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  Howard Young  

"A Trip Through Time" Review a variety of clocks made by early American makers, including a number of examples that are on hand to view, ranging from weight driven wood works to modern electric and quartz clocks. Howard discusses each period beginning about 1800, prior to the invention of mass production techniques, through the Industrial Revolution period when many clocks were available and affordable by most households. Participants are urged to bring their old clocks for some information on their history and value. Howard is a member of the National Assoc. of Watch & Clock Collectors, operates the clock repair business, Howard's Antique Clocks, and appraises clock collections. He is a registered Professional Engineer now retired from the City of Wauwatosa as their Public Works Director and City Engineer.

 

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