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Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934

Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934

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Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934 UALR.MS.0109

UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
401 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR, 72201
archives@ualr.edu



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Creation: This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2014-03-10T11:56-0500

Repository: UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Title: Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934
Dates: 1929-1934
Quantity: 0.25 Linear feet.5 document boxes
Identification: UALR.MS.0109
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Arrangement

Chronologically.

Scope and Contents Note

This collection contains the correspondence of Catherine Wulbern, who was vactioning in Evergreen, Alabama, (1929-1934), containing items from individuals in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and other locales. Correspondence consists of letters written to Wulbern, including discussion of such topics such as daily life, condolences on the death of Catherine Wulbern's father, a description of Haiti from a United States Marine stationed in Port-au-Prince (1934), and Christmas cards (1934).


Biographical Note

Catherine Jane Wulbern was born in 1916 in Georgia, the daughter of John Herman (d. 1933), a native of South Carolina, and Lillian Jean Bellingrath Wulbern (1892-1968), a native of Alabama. With her family, Catherine moved to Arkansas, eventually settling in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where her relatives ran a successful Coca-Cola bottling plant. She attended college, and on 1940 April 27, she married Ed Dupree, with whom she had two children. She died in 1978 in Alexandria, Virginia.

Catherine's mother, Lillian, was the daughter of Leonard Ferdinand Bellingrath, the son of a German immigrant father. Leonard moved to Pine Bluff in 1916 to run a Coca-Cola bottling plant for his brothers, though he eventually became sole operator of the business. After the death of his father in 1933, Ferdinand Bellingrath took over the bottling business. Ferdinand and his wife, Catherine Oudin, commissioned the construction of the Bellingrath House in the White Hall community of Pine Bluff. After the shooting death of Ferdinand in 1941, Catherine Oudin took over the family business. The house was placed on the National Register of Historic Properties in 1994.


Alabama--Description and travel--20th century
Haiti--Description and travel--20th century
Leslie, James W., donor
Pine Bluff (Ark.)--History--20th century
Women--Arkansas--History--20th century
Wulbern family
Wulbern, Catherine, 1916-1978
Wulbern, John Herman, d. 1933

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is available for viewing at the Arkansas Studies Institute.

Conditions Governing Use

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17-U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this material is liable for any infringement.

Copyright for correspondence in the collections belongs to those correspondents or their beneficiaries. Persons wanting to re-use those materials are advised to obtain permission from copyright holders.


Administrative Information

Citation Notes

Bibliographic citation:

Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934, UALR.MS.0109. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock.

Footnote or Endnote info:

Description of item, folder number, box number, Catherine Wulbern Collection, 1929-1934, UALR.MS.0109.


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