Series 1
General correspondence, 1934-1979
Boxes 1 - 2

Scope and Content Note

Arranged in chronological order, this series contains correspondence about personal, political, and business concerns. Letters between Bullard, business associates and friends again date from the latter two decades of her life, with the exception of two letters of the 1930s. Personal matters (such as health, happiness, and current activities), political developments, and the affairs of her public relations firm are major topics. The death of her mother and brother, in 1967 and 1970, race relations in Atlanta in the sixties, and the 1976 election of a Georgian to the White House are other subjects of discussion. Many of the letters were written between friends, some are long, reflective discourses on life and its challenges. There are also occasional letters from admirers who valued Bullard's political expertise. Correspondents include local, state, and national politicians, local authors, and Atlanta leaders. They include Wyche Fowler, Jack Watson, Jr., Nedra Tyre, James A. Mackay, Eliza Paschall, Paul Darcy Boles, Eugene Patterson, and Herman Talmadge. For more information, see the personal name index which follows this inventory.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Scope and Content Note Arranged in chronological order, this series contains correspondence about personal, political, and business concerns. Letters between Bullard, business associates and friends again date from the latter two decades of her life, with the exception of two letters of the 1930s. Personal matters (such as health, happiness, and current activities), political developments, and the affairs of her public relations firm are major topics. The death of her mother and brother, in 1967 and 1970, race relations in Atlanta in the sixties, and the 1976 election of a Georgian to the White House are other subjects of discussion. Many of the letters were written between friends, some are long, reflective discourses on life and its challenges. There are also occasional letters from admirers who valued Bullard's political expertise. Correspondents include local, state, and national politicians, local authors, and Atlanta leaders. They include Wyche Fowler, Jack Watson, Jr., Nedra Tyre, James A. Mackay, Eliza Paschall, Paul Darcy Boles, Eugene Patterson, and Herman Talmadge. For more information, see the personal name index which follows this inventory.
Box Folder Content
1 1 1934-1938, 1959-1963
1 2 1964
1 3 1965-1966
1 4 1967 January-August
1 5 1967 September-December
1 6 1968-April 1969
1 7 1960 May-December and undated 1960s
1 8 1970 January-November10
1 9 1970 November 11-20
1 10 1970 November 22-30 and undated November
1 11 1970 December
1 12 1971 January-July
1 13 1971 August-December
1 14 1972
1 15 1973 January-August
1 16 1973 September-November
1 17 1973 December
1 18 1974 January 3-14
1 19 1974 January 15- February
1 20 1974 March-April
1 21 1974 May
1 22 1974 June
1 23 1974 July-August
1 24 1974 September-November 10
1 25 1974 November 11 -December
1 26 1975 January
1 27 1975 February 1-17
1 28 1975 February 18-March
2 1 1975 April-May 13
2 2 1975 May 15-June
2 3 1975 July 1-20
2 4 1975 July 21-31
2 5 1975 August 1-15
2 6 1975 August 20-31
2 7 1975 September 1-18
2 8 1975 September 22-October 9
2 9 1975 October 10-November 18
2 10 1975 November 19-December 11
2 11 1975 December 17-31
2 12 1976 January-February 11
2 13 1976 February 12-April
2 14 1976 May-August 10
2 15 1976 August 13-September 16
2 16 1976 September 19-December
2 17 1977 January-April
2 18 1977 May-June
2 19 1977 July
2 20 1977 August-September
2 21 1977 October-December
2 22 1978 January-August
2 23 1978 September-December
2 24 1979
2 25 1970s, undated
2 26 1970s, undated
2 27 undated
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