Twenty Titles on Antique Clocks and Furniture, including Brooks Palmer, The Book of American Clocks (1966) and A Treasury of American Clocks (1967), Wallace Nutting, The Clock Book (1935), Penrose Hoopes, Connecticut Clock Makers of the Eighteenth Century (1930), Kenneth D. Roberts, The Contributions of Joseph Ives to Connecticut Clock Technology, 1810-1862 (1970), and Eli Terry and the Connecticut Shelf Clock (1973), Chris H. Bailey, Two Hundred Years of American Clocks and Watches, Charles S. Parsons, New Hampshire Clocks and Clockmakers, Bishop and Distin, The American Clock, Dworetsky and Dickstein, Horology Americana, Petrucelli and Sposato, American Banjo Clocks, Chipman P. Ela, The Banjo Timepiece, Battison and Kane, The American Clock, 1725-1865, Husher and Welch, A Study of Simon Willard's Clocks, Robinson and Burt, The Willard House and Clock Museum and The Willard Family of Clockmakers, Paul J. Foley, Willard's Patent Time Pieces, G. H. Baillie, Brittens Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers(7th Edition, 1956), and Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World (1969), Joseph K. Ott, Rhode Island Furniture, 1730-1810: The John Brown House Loan Exhibition, Wallace Nutting Period Furniture (pamphlet, unknown date), and Warren H. Niebling, History of the American Watch Case.
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