I received this clock from an elderly lady that lived by me while stationed in Alaska. She was once a school teacher in Glennallen, AK and said that the clock she gave me was the school clock. In those days, school was in a one or two room school house that was fired by a wood stove, lit by candle and had a wind-up clock for the time. Glennallen, AK was quite small and was considered "in the bush" during those days so there was no such thing as electricity.
I was fortunate to be living in the same general area (couldn't call it a subdivision) she did and from walks daily we got to know her. One day I found it on my doorstep along with a note about it's history, and that it was now my clock. It was made by Sessions back in the 1930's and is a rather small regulator clock by clock standards, but fits in well with the rest of my clocks. The wife added the "artistic" touch to the clock.