|Address:||105 North Gay Street|
|Year Built:||c. 1842|
|Architect/Builder:||Daniel Clark (?)|
|Original Owner:||Russell Clark|
The home was built around 1842 for Russell Clark. Daniel Clark, the father of Russell, lived in the Greek Revival house next door. The elder Clark was an architect, and it is thought that he designed both his own home and that of his son. Because of its interesting history and preserved architectural features, the home is an important part of the area’s fabric.