Important People in Empty Mansions

Bill Dedman
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Huguette Marcelle Clark

Huguette Marcelle Clark was born in 1906. Huguette had an ideal childhood, living in New York City on the classy Fifth Avenue while vacationing in France and Montana. Huguette had only fond memories of playing in her father’s 121 room mansion, of playing on the beaches of Normandy, and learning French nursery rhymes with her sister.

As Huguette bloomed into adulthood, she spent her time taking art lessons, playing the violin, and learning Japanese history. Huguette was married for a time, but was not happy in her new situation. Family rumors suggest that Huguette was not comfortable with the intimate side of marriage. Whatever the reason, Huguette became more of a recluse after her marriage, often turning down invitations to go out with the same excuse, a little cold.

Later in life, Huguette became engrossed in designing and having built doll houses for her huge collection...

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