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Repair, Watch

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Allan Sullivan Collection

Identifier: MG-022
Scope and Contents This collection includes detailed repair records, primarily dealing with clocks. Allan Sullivan maintained repair records from the late 1940s through 1980. Each timepiece that Sullivan worked on has a unique entry in this collection, most of which include photographs of the piece in question. These records include descriptions of each timepiece, plus detailed descriptions of the operational state of each piece throughout the repairs. Additionally, Sullivan kept notes for each item for any...

Billhead Collection, 1883-1931

Identifier: MG-382
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of billheads from various watch and clock companies from 1883 to 1931. The billheads are in alphabetical order.

Charles E. Winslow Collection

Identifier: MG-426
Content Description This collection is comprised of several watch repair ledgers belonging to Charles E. Winslow. The information recorded in these ledgers include the name of the owner of the watch, the watch manufacturer and serial number, watch case information, charges for the repairs, and notes or remarks on the repairs made.

Jack E. Wallace Collection

Identifier: MG-407
Scope and Contents This small collection includes price lists for watch and clock repairs at retail establishments in Oneida, New York, as well as a photograph of W.J. Hinman Jewelers in 1883, also located in Oneida, New York

Roy C. Collett Watch Repair Collection

Identifier: MG-410
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of a ledger detailing the watch repairs performed and completed by Roy C. Collett. The information recorded includes the types of repairs, information on the movements of the pieces, and the types of watch cases of each repaired watch.

Trimmer Collection

Identifier: MG-427
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of several ledger books noting the accounts of Jewelery store in York, Pennsylvania. This includes the type of watches that were handled by the jeweler, including serial numbers and brief notes on repairs, as well as charges made to their customers for these repairs. The ledgers span twenty years of records, from 1916 through 1936. There are two identical blank invoice books with Harry E. Trimmer printed on the top, along with an address of the jewelry shop. It is...