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Thomas W. McIntyre

Second Vice President

NAWCC

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NAWCC

Background Information

Employment History

Medical and Computer Science Students Teacher

University of West Virginia


Owner

American Watch Co


President

Waltham Watch Co.


Affiliations

National Association of Wathc & Clock Collectors Director

Treasurer


Education

Doctorate

Physiology

UCLA


MA


Ph.D.

Physiology and Biophysics

Brock University


Web References(145 Total References)


Chapter No. 8 NAWCC 98-04-04 Page

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Larry Chelmow, Vice President and educational chairman, outlined the day's program and introduced the luncheon speaker, Tom McIntyre.
Tom outlined the Fred McIntyre tree, and his life from Towanda, PA. to Kankakee with the use excellent quality slides and a digital projector showing period pictures, tooling drawings, and promotional prints which outlined the technical concept and the organization of "The McIntyre Watch Company" Tom had set up his table with a display of artifacts of The McIntyre Watch Company in the mart room. This enabled all to see, touch and ask, and was very well received. Tom' s family and the Fred McIntyre family are not related . However, Fred's son and his wife Evelyn were guests of Chapter Eight . om has researched McIntyre so well that we felt they were family. The presentation was very comprehensive and Tom provided some other references for more information including "Its About Time " by author Major Paul Chamberlain, and "The McIntyre Watch A magnificent Failure "by John Lund and William F.Keller published in the NAWCC Bulletin June 1989 number 260. Tom earned his Doctorate in Physiology at UCLA. He taught medical and computer science students at the University of West Virginia for a number of years . e left university life in the late 70's for a series of positions in the computer industry. Tom is a Past President of The Greater Massachusetts Chapter #87 ,and was a speaker at the 1996 NAWCC Seminar on Railroad Time keeping. presented by Tom McIntyre Tom is a frequent speaker on watch subjects and was a speaker at the 1996 NAWCC Seminar on Railroad Time keeping. Tom McIntyre's luncheon talk on the McIntyre Watch Company should hold everyone's interest. Tom McIntyre Tom earned his Doctorate in physiology at UCLA. He taught medical and computer science students at the University of West Virginia for a number of years . e left university life in the late 70's for a series of positions in the computer industry. Tom is a Past President of The Greater Massachusetts Chapter #87 and a frequent speaker on watch subjects.


Chapter No. 8 NAWCC 04-06-12 Page

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A terrific noon luncheon in the main dining room was followed by a very professionally prepared program "Bridges of Middlesex County" by Tom McIntyre.
Tom is past president of Chapter 87, Pocket Horology Chapter 174 and current VP of the NAWCC. He is also noted for his personal collection. He explained, illustrated, and displayed examples of the intricate changes in pocket watch bridges that distinguish differences between Waltham, Howard and Keystone watches. Great job Tom. Tom McIntyre - "THE BRIDGES OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY": Tom McIntyre presents a talk about the relationship between the Waltham Watch Co. and the final days of E Howard & Co. and the startup of the E. Howard Watch Co., owned by the Keystone Watch Case Co. Tom is a past President of Chapter 87, Pocket Horology Chapter 174 and currently VP of the NAWCC. Tom is noted for exceptional collection of Barraud & Lund Watches, which he has featured at meetings in the past.


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Chapter No. 8 NAWCC 04-01-11 Page

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Tom McIntyre
Tom McIntyre workshop - Barraud & Lunds, the Barraud Family of Watchmakers, their Descendants and Associates. An impressive array of rare and fine watches was displayed by 2nd vice pres of the NAWCC, Tom McIntyre as part of his seminar "Barraud & Lunds, the Barraud family of watchmakers, their descendants and associates" more than 50 people enjoyed his A/V presentation and outstanding collection. At the luncheon Tom also reminded us of the importance of our reply to the question of merging the Museum and NAWCC Assoc. Please send in your votes. Just as a reminder Tom McIntyre made a plea for a "yes" vote on the proposed merger between NAWCC and the Museum. Tom McIntyre - Barraud & Lunds, the Barraud Family of Watchmakers, their Descendants and Associates. 10:30 AM Silent auction closes along with sale of raffle tickets.


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