Clock Tower History

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  1. BILL KAPP

    BILL KAPP Registered User

    Feb 19, 2002
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    Arroyo Grande, Ca
    HI GUY, I ASSUME YOU WANT TO KNOW THE HISTORY OF TOWER CLOCKS, NOT CLOCK TOWERS. I COULD BE WRONG. I KNOW WE HAVE A CHAPTER OF THE NAWCC THAT SPECIALIZES IN THAT. GO TO THE MAIN BOARD AND HUNT AROUND FOR THAT CHAPTER. JOHN MALONEY, 263 ORO DRIVE, ARROYO GRANDE, CA. TEL 805 481 5973 IS VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE, HE PUT ON A HECK OF A DISPLAY AT THE PORTLAND NATIONAL CONVENTION. UNFORTUNATELY HE IS NO LONGER A MEMBER OF NAWCC AND I DON'T KNOW HIS EMAIL ADDRESS.
    BILL
     
  2. BILL KAPP

    BILL KAPP Registered User

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    http://members.aol.com/indexnawcc/134.html
    THE ABOVE LINK SHOULD TAKE YOU TO CHAPTER 134 (TOWER CLOCK) IF NOT, GO TO THE MAIN NAWCC WEB PAGE, CLICK ON THE CHAPTER LINKS, SCROLL DOWN TO THE SPECIAL INTERESTS SECTION AND YOU WILL SEE A LINK TO 134.
    TAKE CARE AND HAPPY HUNTING
    BILL
     
  3. Tony M

    Tony M Registered User

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    Fredrick Shelly / NAWCC member wrote a 236 page hardback book (special order supplement#2)" Early American Tower Clocks".Very nicely done with many photos.This would be a great one for you to check out.Published in early Feb. of 1999
    Tony Madden

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