Southern Museum of Civil War
And Locomotive History Archives & Library Carolyn Peck Archival Collection (William Allen Fuller/Wilbur G. Kurtz Papers)

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Carolyn Peck Archival Collection (William Allen Fuller/Wilbur G. Kurtz Papers)
MS2002.017 & P2002.017

Provenance:These items were donated by Carolyn Peck in 2002 to the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History.

Single photocopies are available for research purposes only for a nominal fee. A list of applicable fees can be found here.

Sallie Loy processed these papers in 2002. Daniel Pete updated the collection in 2011.

Size: 1 linear foot (1 document case)

Arrangement:

Series 1. Photographs
Series 2. Personal Letters, Correspondence, Documents
Series 3. Newspaper Clippings
Series 4. Bound Manuscripts
Series 5. Map

Description: The Archival Collection has been organized into 5 series. The first series contains photographs of William A. Fuller, his wife, and various other Fuller/Peck family photographs. The second series contains personal letters, correspondence, and photocopy of marriage license of William Hoyt Peck and Nell Louise Fuller (one of the Fuller daughters). The third series contains newspaper clippings concerning the General Locomotive and William Hoyt Peck. The fourth series contains family manuscripts and a speech given by Dr. Claude R. Floury in November 1959 at Florida State University. The fifth series contains a copy of the W&A Railroad Map from Atlanta to Chattanooga showing details of the Great Locomotive Chase.

Descriptions are representative samples in the collection and not detailed entirely as to their contents.

 

 

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