National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County
Clark was the leading architect of the Rogue River Valley from the time of his arrival in southern Oregon in 1902 to his retirement in 1945. He consistently garnered first class residential commissions from well-to-do orchardists and business and professional men in Ashland, Medford, Central Point and Grants Pass.
The Colonial Revival Style and Colonial period styles were especially popular among his clients, although Clark was fluent in all the stylistic idioms of his day.
Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1982.