Pete,It appears that there have been a number of Clarks in the brick manufacturing business, and in different states. On the hunch that you may have a Clark with New England origins, you may find the following article of interest. If we had a better idea of where you may have found your Clarks, we may be able to come up with more regionally appropriate info. Meanwhile, give this article a try.... hope this helps - Fred
I have an old 1950s driveway with Clark bricks I am in Newport R I area I assume they are from Cromwell area CT glacial lake Hitchcock clays. Also lot of sage bricks and FIS.
Hi I am removing a brick driveway from a house built in the 50s in Rhode Island there are two bricks named Clark and Sage in searches I can't find any info on where they came from just curious - any info appreciated.Robert Higgins - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chimney bricks many different names on bricks I cannot find one name is "Clark" please point me in the correct area to get history on this brick
We are chimney Masons I have bricks that say "Clark" I cannot find information on these bricks. I love history, Please help ?
The R.O. Clark Co. operated in Cromwell, CT from 1897 into the 1930's
My Dad, William O. Clark and his brothers, Robert and George owned and ran the Clark Brick Company in CT. I was born in 1953 so I'm not really certain when the business ended. I heard that my Dad bought out his brothers and then the business went bankrupt. His Dad was R.O. Clark, mentioned above.