Who was C. H. Clark? We like to think that he was a fastidious late 19th century donut maker, whose invention (the marionberry cream deluxe) allowed him to take on a profession as a donut consultant.; these doors were the gateway to the realm of a pastry mastermind. Or not. We do know that they feature long slender windows and square dado panels fitted with diagonally tilted bead board, and of course, for a touch of interest, the decorative brass and enamel plate bearing the name of their previous owner Mr. C. H. Clark. The story does come with the doors, but you can make up your own, if you take them home.
Each door measure 26.75 x 1.75 x 90.