William Andrews Clark residence designed by Lord, Hewlett & Hull and Kenneth Murchison c. 1905 at 952 Fifth Avenue at East 77th Street in New York City. Clark made his fortune in copper mining and served as United States Senator from Montana. This was the childhood home of Clark's youngest daughter, Huguette M. Clark. The house was sold in 1927, two years after Clark's death, and the residence was demolished to make way for the apartment house at 960 Fifth Avenue. Click HERE for Christopher Gray's Streetscapes article on the residence.