NAWCC Bulletin No. 441: September/October

Table of Contents

The September/October Watch & Clock Bulletin travels from Paris in the 1700s, to the United States in the late 1800s, to the United Kingdom in the 1940s, and returns to the United States in the early 1960s. It covers topics including World’s Fairs, repairs at the NAWCC Watch and Clock Museum, and gifting clocks to teenagers.

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383 The Marvelous Maillardet Automaton, Part 4 By Andrew Baron

395 An Early Going Barrel Watch By Richard Newman

412 Herman Miller Clock Co. and Howard Miller Clock Co. By Andrew H. Dervan

427 André-Charles Caron—A Watch Maker’s Shop (boutique d’horloger) on rue Saint-Denis, Paris, Circa 1750, Part 2 By Robert St-Louis

438 Chauncey Jerome’s Oversized Steeples With Their Four Unique Movements By Jim Price

458 Henry Harmson of Marblehead By Damon Di Mauro


381 Vox Temporis
401 Research Activities & News
411 Fantastic Finds & Related Tales
426 Poem
455 Horologica
456 Watch News
466 Life IS Fair!
467 Museum Connection
469 For All Time Endowment and Capital Campaign
471 In Memory of and Obituaries

“An 18th-Century Plantation Owner’s Watch,”