NAWCC Bulletin No. 382: October 2009

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
515 - The Strasbourg Cathedral Clock Replica at The Franklin Institute Science Museum by Ray Kaplan and Charles Penneman
522 - A John Bull Automatic Alarm Clock and Its Connections with the British Jerome Group of Movements by Peter Gosnell
536 - Hopkins Watch Tool Company and Waltham Watch Tool Company by Andrew H. Dervan
541 - Some Thoughts on Originality & Restoration of Watches by Clint B. Geller
547 - Practical Watch Collecting - A Manual for the Beginner—Part 8 by Richard Watkins
552 - Mendel’s Clock by Bruce Hannon
554 - New Life for a Banjo Clock by Edwin U. Sowers III
560 - The Repeater Part 3: Minute Repeaters by Richard Watkins

FEATURES
521 - The First One . . . by Lewis Miller
551 - The National Watch & Clock Museum—“Found in the Archives: Original H. H. Ham Jr.’s Patents for a Ships Bells’ Indicating Clock” by Ronald S. Markowitz and Library News by Sharon Gordon
557 - Wristwatches by Bruce Shawkey
568 - The Answer Box—“Heanina, Hawina, and Johann Ludwig Winterhalder in America” by D. K. Stevenson
580 - Got Stones? Technical Tidbit No. 1 by Stephen Nelson
583 - Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
594 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
596 - Horologica
606 - In Memoriam—Ray S. Rio
606 – Obituaries
607 - State of the Association
619 - Chapter Highlights
640 - NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 - Dates to Remember

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