This fine Queen Anne style house was built circa 1895 for Job A.A.W. Clark of Clark & Company, and later president of Globe Cotton Mills. It was later the home of Hattie Gould Jefferies, founder of the Augusta Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Note the corner turret, the overhanging shingled gable, the hooded windows and the dentil molding incorporated into the cornice of the front porch.