Series 3
Boxes 19 - 20

Scope and Content Note

Included here are short stories, non-fiction articles, poems, and speeches written by Helen Bullard and others. In the 1930s and 1940s, while she was at the University of Georgia and the years following, Bullard wrote many somewhat sentimental poems and short fictional stories. These writings constitute some of the oldest items of the collection. Articles written later in her life appear to be non-fiction descriptions of people and events. Bullard's articles appeared in the Saturday Review of Literature, American Home, Midwest Review, Family Circle, and the magazine section of the Atlanta Journal.

Writings by others include poems, speeches and short stories and appear to have been mostly unpublished. Arrangement begins with Bullard's short stories filed in alphabetical order by title, poems, unidentified manuscript pages, and published works followed by the writings of others.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by document type; short stories in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
19 1-18 Short stories (filed in alphabetical order by title, untitled stories at end)
19 19-20 Poems
20 1-3 Loose manuscript pages, notes
20 4 Published Works, Poems (4)
20 5 Published Works, Articles, "So You Want to Paint," "A Tribute to a Lady"
20 6 Published Works, Articles
20 7-13 Unpublished Speeches and Short Stories by Others (1967-1978, undated)
20 14-15 Unpublished Poems by Others