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Clark Collection

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Clark Collection

Image shows a flock of sheep grazing on the slopes of Lazy Mountain east of Palmer.  The sheep were owned by Frank Clark.  A man is evident standing among the sheep, identified as the herder, Sam Woolcock.
Image shows three men building a log house surrounded by dense forest.  Men are identified as (l to r) Sam Woolcock, Frank Clark, and Horace (Frenchy) Dufore.  The 166 acre Clark Homestead was located on the lower slope of Lazy Mountain above the Matanuska River east of Palmer.  Clark raised sheep and sold wool.
Image shows a flock of sheep grazing on the slopes of Lazy Mountain east of Palmer.  The sheep were owned by Frank Clark.  A man is evident standing among the sheep, identified as the herder, Sam Woolcock.
Title

Farming 11

Creator

Unknown

Subject

Frank Clark’s sheep on Lazy Mt.

Description

Image shows a flock of sheep grazing on the slopes of Lazy Mountain east of Palmer. The sheep were owned by Frank Clark. A man is evident standing among the sheep, identified as the herder, Sam Woolcock.

Location

Near Palmer, Alaska

Image shows three men building a log house surrounded by dense forest.  Men are identified as (l to r) Sam Woolcock, Frank Clark, and Horace (Frenchy) Dufore.  The 166 acre Clark Homestead was located on the lower slope of Lazy Mountain above the Matanuska River east of Palmer.  Clark raised sheep and sold wool.
Title

Homestead 5

Creator

Unknown

Subject

Frank Clark’s cabin on Lazy Mt.

Description

Image shows three men building a log house surrounded by dense forest. Men are identified as (l to r) Sam Woolcock, Frank Clark, and Horace (Frenchy) Dufore. The 166 acre Clark Homestead was located on the lower slope of Lazy Mountain above the Matanuska River east of Palmer. Clark raised sheep and sold wool.

Location

Near Palmer, Alaska

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