Now in its 41st year, Honeyshuck Restoration, Inc. plans a lively year of celebrating the life of Champ Clark and other Northeastern Missouri dignitaries.
Open June, July and August
Tuesday - Sunday
Noon to 4:00 pm
Other times by Appointment
Call 573-324-6707 or 573-324-3154
Admission: $3.00; children 10 & under free
Please visit the remainder of this site to learn about the colorful history of the Clarks, upcoming events, and ways in which you can contribute to the future of the Champ Clark House.
Christmas in the Green at Honeyshuck
Champ Clark’s home, Honeyshuck, is getting help this year with its Christmas decorations. Organized groups from the Bowling Green Middle School will be adopting sections of the historic landmark to create a holiday theme for visitors to enjoy on tours.
Honeyshuck will be participating in the annual Christmas In The Green event held from November 19th-21st. During that time, the home will be open from 10 am to 4 pm for tours given by board members. Come visit the historic landmark while you are out shopping in BG, view the students’ decorations, and enjoy..
Champ Clark for President,
Just over one hundred years ago, Champ Clark of Bowling Green, Missouri was unfairly denied the Democratic Presidential nomination at the turbulent Baltimore Convention of 1912. Due to a split in the Republican Party, if nominated Clark would have been elected the 28th President of the United States, the first Missourian to hold the Executive Office.
Missouri State Flag
The flag of the State of Missouri was accepted and adopted by the legislature of Missouri during the administration of Governor Elliott Major (1913-1917). This flag was designed by Mrs. Elizabeth Watkins Oliver of Cape Girardeau. It was raised over the State Capitol where it flew for a few hours, was lowered and presented to Governor and Mrs Majors by adjutant General John B. Omeara, a military aide to the Governor.