Ancestral histories of Scott Bullitt and Dorothy Stimson

by Stimson Bullitt

Publisher: Willows Press in Seattle

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Bullitt family.,
  • Stimson family.,
  • Bullitt, A. Scott 1878?-1932 -- Family.,
  • Bullitt, Dorothy Stimson, 1892-1989 -- Family.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 382-383) and index.

StatementStimson Bullitt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.B9357 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 384 p. :
Number of Pages384
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1123025M
ISBN 100963163043
LC Control Number94060563
OCLC/WorldCa32208565

‘Bullitts Of Seattle’ Author To Read At Auntie’s. Sun., Feb. 2, Stimson Bullitt was born to it. The only son of Dorothy and Scott Bullitt, Bullitt spent his life doing both what was. Frequently requested historical material about the museum is kept in the Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Library and is available to researchers. Materials in this collection consist of annual reports, program guides, bulletins and newsletters, clippings, and exhibition catalogues. Materials must be consulted in the Bullitt Library reading room. Mrs. Collins was the second of three children born to A. Scott Bullitt and Dorothy Stimson, who were married in He was a distinguished lawyer; she was the daughter of timber mogul D.C. Stimson, who owned Seattle's largest sawmill. Children of God: A Novel by Lars Petter Sveen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mercer Street Books - AbeBooks Passion for books.

not long after this was taken, scott bullitt died. cutline: johnny closs: the sisters tell a story about dorothy bullitt's rescue in of the stimson tug (above), which once belonged to her father c.d. stimson. she had it towed to stimson marina in its derelict state and as it floated across the lake, it sank deeper and deeper into the water. Books, rare books, Military, Genealogy, Religion, used books,postcards Americana, World War II, Civil War, Literature, countries, states, family history, Signed. 1 work Search for books with subject A. Scott Bullitt (?). Search. Read. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. , Dorothy Stimson Bullitt (), Stimson family. Times. None found. As a symbol of Seattle's history and the people who shaped it, the Stimson -Green mansion- Dorothy Stimson Bullitt's childhood home on First Hill -was the appropriate site to announce the sale of the com- pany she had built. OH THE HIR in the old- growth timber economy of Western Washington, a rowdy seaport with a booming red -light district, the supply center.

Dorothy Stimson Bullitt became an unexpected business mogul – showing innate savvy and investing in unproven mediums – during a time when women were not welcome in the business world. Dorothy was born in Seattle, Washington in About this Item: Heritage Books, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Volume One comprises two softcover books, each clean, tight and unmarked. Pale scattered foxing to page edges. Crease to back cover of one volume. xliii, pp. Size: 8vo - 8" - 9" Tall. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Dorothy and her husband, Alexander Scott Bullitt (), received the Stimson Realty Company, which included the 4th Avenue property. At the beginning of , the three-story Antler Hotel, valued at $70,, occupied a portion of the 4th Avenue property. Dorothy Stimson Bullitt was a broadcasting pioneer and Seattle, Washington, civic leader, Her parents were Charles Douglas “C.D.” Stimson () – a leading figure in local lumber and real estate industries – and Harriet Overton Stimson () – an ex-music teacher and patron of the arts. Mrs. Bullitt grew up on First Hill in Seattle.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Dorothy Bullitt's recovery from stunned widow with three small children to building the King Broadcasting Co.

has been the subject of books. Scott's son, Stimson Bullitt, also dallied in politics and became an early opponent of the Vietnam War at a time when it was dangerous to voice such opinions.

The Bullitt Foundation was founded in by Dorothy Bullitt, a prominent Seattle businesswoman and philanthropist. Dorothy’s family set an example of civic and cultural leadership by helping to found many of the city’s most significant institutions, including Children’s Hospital, the Seattle Symphony, and Cornish School of the Arts.

Stimson Bullitt climbed mountains and rock faces, helped transform Seattle’s rundown 1st Avenue, served a decade as King Broadcasting Co. president, was a skilled appellate lawyer, championed civil liberties and environmental causes, was awarded a Purple Heart in the World War II Leyte landing, and earned a place on Richard Nixon’s enemies list.

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Dorothy Stimson Bullitt purchased a small Seattle radio station with almost no listeners in She expanded it into one of the finest broadcasting empires in the nation.

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(Dorothy Frances Stimson ; b. Seattle, Feb. 5, ; d. Dorothy Priscilla Collins was born in Seattle on Septemthe second of three children of A. Scott Bullitt () and Dorothy Stimson (). Her parents called her “Peach”; she was “Patsy” to almost everyone else. Her father was a Kentucky-born lawyer with a passion for politics.

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Scott Bullitt. After her husband's death, Dorothy Bullitt managed Stimson family real estate interests and in acquired a Seattle radio station, which she expanded into a regional radio and.

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Dorothy Stimson Dorothy Stimson in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Dorothy Stimson was born on October 10in St. Louis. Dorothy lived Before September 19in Owls Head.

The Stimson-Bullitt family has a distinguished history of community service and philanthropy in Seattle. Family members include the founder of KING Broadcasting Dorothy Stimson Bullitt (), married to A. Scott Bullitt (). Stimson Bullitt, Stim Bullitt, long a friend and an inspiration, died Sunday night, drawn up in a chair and looking out at Puget Sound and the mountains beyond.

Stimson BULLITT ~ Charles Stimson "Stim" Bullitt died Sunday, Ap at His life and impressive accomplishments are embodied in the Latin motto: "Virtus et Veritas"-.

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BULLITT Ancestral Histories of Scott Bullitt, Dorothy Stimson BIO-B17 ASK BULLOCK Home Farm, Lapeer County MI MI FR BUNKER Bunker Family BIO-B31 ASK BUNYARD Harriet Bunyard (in Covered Wagon Women, Vol 9) PIOi BR1 BURNHAM Desc-Jas Cole of Plymouth (inc Burnham, Winship, Huntington) BIO-C01 ASK BURNHAM.

“I felt sick about it,” she said, and she decided to find out more. Bullitt’s family owned a Kentucky plantation called Oxmoor, worked by more than slaves just before the Civil : Jerry Large.

Bullitt had managed to stay single up to the age of 40, being married only to his career. But during a trip to Seattle while visiting his brother in he met Dorothy Stimson. Dorothy's father, C.D. Stimson, was one of Puget Sound's wealthiest and most influential lumbermen. They married after a whirlwind romance and moved to en: Dorothy Priscilla "Patsy" Collins, Charles Stimson Bullitt.

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He served as President of the Bullitt Company,and of the family's business, KING Broadcasting Co., in He was president of.Dorothy Stimson Bullitt papers, Overview of the Collection Creator Bullitt, Dorothy Stimson, Title Dorothy Stimson Bullitt papers Dates (inclusive) Quantity cubic feet ( boxes and 1 oversize folder) Collection Number Summary Papers of a Seattle broadcasting executive and civic leader.She chaired King Broadcasting, founded in by her mother, Dorothy Stimson Bullitt, from until the family sold the company in The end of the King empire signaled a windfall for the region, as the sale poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the Bullitt Foundation, a philanthropic organization committed to the protection and.