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Fultz Quadruplets

The Fultz Quadruplets were born on May 23, 1946 in Reidsville, North Carolina. Four identical girls, Mary Anne, Mary Alice, Mary Catherine and Mary Louise

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The Fultz Quads at School, 1953

Full page article about the Fultz Quads in the Baltimore Afro-American, August 24, 1946

The Fultz Quads at a personal Story Hour in Chicago, where they were in the Bud Billiken Parade.

Fultz Quads in the August 25, 1956 edition of the Afro-American. Their picture and a mention of them are in the center of the right page.

The Fultz Quads visit Washington DC, and even ran into President Truman taking his daily walk.

This picture of the Fultz Quads was in a Pet Milk ad. Seen in a 2002 article about the Fultz Quadruplets in the Greensboro News Record

The Fultz Quads: Corporate adoptions, golden futures

Two of the Fultz Quads, with an older sister and brother in the window. Their family was shunned from seeing them after they turned 7. From the Greensboro (NC) News-Record

The Fultz Quads: A birthday party with the governor

The Fultz Quads with their Guardian, Elna Saylor, from the Greensboro (NC) News-Record article on the Fultz Quads

The Fultz Quads: What ever happened to Alice's baby?

The Fultz Quads were very talented musicians. They could sing and play various instruments. They were enrolled at Bethune-Cookman College for two years to study music, but ended up leaving. In a 1968 article in Ebony magazine, the quads were working on an act to perform if they broke into showbusiness or played in a nightclub.

The Fultz Quads were the first set of black quadruplets. Born on May 23, 1946, they lived in North Carolina, and were adopted by the nurse provided by Pet Milk in 1956. They debuted at the Zeta Phi Beta sorority ball, and eventually became models.

Fultz Quadruplets - yahoo Image Search Results

I like the jackets the Fultz Quads are wearing here...

The Fultz quads at 22 in 1968. This picture appeared in an article in Ebony Magazine, which reported on how they were doing. They were each working at factory jobs, and at the time the article was printed, wanted to go into show business as a singing/instrumental sister act.

A picture I found on Yahoo images of Mary Catherine Fultz-Griffin, the last of the Fultz Quads still around.