Edward Clark

Edward Clark

Edward, Ed or Edmund Clark may refer to:

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Edward Clark - Others
... Ed Clark (photographer) (1911–2000), Life magazine photographer Edward Clark (actor) (1878–1954), Russian-born American actor and songwriter Edward Clark (architect) (1822–1902), American architect, Architect ... Clark (1811–1882), American businessman, founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Company Edward Severin Clark (1870–1933), his grandson, American builder Edward Clark (artist) (born 1926), American abstract painter ... Clark Company, a financial firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Edward Walter Clark, Jr ...
Electoral District Of St Leonards - Members For St Leonards
1859—1882) Member Party Term Edward Sayers None 1859—1860 James Farnell None 1860—1860 Isaac Shepherd None 1860—1864 William Tunks None 1864 ...
Clark Houses - History
... The Clark Houses are significant as two of the finer examples of the Second Empire/mansard style in Natick, MA ... They are also significant for their association with Edward Clark, a local entrepreneur ... Edward Clark was born in Natick in August of 1838 ...
United States Congressional Delegations From North Carolina - House of Representatives
... Bryan (D-R) James West Clark (D-R) William Carter Love (D-R) Daniel M ... Edwards (D-R) Samuel Dickens (D-R) 15th (1817–1819) Lemuel Sawyer (D-R) Thomas H ... Edwards (Crawford D-R) John Culpepper (Adams-Clay F) Willie P ...
Edward Clark (architect)
... Edward Clark (August 15, 1822 – January 6, 1902) was an American architect who served as Architect of the Capitol from 1865 to 1902 ... Edward Clark was Thomas U ... Clark was the superintendent of construction on the Patent Office and Post Office additions under Walter ...

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    —Ramsey Clark (b. 1927)

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    I little have, and seek no more.
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