Clark House (108 Orange Road)

108 Orange Road
NJ 07042

Clark House (108 Orange Road)

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"Dr. James Henry Clark, Jr. (1853-1945) and his wife Carrie Schenck (1859-1901) built the two and a half story Queen Anne style house at 108 Orange Road in 1894. Members of the Clark family occupied the home until 1962, when Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Sampson purchased it. In 1985, the Montclair Historical Society purchased the house and presently uses it as the Society's educational, research, and administrative complex, including exhibits and the Albert Payson Terhune Library.
The Clark House is part of the First Residential Historic District, which contains the largest concentration of documented houses in the Township of Montclair. It was added to the State Register of Historic Places in 1996 (ID#1128).
The Clark House and Albert Payson Terhune Library is open during regular office hours (Tuesday through Friday from 9 AM to 1 PM) by appointment."

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