F. Melvin Clark (Eugene)
1913 POW pg. 1950 photographers “Clark, F. M., Eugene O”
1915 POW pg. 1491 photographers “Clark, F. M., Eugene O”
News Items and Advertisements
1912: (classified ad) “FOR SALE A buy that will pay for itself in 12 months and keep your family. In a coming railroad center. Location, rooms light all fine. Studio fitted to 11 x 14, 8×10 view and 10-inch Cirkut. My lease alone is worth half what I am asking. Have other business and must get out. If you have $2,000.00 cash I can show you. Clark Studio, 504 Willamette St., Eugene, Ore.” Camera Craft, Vol. XIX, October 1912.
1913: “Clark’s Studio, portraits, Seventh and Willamette Sts., … we aspire to do the best work that can be done in photography…” Oregana 1913, (University of Oregon; Eugene 1912)
1913: (classified ad) “FOR SALE Studio- the best equipped in the best city of 17,000 population in Oregon. Must sell; have other business and sickness in the east requiring my attention. This a chance you will not often find. F. Melvin Clarke, Eugene, Ore.” Camera Craft, Vol. XX, May – October 1913.
1913: (classified ad) “FOR SALE The best equipped studio in the best city of 1,700 (sic) population in Oregon. Have other business and the death of a relative in the East forces me to sell at once. If you can make as good here as I have, you need want nothing finer. F. Melvin Clark, Eugene, Ore.” Camera Craft, Vol. XX, No. 9, September 1913.
1913: (classified ad) “For Sale: $1,200.00 cash buys my modern, finely equipped studio, worth double this amount. Will pay for itself in six months. City of 17,000 population, has Oregon University and Bible School. Long lease, cheap rent. Death of a relative cause of selling. F. Melvin Clarke, Eugene, Ore.” Camera Craft, December 1913 – January 1914.