NAWCC Bulletin No. 371: December 2007

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
648 – 2007 NAWCC National Convention Highlights by Renee and Jim Coulson
652 – The No-Key Clock, Arthur F. Poole, and the Mountain State Electrical Company by Richard Hatch
660 – Junghans Swinger Clocks by Mel Kaye
663 – Hayden W. Wheeler Revisited by Howard Lasser
669 – Paul Garnier, a Clever and Creative Carriage Clock Maker by Tom Wotruba and Doug Adams
677 – A Brief History of High-Frequency Watch Movements with Specific Attention to the Longines Ulta Chron by Louis S. Flocco
690 – Roger Dankert Radio Pioneer by Joanne Orr
692 – Jedidiah Baldwin with Comments on Jabez Baldwin and the William(s) Cleveland by Don Haven Lathrop
697 – World Enough & Time or How an Infamously Coy Trademark Was Netted—Part 2 by Douglas K. Stevenson
709 – A Timepiece Is Tracked Down by J. D. Fowler
711 – A Look at Two Interesting Artifacts: One from E. Howard Watch Co. and One from Waltham Watch Co. by James W. Peghiny
FEATURES
643 – The 2007 NAWCC Crafts Contest
715 – Wristwatches
717 – Obituaries
718 – Horologica
720 – In Memoriam—Stephen F. Longo
721 – The National Watch and Clock Museum
723 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
725 – In Memoriam—Norris Gaither Hite
726 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
730 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
741 – Chapter Highlights
765 – Chapter Officers
768 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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