The Founders Plaque

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  1. dweiss17

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    #1 dweiss17, Apr 14, 2016
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    Some days ago, I made a posting referring to my presenting the NAWCC Museum with a Founders Plaque denoting our fifty-two [52] founding members; listing them as the officers, their titles and the members at that time on November 7, 1943. In my earlier search I could not find a good photo of the plaque. Just a short while ago I stumbled across another photo that shows it in a much better light.

    While not entirely readable, it will give our NAWCC members who may never have the opportunity to visit our famous Columbia Museum…a more comprehensive view or understanding of what this plaque represents in honoring our Founders of this great horologic society


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