1- Newspaper Article. Gives brief history and whether the company’s success will continue. Source: The Globe and Mail (November 9, 1999, written by Rodney Ho).
2- Business Card. The name on the card is J. Pat Fuller of Brevard Community College. There is brief location and contact info.
3- Newspaper Article. Regards transfer of ownership of the Pelton-Fuller house to the Yarmouth County Historical Society. Source: The Vanguard (May 24, 1996).
4- Newspaper Article. Regards Alfred Fuller’s career (including before the Fuller Brush Company began). There are 3 copies of this article. Source: The Daily News (September 18, 2000)
5- Article. Regards the 44th Newport/Bermuda classic (a yacht race) put on by The Cruising Club of America and The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club. Howard Fuller is mentioned. Source: Unknown.
6- Notice of Race. Includes article regarding the 44th Newport/Bermuda Classic (a yacht race) put on by The Cruising Club of America and The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club. Mentions Howard Fuller. Source: Unknown
7- Photo. On the back it reads “Thomas Coulter (second from right).” 12 people are sitting in front of a store. Coulter worked as a Fuller Brush Man.
8- Photo. Thomas Coulter is leaning against a cart full of Fuller products. There is brief biographical information included with the photo.
9- Photos. The 5 photographs show Gerald Morrison Spinney, who worked for the Fuller Brush Company, as well as other unnamed salesmen/workers. Included is brief biographical information about Spinney and his wife (Mildred Spinney).
10- Advertisement. The ad is looking to hire salespeople. Source: The Chronicle-Herald (November 10, 1984).
11- Memorial Service Announcement (and details) for Primrose Pelton Fuller. Source: The Vanguard (December 9, 1997).
12- Handwritten Notes. One note is for the engagement of Cathy Marie Hersey and Dean Carlyle Fuller and the other note is about Albert S. Fuller’s 90th birthday.
13- Handwritten Note. Contains brief biographical information as well as information regarding Alfred Fuller’s first marriage to Evelyn Elles.
14- Magazine Article. A detailed version of the Fuller Brush Company story. Contains detailed biographical information about Alfred Fuller, etc. Source: American Heritage Magazine (August/September, 1986, written by Gerald Carson).
15- Email. Contains a transcription of an interview with Alfred Fuller.
16- Email. Contains brief biographical information (including Alfred Fuller’s connection to the New England Planters and a memorial).
17- Magazine Article. A detailed version of the Fuller Brush Company story. Contains detailed biographical information about Alfred Fuller, etc. Source: American Heritage Magazine (August/September, 1986, written by Gerald Carson).
18- Pledge. The Pledge of the Fuller Brush Man, a pledge made/signed by the salespeople hired by the company.
19- Article. Regards a “memory book” that includes comics about the Fuller Brush Company. It also discusses Fuller Brush sales tactics. Source: Reminisce (January/February 1996)
20- Article. Regards Alfred Fuller receiving an honorary degree of Master of Arts from Trinity College.
21- Correspondence regarding the Newport Bermuda Race “Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse” Trophy. Mentions Howard Fuller.
22- Photo. Shows A. H. Fuller with the crew of the Gesture before the Newport Race.
23- Article. Regards the Pelton-Fuller house being turned over to the Yarmouth County Historical Society. Source: The Vanguard (May 24, 1996).
24- Article. Regards Primrose Fuller reuniting with childhood friend Madelon Ferguson. Source: Tulsa World (n.d.).
25- Article. Regards Fuller Brush sale tactics and Alfred Fuller’s life. Discusses the profits and history of the company. Source: Unknown (but article is written by Gerald Carson).
26- Certificate of Confirmation. The name of the certificate is Mary Primrose Pelton. It is dated for December 11, 1921.
27- Certificate of Baptism. The name of the certificate is Mary Primrose Pelton. It is dated for June 1, 1988.
28- Memorial booklet. Made for Mary Primrose Fuller (June 30, 1903 – October 24, 1997).
