Resetting clocks to Standard Time was apparently a lot more complicated in 1962. (Actually these are members of the Delphinium Garden Club showing the clock hands of Old City Hall during a repair job. This was the era when the clock actually worked, some of the time.)
Resetting clocks to Standard Time was apparently a lot more complicated in 1962. (Actually these are members of the Delphinium Garden Club showing the clock hands of Old City Hall during a repair job. This was the era when the clock actually worked, some of the time.) Richards Collection/Tacoma Public Library
Resetting clocks to Standard Time was apparently a lot more complicated in 1962. (Actually these are members of the Delphinium Garden Club showing the clock hands of Old City Hall during a repair job. This was the era when the clock actually worked, some of the time.) Richards Collection/Tacoma Public Library

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