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Items with subject 'Twilley Family'

Clyde Twilley papers

by Twilley, Clyde (1940 – 1960)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

Ephemera of Clyde Twilley including a business card from Tull and Jones, a Salisbury, Maryland automotive repair shop; a basket sign for Evergreen Brand Broccoli grown by Mr. Twilley, a 78 RPM demo from Watson's Smoke House, and a copy of Friends magazine, May 1940.

Associated Subjects: Twilley Family
Identifier: 2014.146
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Milford W. Twilley Papers

by Twilley, BuelaTwilley, Milford W. (1922 – 1993)

3 boxes,  1 oversize box (3 linear feet)

The Milford W. Twilley Papers contain materials that range from 1922 to 1993. Twilley was extremely involved in not only the development of a number of housing complexes around the Salisbury area, but he was also involved in the community. This collection contains newspaper articles and advertisements, personal and business correspondence, photographs, housing sketches, and various pamphlets that all document his life in Salisbury.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers • Twilley Family
Identifier: 1994.026
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Otis Twilley papers

by Wootten, Orlando (1972 – 2015)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

Otis S. Twilley papers documents the economic activities of Otis Twilley as a seed business man in Salisbury, Maryland. Documenting materials include a photocopied newspaper clipping on Twilley as well as a hand-written letter by his daughter regarding additional artifacts related to her father.

Associated Subjects: Twilley Family • Personal Correspondence
Identifier: 2015.055
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Wade Thompson Porter papers

by Porter, Wade Thompson (1880, 1969)

1 carton,  1 oversize folder (3 linear feet)

The papers of Wade Thompson Porter document his life and experiences, beginning with his childhood on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in the late 1800s until his eventual retirement in the 1940s. In addition to newspaper clippings and photographs, the collection includes several decades worth of personal correspondence which address contemporary social and political issues and recount Porter’s childhood memories of late-19th century rural America. Also, there are personal documents related to Porter’s service in the Spanish-American War, as well as his Masonic membership. A considerable amount of material focuses on genealogical research of the Porter family and their descendants, including comprehensive Porter and Twilley family trees dating back to the mid-1700s.

Identifier: 2013.034
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment