"Tower and Street Clock Talk" newsletter
"Tower and Street Clock Talk" is the official newsletter of the Tower and Street Clock Chapter (#134) of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors (NAWCC).
It is published occasionally, and the current issue (#23) is described
on the home page.
Information to complete this page is still being compiled.
- #21, September 2015: 12 pages, with several color photos.
The contents include a President's Message, an article on the Ansonia Street Clock owned by the NAWCC Museum, an article on the oldest street clock in Texas, and a few other short items.
Before issue #21, the newsletter was titled "Tower Talk."
- #20, November 2014: 28 pages, containing a major article on Howard Tower Clock Model Numbers plus a short article plus a President's Message.
There are many illustrations from Howard Clock catalogues, plus seven photographs or photo groups, six of which are in color.
- #15, August 2012: 12 pages, containing three major articles plus two short articles plus reports from chapter officers.
There are seven photographs, six of which are in color.
- #14, May 2012: 12 pages, containing one major article with 20 color photographs, as well as a variety of other bits of information.
- #13, January 2012: 12 pages, containing two articles illustrated with a total of 13 color photographs.
- #12, June 2011: 12 pages, containing six articles, 17 color photographs and a variety of other bits of information.
- #9, February 2010: 10 pages, containing four news articles, eight color photographs and a variety of other bits of information.
- #? : The December 2005 issue contained the first of a projected series of four articles by Mark Frank on the subject "The Evolution of Tower Clock Mechanics and Design over the past 1000 Years", profusely illustrated with color photos.
- #? : The January 2003 issue (un-numbered, un-paginated) contained a variety of short articles and letters.
This page is being maintained for Chapter #134 by
Carl Scott Zimmerman.
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This page was last revised on
15 June 2017.