NAWCC Bulletin No. 415: May/June 2015

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

Table of Contents

Our sample article this issue (public view) is: "The History of the Pony Express System" by John Anderson (MA)

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218 - A Stand for the Eberman Tower Clock—At Last! by Frank Del Greco
221 - NAWCC Mentorship Is Rewarding by Gary Combs
226 - A “War of 1812” Shannon/Chesapeake Clock: History through Horology by David A. Sperling
232 - Ephemeral Art: Here Today and Gone Tomorrow by Pat Holloway
244 - Timepieces by Carl Fabergé: An Exhibit at the Bowers Museum by Robert Gary
248 - The Pendules de Voyage, Alias The Carriage Clock, Alias The Travel Clock by Ken Hogwood
252 - Walter Clocks: A Canadian Mystery Solved by Allan Symons
267 - A Compilation of Clock Chimes & Sequences by Steven R. Mallory
285 - Memorial to an Early North Carolina Clockmaker by Roy L. Gilliland
286 - Wrestling with the Cantankerous Swinger Pendulum Clock by Ray Brown
290 - History of the Pony Express System by John Anderson


211 - The Answer Box
217 - Education Spotlight by Phil Gregory
222 - Vox Temporis – Letters to the Editor
247 - Horology in Art – Part 20 by Bob Frishman
261 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor, editor
278 - Profiles in Time by Randy Jaye
280 - Horologica by Fortunat Mueller-Maerki
282 - Fantastic Finds and Related Tales by Fredric J. Friedberg, editor
284 - Obituaries – In Memory Of / In Honor Of
293 - Collecting a poem by Raymond Comeau
294 - The National Watch and Clock Museum by Sara B. Dockery
296 - Wristwatches by Bruce Shawkey
301 - Chapter Officers
304 - NAWCC Staff