The Exhibit at LAX

Chapter 69 is proud to have made possible an exhibit of clocks from around the world that was on display at Los Angeles International Airport. Created under the auspices of JDO Exhibits, this display resided in the Bradley International terminal for 13 months, ending in June 2002.

Members of Chapter 69 provided over 75 clocks for this exhibit. They also provided informative copy for the labels that JDO made for each clock. Dave Weisbart, current Vice-President of the chapter, provided the case-top graphics in cooperation with Jonathan Fackler of Narnia Productions. Dave also wrote and created the sign with the brief history of clocks that's used inside the case. (See the bottom photo.)

The Bradley International terminal at LAX is a busy place, but a great number of people spend idle hours in the arrival lounge, waiting for their friends and loved ones to clear customs. There were always people looking into the case, examining the clocks, and reading the descriptive tags.

Jim Olson and the crew at JDO Exhibits did a stellar job in putting it together. The shelf and mantel clocks sit on a series of black formica risers, and the wall clocks hang on a handsome wood panel wall.

We are all proud of our work and the very attractive and informative result.


© Copyright 2001, NAWCC Chapter 69




View from the arrival lounge

Close up of exhibit

View from the North entrance

Text panel inside case
(Large version is 200K)

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