|Other titles||Bulletin of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors.|
|Statement||by James W. Gibbs.|
|LC Classifications||HD9999.C612 D84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||55043334|
The Author, Softcover. Very Good. Item # Approx. 5 7/8 wide by 9. ; 64 : James W. Gibbs. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The Dueber-Hampden Story A Supplement to the NAWCC Bulletin by James W. Gibbs, c. Cover and front matter. According to James Gibbs' book; From Springfield to Moscow: The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story, the almost completed south wing meant to house the watch works was completely leveled. Gibbs reports the company had no insurance for the $15, dollar loss (10).Author: Lee Horrisberger.
Dueber-Hampden's story is told in " From Springfield To Moscow: The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story " by James W. Gibbs. It was originally published in and was enlarged as a supplement to the Bulletin of the National Assoc. of Watch and Clock Collectors in The history of the Dueber Watch Case Manufacturing Co is told in From Springfield To Moscow: The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story. Briefly, John C. Dueber established a watch case company in Cincinnati, OH in the s, in association with Mr. Francis Doll, who left within a year. According to James Gibbs' book; From Springfield to Moscow: The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story, the almost completed south wing meant to house the watch works was completely leveled. Gibbs reports the company had no insurance for the $15, dollar loss (10).Author: Lee Horrisberger. As Gibbs reports in his book, From Springfield to Moscow, The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story, he said think of the sadness that fell over Springfield and Hampden County, Massachusetts when the announcement came that the Watch Works, along with those skilled and highly paid workmen and their families, would be moving to Canton.
The Dueber & Hampden businesses. According to James W. Gibbs in “Dixie Clockmakers” /6 were pivotal years for Dueber. By this time sales had reached $million and he had just incorporated the concern as the Dueber Watch Case & Manufacturing Company, with capital of $2million, amongst other named incorporators were John Daller, his father-in-law, and Col. W. A. Moore. In John C. Dueber founded the Dueber Watch Case Company in Cincinnati, Ohio to manufacture cases for fine watches. In , Dueber, who had been making cases for the Hampden Watch Company, purchased a controlling interest in the this time an anti-trust law was passed and the watch case manufacturers formed a boycott against Dueber's company. A paperback booklet of The Dueber-Hampton Story. This saddle-stitched page booklet by James W. Gibbs tells the history of the Dueber-Hampden watch company of Canton, Ohio. from A Dueber-Hampden pocket watch and a Dueber-Hampden Man O' Fashion wristwatch sitting on top of the book, From Springfield to Moscow: The Complete Dueber-Hampden Story.