C. L. Clark


One of the prettiest houses on Fifth avenue is that here shown - the residence of C. L. Clark. The picture speaks for itself, and does not flatter the house.  In a neighborhood of handsome dwellings, the Clark house is one of the more attractive.  The Clarks are among the older residents of Dayton, and the name comes into the records frequently.  The name Clark has long been familiar in Dayton, largely in connection with the brick-making industry.  A street in the east end bears the name.


The GAR (a short history of the organization is at this site) held it's annual encampment in Dayton in September,1898.  All of the Dayton images and texts dated 1898 are from the souvenir booklet prepared for the occasion.