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Name Fogleman, Mary Wiley
Date of Birth Ca. 1920
Father Frank A. Wiley
Mother Bessie Oldham
Spouse Clayton Fogleman
Children Bob Fogleman
Peggy Fogleman
Relationships Grandmother:
Cora E. Wiley
Brother:
Frank Wiley, Jr.
Aunts:
Lillie Oldham
Vera Wiley
Pearl Wiley
Education High Point High School (graduated 1936).
Number of Archives Records 30
Number of Library Records 0
Number of Objects Records 0
Number of Photos Records 5

Associated Records

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.017 A-B

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.017 A-B

2015.008.017 A: Christmas card, to Mary B. Wiley from "Jakie" [Clayton Fogleman?], postmarked December 21, 1939. Side-fold card on beige paper. Front is features a cut-out in the shape of a candlestick with gold-colored relief illustration of candle flame, holly branches, and evergreen branches; the cut-out is lined with a sheet of gold-colored foil. Another strip is cut out along bottom and lined with gold-colored foil. Flanking illustration is vertical black text "SEASON'S / GREETINGS". Inside, left page is printed with illustration of evergreen needles and pinecones. Right page is printed with black text "KIND REMEMBRANCE / AND BEST WISHES / FOR CHRISTMAS / AND THE COMING YEAR". Hand

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.007

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.007

Birthday card, to unknown recipient from Mary, Jakie [Clayton?], Peggy, and Bobby Fogleman. Side-fold card; front printed with silver chain-link pattern superimposed with illustration of blue bell flowers, green leaves/vine, and small pink flowers. Across upper center of front is message in script "Happy Birthday". Inside, similar floral illustrations are in lower left corner and upper right corner. Text across center reads "Just a note of Remembrance / on your Birthday, / And Good Wishes for a / Year of Happiness!" Handwritten in blue ink below message is "Mary - "Jakie" / Peggy - Bobby". Printed on back of card in small print is "No. 4".

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.024 A-B

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.024 A-B

2015.008.024 A: Christmas card, postcard-style, to Clayton and Mary Fogleman from Charles, Faye, and Jane Wiley, dated 1953. Obverse features black and white photograph of a young girl, approximately 2-4 years old, with curly blonde hair and wearing a short-sleeved dress. To right of photograph is printed black text "Christmas / Greetings" above a small illustration of holly leaves. Written below in blue ink is "Charles, Faye & Jane". Reverse is blank. 2015.008.024 B: Envelope, white paper, postmarked December 17, 1953, High Point, NC. Addressed to "Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Fogleman / 619 Hedrick Street / High Point / N.C." Return address, written on flap, is "509 Carr St. / High Point, N.C."

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.008

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.008

Greeting card, Mother's Day, to unknown recipient from Mary, Clayton, and Bobby Fogleman. Side-fold card; front printed with illustration of bunch of yellow and red flowers and border resembling red lace trim. Clear glitter is glued over the flowers. Rectangular cut-out in upper right corner reveals text from inside "On / Mother's / Day". Inside, left page features floral illustration similar to that on front. Right page printed with "On / Mother's / Day" message visible through cut-out on front; around the message is a light purple rectangle. Text on bottom half of right page reads "With fond thoughts / and a loving wish / that Mother's Day / and every day will bring you / happiness, De

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.009

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.009

Greeting card, Mother's Day, to unknown recipient from Mary, Clayton, Peggy, and Bobby Fogleman. Side-fold card; front printed with relief illustration of white/light pink flowers and buds across left half. In lower right corner is an uncolored relief illustration of a smaller floral arrangement. Upper right area printed with blue text "TO / Mother / on / MOTHER'S DAY". Inside, right page printed with blue text "Happiness on Mother's Day / And joy your whole life though - / That's the loving wish / this brings / Dear Mother, just for you." Handwritten in black ink below message is "Mary - Clayt / Bobby - Peggy". Back of card printed with manufacturer's logo (a young girl wearing a sailor

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.010

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.010

Greeting card, Mother's Day, to unknown recipient from Mary, Jakie [Clayton?], Peggy, and Bobby Fogleman. Side-fold card, tall and narrow; front printed with illustration of three-tiered pedestal holding arrangements of fruit and leaves; some of the fruits are outlined in silver glitter. Across top is printed text "HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY / 'You're the Dearest MOM / of All'". Inside, right page printed with black text "You're the dearest / Mom of all / And so this wish for you / Is not just for / your special day / But each day / all year through! / HAPPINESS ALWAYS". Handwritten in blue ink below message is "Mary, Jakie, Bobby, Peggy". Back of card printed with manufacturer's logo and text "f

