NAWCC Bulletin No. 389: December 2010

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

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647 - The Influence of Horology on U.S. Lighthouse Operations by Chris Hansen
661 - A War Hero and His Watch by Irving Goldstein and Jon Weber
666 - A Summary of the Egerton Family and Their Furniture: What’s Attributable and What’s Not! — Part I by David Sperling
677 - The Rolex Screw Down Crown (and its antecedents) A Tale of Three Patents, and a Few More! by David Boettcher
689 - Watch Repair in America: Part Five—World Watch Production by David A. Christianson
692 - Colonial and Early American Watchmakers by Richard Newman
707 - Genealogy of a Watch (One Timepiece, Five Generations) by Gary W. Arnal

643 - 2010 Crafts Competition by Wayne Laning and Stan Kaufman
646 - Carousel Time by Gerald P. Madden
691 - The Use of Visulization in Watchmaking by Joel Trenalone
711 - The First One
713 - The National Watch and Clock Museum—”A Hamilton/Illinois Watch tool drawing database update” by Robert Hostetter
715 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor
727 - Technical Tidbits No. 8: Drilling Tiny Holes in Really Small Workpieces by Stephen Nelson
729 - Is There Anything I Can Do About My Clock’s Finish? by Scotty Dean
732 - Horologica
736 - Vox Temporis  Letters to the Editor
738 - In Memoriam—Geraldine Jordan
739 - Obituaries
739 - In Memoriam—Ursula Metsker
740 - Chapter Highlights
765 - Chapter Officers
768 - NAWCC Staff

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