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Charles Terwilliger - Bulletin Articles / References

Charles was a NAWCC Silver Star Fellow. His many contributions to the Association are listed in Dr. James Gibbs' "In Memoriam"

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Date Vol. No. Page Title / Subject

1951
Oct. 1951 IV 10 46 Under "The HIA Journal" in the column under "Reviews of Current Periodicals" mention of a Terwilliger article "Improving the 400-Day Clock" in the May 1951 issue     Read it

1951
Dec. 1951 V 1 34 In 1951 Charles was appointed Chairman of the NAWCC Membership Committe

Here Charles outlines various steps to be taken by the committee.      Read it

As an aside, it should be noted that due to Charles' efforts NAWCC membership increased significantly and rapidly.  So much so that some of the "Ol' Boys" felt the purity of "their" Association was being diminished by the sudden inclusion of so many common collectors.

1954
Oct. 1954 VI 5 300 In Joseph Sternfeld's column "Book Review" - The Horolovar 400-Day Clock Repair Guide.  (very brief)

1957
Feb, 1957 VII 67 457 In Joseph Sternfeld's column "Book Review" - The Horolovar 400-Day Clock Repair Guide  3rd Edition.  (brief)

1958
Dec, 1958 VIII 77 323 The Becker Talking Clock     Read it

1959
Oct. 1959 VIII 82 650 Ignatz - "The Craziest Clock in the World"     Read it

1961
Feb. 1961 IX 82 631 A Sequel to Ignatz - "The Craziest Clock"
Read it

1962
Aug. 1962 X 99 545 Joseph Sternfeld reviews The Horolovar Collection
Read it

1964
Oct. 1964 XI 112 447 Eugine L. Fitch and the Plato Clock     Read it

1967
Aug. 1967 XII 129 969 Fifty Animated dial alarm clocks - from two collections
       This article is in two parts.
Part 1  Read it     Part 2  Read it

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1975
Apr.1975 XVII 175 220 Charles reviews The Gustav Becker Story
Read it

1976
Apr.1976 XVIII 180 76 Henry B. Freid reviews The Clockmaker's Buying Guide
Read it

1977
Apr.1977 XIX 187 156 Germany's Older Clock Factories Their Trade Marks and Dates of Manufacture with E. D. Bush ond E. J. Tyler      Read it

1978
Apr.1978 XX 193 99 John C. Briggs and Rotary Pendulum Clocks
       This article is in two parts.
Part 1  Read it     Part 2  Read it

1978
Aug.1978 XX 195 370 Another Fifty animated dial alarm clocks
     Read it
For some reason, this one comes out sideways.

1980
Jun.1980 XXII 206 370 Addendum to the Becker Talking Clock article
Read it

1981
Jun.1981 XXIII 212 238 Two Italian novelty clocks     Read it

1982
Jun.1982 XXIV 216 96 NAWCC Chapter Highlights:  Talk by Charles Terwilliger at the New Jersy Chapter Autumn Meeting    Read it

1982
Jun.1982 XXIV 218 222 Charles reviews French Clocks the World Over
Part 1  Read it
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1982
Oct.1982 XXIV 220 580 NAWCC Chapter Highlights:  Talk by Charles Terwilliger at the Great Lakes Chapter 6 Meeting   Read it

1983
Jun.1984 XXV 224 347 Charles reviews French Clocks the World Over
Part 2  Read it

1984
Aug. 1984 XXVI 231 490 Henry B. Fried reviews the Ninth Editionof The Horolovar Repair Guide   Read it

1984
Aug, 1984 XXIV 216 96 NAWCC Chapter Highlights:  Talk by Charles Terwilliger at the Minnesota Oscar T. Lang Memorial Chapter   Read it

1984
Aug. 1984 XXIV 218 222 Charles reviews French Clocks the World Over
Part 3   Read it

1986
Aug. 1986 XXVIII 241 178 Charles reviews French Clocks the World Over
Part 4   Read it
Charles Terwilliger died on February 17 1988

1988
Jun. 1988 XXX 254 238 James W. Gibbs writes "In Memoriam" to Charles. The article includes his history and contributions to The NAWCC     Read it

1988
Jun. 1988 XXX 254 238 Active old timer Rose Brandt writes an article Giants in the Beginning     Read it