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.011

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.011

Greeting card, Mother's Day, to unknown recipient from the Foglemans (Mary, Clayton, Peggy, and Bobby). Side-fold card; front printed with illustration of a very leafy branch of pink roses with a white and airbrushed blue background. A knotted pink ribbon is affixed to the card to left of illustration. Above ribbon is printed black text "To my / MOTHER / on / Mother's Day". Right edge of cover is trimmed along edge of illustration, revealing the airbrushed blue interior of the card. Inside, left page is printed with color illustration of a gate and walkway leading to a small house; flowers line the road and surround the gate. The right page is printed with black text "To the dearest Moth

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.012

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.012

Christmas card, to Bessie Oldham Wiley from Mary, Jakie [Clayton?], Peggy, and Bobby, dated 1955. Tri-fold card; front printed with illustration of a man and woman, wearing winter clothing and carrying wrapped packages, outside a grand home entrance with snow-covered stone fence. Along bottom edge of left flap is printed red text "Christmas Greetings". When left flap is lifted, more of the illustration is revealed, showing the home entrance; on back of flap is illustration of the man and woman walking by a stone fence. Left flap partially covers the right flap. When right flap is lifted, interior of card with message is revealed. Message, in black text, reads "To your door come greetings

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.013

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.013

Christmas card, to unknown recipient from Mary, Jakie [Clayton?], Peggy, and Bobby Fogleman. Side-fold card on vellum-like paper; front printed with illustration of four shepherds and sheep gazing at a golden, many-rayed star in the sky over a distant town. Inside, left page is printed with color illustration of a leafy holly branch bearing red berries and tied with a red bow; below is text "'God hath given to us eternal / life, and this life is in His / Son.' / JOHN 5:11". The right page is printed with black text "With / Best Wishes / for a very merry / Christmas". Handwritten in blue ink below message is "Mary - Jakie / Bobby & Peggy". Back of card printed with very small illustration

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.014 A-B

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.014 A-B

2015.008.014 A: Birthday card, to Bessie Oldham Wiley from Mary and Clayton Fogleman. Side-fold card with die-cut edges; front printed with illustration of a short, round vase holding a large arrangement of red, blue, purple, and large pink flowers; background is airbrushed light pink. Above illustration is printed black text "WITH LOVE - - on Mother's Birthday". Inside, left page is printed with color illustration of a patio table and chairs with red and white umbrella. The right page is printed with black text "Many returns / of this day so dear / Many good wishes / for Birthday cheer, / May it find you / remembering Mother, too, / the Love that lies back / of each wish for you." Handwr

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.016 A-B

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.016 A-B

2015.008.016 A: Christmas card, to Mary B. Wiley from Clayton Fogleman, December 21, 1938. Top-fold card on beige paper. Front is printed with stylized design of gold candles and holly branches, all arranged around a large circular cut-out. The cut-out is lined with a sheet of transparent plastic through which an illustration on the inside of the card is visible; the illustration depicts a snow-covered house surrounded by large evergreen trees. To right of cut-out is printed gold text "Christmas / greetings". Right edge of front is printed with gold border. Inside, top half is printed with another illustration of gold candles and holly branches. The lower half is printed with the illust

Image of Card, Greeting - 2015.008.023 A-B

Card, Greeting - 2015.008.023 A-B

2015.008.023 A: Christmas card, to Bessie G. Wiley and family from the Foglemans, dated 1949. Side-fold card. Front features color illustration of a man and woman in old-fashioned/"Victorian" dress caroling under a snow-covered street lamp. Around the edges is a border of holly leaves and berries. Below the singing couple is printed blue text "At Christmastime". Inside, left page is printed with illustration of the faces of the same man and woman; the man's red and white striped scarf appears to be blowing in the wind behind/above them. Right page is printed with blue text "It's time for Christmas cards / And time for wishing you / A Very Merry Christmas / and a / Happy New Year, too!"

Image of Letter - 2015.008.030

Letter - 2015.008.030

Letter, to Clayton Mary, Bobby, and Peggy Fogleman from Vera Wiley, undated. Handwritten, pencil on unlined off-white paper. Three pages. Transcription [sic]: Mon. nite / Hi Folks: / got your card today. glad you / all have taken a notion to come. Seems so / long since we have seen you all. / Mama has been sick since Christ- / mas, in bed most of the time, she says / not, but she is. I could see the spell / coming before Christmas, but she did not give / up till after Christmas. It just takes her / so long to get over a spell, I hate so / bad for her to have one. She is a lot / worse off than if she had the flue, or / cold, as you could do something for that. / She is just so down

