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530 West Water Street Neo-Classical circa 1896 architect Pierce & Bickford
Arthur Clinton move to Elmira from Galeton, Pa. in 1892. In 1898 he formed a corporation with Frederick Barker and Steven Rose known as Rose, Kimball and Baxter Enterprizes. Mr. Clinton purchased the property from John Hoffman whose home is adjacent to 530 West Water Street. Arthur Clinton was vice-president of the Merchants National Bank. This bank began business in 1892 as the State Bank of Elmira, became the Merchants Bank in 1899, and is now known as the Marine Midland Bank. 1n1927 when Arthur Clinton died, he left his home to his four children.
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