Robert Cheney -  Simon Willard Eight-day Clocks: Roxbury    Meets the River Mersey 

Robert C. Cheney, Brimfield, Massachusetts, third generation clockmaker and conservator, co-author Clock Making in New England, 1725-1825, assistant chairman The Longitude Symposium, Scholar in Residence, The Concord Museum, and head of department, Clocks, Watches and Scientific Instruments, Skinner Inc., Boston,

Bob Frishman -   Riggs Co. Records      James Arthur Introduction
Symposium Chairman.  Independent Scholar, Owner of Bell-Time Clocks, NAWCC Fellow, Freeman of Worshipful Company of Clockmakers. Andover, MA , 

Donald FennimoreClaggett's Masterpiece at the Redwood
Curator Emeritus, Winterthur.  

Co-Author, Stretch: America’s First Family of Clockmakers

Frank L. Hohmann III - Claggett's Masterpiece at the Redwood
Co-Author, Timeless: Masterpiece American Brass Dial Clocks; and Stretch: America’s First Family of Clockmakers. Winterthur Board of Trustees. New York, NY

Philip PonizPocket watches at Winterthur: How They Were Made
Horological Expert, Historian & Restorer. Princeton, NJ

Jonathan Snellenburg - Dubuc George Washington Clocks
Director, Watches and Clocks, Bonhams New York,


Thomas Allen - James Arthur Lecture

"What Do Clocks Have to Do With Time?"
Author, A Republic in Time, 2008. Associate Professor of English, University of Ottawa.    NEH Fellow, Winterthur, 2003-2004.

Richard Ketchen - Simon Willard Movement  Details and Description, Assessment and Analysis

Clockmaker, restorer, and horological book collector.   Carlisle, MA

Jeffrey Lock - Rittenhouse Engraved Clock Dials
Colonial Instruments,

Charles Hummel - Dominy Family and Clockshop
Curator Emeritus, Winterthur. Author, With Hammer in Hand, 1968, (reprinted 1973, 1977, 1982)

Joshua Lane  - Highlights of the Winterthur Horological Collections
Curator of Furniture, Museum Collections Department, Winterthur Museum

Ann Wagner - Highlights of the Winterthur Horological Collections
Curator of Decorative Arts,  Winterthur Museum

Gary Sullivan - Clockmaking in Rhode Island
Independent Scholar, Président, Gary R. Sullivan Antiques, Inc., Canton, MA.
Co-Author Musical Clocks of Early America: 1730-1830 (available late 2016); Co-Author Rhode Island Furniture 1650-1830 (available August, 2016); Co-Author Harbor & Home: Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1710-1850. Curator Keeping Time: Musical Clocks of Early America 1730-1830, Willard House & Clock Museum, 2013

Philip Zimmerman - Delaware Clocks and Clockmakers
Museum and Decorative Arts Consultant, Lancaster, PA. Author, Delaware Clocks, Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware, 2006.

Mark Anderson - Stretch Clock Conservation
Senior Furniture Conservator, Conservation Department, Winterthur

Richard Newman - Watch Papers in the Winterthur Archives
Colonial & Early American Horologist. Board of Directors, NAWCC. Richard Newman has authored numerous articles on clocks and watches, and hosts, a research website devoted to colonial and early American watchmakers.

Philip Morris - Eli Terry & Connecticut Wood Movement Clocks
Author, American Wooden Movement Tall Clocks: 1712-1835. Hoover, AL

Ronald  Hoppes - Rittenhouse Clock Movement
Author, The Most Important Clock in America, American Philosophical Society, 2009

Morrison Heckscher - Opening Reception Keynote 

Comparing Clocks at the Met and Winterthur

Curator Emeritus of The American Wing, Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Author, American Furniture in The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Late Colonial Period- The Queen Anne and Chippendale Styles, 1986.

Lisa Minardi - New Discoveries in Pennsylvania Clock Cases      and Painted Dials

Assistant Curator, Collections, Museum Collections Department, Winterthur.     Co-author, Paint, Pattern & People, Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1725-1850. Author, A Colorful Folk, Pennsylvania Germans and the Art of Everyday Life, 2015.

Dennis Carr - Overview of "Made in the Americas Exhibit" 

Carolyn and Peter Lynch Curator of Decorative Arts and Sculpture

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

David Roselle  -  Welcome
Executive Director
Winterthur Museum, Library and Garden

David Wood - Variations on a Theme: The Diamond-Head Timepiece
Curator, Concord Museum, Concord, MA.  Author, An Observant Eye: The Thoreau Collection at the Concord Museum, 2006

Jeff Groff - Winterthur Introduction and History

Director of Interpretation & Estate Historian

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Marshall Steel Fellow at Colonial Williamsburg

(Ms. Mallin's presentation is generously sponsored by Gary Sullivan)

Elisabeth Mallin - Clocks of Germantown, Pennsylvania