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Planning a West Side Academy. (1893, March 5). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 8.
Clayton Mark Chairman of New Steel Combine. (1918; July 11). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 15.
Clayton Mark, Veteran Steel Executive, Dies. (1936; July, 8). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 16.
Connor, T. (2006). Does anybody know what time it is? Indiana Preservationist, 2-5.
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$80,000 school for Pullman: Board will give suburb new twelve-room structure. (1903; Feb. 18). Chicago Inter Ocean.
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Interesting things and people. (1922, November 29). Carrroll Iowa Historical Society, CH F 1 col 7.
It is with deep sorrow that we record here the death of our president Clayton Mark. (1936, August). Mark Times, 13.
It’s remarkable. (2005). Indiana Preservationist, November, December. June 30th Birthdate of Company’s Founder. (1949, June 25). Mark Times, 6.
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Marktown endures in shadow of industry. (1990, April 30). West Lake Post-Tribune.
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Model City will be started by Mark Mfg. Co. at East Chicago, Indiana. (1917, March 17). Iron Trade Review.
Moved to pity child toilers: Big audience in Fullerton Hall demands enactment of pending bills. (1903, May 16). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 3.
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Myers, P.A. (2004). The old Marktown community center: Fond memories of a great old building. Marktown Update, March. Marktown Preservation Society.
Myers, P.A. (2007). The Times names seven wonders of NW Indiana Marktown Historic District included on list. Marktown Update. Marktown Preservation Society.
Named for school board. (1896, June 30). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 5.
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Ripley’s believe it or not! 15th Series (1967). New York, NY: Pocket Books.
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Steel & Tube Co. Absorbs Mark and Iroquois. (1918, July 10). Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922), ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849-1987), p. 17.
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Women caught in school storm: Debate on educational bill converts clubrooms into scene of disorder. (1903, Feb. 8). Chicago Tribune.