Tuscumbia Alabama Clark Clock by Kathy K. McClellan is an image created for Day 124 of the Journal 2022 Challenge. This is a square image.
The clock in this photograph is a four faced clock built by the Verdin Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, founded in 1842.
The clock, located in the Historic District of Tuscumbia, Alabama (USA), is called The Clark Clock. It is named after Paul and Katherine Clark and Silas and Sarah Clark. Paul and Silas were twin brothers and were important members of the community.
All four Clarks were born in the early 1900s and all passed away in the mid 1990s. Their children gave this clock to the city in loving memory of their parents. It was dedicated on April 29, 2006.
May 4th, 2022
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