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NAWCC Bulletin No. 325: April 2000
Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.
Table of Contents
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149 – Washington Style Watchmaking (Pursuing Common Consumer Watches) by Mike Harrold
159 – The American Dollar Watch—A Watch Everyone Could Afford
by Norman M. Tallan
179 – The National Watch and Clock Museum by Ralph Fletcher
181 – “Cruciform” Clock with Electromagnetic Chimes and Strike by Philip W. Kuchel
190 – The Gledhill-Brook Time Recorder Empire Movement Fusee Compensated: Disassembly, Main Spring Set Up, Assembly by Bernie Pollack
192 – Mentoring: Sharing What You Have Learned by Stephen Nelson
195 – The Tower Clocks of Restored Colonial Williamsburg by Michael Tyler200 – The Practical Use of the Marine Chronometer at Sea by Michael S. Dixon
200 – Call to Meeting
203 – Practical Repair and Restoration
211 – The 20th Annual NAWCC Seminar
214 – Book Reviews
215 – Railroaders’ Corner
225 – Research Activities and News
236 – Library and Research Center
237 – The 2000 NAWCC Convention
238 – Willard House and Clock Museum
239 – Vox Temporis
245 – The Answer Box
250 – Obituaries
251 – Field Suitcase Workshop in Portland, Oregon
252 – Chapter Highlights
286 – Chapter Officers
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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