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Mahoney-Clark House, built in 1909

Lawton Sites on the National Register of Historic Places

# 6 – Mahoney-Clark House

Location: Corner of 6th and West Gore Blvd.

On National Register Since: December 1982

The Mahoney-Clark House was built in 1909 by Mrs. John C. (Johanna) Mahoney, an early-day Lawton pioneer who established and oversaw a business to provide low-interest loans to hard-working pioneers to purchase homes and farms. Mrs. Mahoney died in 1911, leaving this property to her daughter and son-in-law, Loretta and Philip Henry Clark. Mrs. Clark occupied this house until her death in 1963.

Designed by local architect Guy Dale, the Mahoney-Clark House has a relatively plain design; an adaptation of the Spanish Colonial style with Mediterranean influences. As to the interior, one unusual feature was that the first and second floors were identical in floor space.

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