NAWCC Bulletin No. 127: April 1967

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

Table of Contents

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CLOCKS
818 – “Steeples”—American Sharp Gothic Clocks and Variations by Paul R. de Magnin
840 – A Beauty of the Past by Lee Seymour
864 – An Unusual Mechanism by J. B. P. Green
866 – “Treasure” May Still Be Found by Archie Campbell
WATCHES
827 – Warren Watch Number 29 … What? by George E. Townsend
TECHNICAL
836 – Simple Winding Stop Works for Weight Driven Clocks by William A. Kilbourn
861 – Constructing a Master for a Slave by Joseph J. Singer
GENERAL
831 – A. Ingraham—“Travailing” Salesman by Forrest M. Holly
839 – Neanderthal Tempus Indicum by Walt McNickle
842 and 867 – Convention Information
847 – Autobiography of Dr. W. Barclay Stephens
851 – National Time Day in Japan by Chester W. Howard
868 – Spectrography and Horology by John E. Tyler
871 – Answer Box
878 – Vox Temporis
882 – New Members
889 – Clockmaker’s Notebook
907 – Library Committee Page
908 – Chapter Activities

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