29- Obituary. 3 articles. For Mrs. S. H. Pelton. Source: Unknown.
30- Ancestor Document. Lists the ancestors of Mary Primrose Pelton. Source: Unknown.
31- Article. Brief biographical information about Alfred Charles Fuller. Source: Unknown.
32- Death Announcement for Primrose Fuller. Source: The Vanguard (October 28, 1997).
33- Death Announcement for Mary Primrose. Source: The Chronicle-Herald (October 27, 1997)
34- Memorial service Announcement for Primrose Pelton Fuller. Source: The Vanguard (December 9, 1997)
35- Article. Regards the death of Mary Primrose Fuller and her contributions to the community. Source: The Hartford Courant (October 26, 1997).
36- Death Notice for Avard E. Fuller. Contains brief biographical information. Source: Unknown.
37- Document. Discusses the lives of Eliza Bown, Frederick Bown, and Laura Bown.
38- Death announcement for Sandford H. Pelton. Source: Unknown.
39- Newspaper article. Regards Hartt School receiving substantial money from Mary Primrose Fuller. Source: The Hartford Courant (December 23, 1997).
40- Newspaper Article. Regards Nova Scotian inventors such as Alfred Fuller, Abraham Gesner, Simon Newcomb, Oswald Theodore Avery, Joshua Slocum, and many more. Source: The Chronicle-Herald (December 31, 1999).
41- Newspaper Article. Regards a yacht voyage taken by A. Howard Fuller. Source: Unknown.
42- Article. Regard the rise and success of the Fuller Brush Company. Source: The Wall St. Journal (November 3, 1999).
43- Articles. A small collection of articles about Alfred Fuller. Source: The Sunday Herald (February 28, 1999).
44- Document. A copy of a performance of “Elijah,” dedicated to Alfred Fuller.
45- Article. Regards the history of the Fuller Brush Company. Source: Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (n.d.)
46- Photo. Shows a Fuller Brush Company cart. Source: Unknown.
47- Photo. Shows the Fuller Brush Company’s HQ in Hartford. Source: Unknown.
48- Photo. Shows an employee at the Fuller Brush Company making mops. Source: Unknown.
49- Article. Discusses highlights from 75 years at the Hartt School. Mentions the contributions of Alfred Fuller. Source: University of Hartford Observer (March 1, 1996).
50- Article. Discusses salesmen and mentions Alfred Fuller. Source: Lifestyle Sun-Sentinel (August 9, 1995).
51- Article. Compares Alfred Fuller’s management style to modern management styles. Source: Hartford Courant (8/27/96, written by Alan F. Abramoske).
52- Article. Regards the history of the Fuller Brush Company. Source: The Hartford Courant (August 6, 1996).
53- Article. Discusses the “life of a Fuller Brush man,” focusing on Paul Harrison Williams. Source: Knight-Rider Tribune (n.d.).
54- Article. Detailed story of Alfred Fuller’s life. Source: The New Yorker (November 13, 1948).
55- Article. Discusses the piano owned by Primrose Fuller. Source: Unknown.
56- Article. Discusses the Fuller Brush Company. Source: Unknown.
57- Article. Discusses the Pelton-Fuller house. Source: Yarmouth County Museum Document.
58- Document. Titled “One Thousand Years, A Family History.” Written by Cathy Bennet. Mentions S. H. Pelton.
59- Kinship List. Traces relatives of Mary Primrose Pelton. Source: Unknown.
60- The Fullers home in Connecticut. (1999.134-3.6), Primrose and her mother Susan *2012.10-1-2.31), Primrose’s aunt, Rose Bown (2012-10-1-2.70), Alfred’s childhood home, Alfred’s parents, Alfred’s son - Avard Fuller, Alfred’s son Howard Fuller, Primrose’s father and brother Charles Darby, Alfred and Primrose, five photos of Primrose from a child to a senior, wedding photo of Alfred and Primrose, and the exterior of the Fuller’s summer home – the Pelton-Fuller House.