NAWCC Bulletin No. 294: February 1995

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
3 – Paul Ditisheim—After Fifty Years by Kathleen H. Pritchard
18 – Merci, Monsieur LePaute by Peter Recourt
22 – The Verge Escapement by Charles K. Aked
30 – The Rockford Watch Company Ltd. Advertising Program November 1909–November 1910 by Nahum H. Lewis
35 – Modern Precision Pendulum Clocks by John Griffiths
45 – Nathan Fellowes Dupuis by William R. Topham and Bernard Ziomkiewicz
52 – Addenda/Corrigenda to NAWCC Supplement #20 by Philip T. Priestley
and J. Ganczarczyk
56 – John Joseph Merlin’s Skeleton Clock by Doug Sinclair
59 – The Ansonia Rubber Company by Phil and Sarah Russell
63 – The Frugal Clocksmith Part IV by Len Holskin
65 – 1995 NAWCC Election of Officers and Directors
73 – Explaining Formula II by L. Raymond Wood and Harrison B. Wood Jr.
FEATURES
75 – Research Activities and News
80 – Executive Director’s Digest
80 – The Willard House and Clock Museum
81 – Convention and Seminar Schedule
82 – NAWCC Museum and Library
85 – The 1995 NAWCC National Convention by Judy Draucker
86 – Book Reviews
91 – Timely Voices
103 – The 1994 NAWCC International Convention by Ted Crom
105 – Lifetime Members
106 – The Answer Box
113 – Necrology
114 – 1995 NAWCC Crafts Competition by Gene Sizemore
116 – Chapter Highlights
142 – Chapter Officers
144 – National Officers and Staff
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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