Clock, wall; unknown maker; 1900-1913; MT2001.169
Clock, wallAbout this object
This clock has had a charmed life. It was saved from the Paper Mill’s water race after the 1913 great flood. For the next 50 years, the Mill’s boilermen glanced at it before blowing the steam whistle signalling shift change overs. Mill workers, Hec Macdonald and Allan Grant gave it a third life for the Mill’s centennial in 1976.Maker
organic, vegetal, wood
processed material, glass
processed material, metal
processed material, metal, alloy, copper alloy, brass
processed material, synthetic, acrylic, perspex
On clock face: 'MANUFACTURED / IN THE / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA'.
Plaque is fully engraved.
clock: h 120mm x w 420mm x l 615mm
key: w 45mm x l 40mm
pendulum: l 95mm x dia 55mm
plaque; h 610mm x w 420 x d 86mm
From the collection of the Mataura and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.Object Type
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