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Inventory of the Clark Hellar Collection
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Description
Descended from one of Roseville's pioneer families, Jerome Clark Hellar was born on April 23, 1904 at 605 Oak St. in Roseville to Martin Colin Hellar and Elva Clark Hellar. He was thereafter known to family and friends as Clark. His maternal great-grandparents Darius Darwin Clark and Catherine Cruder Clark, along with their daughter Alma and two sons Willis Albert and Wallace, arrived in Roseville from Akron, Ohio in 1870. The Clark Hellar Collection is arranged in three series: 1. Correspondence, 2. Ephemera, and 3. Photographic Material. Items span the years 1879 to 1976.
Background
Descended from one of Roseville's pioneer families, Jerome Clark Hellar was born on April 23, 1904 at 605 Oak St. in Roseville to Martin Colin Hellar and Elva Clark Hellar. He was thereafter known to family and friends as Clark. His maternal great-grandparents Darius Darwin Clark and Catherine Cruder Clark, along with their daughter Alma and two sons Willis Albert and Wallace arrived in Roseville from Akron, Ohio in 1870. D. D. Clark built the family home on the corner of Church and Lincoln Streets in 1886.
Extent
2 file folders, including 7 photographs
Restrictions
For permission to reproduce or publish, please consult Roseville Public Library History Collection staff. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the Roseville Public Library History Collection, Roseville, as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the Roseville Public Library History Collection.
Availability
Collection is open for research.