Image of Letter - 2015.008.031

Letter - 2015.008.031

Letter, to Mary Wiley Fogleman from Vera Wiley, February 25, 1945. Handwritten, black ink on unlined yellow paper. One page, front and back. Transcription [sic]: Sun. nite / Feb. 25th 1945 / Dear Mary: Well it looks like it is / getting to be a habit, writting, bt as I / don't know about the yarn yet, just thought / I would send you a picture of the bag / to see if you like it, I guess the / pattern will be here some time. I don't / know what size it will be, but if it / is not big enough, thought maybe I / could enlarge on it. Show bessie & Lillie / the picture, & see if they like it. I / have got their hats started, but had to / shop & make 3 Or. baby bootees. / Pearl & Billy ha

Image of Postcard - 2015.008.032

Postcard - 2015.008.032

Postcard, addressed to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fogleman, 619 S. Frederick Street, High Point, NC, from Cora E. Jones Wiley, 616 S. Race St., Statesville, NC, postmarked June 17, 1953, Statesville, NC. Card is of yellow cardstock and has no image on obverse. Transcription of message handwritten on reverse [sic]: Wednesday morning / Dear Mary and / family first a line / to let you know how / we are. Billy taken / Pearl back to Chapel / Hill yesterday the / doctor said she was / doing all right but / Billy was sick as a / dog and vomiting we / called the doctors / about mid night an / he said he was poison / from food they went / out for supper sunday / night, the doctor said / it would take tw

Image of Postcard - 2015.008.033

Postcard - 2015.008.033

Postcard, addressed to Mrs. C. A. [Mary Wiley] Fogleman, 619 S. Hedrick Street, High Point, NC, from Vera Wiley, 616 S. Race St., Statesville, NC, postmarked June 17, 1953, Statesville, NC. Card is of yellow cardstock and has no image on obverse. Transcription of message handwritten on reverse [sic]: Dear Mary and all. Have been / looking to hear from you / every day, but have / not got it yet. Guess / you are working too / hard to write. I do / just what I have to. / Mama is planning / to visit with you all / pretty soon. She can't / hardly wait to come, / but she is working / outside too much, & I / will be glad for her / to have to stop. Pearl / is still fair, but the / hot days

Image of Letter - 2015.008.036 A-B

Letter - 2015.008.036 A-B

2015.008.036 A: Letter, to Bessie Oldham Wiley from Cora E. Jones Wiley, dated April 24, 1949. Handwritten, blue ink on yellow paper. One page, front and back. 2015.008.036 B: Envelope, yellow paper, postmarked April 25, 1949, Statesville, NC. Addressed to "Mrs. F. A. Wiley / 1016 Albert Street / High Point / N.C." Return address reads "Mrs. Cora E. Wiley / 616 S. Race St. / Statesville, N.C." Transcription [sic]: Statesville, N.C. / April 24 - 1949 / Dear Bessie and Children. / Your card received a few days / ago, and was glad to hear from / you. hope all are well. This leaves / us about as usual. It is right cold / to night we have a fire in the / heater. we had a good rain

Image of Invitation - 2015.008.068

Invitation - 2015.008.068

Invitation, commencement exercises, High Point High School, May 22, 1936. Cover is cream-colored leather or leatherette, folded into card, with leather binding. Front cover features black and white line drawing of the HPHS building. Textured vellum endpapers. Two pages of white cardstock. First page printed with black text "The Faculty and Senior Class of / High Point High School / request the honor of your presence / at their / Commencement Exercises / the twenty-second day of May, eight P.M. / Nineteen Hundred Thirty Six / High Point Auditorium".

Image of Invoice - 2016.046.001

Invoice - 2016.046.001

Invoice, for $38.00, issued to Mrs. C. A. Fogleman by Guilford General Hospital, September 6, 1942. The invoice is for a seven-day stay at the hospital and use of the delivery room. Printed in red ink along bottom edge is text, "Bills Payable Weekly, and Accounts Must Be Settled In Full / BEFORE Patient Is Discharged".

Image of Print, Photographic - 2015.008.066

Print, Photographic - 2015.008.066

Photograph, black and white, Boy Scout troop at First Methodist Church, January 1952. Seventeen young boys standing in three rows on the stone steps of the church. The boys are all dressed in BSA uniforms of pants, long-sleeved shirts/jackets, neckerchiefs, and caps. Their shirts are adorned with patches and badges. Behind the boys are two men and three women, likely the troop leaders and/or parents of some of the children. Handwritten in ink on reverse are names of some of the subjects: Transcription of information written on reverse: Very Top Row: L to R: Bill Wall, Julia Sherrill, (me) [inserted: Mary Fogleman], Ann Bulla 1. Ellis Rouse, Bob Fogleman, Ashley Morris, Billy Koontz,