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HONORING THE ANCESTORS

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Woodcarver Claude Lochart
Clark with his handcarved
family memorial stool.
Oakland, California, 1979.
(PHOTO Self Portrait:
Claude Lochart Clark) PRESS THIS BUTTON TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS PAGE


Left, above Walking sticks carved from
myrtle, cherry, and live oak by Claude
Lockhart Clark, 1980s. Right: Clark used
live oak to handcraft the handles of his
carving tools, such as these knives and
chisels. (PHOTOS: June Anderson)

This book has been a written amd visual
testiment of an African American
woodcarver and his family tradition. Back to Books

Honoring the Ancestors: The Woodcarvings of Claude Lockhart Clark, by June Anderson
Honoring the Ancestors:
The Woodcarvings of
Claude Lockhart Clark

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