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Our sample article is from Research Activities & News: “Early 19th-Century Connecticut Clock Making and Freemasonry,” by Mary Jane Dapkus. The author has found documentary proof that several early 19th-century Connecticut clockmakers were Masons. Several examples of shelf clocks with Masonic decorations are provided.
Members can also access the covers, contact information, hours of operation, messages, committees, and dates to remember.
479 Waltham-Howard Watches Part 2: The Watches by Jerry Treiman, Gene Fuller, Carl Goetz, and Art Leibold
506 Mechanical Revival Continues, Quartz Remains Dominant, Larger Is Better, Smartwatches Go Mainstream, and the Apple Watch Arrives by Randy Jaye
478 Statement of Ownership
527 Research Activities & News
536 Clock Test Stands
538 National Watch & Clock Museum and Library
544 Volunteer of the Year
545 Vox Temporis | Letters to the Editor
563 In Memory of and Obituaries
566 For All Time 75th Anniversary Endowment and Capital Campaign