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Portland librarian hopes to shine light on rare sundial's whereabouts
Duckworth, the science and technology team leader at the Portland Public Library, said the library was contacted by the North American Sundial Society to try and help track down the sundial.
Librarian searches for missing sundial
Duckworth started her search after a sundial enthusiast called the library asking for help. "I knew nothing about sundials until really about a month ago," she said.
3D-Printed Sundial Tells Time Digitally
Sundials have been used to measure local time since ancient Egyptian astronomers developed the instruments in 1500 BC. They've been a part of all major cultures and are considered one of the most accurate and sophisticated ways to tell time. Going by ...
Lovin' Life: Let's do the time warp again
We have time clocks and sundials and seem to be lost without a watch, whether it be pocket or wrist. We have clocks in our cars and clocks on our phones. You can't get away from it.
Downtown sundial rededicated to City of Albany
Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and members of the Albany Town Committee of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America admire the sundial originally given to the City of Albany by the Colonial Dames in 1993, which was reinstalled and rededicated ...

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