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Photo gallery of Andrew Inglis Clark and family. Click on images to enlarge.

Andrew Inglis Clark in seated studio portrait by JH Newman, Sydney

A.I. Clark

A.I. Clark

A.I. Clark

Clark's father, Alexander

Clark's father, Alexander

Clark's mother,
Ann Clark (nee Inglis)

Walker's Mill with chimney erected by Alex Clark in 1836. Pencil drawing by Fern Rowntree from her Hobart Town sketch book.

A.I. Clark

Clark family group in the garden at Rosebank, Battery Point. From left to right:Andrew, Carrel, Esma, Wendell, Ethel, Grace, Andrew and Alex

Clark's wife Grace, on the balcony at the family home, 'Rosebank'.

Grace Clark (detail)

Clark's family home in Collins Street, Hobart, around 1890

This was the Clark family home in Liverpool Street in Hobart in the 1850s

Clark's home 'Rosebank' Hampton Road Battery Point before Clark's modifications

Clark's home 'Rosebank' Hampton Road Battery Point after Clark's modifications

Janet Clark, Andrew Inglis Clark's sister

Agnes Clark, Andrew Inglis Clark's sister

Clark (top right) sitting in the Supreme Court Tasmanian Mail 24 December, 1898

Clark in Supreme Court Hobart (detail)

The Hon.Mr Justice Andrew Inglis Clark Jr

Group of young men including Alex Inglis Clark and Andrew Inglis Clark Jr .(with his silver trombone) at Wayside, Ferntree, 22 July 1908

Conway Inglis Clark (Architect) with the National Capital competition selection board, Canberra.

Clark's son
Wendell Inglis Clark

Clark's sons Andrew Inglis Clark Jr and Conway Inglis Clark in WW1 uniform

Clark;s son
Carrell Inglis Clark


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