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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
3 – George P. Reed and Hiram W. Smith: Two of Greater Boston’s Individual Watchmakers by Gerrit A. Nijssen
25 – The Clockwork Roasting Jack or How Technology Entered the Kitchen by Jeanne Shinto
32 – Oklahoma City Gives the 2004 NAWCC Convention a Western Welcome by Joanne Orr
33 – Multiple Repairs to a Mainspring Barrel by Edwin U. Sowers III
39 – Another Year Already Gone Old by D. K. Stevenson
42 – Ephraim Willard, a New Perspective by Peter Recourt
51 – Even More Questions and Answers on Time Recorders and Master Clocks by Joseph M. Gensheimer
62 – A Tribute: Roy Ehrhardt Jr.—August 13, 1930-November 9, 2004
by Bruce Shawkey
FEATURES
24 – Obituaries
41 – Practical Repair and Restoration—“Tightening Pillars Using a Jig”
by William E. Gable
65 – From the Workshop—“Troubleshooting” and “16-Size Waltham Crescent Street, Part I” by Doug Sinclair
71 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
74 – 2005 Election for the New NAWCC Board of Directors and Nominating and Elections Committee (NEC)
81 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
93 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
96 – The National Watch and Clock Museum®—“Mr. George H. Beamish and His Watch” by Kenneth P. De Lucca
97 – Chapter Highlights
127 – 2004 BULLETIN Index
144 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates to Remember
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