NAWCC Bulletin No. 381: August 2009

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
390 - The Royal Canadian Institute, a Painting, & a Kosmic Clock by Peter Broughton
397 - In Search of Charles Feichtinger by Don Bugh and Mary Ellen Bell
414 - The Tower Clocks in the Town of Huntington Long Island, NY by Chris Hansen and Toby Kissam
426 - The Mind of the Watch Enthusiast by Chris Niebauer
429 - History, Specifications, and Restoration of Stromberg Self-Winding Clocks by Scotty Dean and Kenneth Reindel
434 - A Case of B-u-l-o-v-a by Edward Ash
435 - The Carriage Clocks of the Boston Clock Company by Thomas R. Wotruba
443 - American Watch Tool Company by Andrew H. Dervan
449 - Remember Remember—The Gebrüder Resch Trademark & The Wedding Tale by Douglas K. Stevenson
455 - Practical Watch Collecting - A Manual for the Beginner—Part 7 by Richard Watkins

FEATURES
387 - The National Watch & Clock Museum—“Library Adds New Collection” by Volunteer Judy Anttonen and Library News by Sharon Gordon
388 - The First One . . . by Bill and Gail Welde and Jim Schumann
464 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
467 - The Answer Box
471 - Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
481 - In Memoriam—Ernest A. Lantz
482 - Horologica
486 - The Tempus Vitam Regit Society
487 - Chapter Highlights
508 - Obituaries
509 - Chapter Officers
512 - NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 - Dates to Remember

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