Edward Severin Clark

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Edward Severin Clark (July 6, 1870 - September 19, 1933), along with his brother Stephen Carlton Clark, built a number of large buildings in Cooperstown, New York, including the Otesaga Hotel and the Alfred Corning Clark Gymnasium. He was one of four grandsons of Edward Clark, one of the founders of the Singer Sewing Machine Company.

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