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NAWCC Bulletin No. 308: June 1997
Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.
Table of Contents
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275 – Frederick Stranack Gaskell 1898-1987 by Doug Sinclair
292 – Observations on Reading, Pennsylvania, Moon Dials by Tom Spittler
295 – Signatures and Other Marks on Dials and Plates of Older Pocket Watches by Jerzy Ganczarczyk
303 – The Account Book of Jacob Hertz by Helen B. Newell and Bruce R. Forman
306 – 1997 NAWCC Election Results
307 – A Unique Elgin Presentation Watch by William C. Heilman Jr.
311 – Caithness Science Festival Lecture: Concerning Alexander Bain
by Charles K. Aked
320 – A Peter Stretch Lantern Clock by Robert A. Erlandson
323 – Pocket Chronometer Used by Lieutenant Leonoid A. Petrov-Yanovsky in the Military Service of Czar Nicholas II by Dr. G. W. Huckaba
326 – A Most Gratifying “Focault” Experience by Dominic Viglione
329 – Horological Postage Stamps by Scott Owen
334 – Matching Colors to Repair Clock Faces by John B. Lord Sr.
338 – The Answer Box
343 – The NAWCC Museum
344 – Library News
346 – Willard House and Clock Museum
347 – The Railroaders’ Corner
350 – Convention and Seminar Schedule
351 – Executive Director’s Digest
353 – Research Activities and News
361 – Timely Voices
366 – Book Reviews
368 – Necrology
369 – Chapter Highlights
398 – Chapter Officers
400 – National Officers and Staff
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember
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