Fultz Quadruplets

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


Fultz Quadruplets

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An article about the Fultz Quads in the May 24, 1947 issue of Afro Magazine.

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Ad for an autographed 16th birthday picture of the Fultz Quads on the botom right.

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Update on the Fultz Quadruplets in the November 5, 1981 issue of Jet Magazine. The Quads at one year old at the top. THe picture on the bottom left are of the Saylors, the Quads' guardians. The picture on the right are of the quads as they graduated Barbizon modeling school

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The Fultz Quads in a Pet Milk ad

Little Known Black History Fact: The Fultz Quads

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One of the Fultz Quads with Fritz Klenner, the doctor that delivered them. The Quads were named for Ann, the doctor's wife; Louise, his daughter; Alice, his aunt; and Catherine, his great-aunt

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The Fultz Quads form a String Quartet in preparation for the Orange Blossom Festival in Miami, FL. This article was in the November 26, 1959 issue of Jet Magazine.

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The Fultz Quads in Florida during a visit to Daytona Beach in the '60s

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The Fultz Quads at their birthday parade, 1951.

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The Quads were a bit late to their debut, so they had to hurry to get ready. The Quads are in the first three pictures here.

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  • Angela Jones
    Angela Jones

    Is Catherine still alive?

  • Lauren Tolbert
    Lauren Tolbert

    As of 2002, Catherine was still alive. Haven't heard much from her lately

The Fultz Quads make their curtsies to polite society at the Zeta Phi Beta Debutante ball.

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  • Eva Smith
    Eva Smith

    I enjoyed learning this piece of black history! This will be a good story to share with my grandchildren. Thanks

The Quads with their family and on their 10th birthday. Mary Alice gets a hand preparing for her debut at the Zeta Phi Beta ball

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The Quads meet two Presidents: President Truman on his walk, and President Kennedy at the White House.

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The Fultz Quads held factory jobs and a holiday job in a shopping center, The bottom picture shows them talking with their pastor at coffee hour after church service.

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The Fultz Quads at work. Ebony Magazine's article on the Quads, November 1968.

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Fultz Quads in Ebony Magazine, pt 3, November 1968

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Fultz Quadruplets in Ebony Magazine, pt 2, November 1968

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Fultz Quads in Ebony Magazine-pt 1, November 1968

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Playtime is Four times the fun for the Fultz Quads

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The Fultz quads bake a cake with a Pet Milk recipe

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Fultz Quads on various birthdays. This page, and pages like this, were from Mary Catherine Fultz-Griffin's Pet Milk "Memory Book"

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Fultz Quads from oldest to youngest: Ann, Louise, Alice and Catherine

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Fultz Quadruplets, L-R: Ann, Louise, Alice and Catherine

The Fultz Quads: Four sisters, one love

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The Four Mary Fultzes: Louise, Ann, Alice and Catherine.

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The Fultz Quads visit John Johnson and Johnson Publishing in 1956 and 1960. They received copies of Ebony magazine commemorating their first birthday in 1947.

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A Pet Milk ad featuring the Fultz Quads

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