Details for Robert H. and Pauline Clark House (Atlas Number 5469013050)

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5469013050

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Marker Number 13050
Atlas Number 5469013050
Marker Title Robert H. and Pauline Clark House
Index Entry Clark, Robert H. and Pauline, House
Address 317 N Main
City Victoria
County Victoria
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 694657
UTM Northing 3187610
Subject Codes houses, residential buildings; Greek Revival (Architectural style); Business topics, general
Marker Year 2004
Designations Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
Marker Location 317 N. Main
Marker Size 18" x 28"
Marker Text Pennsylvania native Robert Clark (1818-1910) moved to Mississippi as a young man. A veteran of the Mexican War, in which he was severely wounded, he later moved to Brownsville and entered into a successful partnership with Charles Stillman. The two men eventually opened a cannery in Indianola (40 mi. SE). In 1870, Clark wed Pauline Shirkey Crocker (1846-1940). After a hurricane hit Indianola in 1875, he moved his family to Victoria, where he continued to prosper as a cattle buyer and seller. In 1877, he built this frame Greek Revival house with central portico and boxed columns. Robert and Pauline Clark, remembered for civic contributions, are buried in Evergreen Cemetery. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2004

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Robert H. and Pauline Clark House (RTHL)
Robert H. and Pauline Clark House (RTHL)