This collection includes some
biographical material including a small amount of correspondence, writings, teaching
materials, clippings and printed appearences. Also included is a selection of gelatin silver
photographs and a color photograph.
Wynn Bullock (April 18, 1902-November 16, 1975) was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in
Pasadena, California. As a boy, his passions were singing and athletics. After high school
graduation he moved to New York to pursue a musical career and was hired as a chorus member
in Irving Berlin's Music Box Review. During the mid-1920's he traveled to
Europe, studying voice and giving concerts in France, Germany, and Italy.
61 Linear Feet
8 boxes, 47 framed items
Copyright for the photographs in this collection is owned by the Bullock-Wilson Photography
Trust (www.wynnbullockphotography.com). Reproduction or distribution of any work protected
by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires permission from the copyright owner.
It is the responsibility of the user to determine whether a use is fair use, and to obtain
any necessary permissions. For more information see UCSC Special Collections and Archives
policy on Reproduction and Use.
Collection open for research.