John Porter Clark

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John Porter Clark (1905–1991) was an American architect. He worked with Albert Frey on several projects in Palm Springs, California and was part of the Van Pelt and Lind firm. He has been referred to as a "mid-century modernist". His own house, the John Porter Clark House (1939) in Palm Springs has been described as being in the International Style and as one of the earliest examples of residential Modern architecture in Southern California.[1]

Projects[edit]

  • John Porter Clark House (1939) Palm Springs

References[edit]

  1. ^ Third Annual Preservation Awards Palm Springs Modern Committee