Charles W. Van De Mark House

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Charles W. Van De Mark House
Charles W. Van De Mark House is located in Kansas
Charles W. Van De Mark House
Location 504 Washington, Clyde, Kansas
Coordinates 39°35′27.03″N 97°24′1.01″W / 39.5908417°N 97.4002806°W / 39.5908417; -97.4002806Coordinates: 39°35′27.03″N 97°24′1.01″W / 39.5908417°N 97.4002806°W / 39.5908417; -97.4002806
Built 1884
Architectural style Queen Anne style
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 85001492
Added to NRHP July 5, 1985[1]

Charles W. Van De Mark House is a Queen Anne style historic building located in Clyde, Kansas, United States, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was previously used as a restaurant, but is now a private home.

Background[edit]

Charles W. Van De Mark was a prominent banker and attorney in Clyde, Kansas. He and his wife Elizabeth Stevens had three sons, Martin Van De Mark, Otis Van De Mark, and John V. Van De Mark. Martin was a very successful farmer in Kansas. Otis moved to Houston, Texas, where had a successful business career. John V. Van De Mark went on to develop real estate in Houston with his uncle, Henry F. McGregor, as well as serve as the Vice President of the Federal Land Bank in Houston.

History[edit]

The two-story house was built for Van De Mark's family. The house was furnished with the finest mahogany paneling and millwork, which exist to this day.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.