Tower and Street Clock Chapter #134 is a
Special Interest Chapter of the
National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors.
|Chapter Officers - 2015|
5 Clinton Street
Homer, NY 13077-1103
4575 Sandpiper Cove
College Station, TX 77845
6522 Hideaway Road
Ooltewah, TN 37363
Frank Del Greco
13730 Braeburn Lane
Novelty, OH 44072
|About Chapter #134|
Chapter 134 was chartered in 1985 to satisfy a need for those of us who are fascinated by those huge old clocks, once known as "everyone's pocket watch".
The members of this Chapter are scattered all over the country and the world, in contrast to the more usual geographical centering of a Chapter's membership.
The majority of tower clocks (known in England as turret clocks) and street clocks are also widely scattered, and are rather difficult to collect.
The Chapter holds regular meetings in conjunction with three Regional or National Meetings of NAWCC, as follows:
An important activity of the Chapter is NAWCC's Public Time Initiative, currently in Phase IB as the Spot-A-Clock project. Contributions to this project from the public are now welcomed.
The chapter was originally named the Tower Clock Chapter, and focused its interests entirely on tower clocks. In 2015, the name of the chapter was changed and the focus was expanded to include street clocks; the name of the newsletter was changed accordingly.
The background of this page illustrates the clock tower at NAWCC's Headquarters and Museum building in Columbia, Pennsylvania.
|Becoming a Member of Chapter #134|
To join the chapter, you must first be a
member of NAWCC.
Then send to our Treasurer (see the list of Chapter Officers above) your NAWCC Member Number along with your dues, which at present are $10.00 per year.
Anyone with an interest in tower clocks is welcome.
Benefits of chapter membership:
This page was originally designed for Chapter #134 by Donn Haven Lathrop.
After re-hosting, it is now being maintained by
Carl Scott Zimmerman.
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This page was last revised on 16 September 2015.