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Items associated with name 'Perdue Family'

Frank Perdue collection

by Perdue, Mitzi (1967 – 1989)

1 box (0.5 linear feet)

The Frank Perdue collection was created by Mitzi Perdue whereby she interviewed and researched the life of her spouse, Frank Perdue, Perdue Farms, Inc. innovator, visionary, and President for a biography, 1967-1990.

Associated Subjects: Perdue Family
Identifier: 1990.052
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Hearthstones and Heartthrobs play

by Hopkins, Louise BausVenable, Ronie Catherine Walston Baus (1995)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

The Hearthstones and Heartthrobs play contains the script for the play of the same name. The play is about the early Perdue and Walston families, plus Fooks, Lingos, Smiths, Wainwrights" written by Ronie Venable and Louise Baus Hopkins. There is also a short intro for the Perdue family, along with genealogical information for them. The play, overall, tells the stories of the Perdues and Walstons families on the Eastern Shore.

Associated Subjects: Perdue Family • Walston Family • Genealogy
Identifier: 2006.233
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Perdue Family Photography Collection

by Unknown (1940s)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

This collection contains various photographs taken of and by the Perdue family. It also includes various postcards and correspondence. The photos appear to have been taken in the 1940s. Arthur W. Perdue and his family are in the majority of the pictures, although there are some miscellaneous photographs of other families, such as the Truitts.

Associated Subjects: Perdue Family • Photography
Identifier: 2009.222
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Records of Perdue Farms, Inc.

by Perdue Farms, Inc.Perdue, Franklin P. (1790 – 2018)

208 boxes,  4 oversize boxes (99.08 linear feet)

The Records of Perdue Farms, Inc. consist of correspondence, agendas, memoranda, handwritten notes, reports, speeches, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, slides, audio and video documenting the Salisbury, Maryland company Perdue Farms, Inc, which includes both Perdue Foods and Perdue AgriBusiness. The collection also houses records pertaining to the Perdue Family, as well as some of Frank P. Perdue's personal papers, dating from 1790 to 2018 (though primarily from 1970 to 2000).

Associated Subjects: Advertising • Business • Perdue Family • Sports • Personal Correspondence • Poultry • Photography
Identifier: PERDUE01
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Robert E. Perdue Family papers

by Perdue, Robert E. Jr. (2004 – 2011)

1 carton,  1 oversize folder (1 linear feet)

The Robert E. Perdue Family papers document the ancestors of Robert E. Perdue Jr. His branch of the family lived in the lower Delmarva region, with a majority living in Pittsville, Wicomico County, Maryland. As time progressed the Perdue’s married into other families such as the Jones, Williams, Dennis, and Taylors. The Pittsville Perdue’s played an important part in building the St. John Friendship Methodist church. Research materials include land records, genealogy conducted by Robert E Perdue in the pursuit of his family history. Research was conducted from 2004-2011, with the bulk being completed in 2009-2010. Perdue’s research spans from the 17th century to the 20th century.

Associated Subjects: Dennis Family • Genealogy • Jones Family • Perdue Family • Taylor Family • Williams Family
Identifier: 2017.035
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Robert Perdue Oral History CD

by Unknown (2010 – 2011)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

This collection contains research material pertaining to the family history of Robert Perdue, who died in July 2011. The material is stored electronically on a CD-Rom, which consist of digital images of resources used (maps, photographs, scanned print material) and commentary written about the resource as it pertains to the history of the family.

Associated Subjects: Oral History • Perdue Family • Local History
Identifier: 2012.072
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment