Clark, Frank H.; electrotype business; born, London, Eng., Apr. 17, 1869; son of Robert and Elizabeth Steeds Clark; public school education, Cleveland; married, Cleveland, Jan. 10, 1900, Edith Handy Johnson; four sons, John Steeds Clark, born Nov. 16, 1900; Robert Johnson Clark, born Sept. 30, 1903; Frank Henry Clark, born Jan. 23, 1908; William Handy Clark, born Dec. 12, 1909; The Eclipse Electrotype & Engraving Co. was established by Howard and Henry White in 1882; he became identified with the firm in 1887, and came into control in 1897; The Eclipse Electrotype & Engraving Co. moved to 2041 East 3rd street, in 1911, where they have what is known as the model plate making establishment of the United States; the excellence of their products are known everywhere where fine printing is done; among notable work done by the concern is “The Encyclopedia Americana;” pres. The Eclipse Electrotype & Engraving Co.; director The Cleveland Folding Machine Co.; Masonic Tyrian Lodge, No. 370, F. & A. M.; Cleveland Chapter, No. 148, R. A. M.; member Hermit, Athletic, Fellowcraft, Rotary, and Euclid Clubs.
Biographical Sketch of Frank H. Clark
MLA Source Citation:The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 30 April 2016.
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