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Accredited Horological Schools

From The American Horologist magazine, July, 1944

Accredited Horological Schools

American Academy of Horology,
226-228 16th St., Denver, Colorado American School of watchmaking, 3903 San Fernando Road, Glendale, 4, California.

Bowman Technical School, 
Duke & Chestnut Sts., Lancaster, PennsylvanIa.

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 
Peoria, Illinois.

California School of Precision Instruments, 
2002 Venecia Ave., Los Angeles, 25, California.

Elgin Watchmakers' College, 
267 So. Grove Ave., Elgin, Illinois. 

Kansas City School of Watchmaking, 
109-111 East 31st St., Kansas City, Missouri.

Milwaukee Vocational School, 
1015 N. Sixth St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

St. Paul Vocational School, 
14th & Jackson Sts., St. Paul, Minnesota.

The above schools have been accredited by U. H. A. A. Schools Accrediting Committee. All accredited schools have been examined by a personal committee and not via correspondence.
Only schools duly accredited by U. H. A. A. are recognized by Oregon, Minnesota, and Wisconsin Licensing Boards. 

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