Flora Bullock, 1871-1962 [RG3123.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG3123.AM: Flora Bullock, 1871-1962

Papers: 1913-1962
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.: Teacher, writer, composer
Size: 1.0 cu.ft.; 2 boxes

BACKGROUND NOTE

Miss Flora Bullock was a graduate of the University of Nebraska, class of 1897. She taught for years in the state school of the blind in Nebraska City, and at the University of Nebraska College of Agriculture extension service. A member of the Nebraska Writers’ Guild, she was a 66 year member of the Palladian Society. Miss Bullock was also one of the charter members of the Lincoln Unitarian Church.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This collection consists of two manuscript boxes containing correspondence, 1913-1962, manuscripts, printed matter, an autograph book, an address book, miscellaneous materials and sheet music. The bulk of this collection consists of manuscripts, poems, and sheet music written by Miss Bullock.

Note: See the photo component [RG3123.PH] for related images. See the Nebraska History index for articles by/about Flora and Edna Bullock. See the Library catalog for publications by Flora and Edna Bullock.

INVENTORY

Series 1 – Correspondence, 1913-1962

Box 1
Folder

  1. Correspondence, 1913-1962, n.d.
  2. Manuscripts, n.d.
  3. Manuscripts, n.d.
  4. Printed matter
  5. Autograph book
        Address book
  6. Miscellany

Box 2

Sheet music

Subject headings:

Authors — Nebraska
Bullock, Flora, 1871-1962
Music — Nebraska
Nebraska Writers’ Guild
Palladian Society (University of Nebraska)
Poets — Nebraska
Unitarian Church (Lincoln, Neb.)

WFS/HEK/js 11-20-1965
Revised TMM 07-10-2009
03-04-2010 Revised TMM

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