NAWCC Bulletin No. 178: October 1975

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

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
420 – The First Free Pendulum Clock by Charles K. Aked
454 – Georgia-Made Clocks, Part II by G. Robert Coatney and Robert G. Scholtens
478 – A Wooden Clock from Down Under, a Pleasant Interlude in the Art
of Clockmaking by Hermann H. Knie
489 – Peoria and Non-Magnetic or Who Got the Scrap Iron? by William Muir
FEATURES & NOTES
419 – National Vice President Irving Cooperman Memorial
494 – Parable by Benjamin Franklin
495 – Answer Box
508 – Statement of Ownership
509 – Vox Temporis
512 – Antiquarian Horological Society, the Spread of Greenwich Time
by Charles K. Aked
513 – Your NAWCC Museum
514 – Research Committee Activities and News
516 – Pro Publico Bono
519 – Necrology
520 – Chapter Activities
533 – Chapter Officers
536 – Dates To Remember

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