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GREAT EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS!
The John Harrison Memorial Theater
Today we introduce yet another interesting educational program by Internet Horology Club 185 Life Member Dennis Radage of North Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada. Dennis does a remarkable job on these presentations and I'm pleased to tell you two more will be available here in the next month.
Please join my family, gather yours around the computer and watch "A Brief History of English Clocks" now playing in our John Harrison Memorial Theater free and open to the entire world...
CLICK FOR: "JOHN HARRISON MEMORIAL THEATER PRESENTATIONS"
Let us all express our gratitude to Dennis for unselfishly sharing his love of horology through Internet Horology Club 185 as together we make these presentations freely available to anyone with an Internet connection. And a special thank you to Chapter 185 Vice President for Education John D. Duvall who transferred the sound and pictures to digital format.
Be sure and let us know what you think of these presentations!
Lindell V. Riddle, Founder and President
Internet Horology Club 185 at www.ihc185.org
Watch & Clock Discussions, On-Line Education Worldwide
Phone: 440-461-0167 weekday afternoons
A very well done and interesting presentation. Thank you so much for the time and effort that, obviously, went into it. A joy to watch and listen to, and another jewel in the IHC treasure chest.
And a very special thank you to Dennis for all he has done for everyone through his talent and generosity.
John D. Duvall has transferred another great one...
Here is the latest: NEW! --- History of English Watches
SEE: "JOHN HARRISON MEMORIAL THEATER PRESENTATIONS"
Thanks a million to our Dennis Radage for sharing his wonderful work with the world.
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