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®—“Teaching Technological History Leads to the NWCM” by Curatorial Intern Kenneth P. De Lucca
677 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
689 – State of the Association
703 – Chapter Highlights
736 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
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