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Call No.: MC 320
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Creator: Helen Duprey Bullock, 1904-1995
Title: Papers of Helen Duprey Bullock, 1953-1975
Quantity: .63 linear feet (1 + 1/2 file boxes)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Correspondence, recipes, menus, etc., of Helen Claire Duprey Bullock, author and historian.
Helen Duprey Bullock, author and historian, has been a senior editor and historian for the National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1950. She is the author of Williamsburg Art of Cookery (1938) and My Head and My Heart: A Little History of Thomas Jefferson and Maria Cosway (1942).At the University of California, Berkeley, Helen Duprey majored in social and cultural history and was a part time journalist. Her engagement to a student of architecture, Orin Bullock, led her to take courses in the history of architecture. In 1925, after their graduations, the Bullocks moved to Boston, where she continued to work as a free-lance journalist.Moving with her husband to Williamsburg, Virginia, Bullock joined the Research Department of Colonial Williamsburg in 1929. Her interest in American history, her hobby of cooking, and her journalistic training led to her career as author and lecturer in the field of early American cookery. After her divorce in 1939, Bullock worked at the University of Virginia Library (1939-1941) and at the Library of Congress (1941-1950) before joining the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
This collection is composed primarily of correspondence, collections of recipes and menus, and research notes. A volume of Helen Duprey Bullock's reminiscences of the early days of the Colonial Williamsburg restoration is included.
- Box 1: 1-13
- Box 2: 14-24