Eben B. Clark House


Eben B. Clark House

Eben Clark’s house was destroyed by fire circa 1922. It had been closed for the winter. Ruth Carroll Kittredge (1907-2004), later Mrs. Morris Augustus Dolliver, was 15 years old when it burned. “My grandfather woke up one morning with bright light coming in the bedroom window. The house was all ablaze.” - Interview with Ruth Carroll (Kittredge) Dolliver, Mrs. Morris A. Dolliver (1907-2004), conducted by Tina Baker on January 30, 1998.

Ruth’s grandfather was Osborne Milton Kittredge (1844-1928). Ruth and her family lived with him in his house near the Marsh Bridge in Bass Harbor at 122 Tremont Road (Route 102), Tremont, Maine, Tax Map 15 – Lot 2, across the road from the Eben Clark house.

119 Tremont Road




“Eben B. Clark House,” Southwest Harbor Public Library, accessed June 24, 2019, https://swhplibrary.net/digitalarchive/items/show/9079.Item 13095