Pioneer doctor who arrived in Billings in 1898. See Pioneer Billings Physician Dies, Billings Gazette, March 8, 1943, p.1, and Once Upon A Time, Billings Gazette, March 24, 1963, p4. Member of the Billings Saddle Club who raised horses. His wife, Dr Harriet Victoria Foxton Clark, was the first female doctor in Billings. She died February 3, 1934. They shared offices in the old Gazette building on Montana Avenue and the Hart-Albin Building on 2nd Ave North. Family home at 804 Division Street. See Billings A to Z. Buried in Mountview Cemetery
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Pioneer Billings Physician Dies, Billings Gazette, March 8, 1943, p.1; Once Upon A Time, Billings Gazette, March 24, 1963, p4; Billings A to Z