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Woolford, Cator


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Cator Woolford Papers

Collection number: ahc.MSS210
Scope and Content The Cator Woolford Papers, 1915-1944, document Woolford’s civic and philanthropic interests in the education, health care, and environs of Georgians through a scrapbook and subject files containing articles, correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, and reports related to local and national organizations to which he founded or was a member. The subjects of the employment and vocational training needs of African Americans and women in Atlanta are documented in the Charities and Employment,...
Dates: 1915-1944

Mary Wylie McCarty manuscript

Collection number: ahc.MSS816f
Scope and Content This collection consists of a typed manuscript by Mary Wylie McCarty detailing the founding and early years of the Retail Credit Company, precursor of Equifax, founded by Cator Woolford (1869-1944). It includes a history of Woolford's early life on his family farm, his schooling at Maryland Agricultural College, his enlistment in the U.S. Army in order to become part of the Signal Corps, and other various jobs he held. The collection also contains a partial letter written to a Mr. Malone...
Dates: undated

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African Americans -- Employment -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Business enterprises -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Insurance -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Santo Domingo State Park (Ga.) 1
Warm Springs (Ga.) 1