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.
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